In this issue: VW 01M Speed Sensors; Audi Climate Control Systems; Understanding Porsche Brakes; DoIP, Part 1; VW City Golf 2.0L BEV Engine Mysteries; Audi Fuel Systems; VW Golf Trunk Floor Replacement
The sectioning and replacement procedures for the trunk floor of a 2015 and newer Golf differ from those for prior year models. The new procedures take into account Volkswagen design changes that improve trunk floor reinforcement and corrosion protection. Here you’ll find our tips extracted from the factory-approved repair procedures.
This City Golf has an unusual engine configuration and not very common unless the least expensive Golf was purchased at the dealer. This specific Golf does not have the TFSI engine, but rather has the 2.0L port injected engine.
We had this unusual case with a 2000 Beetle 2.0L with the 01M 4-speed automatic transmission. This particular transmission is also used in the Golf/Jetta versions and we still see them in service. The “unusual” part to this transmission mystery isn’t the transmission itself; it’s how it ended up at the repair facility.
In this issue: Audi Care and Feeding of Audi Suspension Systems; Audi Sunrroof Service; Porsche Turbocharging Porsches — When and Why; Volkswagen Driver Assistance Systems; Volkswagen Fasteners; Volkswagen Engine Oil Leak
What is here and now, but also what is in the future for many Volkswagen models. The same technology will, and is being used within the Volkswagen group that includes Audi, Porsche, Bentley and Lamborghini.