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gear shifter as transmission inside it. well best replace transmission or you'll need a pulley and few sockets. as the shift. the shift you pull the knob or act as if you are prying it out it stay out. once out far enough push down on the bottom sparkling part of the stick. once down pull knob. then fallow the screw on side for removal.
my 98 passat estate has a fob with the drivers key which activates the alarm in the boot,bit like an immobiliser, just put it in the hole located near or on the alarm,should hear it beep.don't know if its a factory fit alarm.hope this was helpful.
I'd suggest you join VW Vortex forum and post your question under your VW model discussion forum. You have a higher rate of hitting it dead on for your car solutions and how fast you receive suggestions. Just hit the address abive to take you there. Any VW forum will work and not necessarily VW Vortex, I just happen to use them. Please rate any suggestions given in your search for a solution. Thank you.
This is a mileage interval light that trips every 3,000 to 5,000 miles that indicates an oil change is necessary. You do not need a special tool to change your oil, nor do you need to bring the car in to the dealer. 1. Sit in the driver's seat of the Passat and close all the doors. 2. Position the trip/odometer button to display the odometer mileage reading, then hold it down with the forefinger on your left hand. 3. Turn the ignition key to the "key-on/engine-off" position to turn on all the power options for the Passat without actually starting the engine. At this point, a service indicator light will display (in the form of a wrench). 4. Press the minute adjustment button on the clock (or turn the knob clockwise on European manufactured Passats) and release the trip/odometer button. Good luck and thank you using Fixya