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Volkswagen Golf Service & Repair Manual: Removing and installing fuel gauge sender -G-, vehicles with front-wheel drive

Volkswagen Golf Service & Repair Manual / Fuel supply system - Petrol engines / Fuel supply, gas operation / Senders and sensors / Removing and installing fuel gauge sender -G-, vehicles with front-wheel drive

Removing
–  Remove fuel delivery unit → Chapter.
–  Note colour assignment of cables -1- for re-installation.
   
–  Release and pull off connectors -1- on sealing flange.
–  Disengage and move clear electrical wiring at retainer -arrow-.
–  Release locking lugs -3- and -4- from tabs.
–  Pull out fuel gauge sender -G--2- upwards.
–  Bend back the locking hooks of the connectors.
Installing:
–  Install in reverse order. In the process, note the following:
–  Note colour assignment of contacts.
–  Check connectors are secured properly by pulling.
–  Insert fuel gauge sender -G- into guide on fuel delivery unit and press down until it engages.
–  Install fuel delivery unit → Chapter.
 

Removing and installing fuel gauge sender -G-, vehicles with front-wheel drive

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