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Volkswagen Golf Service & Repair Manual: Rules for cleanliness for working on the auxiliary heater and the fuel system

Volkswagen Golf Service & Repair Manual / Auxiliary heater / Technical data / General notes / Rules for cleanliness for working on the auxiliary heater and the fuel system

Thoroughly clean all connections and adjacent areas before disconnecting.
Place parts that have been removed on a clean surface and cover. Do not use fluffy cloths!
Carefully cover or seal opened components if the repair cannot be carried out immediately.
Install clean parts only; remove replacement parts from their packages only immediately before installing them. Do not use any parts which have not been stored in their packaging (e.g. in a tool box).
If the fuel system is open:
–  Do not work with compressed air.
–  Do not move the vehicle.
–  Do not start the engine.
–  Switch on auxiliary heater.
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