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SOURCE: vw bettle driver side crash sensor location

never heard of theis but yes it sounds right ,i would look in the door or the door pillar

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SOURCE: I need to find the Cam Sensor location on a 2007 VW Beetle

To replace the camshaft position sensor, you must remove the toothed cam belt (loosen the tension and pull the belt off of the cam sprocket) and the cam sprocket. The sensor is located behind the sprocket - it is easily replaced. Although this may seem daunting, the hard part is relocating the cam sprocket correctly to the camshaft. You see, there is no key or fixed marks to get it back on correctly. I do recommend that you get a repair book to try the yourself. The VW book is somewhat difficult to use and I have never looked at the Haynes manuals
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SOURCE: location of airbag modual on a 2012 vw jetta

Typically the airbag module is located at the centre of the car, either behind the dash or just in front of the gear lever, beneath shrouding.

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SOURCE: I am working on a 2010 vw cc sport 2.0. I have changed the ignition coils and cam sensor. Car runs great while driving, when I stop it idles like **** and rough.

What did it run like prior to these changes,
were there codes before and present now
who did the work, ask them to check for a vacuum hose left off or cracked hose, this happens all the time and causes poor and rough idle.

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SOURCE: I need a timing chain diagram for a 2012 VW cc 2.0t

Go to page 22 of the pdf file for the diagram. http://www.vaglinks.com/Docs/VW/Misc/VW.COM_2.0L_TSI_Turbo_SSP_824803.pdf

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