See if you can find some of them here: Some OEM VAG tools
I recently acquired a load of VW tools from a retired VW mechanic and cannot identify some of them. Any assistance with descriptions or links is appreciated.
VW Tool 4489 (Zelenda) - Most likely coil spring compressors for struts, but for air-cooled, water-cooled, or even both?
VW Tool 3096/2
VW Tool 4480/2
VW Tool 771/2
Last edited by VWandDodge; 06-06-2012 at 11:35 AM.
VW Engineers design things so that no one else can work on them. GM engineers design things so that everyone has to work on them.
3052: Adapter, used to turn crankshaft with extension and t-handle.
1348/1: Adjusting jig - componet part of VAG1348/99 adjust air sensor potentiometer sensor plate. K-KE Jetronic.
2070: Spring Strut Compressor - remove and install shock absorber.
386A: Clamping piece - ring gear adjustment.
3028: Retainer - Locking drive flange, Quattro. (You'll probably want to delete that one).
2080: Sleeve - Installation of front crankshaft oil seal 5 - (pulley side). Also used in repairing 01a transmission.
Can we do like a "Lend-A-Tool" program? I really need some of these tools for my GLI...
TO FACILITATE ASSEMBLY OF HEATER DURING REASSEMBLY.
my reference book btw:
3096/2 is an arbor for driving in a bearing or race into a case
4494 is defenatly a sprocket puller but i dont know which motor
771/2 looks like a gear puller
3006 is a bracket that goes in a floor jack or trans jack that hold a trans or diff or something while you put it in the car. In the pic its up side down, that round peg thing goes in the jack.
That TYP 17 and TYP 32 thing is a guage for making a mark for TDC on a flywheel. Some of the replacement flywheels and flexplates didn't come with a TDC mark. So what you would do is find TDC, put the new flywheel on without turning the motor, probably by holding it with another bracket, then the threaded part would go in a bell housing bolt hole and you set the guage , flat part, and then made your mark on the flywheel.