Seat Leon >> Repairing steering box

Steering

  1. - Right track rod ball joint
    • Marked with "A"
    • Removing and installing
    • Installation position
    • Corresponding to - Electronic parts catalogue "ETKA"
  2. - Nut
    • To tighten and loosen the nut it is necessary to block the ball joint with a spanner
    • 70 Nm
  3. - Clamp
  4. - Dust guard
    • Must not be twisted after toe setting has been adjusted.
    • Removing and installing
  5. - Clamp
    • Renew
    • Tightening
  6. - Connecting rod
    • Removing and installing
    • 100 Nm
  7. - Steering box
    • Corresponding to - Electronic parts catalogue "ETKA"
    • Removing and installing
  8. - Left track rod ball joint
    • Marked with "B"
    • Removing and installing
    • Installation position
    • Corresponding to - Electronic parts catalogue "ETKA"
  9. - Nut
    • To tighten and loosen the nut it is necessary to block the ball joint with a spanner
    • 70 Nm
  10. - Spring type clamp
  11. - Dust guard
    • Removing and installing
    • Check for damage
    • Must not be twisted after toe setting has been adjusted.
  12. - Clamp
    • Always renew after removing
    • Secure new hose clip using locking pliers for steering box - VAS 6199-
  13. - Connecting rod
    • Also replace the ball joint if damaged
    • Removing and installing
    • 100 Nm

Sensors

Removing and installing steering angle sender - G85-

Note

  • The steering angle sender - G85- is a component of the steering box.
  • It cannot be replaced separately.
  • When the steering angle sender - G85- is defective, the steering box must be replaced.
    Removing and installing track rod ball joint
    Special tools and workshop equipment required Ball joint puller - T10187- Torque wrenches - V.A.G 1332- Removing Remove front wheel on affected side. Loosen nut -1-. Mark posi ...

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