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Remove Front Right Side Wheel and Plastic well Covers Remove Drive Belt From A/C Compressor Undo The 3 bolts Holding the A/c Compressor To the Block Then You Can Locate The Three Bolts Holding The Adapter to the Block If you Have Not Done So Drain All The Oil from the Car (I suggest Draining the Oil By Taking Filter Off Not By The Drain Plug) That Way You Still Have A tiny Bit Of Oil Still In The Pan Remove The Adapter And Gasket Clean Both Faces To Ensure New Gasket Seals Right Then Place New Gasket and Reattach Adapter and The Bolts Followed By The Filter Then Re assemble the As Compressor And So on remember to check That all Bolt Are tight God Bless and Good Luck
I have a 2004 R2 - CVT fluid is to be changed every 40,000km. I've changed mine once already. Taking the drain plug out of the transmission pan drains 2-3L. New fluid is added to the CVT 'dipstick' tube, which is just behind the radiator with a black plastic head on the dipstick. A local CVT specialist sold me type NS-2 fluid, which has been working well for 12,000km. I also changed the filter on top of the transmission with a WIX 51365 which my autoparts shop found using the OEM filter part number. Hope this helps!
The air filter is on the Engine cover. You need to remove that cover by pulling up (make sure you unplug the map sensor carefully and disconnect the air ducts. one has a clump the other one has 2 thorx screws near to the radiator.) once you have removed the cover turn it up side down and there are 5 phillip head screws. Removed them to remove the filter cover and get to the filter.
the drain plug is underneath there should be a plastic cover under engine held on by tox screws either t20 or t25 remove these an cover will comeoff remove the drain plug after oil syops draining reinstall plug then the cover now under the hood remove the cover that says tdi it should pop off then you will see a plastic cup with a hex for a wrench or socket use your wrench to remove this as the oil filter is inside replace the filter and reinstall then 4.5 quarts of castrol synthetic dont use regular oil this will cause issues later on down the road
on a 2007 VW Jetta with a 2.5 engine. How do you refill the transmission. After draining the pain, cleaning it ,changing the filter and reinstalling the pan. I can not find a way to check the fluid level or to refill the pan to the proper level.
hi, how do you mean drain the oil from the oil filter you need to replace the oil filter not just drain it.
If you cant get the oil filter off then what you can do is hammer a screwdriver through the middle of the oil filter so that it comes out of the other side this will then give you more leverage as you can use the screw driver to undo the oil filter.
Once you have the filter off make sure you rub some clean engine oil around the rubber seal on the new filter before fitting it to ensure that you have a proper seal and no leaks.
Let me know how you get on or if you need further assistance ok
Usually with draining the oil filters you just screw it off and the oil will drain. It can sometimes be messy but thry to keep your arm out of the way and have the oil pan at the bottom. If some gets on the engine or header pick up some break clean and spray off the remaining oil that made a mess and it should come all clean like you didn't even spill any oil!
Your filter was installed either without the rubber seal, or the seal wasn't lubed before installation and it slipped, causing an improper seal. You will have to drain the oil again, remove the filter, and make sure it is reinstalled with a proper seal.