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No.

Description

Qty.

Note When: Removing Installing

Special Instructions

1

Self-locking nut

2

Replace. Tighten to specified torque

2

Self-locking nut

1

Replace. Torque: 28 Nm/20 ftlb

Watch position of universal joint

Page 48 - 6

3

Washer

1

Replace if necessary

4

Setscrew

1

5

Hollow bolt

2

Tighten to specified torque

6

Seal

4

Replace

7

Tie rod assembly

150 Nm/108 ftlb. Tighten while holding rack and use torque wrench with special tool 9183

8

Stop

2

Note arrangement

8a

Spacer

2

Note arrangement

9

Tie rod

150 Nm/108 ftlb. Tighten while holding rack and use torque wrench with special tool 9183

10

Dust boot

2

Check, replacing if necessary

11

Bolt

1

12

Washer

1

Replace if necessary

13

Washer

1

14

Bolt

4

15

Washer

4

Replace if necessary

No.

Description

Qty.

Installing

Special Instructions

16

Self-locking nut

4

Replace. Tighten to specified torque

17

Reinforcement plate

1

18

Steering gear

1

Run out rack ends completely and coat with VW steering gear lube AOF 086 000

Note position of universal joint

Page 48 - 6

19

O-ring

4

Replace if necessary. Position correctly

Not for new steering gears with bushings in mounting bosses

20

Washer

4

Not for new steering gears with bushings in mounting bosses

21

Tie rod end

1

Screw into tie rod 18 to 19 turns

22

Nut

1

REMOVING AND INSTALLING STEERING Removing

1. Draw hydraulic fluid out of tank.

2. Press out tie rods with a standard extractor.

3. Pull back hose strap with harness after removal of screw on side.

4. Remove bolts from stabilizer mounts. Let stabilizer hang down.

GEAR

5. Unscrew pressure line and return line at steering gear.

1 - Pressure line

2 - Return line

6. Remove five bolts from reinforcement plate on 9. Now remove the four mounting nuts and take engine carrier. steering gear out of studs on engine carrier.

Installing

1. Slide universal joint on to steering gear in correct position (steering wheel and steering gear in center position). Nuts on steering should only be screwed on slightly (facilitates assembly).

2. Mount steering gear. Produce 8 mm clearance between steering gear and universal joint with gauge 9208. Tighten mounting bolts for universal joint to 28 Nm.

Note

On cars with a longer universal joint the clerance will definitely be less than 8 mm after inserting clamping bolt on the steering gear. In this case it is important to make sure that there is only a small gap between the steering gear and universal joint.

7. Loosen four self-locking nuts of steering gear, but do not remove them.

8. Remove bolts on universal joint. Push universal joint in direction of steering intermediate shaft.

3. Fill system with hydraulic fluid, bleed and check for leaks as well as correct operation (see page 48 - 9)

4. If necessary (with new parts), adjust toe. In conjunction with this matter, remember taht there are different steering stop versions {see text below). As of Model Year 1986, the tie rod was changed as well. Be sure to observe this difference when replacing parts (also refer to page 40 -17)

Steering stop versions

The steering stop has also been changed because of changes on the steering gear (rack deep-bore drilled and 15 mm longer, smaller diameter on ends of rack).

Stop of Changed Version

Stop 928.347.329.03 is no longer available for replacements. See cross reference survey on page 48 - 6 b.

Part No. 928.347.329.03 or Present Version

Part No. 928.347.329.04

Stop of Old Version

Part No. 928 347.329.00

- opening on one side with two surfaces in conjunction with spacer, Part No.

928.347.331.00

928.347.329.03 (rubber / metal)

928.347.329.04 (aluminium)

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