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Running gear, axles, steering

For VW Beetle / Beetle

Original Volkswagen repair manual


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Language: English

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This repair manual contains: Front axle, Subframe, Suspension strut, upper suspension link, Wheel bearing, Drive shaft, Vehicle level sender, Tyre Pressure Monitoring System, Vibration due to wheels/tyres - causes and rectification, Sensors and Hydraulic power steering. Show more
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Repair manual VW Beetle / Beetle Running gear, axles, steering PDF download has the following content:

Chapter overview

  • Technical data
    1
  • 1 Safety information
    1
  • 1.1 Safety measures when working on vehicles with a start/stop system
    1
  • 1.2 Safety precautions when working on subframe
    1
  • 2 Evaluating accident vehicles
    2
  • 2.1 Check list for evaluating running gear on accident vehicles
    2
  • 3 Repair instructions
    4
  • 3.1 Leaks at shock absorbers
    4
  • 3.2 Noises from shock absorbers
    4
  • 3.3 Checking shock absorbers when removed
    5
  • 3.4 Steering rack
    5
  • 3.5 Gaskets and seals
    6
  • 3.6 Nuts and bolts
    6
  • 3.7 Electrical components
    6
  • 3.8 Raising suspension to unladen position (vehicles with coil springs)
    6
  • 4 Waste disposal
    11
  • 4.1 Releasing gas and draining front gas-filled shock absorbers
    11
  • 4.2 Releasing gas and draining rear gas-filled shock absorbers
    13
  • Front suspension
    15
  • 1 Front axle
    15
  • 1.1 Overview of fitting locations - front axle
    15
  • 2 Subframe
    17
  • 2.1 Assembly overview – subframe
    17
  • 2.2 Assembly overview - subframe strut
    19
  • 2.3 Removing and installing subframe without steering rack
    19
  • 2.4 Removing and installing subframe with steering rack
    24
  • 2.5 Repairing subframe
    37
  • 2.6 Removing and installing subframe strut
    45
  • 2.7 Removing and installing anti-roll bar
    46
  • 2.8 Repairing thread in longitudinal member
    50
  • 2.9 Fixing position of subframe
    50
  • 2.10 Lowering subframe
    54
  • 3 Suspension strut, upper suspension link
    59
  • 3.1 Assembly overview - suspension strut, upper suspension link
    59
  • 3.2 Removing and installing suspension strut
    60
  • 3.3 Repairing suspension strut
    65
  • 4 Lower suspension link, swivel joint
    68
  • 4.1 Assembly overview - lower suspension link, swivel joint
    68
  • 4.2 Removing and installing lower suspension link
    69
  • 4.3 Checking swivel joint
    75
  • 4.4 Removing and installing swivel joint
    76
  • 4.5 Renewing bonded rubber bush for lower suspension link
    79
  • 5 Wheel bearing
    84
  • 5.1 Assembly overview - wheel bearing
    84
  • 5.2 Removing and installing wheel bearing housing
    85
  • 5.3 Removing and installing wheel bearing unit
    90
  • 6 Drive shaft
    94
  • 6.1 Overview - drive shaft
    94
  • 6.2 Assembly overview - drive shaft
    95
  • 6.3 Removing and installing drive shaft
    101
  • 6.4 Loosening and tightening threaded connections of drive shaft
    111
  • 6.5 Removing and installing drive shaft heat shield
    113
  • 6.6 Dismantling and assembling drive shaft
    113
  • 6.7 Checking outer constant velocity joint
    132
  • 6.8 Checking inner constant velocity joint
    133
  • Rear suspension
    136
  • 1 Rear axle
    136
  • 1.1 Overview - rear axle
    136
  • 1.2 Lowering rear axle
    138
  • 1.3 Removing and installing rear axle
    140
  • 2 Subframe
    146
  • 2.1 Assembly overview – subframe
    146
  • 2.2 Assembly overview - radius rod
    148
  • 2.3 Fixing position of subframe
    148
  • 2.4 Removing and installing radius rods
    150
  • 3 Anti-roll bar
    152
  • 3.1 Assembly overview - anti-roll bar
    152
  • 3.2 Removing and installing anti-roll bar
    152
  • 4 Suspension link, track rod
    155
  • 4.1 Removing and installing upper transverse link
    155
  • 4.2 Removing and installing lower transverse link
    156
