Bentley Publishers is the exclusive factory-authorized publisher of Volkswagen Service Manuals in the United States and Canada. In every manual we provide full factory repair procedures, specifications, tolerances, electrical wiring diagrams, and lubrication and maintenance information. Bentley manuals are the only complete, authoritative source of Volkswagen maintenance and repair information. Even if you never intend to service your car yourself, you'll find that owning a Bentley Manual will help you to discuss repairs more intelligently with your service technician.
The Volkswagen Jetta, Golf, GTI: 1993-1999 Cabrio: 1995-2002 Service Manual is a comprehensive and up-to-date source of maintenance and repair information for Volkswagen "A3" platform models sold in the USA and Canada. Engines covered in this Volkswagen repair manual: * 1.8L turbo gasoline (code ACC) * 1.9L diesel (codes AAZ, 1Z, AHU) * 2.0L gasoline(code ABA) * 2.8L gasoline (code AAA) Transmissions covered in this Volkswagen repair manual (removal, installation and external service): * 020 and 021 5-speed transmission * 096 and 01M 4-speed automatic
Electrical issues in European cars can be intimidating. The Hack Mechanic Guide to European Automotive Electrical Systems shows you how to think about electricity in your car and then take on real-world electrical problems. The principles discussed can be applied to most conventional internal-combustion-engined vehicles, with a focus on European cars spanning the past six decades.Drawing on The Hack Mechanic's wisdom and experience, the 38 chapters cover key electrical topics such as battery, starter, alternator, ignition, circuits, and relays. Through a practical and informal approach featuring hundreds of full-color illustrations, author Rob Siegel takes the fear-factor out of projects like making wire repairs, measuring voltage drops, or figuring out if you have a bad fuel pump relay. Essential tools such as multimeters (DVOM), oscillosopes, and scan tools are discussed, with special attention given to the automotive multimeter needed to troubleshoot many modern sensors. You'll get step-by-step troubleshooting procedures ranging from safely jump starting a battery to diagnosing parasitic current drain and vehicle energy diagnosis. And you'll find detailed testing procedures for most problematic electrical components on your European car such as oxygen sensors, crankshaft and camshaft sensors, wheel speed sensors, fuel pumps, solenoids, and actuators. Reading wiring diagrams and decoding the German DIN standard are also covered.Whether you are a DIY mechanic or a professional technician, The Hack Mechanic Guide to European Automotive Electrical Systems will increase your confidence in tackling automotive electrical problem-solving.This book applies to gasoline and diesel powered internal combustion engine vehicles. Not intended for hybrid or electric vehicles.
The BMW 5 Series (E60, E61) Service Manual: 2004-2010 contains in-depth maintenance, service and repair information for the BMW 5 Series from 2004 to 2010. The aim throughout has been simplicity and clarity, with practical explanations, step-by-step procedures and accurate specifications. Whether you're a professional or a do-it-yourself BMW owner, this manual helps you understand, care for and repair your BMW. discuss repairs more intelligently with a professional technician. Models covered 525i and 530i * M54 engine (2004-2005) * N52 engine (2006-2007) 528i * N52K engine (2008-2010) 535i * N54 twin turbo engine (2008-2010) 545i * N62 V8 engine (2004-2005) 550i * N62 TU V8 engine (2006-2010)
Smokey Yunick's Power Secrets is a unique milestone from the acknowledged master of no-nonsense engine development. Henry "Smokey" Yunick is a living legend in racing circles, and in this book he explains race-engine preparation in the direct and unrelenting style that is his singular trademark. From carburetors to shop tools, Smokey tells it like it is. This book is a once-in-a-lifetime experience; a classic that you'll enjoy reading again and again.
For over 25 years Rob Siegel has written a monthly column called "The Hack Mechanic" for the BMW Car Club of America's magazine Roundel. In Memoirs of a Hack Mechanic, Rob Siegel shares his secrets to buying, fixing, and driving cool cars without risking the kids' tuition money or destroying his marriage. And that's something to brag about considering the dozens of cars, including twenty-five BMW 2002s, that have passed through his garage over the past three decades. With a steady dose of irreverent humor, Memoirs of a Hack Mechanic blends car stories, DIY advice, and cautionary tales in a way that will resonate with the car-obsessed (and the people who love them).