since 1997 of release

Repair and car operation

Foltsvagen Golf 4
+ 1. Maintenance instruction
- 2. Engine
   - 2.1. Petrol engines
      2.1.1. Technical characteristics
      2.1.2. Removal and installation of the bottom mudguard of a motor compartment
      + 2.1.3. Engine 1,6-/1,8-I
      + 2.1.4. Engine 1,4-I
      + 2.1.5. The engine 2,3 - I-VR5
      2.1.6. Compression check in engine cylinders
      + 2.1.7. Removal and installation of a poliklinovy belt
      - 2.1.8. Recommendations about engine oils Viscosity of oil All-weather oils Oil with the increased lubricant properties Classes of viscosity and range of use of oil Engine oils
      + 2.1.9. Circulation of engine oil
      2.1.10. Check of pressure of oil and sensor of pressure of oil
      2.1.11. Removal and installation of the oil pallet
      2.1.12. Engine start after major maintenance
      2.1.13. Diagnostics of malfunctions of the engine
      2.1.14. Main malfunctions of system of greasing
   + 2.2. Diesel engines
+ 3. Cooling system
+ 4. Fuel system
+ 5. Exhaust system
+ 6. Ventilation and heating system
+ 7. Coupling
+ 8. Transmission
+ 9. Suspension brackets and power shafts
+ 10. Steering
+ 11. Wheels and tires
+ 12. Brake system
+ 13. Body
+ 14. Electric equipment and electroschemes All-weather oils


In engines of cars it is preferable to use all-weather oils. Advantage of all-weather oils consists that it is not necessary to choose them seasonally. They are made on the basis of liquid one-seasonal oil (type 10W). In a warm condition this oil is stabilized by a so-called thickener that provides the corresponding lubricant qualities of oil at all temperatures. When using all-weather oil it is necessary to apply modern grades with a wide temperature range of viscosity, for example, 10W-40, 15W-50.

The letter W ("winter" – winter) in designation of SAE characterizes suitability of oil for use during the winter period.