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Volkswagen Golf Service & Repair Manual: Removing and installing coupling rod

Special tools and workshop equipment required
   
Torque wrench -V.A.G 1332-
Removing
–  Raise vehicle.
 

Removing and installing coupling rod

–  Unscrew nut -arrow- and pull coupling rod -1- off suspension strut.
 

Removing and installing coupling rod

–  Unscrew nut -1- from coupling rod -3-.
–  Pull coupling rod -3- out of anti-roll bar -2-.
Installing
Install in reverse order of removal, observing the following:
Tighten nuts of coupling rod on suspension strut/anti-roll bar, if necessary, counterhold at multi-point socket head.
Specified torques
→ Chapter „Assembly overview - subframe“
 

Removing and installing coupling rod

Repairing thread in longitudinal member

Repairing the thread in welded nuts in the longitudinal member is possible under certain conditions; Body repair → Rep. gr.50.
   
Removing and installing anti-roll bar
Special tools and workshop equipment required     Torque wrench -V.A.G 1332-   ...

Fixing position of subframe
  Note Certain repairs on vehicles require the removal of the subframe or the entire front axle. The original position of t ...

Other materials:

Capacities
First read and observe the introductory information and safety warnings    Fuel tank capacity Petrol and diesel engines with front-wheel drive approx. 50 l, of which approx. 5 l reserve. Petrol and diesel engines with fo ...

Removing and installing rain and light sensor, vehicles with front camera for driver assist systems
  Note The rain and light sensor has a silicon layer (coupling pad) which forms the contact surface to the windscreen. The rain and light sensor has been designed so that it can be used again. A prerequisite for re-use ...

Basics for working on refrigerant circuit
Observe instructions specific to the workplace; → Volkswagen ServiceNet; Handbooks; Service handbook; Environmental protection. Refrigerant from air conditioning systems / refrigerant oils - to be displayed at refrigerant designated working are ...

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