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Passat Sedan V6-3.6L (BLV) (2008)

Steering and Suspension > Suspension > Rear Knuckle Alignment Link > Component Information > Service and Repair > Page 6070

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Repair/Removal and Replacement/Rear Suspension/Front Wheel Drive (FWD)/Overview/Rear Axle In Curb Weight Position

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Tie Rod

‹› There are different versions. Refer to => [ Tie Rod Characteristics ] See: Trailing Arm/Application and ID. 

‹› Closed in direction of travel (the right and left tie rods are different). 

‹› Opened downward (the right and left tie rods are the same).

‹› It is possible to interchange.

‹› Pay attention to the allocation of the trailing arms when replacing them. Refer to => [ Note the allocation of the

tie rods for the trailing arms ] See: Trailing Arm/Application and ID.

‹› Removing and installing, refer to => [ Tie Rod ] See: Service and Repair/Removal and Replacement/Rear Suspension/Front Wheel Drive

(FWD). 

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Bolt

‹› M12 x 1.5 x 95

‹› 90 Nm + 90° turn

‹› Always replace after removal.

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Bolt

‹› M12 x 1.5 x 90

‹› Always replace after removal.

‹› Always tighten threaded connections in curb weight position. Refer to => [ Rear Axle in Curb Weight Position ]. See: Service and

Repair/Removal and Replacement/Rear Suspension/Front Wheel Drive (FWD)/Overview/Rear Axle In Curb Weight Position

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Nut

‹› 90 Nm + 90° turn

‹› Self-locking.

‹› Always replace after removal.

‹› Always tighten threaded connections in curb weight position. Refer to => [ Rear Axle in Curb Weight Position ]. See: Service and

Repair/Removal and Replacement/Rear Suspension/Front Wheel Drive (FWD)/Overview/Rear Axle In Curb Weight Position

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