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Volkswagen Polo Service & Repair Manual: Overview - Tire Pressure Monitoring Sensor with Valve

Overview - Tire Pressure Monitoring Sensor with Valve

1 -  Tire Pressure Monitoring Sensor
Supplied complete as a service part
Removing and Installing. Refer to → Chapter „Tire Pressure Monitoring Sensor with Valve, Removing and Installing“.
When battery is discharge, the entire Tire Pressure Monitoring Sensor must be replaced
After using a wheel repair kit, the bore for the valve and opening of the pressure sensor must be wiped clean.
2 -  Valve Insert
Allocation. Refer to the Parts Catalog.
Replace at every tire change
  Note
Use only original manufacturer valve insert, it has a special coating!
3 -  Sealing Washer
is slightly deformed when tightening the union nut -item 6- → Item
4 -  Seal
5 -  Disc Wheel
Mounting tires with emergency running characteristics. Refer to → Chapter „Tires, Mounting, Run-Flat Tires and Ultra High Performance Tires“.
Mounting tires (wheels with tire pressure monitoring system). Refer to → Chapter „Tires, Mounting, Wheels without and with Tire Pressure Monitoring System“
6 -  Union Nut
8 Nm
7 -  Valve Cap
Use only original valve caps from the repair set. Refer to the Parts Catalog.
Do not use Comfort valve caps and metal caps
Overview - Tire Pressure Monitoring Sensor
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Overview - Tire Pressure Monitoring Sensor without Valve
1 -  Valve Cap 2 -  Nut Individual component of -item 7- → Item Tightening specification. Refer to ...

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