Air conditioner does not work, noises from engine compartment
Volkswagen Technical Product Information # 2023580/1 Repair Operation # 87 34 01 99 Release Date: 29-Jun-2010
Air conditioning does not work.
Noises from the engine compartment.
Pulley bolt works it’s way free from compressor shaft creating noise and eventually failure of the compressor.
The Climatronic display on the Mark VI Golfs (and others that use the same system) has a heap of information that can be accessed like the Mark V.
Golk Mark V Information is here – Volkswagen Climatronic Information – Mark V
To access the information follow the steps as shown on the image.
Hold down […]
Sanden’s PX series next generation swash plate compressors are variable controlled for maximum environmental benefit, these compressors replace the Zelex and Valeo compressors that are prone to early failures – Volkswagen Golf, GTI, Passat, Jetta and Eos Air Conditioner Compressor Failure.
The PXE16 has a minimum displacement of 4.9cc, a maximum displacement of 163cc, maximum […]
The air quality sensor detects noxious substances in the ambient air (primarily petrol and/or diesel fumes). t The Climatronic control unit -J255- evaluates the signal from the air quality sensor -G238-. The air conditioning system is actuated depending on the degree and manner of ambient air pollution. At an ambient temperature higher than approx. +2° […]
Early Air Conditioner compressors manufacturered by Zelex/Valeo and installed in the Golf, Passat, Jetta and Eos until June 2007 have a reasonably good chance of early failure due to a lubrication problem inside the compressor. This causes metal fatigue and eventually the breakage of the compresser shaft which distributes metal particles around the system.
The Climatronic display on the Mark V Golfs has a wealth of information that can be easily accessed. The information below has been put together from bits and pieces, the original document was translated into another language and I’ve attempted to translate from that, as I find errors I’ll clean them up.