Traditional method Oil Change Instructions For VW 1.9 TDI

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This document provides instructions on changing the oil and filter on a VW 1.9 TDI engines. All the pictures here are taken from my 2001 New Beetle with automatic transmission. Golfs and Jettas are slightly different from the images. And manual transmissions have a full cover on the belly pan. Automatics have a cutout on the belly pan. It exposes the transmission. There is a drain plug readily visible that a quick lube place can be confused about. I have heard stories that they remove it and a dark red fluid comes out. You do not want this to happen as you can’t drive it. You will have to have it towed to the dealership. Or you can do it yourself with instructions written by Drivbiwire to deal with it. You can find the ATF change instructions on the TDIClub.

Alright let’s get going. First of all, you want a warm to hot engine. Then you want to put the car on ramps. I guess we should cover the materials first. Materials: • VW approved oil (not necessary to have VW stamp on it but meets or exceeds rating.) • Rags or paper towels. • Latex gloves or similar disposable gloves • Oil filter (It should include two O rings) • Crush washer (optional on older engines) • Torx T-25 driver for belly pan • 19mm socket for oil drain plug • 10mm socket for engine cover. • 10mm wrench for engine cover (Beetles only) • Small screwdriver for engine cover caps • Torque wrench to tighten drain plug • Needle nose pliers to remove O rings • 76mm x 14 flute oil wrench (helpful otherwise an oil wrench strap will do. BTW, a 74mm will not fit. 76 will fit but it can slip if at slight angle.) • Funnel to help pour oil (optional but it is helpful on a Beetle) • Oil drain pan (need to catch oil coming out) • Turkey baster (optional) Download free Traditional method Oil Change Instructions For VW 1.9 TDI here

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