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Volkswagen Golf Service & Repair Manual: Removing and installing evaporator temperature sensor -G308-, LHD vehicles

Volkswagen Golf Service & Repair Manual / Heating, air conditioning / Air conditioner / Front heater and air conditioning unit / Removing and installing evaporator temperature sensor -G308-, LHD vehicles

Special tools and workshop equipment required
   
Removal wedge -3409-
  Note
Only vehicles with air conditioning system; on vehicles with heater, opening in heater is sealed off.
Removing
–  Remove glove compartment → General body repairs, interior; Rep. gr.68.
 

Removing and installing evaporator temperature sensor -G308-, LHD vehicles

–  Release evaporator temperature sensor -G308- using removal wedge -3409-.
–  Pull evaporator temperature sensor -G308--2- out of the housing.
–  Disconnect electrical connector -1-.
Installing
Install in reverse order.
Specified torques:
Compartments/covers; Assembly overview - glove compartment → General body repairs, interior; Rep. gr.68.
 

Removing and installing evaporator temperature sensor -G308-, LHD vehicles

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