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Volkswagen Sharan (from 1995 to 2000, the year of issue)

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Volkswagen Sharan
VR6 engine
The two-liter engine (ADY)
Engine oil
A fuel injection system VR6 engine
The system Simos injection 2.0-liter engine
The ignition system
Manual 5-speed gearbox
The drive shafts
Removing and installing drive shaft
Repairing drive shaft
Power steering
Front suspension
Rear suspension
Diesel engine
The lubrication system of the diesel engine
The cooling system of the diesel engine
The power supply system of the diesel engine and turbocharger
Map service.

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The drive shafts

Shafts drive right and left wheels are differences. Wherein:
- External constant-velocity joint (CV joint) is the same for both drive shafts. If damaged, replace it entirely;
- Always replace the bolt shaft in the wheel hub;
- Left and right inner constant velocity joints are not the same, and in a car with automatic transmission internal hinge has a different structure (the so-called trehshipovoy joint) and is not suitable for mounting on a car with manual transmission;
- Lubricate the joints with special grease (see. Below);

Drive shafts
Fig. 258. The drive shafts: 1 - a collar; 2 - Case external SHRUS; 3 - a collar; 4 - an external constant velocity joints; 5 - a bolt; 6 - a collar; 7 - Protective inner CV joint; 8 - shock; 9 - the drive shaft; 10 - Belleville spring, when installing pay attention to the correctness of its position; 11 - thrust ring; 12 - a lock ring (always replace); 13 - left the inner CV joint; 14 - right inner CV joint on a car with an automatic transmission; 15 - drive shaft with internal trehshipovym hinge on a vehicle with automatic transmission; 16 - bolt 80 Nm; 17 - a collar; 18 - a protective cover inner CV joint (joint trehshipovoy)

- The difference between the drive shafts and joints are shown in Fig. 258.

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