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Volkswagen AC and Climate Control Parts

Ever since the first Volkswagen came off the line, they have been an industry and market leader. Volkswagen’s products are renowned around the globe, right down to their climate control parts and components. Your Volkswagen’s electronic climate control system is always altering the flow of hot and cold air in your cabin to maintain the proper temperature. Regrettably, this complex and technical electronic system needs professional maintenance if one of the computer chips becomes faulty. But there are a lot of issues you can solve on your own with specialized tools right at home. The first thing to do and look for when troubleshooting your Volkswagen is to turn on the automatic climate control and feel for cold and hot air by turning the heat up and down. If you are getting heat, but not cold air, and air is blowing from the vents, indicating the fan works correctly, you probably have to add freon to your Volkswagen ‘s AC system. You can find the products you need for your VW at FCP Euro, from Volkswagen Cabin Filter Parts to Volkswagen Heater Core Parts. Turn off your Volkswagen and open the hood. Find the low-pressure line of your vehicle’s AC system, which usually has a green valve. Check your Volkswagen’s service manual for the exact location as this can vary from different makes and models. You can now set the freon canister valve fitting onto the low pressure line valve. Press the trigger on the canister to fill it with freon. Watch the pressure gauge on the canister. This will show you when your Volkswagen’s AC system has enough freon to operate properly. If you have questions concerning Volkswagen’s climate control parts, the FCP Euro team and website are always obtainable.

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You should look to your Volkswagen’s owner’s manual to see where your automatic climate control electronics system is positioned. This is usually below your hood or in back of the dashboard. Make sure you turn off your Volkswagen and take out the battery if you have to remove the dashboard to get to the climate control electronic chips and wiring. After that, take out the fastener clips and screws found in the glove box. Take out all of the screws attaching the dashboard and attaching the radio faceplate to the dashboard covering. Remove the faceplate and pull the dashboard forward. Detach all wiring connections to totally disconnect the dashboard. Turn on a digital voltmeter and apply the prongs to a test point. The test points are the numerous circuits that make up the electronic climate control computer. Document the reading for each circuit on a sheet of paper. Compare the readings to the correct voltage written in your owner’s manual. A wrong reading will highlight an electronic circuit or wiring issue that needs to be fixed. FCP Euro's well-versed and practiced call center team is reachable for any support or questions you may have. If you are not absolutely sure about which climate control part or component is needed to your Volkswagen, FCP has a widespread inventory for the Volkswagen brand. Check out the FCP Euro website for all products, as well as our repeatedly updating inventory. If you have questions, would like to put in a phone order, or just have feedback, do not hesitate to give FCP Euro a call at 1-860-388-9001 to connect with our service friendly team.

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