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Volkswagen Golf Service & Repair Manual: Overview of fitting locations - components inside of front passenger compartment, LHD vehicles

Overview of fitting locations - components inside of front passenger compartment, LHD vehicles

1 -  Left vent temperature sender -G150-
Only vehicles with Climatronic.
Checking: Use vehicle diagnostic tester in “Guided fault finding” mode and → Current flow diagrams, Electrical fault finding and Fitting locations
An incorrectly installed vent temperature sender will cause flow noise
Removing and installing → Chapter.
2 -  Footwell vent on driver side
Removing and installing → Chapter.
Assembly overview → Chapter.
3 -  Footwell vent temperature sender -G192-
Only on vehicles with Climatronic.
Checking: Use vehicle diagnostic tester in “Guided fault finding” mode and → Current flow diagrams, Electrical fault finding and Fitting locations
Removing and installing → Chapter
4 -  Front air distribution flap control motor -V426- with air distribution flap control motor -V428-
Removing and installing → Chapter.
Overview of fitting locations → Chapter.
5 -  Left temperature flap control motor -V158- or temperature flap control motor -V68-
Removing and installing → Chapter.
Overview of fitting locations → Chapter.
6 -  Evaporator
Only on vehicles with air conditioning system.
Removing and installing → Chapter.
7 -  Sunlight penetration photosensor -G107-
Only on vehicles with Climatronic.
Removing and installing → Chapter.
8 -  Evaporator temperature sensor -G308-
Only on vehicles with air conditioning system.
Checking: Use vehicle diagnostic tester in “Guided fault finding” mode and → Current flow diagrams, Electrical fault finding and Fitting locations
Removing and installing → Chapter.
9 -  Defroster flap control motor -V107-
Only on vehicles with Climatronic.
Removing and installing → Chapter.
Overview of fitting locations → Chapter.
10 -  Right temperature flap control motor -V159-
Only on vehicles with Climatronic.
Removing and installing → Chapter.
Overview of fitting locations → Chapter.
11 -  Dust and pollen filter
Removing and installing → Chapter.
12 -  Air recirculation flap control motor -V113- or fresh air/recirculated air, air flow flap control motor -V425-
Removing and installing air recirculation flap control motor -V113- → Chapter
Removing and installing fresh air/recirculated air, air flow flap control motor -V425- → Chapter.
Overview of fitting locations → Chapter.
13 -  Right vent temperature sender -G151-
Only vehicles with Climatronic.
Checking: Use vehicle diagnostic tester in “Guided fault finding” mode and → Current flow diagrams, Electrical fault finding and Fitting locations
Removing and installing → Chapter.
An incorrectly installed vent temperature sender will cause flow noise
14 -  Fresh air blower -V2-
Removing and installing → Chapter.
15 -  Footwell vent on front passenger side
Removing and installing → Chapter.
Assembly overview → Chapter.
16 -  Condensation drain hose
Only on vehicles with air conditioning system.
Checking → Chapter
Removing and installing → Chapter.
17 -  Auxiliary air heater element -Z35- with auxiliary air heater control unit -J604-
Checking → Chapter
Removing and installing → Chapter.
18 -  Heat exchanger
Removing and installing → Chapter.
19 -  Operating and display unit
Removing and installing → Chapter.
Overview of fitting locations - components located in front section of passenger compartment
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Overview of fitting locations - components inside of front passenger compartment, RHD vehicles
1 -  Air recirculation flap control motor -V113- or fresh air/recirculated air, air flow flap control motor -V425- Removing and installing air recirculat ...

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Changing headlights over from driving on right to driving on left (gas discharge headlights with dynamic high beam control and LED daytime running light)
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Contact corrosion
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