  • 4.3 Removing and installing track rod
    158
  • 5 Suspension strut, shock absorber, spring
    161
  • 5.1 Assembly overview - suspension strut, shock absorber, spring
    161
  • 5.2 Removing and installing shock absorbers
    161
  • 5.3 Repairing shock absorber
    163
  • 5.4 Removing and installing spring
    164
  • 6 Wheel bearing assembly, trailing arm
    167
  • 6.1 Assembly overview - wheel bearing
    167
  • 6.2 Removing and installing wheel bearing housing
    168
  • 6.3 Removing and installing wheel bearing unit
    171
  • 6.4 Removing and installing wheel bearing pre-seal
    174
  • 6.5 Renewing bonded rubber bush for wheel bearing housing
    176
  • 6.6 Removing and installing trailing arm with mounting bracket
    179
  • 6.7 Repairing trailing arm
    183
  • Self-levelling suspension
    187
  • 1 Vehicle level sender
    187
  • 1.1 Assembly overview - rear vehicle level senders
    187
  • 1.2 Removing and installing rear vehicle level senders G76 / G77
    187
  • Wheels, tyres, vehicle geometry
    189
  • 1 Wheels, tyres
    189
  • 1.1 Specified torques for wheel bolts
    189
  • 1.2 Pressing tyre off wheel rim
    189
  • 1.3 Removing tyre from wheel
    190
  • 1.4 Fitting tyre
    190
  • 1.5 Wheel change
    191
  • 1.6 Tyre sealant disposal
    194
  • 1.7 Models with breakdown set
    194
  • 2 Tyre Pressure Monitoring System
    195
  • 2.1 System description - Tyre Pressure Monitoring System
    195
  • 3 Wheel alignment
    197
  • 3.1 Notes for wheel alignment
    197
  • 3.2 Conditions for testing
    197
  • 3.3 Test preparations
    198
  • 3.4 Specifications for wheel alignment
    199
  • 3.5 Wheel alignment procedure
    201
  • 3.6 Necessity of wheel alignment
    202
  • 3.7 Transverse vehicle inclination - zero position
    203
  • 3.8 Adjusting camber at front wheels
    203
  • 3.9 Adjusting camber on rear axle
    204
  • 3.10 Adjusting toe at rear axle
    205
  • 3.11 Adjusting front axle toe
    206
  • 3.12 Vehicle data sticker
    207
  • 3.13 Steering angle sender G85 basic setting
    208
  • 4 Vibration due to wheels/tyres - causes and rectification
    209
  • 4.1 Causes of rough running
    209
  • 4.2 Conducting a road test before balancing wheels
    209
  • 4.3 Balancing wheel
    210
  • 4.4 Vibration control system
    214
  • 4.5 Checking radial and lateral runout of wheels and tyres
    214
  • 4.6 Checking radial and lateral run-out on wheel rim
    215
  • 4.7 Matching wheels and tyres
    216
  • 4.8 Determining flat spots on tyres
    217
  • Steering
    219
  • 1 Steering wheel
    219
  • 1.1 Assembly overview - steering wheel
    219
  • 1.2 Removing and installing steering wheel
    219
  • 2 Steering column
    222
  • 2.1 Assembly overview - steering column
    222
  • 2.2 Checking steering column for damage
    223
  • 2.3 Handling and transporting steering column
    224
  • 2.4 Removing and installing steering column
    225
  • 2.5 Removing and installing control unit for electronic steering column lock J764
    241
  • 3 Steering rack
    242
  • 3.1 Assembly overview - steering rack
    242
  • 3.2 Removing and installing steering rack
    247
  • 3.3 Removing and installing boot
    267
  • 3.4 Removing and installing track rod
    270
  • 3.5 Removing and installing track rod ball joint
    273
  • 3.6 Repairing steering rack
    274
  • 4 Sensors
    277
  • 4.1 Removing and installing steering angle sender G85
    277
  • 5 Hydraulic power steering
    279
  • 5.1 Assembly overview - hydraulic lines, reservoir
    279
  • 5.2 Assembly overview - vane pump
    281
  • 5.3 Checking hydraulic fluid level of power steering
    282
  • 5.4 Bleeding steering system after repairs
    283
  • 5.5 Check steering for leaks
    283
  • 5.6 Checking delivery pressure of vane pump
    284
  • 5.7 Removing and installing vane pump
    287
Manufacturer's designation Running gear, axles, steering
Manufacturer Volkswagen
Suitable for VW Beetle (2011) / Beetle (2017)
Suitable car types 5C8, 5C2
Category Reparaturanleitung

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