Category: Mk6 Jetta/Golf/Sportwagen TDI
Find VW Repair Manual Online
The end of an era has arrived for TDI owners and mechanics alike. For decades, paper repair manuals like the Bentley manuals have been the go-to source of information for fixing VWs. However, since 2009, VW has decided to switch to an online platform for repair information. This platform is called erWin and can be ...
Choosing the Right 6-Speed Clutch – LUK, SACHS, Febi and Valeo
Shopping for a new clutch for your 6-speed VW TDI can be confusing. Single-mass, dual mass, auto-adjusting, matching flywheels, it is all sort of a mess. Let’s make some sense of it…
Refill AdBlue on 2015 Jetta TDI
Does your 2015 Jetta TDI show “AdBlue Range 1500 Miles” on the instrument cluster? If so, it is time to refill the AdBlue/DEF tank! Refilling your Jetta with AdBlue is easy and inexpensive. What is AdBlue? Read more in our AdBlue/DEF 101 Article. Want to check your AdBlue Level? Read our Guide to Checking AdBlue/DEF ...
Replacing Alternator Pulley In-Car – List of VW Models & Difficulty
Replacing an alternator pulley without removing the alternator requires skill, the right tools and a cooperative engine bay design. We’ve compiled a list of VW diesels that we work on and listed how difficult it is to replace the pulley with the alternator still installed in the vehicle.
Checking AdBlue/DEF Level On Your TDI
Unlike most diesel trucks, VW does not equip their vehicles with a DEF level gauge anywhere in the instrument cluster. This makes it hard to determine how much DEF is in the tank, especially when trying to decide how much DEF to add during a refill. Spilled DEF can be messy and hard to clean ...
TDI Gen. 3 Tuning Options
The EA288 engine launched in North America in 2015 was a big step forward for VW. Water to air intercooler, more durable fuel system, 10 HP power increase, and the introduction of Adblue for Jetta/Golf/Beetle resulted in significantly better fuel economy. But as everyone knows, emissions weren’t to EPA standards and, well, the rest is ...
Enable “Hot Climate” Mode on Your Climatronic Mk5+ TDI
Depending on where your car was sold, it may or may not have the “Hot Climate” setting enabled in the Climatronic Unit. You can enable this yourself via VCDS. Open VCDS Go To Select Modules Under the “Installed Modules” window – select number 08 – Auto HVAC After the control loads – select Coding ...
Replacing G28 Engine Speed Sensor on Common Rail (CBEA CJAA)
There have been a few threads asking about the G28 sensor on the common-rail cars but there wasn’t really any straightforward information about it. I just had to replace one on a 2010 and thought I’d share my experience.
Take the Locking Lug bolts off your VW!!
Corey shows you how to replace those pesky locking lugbolts on your TDI.
How to Remove Wires from VW Audi Connectors
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