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Volkswagen Golf Service & Repair Manual: Overview of fitting locations - front control motors, air conditioning system with electric/manual controls, LHD vehicles

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Overview of fitting locations - front control motors, air conditioning system with electric/manual controls, LHD vehicles

1 -  Temperature flap control motor -V68-
With potentiometer for temperature flap control motor -G92-.
Checking: with vehicle diagnostic tester
Removing and installing → Chapter.
Renewing: initiate basic setting using vehicle diagnostic tester.
2 -  Air distribution flap control motor -V428-
With potentiometer for air distribution flap control motor -G645-.
Checking: with vehicle diagnostic tester
Removing and installing → Chapter.
Renewing: initiate basic setting using vehicle diagnostic tester.
3 -  Air recirculation flap control motor -V113-
Checking: with vehicle diagnostic tester
Removing and installing → Chapter.
Renewing: initiate basic setting using vehicle diagnostic tester.
Control motors
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Overview of fitting locations - front control motors, air conditioning system with electric/manual controls, RHD vehicles
1 -  Temperature flap control motor -V68- Checking: with vehicle diagnostic tester Removing and installing → Chapter. ...

Other materials:

Renewing bonded rubber bush for axle beam
Special tools and workshop equipment required Tensioning strap -T10038- Assembly tool -T10254- Assembly tool -T10495- Torque wrench -V.A.G 1332- Engine and gearbox jack -V.A.G 1383 A--2- w ...

How Park Assist Works
Model X has several sensors designed to detect the presence of objects. When driving slowly in Drive or Reverse (for example, when parking), the vehicle alerts you if an object is detected in close proximity of your Model X. Objects are only detected in your chosen direction; front objects in D ...

Changing the Cruising Speed
Roll the right scroll wheel up to increase, or down to decrease, the set speed. Slowly rolling the scroll wheel changes the set speed in 1 mph (1 km/h) increments and quickly rolling the scroll wheel changes the set speed to the closest 5 mph (5 km/h) increment. NOTE: It may take a few seconds ...

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