VW Passat repair


+ 1. Ekspluatatsiiya of the car
+ 2. Maintenance
+ 3. Engines
+ 4. Cooling system
+ 5. Power supply system
+ 6. Ignition system
+ 7. Coupling
+ 8. Transmission
+ 9. Drive of forward wheels
+ 10. Suspension brackets
+ 11. Steering
+ 12. Brake system
+ 13. Wheels and tires
+ 14. Systems of heating, ventilation and conditioning
- 15. Electric equipment
   + 15.1. Technical characteristics
   15.2. Security measures at work with electric equipment
   + 15.3. Detection of not closed chain
   + 15.4. Storage battery
   + 15.5. Generator
   + 15.6. Starter
   15.7. Block of safety locks and relay
   15.8. Replacement of the lock of ignition
   + 15.9. Switches
   + 15.10. Combination of devices
   + 15.11. Internal lighting and lighter
   + 15.12. Headlights
   + 15.13. Windscreen cleaner
   15.14. Windscreen washers
   15.15. Cleaner of back glass
   + 15.16. Central lock
   - 15.17. Hatch
      15.17.1. Removal of the panel of the hatch
      15.17.2. Installation of the panel of the hatch
      15.17.3. Adjustment of a cover of the hatch on height
      15.17.4. Adjustment of the mechanism of a drive of a cable and parallelism of a cover of the hatch
      15.17.5. Adjustment of a closed position of the hatch
      15.17.6. Drainage equipment of the hatch
      15.17.7. Manual opening and hatch closing
+ 16. Body
+ 17. Electric circuits


Repair B3-B4/Passat B3-B4 Volkswagen Passat>> Electric equipment>> Hatch>> Drainage equipment of the hatch

Fig. 15.77. Arrangement of forward drainage hoses of the hatch: 1–forward drainage hoses; 2–drain tube


Drainage hoses are mounted on four corners of a gutter surrounding the hatch and pass through a roof and along window racks of a body. Forward drainage hoses 1 (fig. 15.77) are laid along a rack of a windscreen and a forward doorway, forward drain tubes 2 leave behind the protective panel of a forward wing. Back drainage hoses 1 (fig. 15.78) are laid along a rack of back glass, and back drain tubes 2 have an exit to lateral face of a body near a ventilating window 3 behind a rear bumper. For cleaning of drainage tubes it is possible to use a flexible rope in length about 90 cm, for example, an old rope of a drive of a speedometer. For cleaning of forward drainage hoses the rope is necessary for pushing from top to down. For cleaning of back drainage hoses — from below up.

Fig. 15.78. Arrangement of back drainage hoses of the hatch: 1–back drainage hoses; 2–drain tube; 3–ventilating window









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