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First remove the engine plastic cover by removing the bolts that hold in. Then loosen the nuts at the front of the AC Belt and Power Steering Belt. Now use a Socket set and loosen these two belts by turning the tension adjustment bolt, Anti-Clockwise.
You have to remove the first two belts (AC & Power Steering) before reaching the Serpentine Belt.
Now loosen the nut on the front of the lowest pulley before loosening the serpentine belt.
To loosen the serpentine belt, you could either remove the metal skid plate at the bottom of the engine by turning the tension adjustment bolt, Anti-Clockwise or reach down from the top and loosen it with the socket set ( quick & easiest)
My dear unless you replace new key.because the key is to turn once,even if you lock with the key you can get it open with the lever.but now it has interlock it self because of the anti-clockwise turning.thank you
The fuel filter is located on the left rear of the engine compartment under the brake booster area. The lines unscrew from the filter and the braket holding the filter has a bolt that can be loosened to get the filter out. The filter will not come out of the bracket until the lines are disconnected. They can be very hard to get to. The lines are usually very tight and sometimes corroded. I am an experienced technician and have a lot of trouble with Honda fuel filters...Good luck!
Have you got the correct key???? does it turn in the door locks and not the ignition..... stupid question have you got the steering lock on??? try turning the steering wheel clockwise and anti-clockwise when attempting to turn the key!
I just did an oil change service on my Touran last night (same principal as the Toureg). The Touran has a bleeder (there is a seperate screw type cover under the filter) to release the excess oil in filter (not sure it the Toureg has the same)The aluminum casing around the filter is a bit tough to remove, but turning it anti-clockwise with a little bit of force should do it. Try not to use the special tools that are available to grip the casing as you may dent it. The sump plug can be removed with standard tools. I am still working on the reset option for the 'service now' warning