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1999 books wager passat radiator disassembly

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I am trying to drain the cooling system on my 1999 Passat 2.8. I am having problems figuring out a way to drain old coolant from engine block. I can't find the water pump drain plug or any plug...


hello.
there is a very small kind of screw just in the lowest part of the radiator, just remove it.
if you don't see this so clear just do it disconnecting the big lowest hose on the radiator,
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I have a 1999 vw passat and i need to remove the radiator in order to change the fan. how do i remove the radiator?


Well, there is a catch 22 to your plan. In order to remove the radiator you have to remove the fan first. Check around the housing for the fan, you should find plastic pressure clips that hold the fan in place. Release the clips and you should be able to lift the fan housing and shroud out or drop it through to the bottom of the vehicle. To remove the radiator you have to remove the fan shroud and fan in order to locate and remove the retaining bolts for the radiator. There are usually 2 on the bottom of the Radiator sometimes accessible from the bottom of the vehicle and 2 near the top of the radiator, usually covered by the fan shroud.

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Hopefully you mean a sepentine belt and not the timing belt. There is a diagram under the hood for the serpentine belt. Look on the radiator shroud or close to it. The timing belt requires a great deal of engine disassembly and probably is more that most home mechanics can handle.

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Where is the AC Compressor located on a 1999 Volkswagen Passat?


YOU HAVE TO REMOVE THE SPLASH SHIELD FROM BELOW THE ENGINE.AND PLACE THE RADIATOR SUPPORT PANEL IN THE SERVICE POSITION REMOVE POWER STEERING OIL COO;ER LINE FROM RADIATOR.YOU HAVE TO REMOVE THESE PARTS BEFORE YOU CAN GET TO THE COMPRESSOR BY LAW AND SAFETY.FIRST TAKE CAR TO DEALERSIP TO REMOVE ALL REFRIGERANT FROM AC SYSTEM BE REMOVING ANY COMPONENTS.

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would you believe that the front of the car slides forward about 3"...if you remove the front bumper cover you will see the bolts both sides that allow access,sorry i do not have a scematic to send you......

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We have a '99 Passat and the radiator hose detached somehow.


Don't eat so much toast, maybe you can use the toast to fill the void. **** don't it, on the road, in the city, on your back, all wet. And Colton and I are sending rockets into the night sky,

Mar 02, 2010 | 1999 Volkswagen Passat

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Removal of front bumber passat


you have to take off head lights and signals because there is a bumper bolts behind them ,remove engine shield underneed and front tires splash shileds front side bolts ,take off front grill there is a bolts forr bumper too.
and you may need the get your a/c refrigrant **** with recycling machine because condenser and radiator come out togethar so you have to disconnect a/c lines from the condenser to take out radiator. good luck!!
Your car is may overheats for diffrent reason just make sure problem is the radiator or thermostat if its not you still gonna have same problem after at all.

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My vw passat tdi 05 radiator fan dose not come


check fuses..came across a bora with much same problem..it turned out to be a coolent tempreture switch the heater gauge wasn't working and on diagnostics it was reading -41degrees celcius the fan was not running because it thought it was freezing outside also blew the fuse of the fan also

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