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Volkswagen Golf Service & Repair Manual: Overview of fitting locations - injection system

Overview of fitting locations - engine compartment

Overview of fitting locations - injection system

1 -  Inlet camshaft control valve 1 -N205-
Removing and installing → Chapter
2 -  Exhaust camshaft control valve 1 -N318-
Only installed in vehicles with engine codes CPTA, CHPA, CZEA, CZDA
Removing and installing → Chapter
3 -  Lambda probe 1 before catalytic converter -GX10-
Consisting of
   Lambda probe -G39-
   Lambda probe heater -Z19-
Removing and installing → Chapter
4 -  Lambda probe 1 after catalytic converter -GX7-
Consisting of
   Lambda probe after catalytic converter -G130-
   Lambda probe heater 1 after catalytic converter -Z29-
Removing and installing → Chapter
5 -  Charge air pressure controller -V465-
Removing and installing → Chapter
6 -  Exhaust cam actuator for cylinder 2 -N587-
Only installed in vehicles with engine codes CPTA, CZEA
Removing and installing → Chapter
7 -  Exhaust cam actuator for cylinder 3 -N595-
Only installed in vehicles with engine codes CPTA, CZEA
Removing and installing → Chapter
8 -  Inlet cam actuator for cylinder 2 -N583-
Only installed in vehicles with engine codes CPTA, CZEA
Removing and installing → Chapter
9 -  Inlet cam actuator for cylinder 3 -N591-
Only installed in vehicles with engine codes CPTA, CZEA
Removing and installing → Chapter
10 -  Hall sender 3 -G300-
Only installed in vehicles with engine codes CPTA, CHPA, CZEA, CZDA
Removing and installing → Chapter
11 -  Hall sender -G40-
→ Item
Removing and installing → Chapter
12 -  Engine control unit -J623-
Removing and installing → Chapter
13 -  Radiator outlet coolant temperature sender -G83-
Removing and installing → Chapter
14 -  Throttle valve module -GX3-
Consisting of
   Throttle valve module -J338-
   Throttle valve drive for electronic power control -G186-
   Throttle valve drive angle sender 1 for electronic power control -G187-
   Throttle valve drive angle sender 2 for electronic power control -G188-
Removing and installing → Chapter
15 -  Charge air pressure sender -GX26-
Consisting of
   Charge air pressure sender -G31-
   Intake air temperature sender -G42-
Removing and installing → Chapter
16 -  Intake manifold sender -GX9-
Consisting of
   Intake air temperature sensor 2 -G299-
   Intake manifold pressure sender -G71-
Removing and installing → Chapter
17 -  Charge air cooling pump -V188-
Removing and installing → Chapter
18 -  Ignition coils with output stages
Ignition coil 1 with output stage -N70-
Ignition coil 2 with output stage -N127-
Ignition coil 3 with output stage -N291-
Ignition coil 4 with output stage -N292-
Removing and installing → Chapter

 
     
Overview of fitting locations – engine, intake side

Overview of fitting locations - injection system

1 -  Knock sensor 1 -G61-
Assembly overview → Chapter
2 -  Oil pressure switch for reduced oil pressure -F378-
Assembly overview → Chapter
3 -  Fuel pressure sender -G247-
Assembly overview → Chapter
4 -  Activated charcoal filter solenoid valve 1 -N80-
5 -  Injectors
Injector, cylinder 1 -N30-
Injector, cylinder 2 -N31-
Injector, cylinder 3 -N32-
Injector, cylinder 4 -N33-
Assembly overview → Chapter
6 -  Fuel pressure regulating valve -N276-
On high-pressure pump
Assembly overview → Chapter
7 -  Engine speed sender -G28-
Assembly overview → Chapter

 
     
Overview of fitting locations – engine, exhaust side

Overview of fitting locations - injection system

1 -  Oil level and oil temperature sender -G266-
Removing and installing → Chapter
2 -  Coolant temperature sender -G62-
Removing and installing → Chapter
3 -  Oil pressure switch -F1-
Removing and installing → Chapter
4 -  Oil pressure control valve -N428-
Removing and installing → Chapter
Injection system
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Releasing high pressure in fuel system
The fuel system is under high pressure.Risk of injury due to fuel which may spurt out.Release high pressure. Special tools and workshop equipment required ...

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Removing and installing side spoiler
Removing Special tools and workshop equipment required         Hot air blower -V.A.G 1416   Note   Only the left side is shown. The right si ...

Cleaning seat belts
First read and observe the introductory information and safety warnings Large particles of dirt on the automatic belt prevent it from rolling back properly and thus from working effectively. The seat belts must never be removed for cleaning purposes. Remove dirt with a soft brush  . ...

Instrument overview
Fig. 12 Instrument cluster in the dash panel First read and observe the introductory information and safety warnings Descriptions of the instruments  : Rev. counter (running engine speed in revolutions x 1,000 per minute). The start of the red zone on the dial indicates the ma ...

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