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Volkswagen Polo Service & Repair Manual: Tire Pressure Monitoring Sensor without Valve, Removing and Installing, Vehicle Before Customer Delivery

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Special tools and workshop equipment required
Torque Wrench -VAG1410-
Perform the Following:
Removing
–  Remove the tire from the disc wheel.
   
See which version is installed before starting any work.
I - Service Version
The tire pressure monitoring sensor is attached to the valve with an inner TORX screw -1- on the Service version.
If the service version is installed, the following repair procedure must be used. Refer to → Anchor.
II - Vehicles Before Customer Delivery
The tire pressure monitoring sensor is attached to the valve with a square screw with a flat head -2- on vehicles before customer delivery.
If the production version is installed, the following repair procedure must be used. Refer to → Anchor.
 

Tire Pressure Monitoring Sensor without Valve, Removing and Installing, Vehicle Before Customer Delivery

–  Turn the nut -1- counter-clockwise until it is possible to remove the tire pressure sensor -2-.
  Note
The whole valve turns when the nut it turned -1-.
Both the tire pressure monitoring sensor and the metal valve must be replaced together. Refer to the Parts Catalog.
–  Remove the metal valve. Refer to → Chapter „Valve, Removing and Installing, Metal Valve“.
Installing
  Note
Both the tire pressure monitoring sensor and the metal valve must be replaced together. Refer to the Parts Catalog.
The new metal valve is available with a new screw as a replacement set.
–  Install the metal valve. Refer to → Chapter „Valve, Removing and Installing, Metal Valve“.
  Caution
Clean the valve opening before installing the Tire Pressure Monitoring Sensor.
 

Tire Pressure Monitoring Sensor without Valve, Removing and Installing, Vehicle Before Customer Delivery

–  Press the tire pressure monitoring sensor -1- onto the disk wheel (rim) and tighten the new screw -arrow-.
–  Counterhold metal valve using retainer (for example 2 mm spiral bore) while doing so.
  Note
Visually check the valve after installing it and make sure it is tight. The tire pressure monitoring sensor -1- must not have any play when it is installed and it must touch the supports in the rim bed.
Do not tighten the valve again to the tightening specification after it has been installed.
Tightening Specifications
Refer to → Chapter „Overview - Tire Pressure Monitoring Sensor without Valve“
 

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