1993-1999 Volkswagen Jetta, Golf, GTI, Cabrio Workshop Repair Service Manual BEST DOWNLOAD
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MODEL: Jetta, Golf, GTI, Cabrio (A3 Platform)
YEAR: 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999
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Front strut, removing and installing
1. Raise the car and support IT on jack stands.
jack stands designed for the purpose. The jack stands should be on a /eve/ hard surface
2. Remove the wheel.
3. Remove the nuts from the two bolts that hold the strut to the wheel bearing housing, leaving the bolts in place. See Fig.11.
Fig.11. Strut to wheel bearing housing mounting bolts (arrow).
4. Disconnect ABS speed sensor wiring (if applicable) and unhook the brake line from the strut and secure out of the way.
5. Support lower control arm and brake assembly so that it will not fail when the strut is removed.
6. Remove the flange nut at the top of the strut. See Fig. 12.
Fig. 12. Flange nut being loosened with Volkswagen special tool 3078, hex wrench holds shock absorber shalt.
7. Remove lower strut bolts and remove the strut assembly from the car.
8. Install the strut in the reverse order of removal. Check and adjust front wheel alignment once installation is complete.
The Cabrio is a modification of a basic two-door unitised body. When the steel roof is deleted and the convertible top and its mounting frame are added, extra body-strengthening members and a steel roll-bar are also added to maintain body structure. Two elastically suspended masses are utilised to reduce body shake that is common in convertibles. The mass at the front (engine and transmission) is suspended from specially designed mounts that allow the engine and transmission to dampen front to rear shake. The rear mass is located in the left side of the trunk. It weighs approximately 20 pounds and reduces side to side shake. See Fig. 2.
Fig. 2. Structural components specifically designed for Gabrio model.
Front bulkhead/dashboard module
The dashboard unit, together with the heating and air conditioning unit, steering column, and pedal cluster with master cylinder, are assembled as a module outside the vehicle. These components are attached to the reinforcement cross-member and a bulkhead cross panel. The entire assembly is then installed in the vehicle. For service work, the dashboard can be removed from the reinforcement cross-member by unbolting it.
This modular construction permits many of the more difficult assembly procedures on these units to be performed outside the vehicle where access to the components is easier. This same technique is also used on the front end, door assemblies and sunroof.
The bumper assemblies on the all models utilise a crossmember that is bolted directly to the body structure, instead of using brackets. A moulded styrofoam insert is installed over this cross-member. The body coloured bumper covers are then bolted to the bumper cross-members with the styrofoam insert
sandwiched in-between. See Fig. 4.
Fig. 4. Front bumper assembly.
The bumper covers use special plastics to optimise their ability to absorb minor impacts. The styrofoam insert will compress and absorb major impacts. The bumper cover can be removed to replace this insert. This design spreads the impact over a larger area and limits unnecessary bumper weight.