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1996 Volkswagen Golf A/C-Heater System Manual

COMPRESSOR CLUTCH CONTROL
Evaporator Temperature Switch
Although compressor clutch does not normally cycle on and off, an evaporator temperature switch turns off the compressor clutch if evaporator temperature decreases to 32øF (0øC). This prevents evaporator icing.

A/C Pressure Switch
A/C pressure switch is a triple-pressure switch, which monitors high side pressure. See Fig. 1. If pressure decreases to less than 17.4 psi (1.2 kg/cmý), A/C pressure switch interrupts power to compressor clutch (low-pressure cutout). Switch closes when pressure increases to more than 34.8 psi (2.4 kg/cmý).
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Design and Function Volkswagen Golf MK5 The 2.0L FSI Turbocharged Engine

Fuel system overview : Demand-Controlled Fuel System, Low Pressure System, High Pressure System. Fuel System Components : Fuel Pump Control Module J538, Transfer Fuel Pump G6, High Pressure Fuel Pump with Fuel Pressure Regulator Valve N276, High Pressure Fuel Pump, High Pressure Fuel Pump Operation, Low Fuel Pressure Sensor G410, Fuel Pressure Sensor G247, Cylinder Fuel Injectors N30–N33, Fuel Injector Operation, Pressure Limiting Valve, Connector Fitting with Restrictor.
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1996 Volkswagen Golf Fuses & Circuit Breakers

The fuse panel is located under the left side of the dash board by the driver’s knee on the Cabriolet, Fox, Jetta, Rabbit and Pickup. On the Golf and GTI models the panel is located by the driver’s right knee, under the dash panel.
NOTE: On all models, fuse specifications are listed on inside of panel cover.
WARNING: Always disconnect battery ground cable before servicing “high-current fuses. It is recommended that “high-current” fuses be replaced by a qualified technician.
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EmerGen Switch® Manual Transfer Switch Owners Manual

Your new EmerGen Switch will provide you with a way to safely utilize your generator power through your existing electrical wiring during a power outage. You’ll install your switch next to your home’s electrical panel load center and then you’ll connect circuit breaker wires to the transfer switch’s circuits. Once you power up your portable generator, you will manually turn on each switch and that generator energy is transferred as electrical power and goes through the house circuits you have previously chosen. Your EmerGen Switch is easy for a licensed electrician or qualified professional to install, safe for a homeowner to operate, and will work with 120/240V single phase AC generators, factory equipped with NEMA type receptacles L14-20R or L14-30R , depending on the size EmerGen Switch you have chosen. Your EmerGen Switch cannot permit connection to both utility and generator power at the same time.
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2000-05 Volkswagen Jetta/Golf 1.8 K&N Drycharger Installation

The K&Nо Drycharger included with this kit must be installed on the K&Nо air filter when used with this K&Nо cold air intake system. The K&N cold air intake system a performance product that can be used safely during mild weather conditions. During harsh and inclement weather conditions, you must convert your cold air intake system to a short ram configuration, or return your vehicle to the stock OEM air box and intake tract configuration. Failure to follow these instructions can void your warranty.
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1989 Volkswagen Golf I – System/Component Tests

Prior to testing separate components or systems, it is highly recommended that all procedures listed in F – BASIC TESTING article be performed. Since many computer controlled and monitored components will change voltage and resistance valves if they malfunction, it is also recommended that connector pin check diagnosis be performed.
NOTE: Testing of individual components does not isolate possible shorts or opens in the control harness of electronically controlled systems. Use an ohmmeter to isolate shorts or opens in harness. All voltage tests should be performed with a Digital Volt Ohmmeter (DVOM) with a minimum 10-megaohm input impedance, unless specifically stated different in testing procedures.
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1999.5- 2004 Volkswagen Golf/GTI VR6 Cold Air System Installation

The AEM Cold Air System is the result of extensive development on a wide variety of cars. Each system is engineered for the particular application. The AEM Cold Air System differs from all others in several ways. We take the inlet air from outside of the engine compartment where the inlet air is considerably cooler than the hot underhood air. The cooler inlet air temperature translates to more power during the combustion process because cool air is denser than warm air. AEM has conducted extensive inlet air temperature studies and we have seen temperature reductions of up to 50 degrees by pulling air from outside of the engine compartment. The air mass flow to the engine is increased because of the increased airflow and reduced inlet temperature, which translates to more power. The AEM Cold Air Systems are 50 states Street Legal (some models and years still pending) and come with complete instructions for ease of installation.
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1999.5 – 2005 Volkswagen Golf/GTI 2.0L 4 Cyl. Cold Air System Installation

Installing the AEM Cold Air System
a) When installing the AEM intake, DO NOT completely tighten the hose clamps, MAF sensor assembly or the mounting tab hardware until instructed to do so later in these instructions.
b) Install the rubber mount in the outermost (towards driver’s side of vehicle) hole to the rear of the large opening behind the headlight. Insert the rubber mount from below (Fig. 16) and secure it with a large fender washer and lock nut from the top. (Fig. 17)
c) Place a large fender washer on the stud that originally secured the lower intake tube in place. (Fig. 18)
d) Re-install the MAF sensor into the plastic intake hose, rotating the electrical connector to the original position. Use the original spring hose clamp. Note: it is possible to install the MAF sensor backwards. DO NOT INSTALL BACKWARDS. Make sure that the end with the flange (originally in the airbox) is still facing away from the throttle body. If you are still unsure, there is an arrow with the word “flow” molded into the MAF sensor body. (Fig. 19)
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1992-2003 Volkswagen Golf, Jetta, GTI, Cabrio Heating Air Conditioning 87 – A/C controls and mechanical components, servicing

Installing and checking expansion valve insulator
1. Insulator
2. Expansion valve
Insulation is used around expansion valve to prevent moisture (condensation) build-up and to protect expansion valve from high engine compartment temperatures and the resulting decrease in A/C system cooling performance.
Install insulator – 1 – over expansion valve – 2 – (arrow).
Check insulator for damage and proper fit, and replace if necessary.
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Tire Pressure Monitor (TPM) System Tester Quick Start Guide

How the TPM Tester Works
The Tire Pressure Monitor (TPM) tester is a portable, hand-held diagnostic tool used to diagnose problems and program the vehicle electronic control unit (ECU) for tire pressure monitor systems.

The TPM tester activates tire sensors so you can read the sensor information. It also activates tire sensors to send signals to the ECU for programming sensor information into the ECU for the TPM system.
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