Question about 2004 Volkswagen Touareg
How do I put my vw Touareg into off road mode to drive in the snow
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Sounds like you have air in your steering system. I would start by looking for any leaks on your steering system like hose to fitting crimps, steering pump, etc. Check your steering fluid level to make sure it is full and also look for bubbles on the dip stick. If everything looks good, start the vehicle and turn the wheels all of the way to the left and then to the right. Do this while the vehicle is in park and repeat at least 5 times. This will work out any air in your steering system. If the problem persists then the power steering pump may need to be replaced.
Posted on May 24, 2009
Same as any other vehicle.
1. Raise and support vehicle
2. Remove tire/wheel
3. Loosen/remove the two caliper bolts
4. Slide caliper off the rotor.
5. Use a C-Clamp to depress the caliper piston
6. Remove old pads from caliper
7. Install new pads on caliper
8. Install caliper/tighten caliper bolts
9. Install tire/wheel
11 Move to next wheel/repeat
Some people take a turkey baster and remove some of the brake fluid from the master cylinder prior to depressing the caliper piston because it can over flow. If you choose to do that just add the fluid back when finished so it is at its proper level.
Posted on Sep 12, 2009
Try underneath passenger side rear doors,inside the frame.If you gonna replace it yourself make sure you take off gas cap to relieve pressure from fuel system,if not it will spray you bad.
Posted on Jan 04, 2010
SOURCE: on my 2006 V6 Touareg
It sounds to me that you have either an ABS problem or a traction control problem if equipped. If it is a problem with the traction control there is usually a switch to shut it off, if equipped. If you have a bad front wheel speed sensor then at the last 3 feet of stopping the ABS will cycle causing the problem you described. Power loss on the right side could only be a traction control issue but I have never had a client come to my with that issue before. Try having the cars ECM scanned for ABS codes and have the ABS light checked to see if it is functional. Thanks for asking at Fixya.com
Posted on Dec 01, 2010
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