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Volkswagen Golf Service & Repair Manual: Undercoated areas

  Note
Undercoating (stone-chipping protection) applied during repair work must be identical in appearance and thickness to the original undercoating.
Water drainage holes must remain clear.
All threaded studs and welded nuts with metric threads as well as all other studs and contact surfaces for assembly must be functional following the application of the undercoating.
Undercoating, detail view, front body

Undercoated areas

a -  Undercoating
Coat thickness: 0.3 mm

 
     
  Note
Undercoating (stone-chipping protection) applied during repair work must be identical in appearance and thickness to the original undercoating.
Water drainage holes must remain clear.
All threaded studs and welded nuts with metric threads as well as all other studs and contact surfaces for assembly must be functional following the application of the undercoating.
Undercoating, detail view, rear body

Undercoated areas

a -  Undercoating
Coat thickness: 0.3 mm
b -  Undercoating
Coat thickness: 0.5 mm

 
  Note
Undercoating (stone-chipping protection) applied during repair work must be identical in appearance and thickness to the original undercoating.
Water drainage holes must remain clear.
All threaded studs and welded nuts with metric threads as well as all other studs and contact surfaces for assembly must be functional following the application of the undercoating.
Undercoating, side member, with sectional view

Undercoated areas

1 -  Inner part of side member
2 -  Floor section
3 -  Side panel, exterior
b -  Undercoating
Coat thickness: 0.5 mm
Height -x- = 35 mm corresponds to thickness of 0,5 mm.
Height -y- = 10 mm decreasing thickness down to approx. 0.3 mm.
c -  Undercoating
Coat thickness: 1.2 mm

 
     
  Note
Undercoating (stone-chipping protection) applied during repair work must be identical in appearance and thickness to the original undercoating.
Water drainage holes must remain clear.
All threaded studs and welded nuts with metric threads as well as all other studs and contact surfaces for assembly must be functional following the application of the undercoating.
Undercoating, rear body, front-wheel drive

Undercoated areas

1 -  Longitudinal member/rear wheel housing, vehicles with torsion beam rear suspension
2 -  Longitudinal member/rear wheel housing, vehicles with multi-link suspension
a -  Undercoating
Coat thickness: 0.3 mm
b -  Undercoating
Coat thickness: 0.5 mm

 
     
  Note
Undercoating (stone-chipping protection) applied during repair work must be identical in appearance and thickness to the original undercoating.
Water drainage holes must remain clear.
All threaded studs and welded nuts with metric threads as well as all other studs and contact surfaces for assembly must be functional following the application of the undercoating.
Undercoating, rear underbody, 4-Motion vehicles
In the magnifying glass view the left longitudinal member/rear wheel housing is shown. The right side is the mirror image.

Undercoated areas

a -  Undercoating
Coat thickness: 0.3 mm
b -  Undercoating
Coat thickness: 0.5 mm
Undercoated areas, body overview indicating differing coat thicknesses
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Undercoating, additional protected areas on CNG-powered vehicles
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