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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Under the drivers seat. OK, let's add to this...
It's a tad more complicated. There are two plastic covers at the front of the seat on the floor. You need to lift both of them up. That exposes a fastener that will require a 10mm "triple square" male tool. This is similar to the familiar Torx (6 point star) fastener except it has 12 points instead of 6 points. This tool is available at many auto supply places, without it, you will NOT replace the battery. Remove both screws (they're TIGHT!!!), remove the plastic trim pieces from the rear of the seat slide assembly (carefully snap off) Tilt the seat back all the way forward, slide the seat forward almost all the way but leave space to miss the steering wheel. Now push back on the seat back and the entire seat will tilt to the rear exposing the battery box under the drivers seat. There are four clips that hold the cover on, unhook them, remove the torx screw holding the heater deflector to the battery box lid, remove the wire tie holding the wire to the top of the box and remove the box cover. Now you see the battery. Remove the gas vent plastic pipe from the front, remove the metal cover at the front left corner (10mm socket) it will not come out until you remove the (-) cable but don't just yet. remove the side clamp (10mm socket) and the battery is loose and free. It would be smart (but not required) to provide a 12 volt electrical source to the battery terminals as you replace the battery to help keep all of the radio GPS etc, settings. Remove the terminals, lift out the battery.
Posted on Sep 17, 2009
SOURCE: VW Touran 2.o TDI Wiper Problem
its weird ,but you know wipers is not working when computer senses open hood , so you have to look at hood catch. i'm not sure contacts have to be closed or open . anyway it is easy to check
Posted on Jul 13, 2009
SOURCE: timing marks on peugeot 1.9 tdi
there is a few ways of doing thes the easiest way being using locking pins
you bont have to go and buy a set of locking pins you can use 3 m8 (13mm headded) bolts and a 5mm allen key
there is a hole in the cam pully and 2 holes in the injection pump pully and 1 in the fly wheel
i suggest you lock the fly wheel up first
the hole is located under the starter motor on the front of the block
insert the 5mm allen key and get someone to turn the crank pully clockwise until allen key engages into the fly wheel
the hole in the cam should be at about 25 past
(if it is at 10 to then you neet to remove the pin from the fly wheel and turn the crank 1 full turn)
when the hole is inthe right place you can insert a m8 bolt and wind it in to the head
with this now lined up you should be able to fit the other 2 m8 bolts into the injector pump pully
with this now done your 1.9 tdi engine is timed up
Posted on Dec 07, 2009
the timing marks for all vw/audi/seat and skoda are on the front pulleys(they are small dots)you may need to highlight them with chalk.
Posted on May 10, 2010
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