Question about Volkswagen Golf
The Coolant temperature sensor is in the right side of the motor (if you are outside looking).
See if the car is cold.
locate the sensor.
once you locate it, you'll need pliers to pull the wee mental brackets, then you temp sensor should pull off with ease.
Replace the sensor. The sensor shoul be the 059919501A
Adjust the coolant level.
Posted on May 26, 2011
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