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Tightening torques
Bolted connections Tightening torque
Bolts, nuts M 6 10 Nm
M 8 20 Nm
M 10 45 Nm
M 12 60 Nm
Deviating from above
Exhaust pipe to manifold 40 Nm
Installation
Note
t Only remove the new cylinder head gasket from its packing immediately before installing.
t Handle the new gasket with extreme care. Damaging will lead to leaks.
- Place a clean cloth in cylinders so that no dirt or emery cloth particles can get in between cylinder wall and piston.
- Also prevent dirt and emery cloth particles from getting into the coolant.
- Carefully clean cylinder head and cylinder block sealing surfaces. Thereby ensuring that no scoring or scratches are formed (when using abrasive paper the grade must not be less than 100).
- Carefully remove metal particles, emery remains and cloths.
- Set No. 1 cylinder piston to TDC and then turn crankshaft back slightly.
- To centralize, screw guide pins from 3450/1 into front outer holes for cylinder head bolts-flechas-.
- Place the new cylinder head gasket in the centralizing pins -A-. Lettering (Part No.) must be readable.
- Fit cylinder head, screw in 8 remaining cylinder head bolts and tighten by hand.
- Remove the guide pins with tool 3450 by the bolt holes. To do this, turn the tool left until the pins are removed.
- Fit remaining cylinder head bolts and tighten hand-tight.
- Tighten cylinder head in tightening sequence as follows:
- Tighten all bolts to 30 Nm.
- Then tighten all bolts a 1//4 turn (90 °) further using a rigid wrench.
- Then tighten all bolts again a 1/4 turn (90 °) further.
Note
There is no requirement to retighten the cylinder head bolts after repairs.
The rest of the assembly is basically a reverse of the dismantling sequence.
Note
When the camshaft is turned, the crankshaft must not be at TDC. Danger of damage to valves or piston crowns.
Installing toothed belt and adjusting valve timing > Chapter.
Filling with new coolant > Chapter.
- Interrogate fault memory > Chapter.

2006 Volkswagen... | Answered on Feb 21, 2015


There is no relay on the 2006 models. The flasher signal comes from the multifunction control unit behind the under dash fuse box

2006 Volkswagen... | Answered on Feb 20, 2015


lock with the key and the alarm shouldnt operate ,suspect a fault with the key remote but cannot say for sure

2006 Volkswagen... | Answered on Jan 20, 2015


Hi. Everytime I have come across this issue, it has been the dash cluster at fault. If all the wires are good, then replace the dash cluster

2006 Volkswagen... | Answered on May 22, 2014


TAKE OUT DASHBOARD.DISMANTLE AND CHECK IF ONE OR MORE SOLDERINGS IS LOOSE.SOLDER ALL AND CHECK . IF U STILL HAVE THE SAME PROBLEM U MIGHT NEED TO REPLACE THE DASHBOARD.

2006 Volkswagen... | Answered on Mar 15, 2014


Hi. The only link between abs and power steering that springs to mind is the steering wheel angle sensor but you really need at least a code read of the systems as the faults may be unrelated. I think spending a few quid at the local garage and getting a proper insite into what is going on will be money well spent. The pedal vibration will probably turn out to be the abs activating on low speed braking as it is seeing a low speed signal from one wheel sensor. This can be caused by an abs speed sensor being improperly gapped or a damaged sensor pick up ring among other things, Again without some real details or codes from the ecu its hard to give a real diagnosis. A visual inspection of the wheel sensors and pick up rings may reveal something - you don't need to know exactly what your looking at just that they all look the same and clean, no missing teeth on the pick up rings or cracks. If you get at least a code read and post the results we might be able to delve a little deeper.

2006 Volkswagen... | Answered on Dec 13, 2013

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