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Volkswagen Golf Service & Repair Manual: Checking exhaust ventilation for passenger compartment

Volkswagen Golf Service & Repair Manual / Heating, air conditioning / Air conditioner / Air duct / Checking exhaust ventilation for passenger compartment

  Note
The stale air escapes via ventilation openings in the luggage compartment trim.
If the ventilation is to function properly, the exhaust openings must not be covered.
The ventilation frames are located in the rear side panels behind the bumper.
The ventilation can be checked through the luggage compartment.
Depending on vehicle equipment, additional fittings must be removed.
–  Remove luggage compartment side trim → General body repairs, interior; Rep. gr.70.
–  Sealing lips in ventilation frames on both sides of vehicle must be free to move and close by themselves.
   
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