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Heater core May I please have instructions on how to change the heater core on a 1992 VW Passat Wagon, 4 cylinder 5-speed standard? Thanks, Barry

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Well you'll need to spend about $20 to buy the book from autozone or just go to their website the have comprehensive repair info can be a real life saver use the print option if you want and you can take a copy to your car

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My 2001 vw passat blow air but not hot.replace the temp.sensor but nothin happen.


check it the heater control is allowing hot water through the heater core.(turning the tap on )

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How do u replace a 2004 vw passat radiator?


1. Disconnect battery 2. Drain radiator 3. remove any plastic and or fan shroud 4. remove electronic fans if equipped 5. remove upper and lower radiator hoses 6. remove any heater return hoses (if routed to radiator on your vehicle) as well as any transmission, oil, or power steering cooler lines that may run to radiator (if so equipped) 6. remove radiator from core support (there should be anywhere from 2-4 bolts that hole it in or a clamp type mounting system) 7.installation of new unit is reverse of removal

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Timing belt set-up diagram on 1999 VW Passat 1.8

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Timing chain in cylinder head set-up:

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Cylinder head instructions:

Tightening sequence

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1998 VW Passat 1,9 diesel. After an oil change I need to reset til oil service warning light. It is something with the order you turn on the ignition and turn the buttons in the instrument cluster, but...


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1. Press and hold button [A] in the picture below.

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2. Switch ignition ON.
3. The letters "SERVICE" will appear in the trip recorder display.

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04 Vw passat 4 Cyl.the heater do not work good is not hot


Please see my tip at http://www.fixya.com/cars/r6235876-no_heat_fan_blowing_cold_air . These are generic instructions. If you get stuck or need specific instructions for your car, please get back to me with model, year and engine info.

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Instrument panel not lighting up


Check the dash light fuse. Maybe a problem with the headlight switch.

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My speedometer does not go past 60 mph on 1992 vw passat 5 speed


The speedometer head in the dash needs to be replaced.

Nov 01, 2009 | 1992 Volkswagen Passat

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My heat not workini but blow cold air where is


Has the car been changed coolant since it was bought? If it is time to change, let do a flush through a heater core. There are 2 coolant hoses going thru a fire wall. One for coolant in and one for coolant out. Heater only works if coolant is flowing through the heater core. Therefore, there are one or both following cases contributes to the problem: 1-If the valve control coolant flow gets stuck, then it always closes  so there is no heat. 2-If the valve is working, but the heater core gets clogged up, then there is no heat.

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I have a 2000 vw passat wagon 1.8 turbo wagon


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Changing belts in 1992 volkswagen passt


There will be a tensioner that needs slackening off before any belt can be removed. Find the tensioner for the belt in question and slacken it off. When you have fitted the new belt, tighten up the tensioner as recommended by VW or the Haynes Manual. I hope the other belt is not the timing belt. If the timing is not set right you are looking at a new cylinder head at the least.

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