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Volkswagen Golf Service & Repair Manual: Removing and installing temperature sensor -G18- and overheating sensor -G189

Volkswagen Golf Service & Repair Manual / Auxiliary heater / Aux. heater/heater booster / Auxiliary heater / Removing and installing temperature sensor -G18- and overheating sensor -G189

Removing
   
–  Dismantling and assembling auxiliary heater → Chapter.
–  Remove bolt -1- (4 Nm) and remove retaining spring -2-.
–  Pull out temperature sensor -G18--3-and overheating sensor -G189--4- using long nose pliers.
Installing
Install in reverse order.
–  Renew seals.
–  Check sealing surfaces and clean if necessary.
–  Before inserting sensors, coat seals with coolant.
 

Removing and installing temperature sensor -G18- and overheating sensor -G189

–  When assembling, ensure that retaining spring is in proper position -2-.
  Note
Sensors cannot be renewed separately.
Specified torque
→ Chapter „Assembly overview - auxiliary heater attachments“
 

Removing and installing temperature sensor -G18- and overheating sensor -G189

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