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Volkswagen Exhaust Gasket Parts

Volkswagen is the principle automaker in Germany and is in the top three in the world. VW has had three of their vehicle lines in the top 10-bestseller list and continues to manufacture them. Volkswagen is also ranked third in distributing the most dollars in the market to be allocated toward the research and development of new technologies. They have a vast line up with high quality products, and more specifically, with their exhaust gasket parts and components. Your Volkswagen’s exhaust manifold gasket seals the exhaust to your engine block. Normally, the only time you would have to replace this gasket is when you find a leak. After you have taken off the exhaust, you need to know the correct way to change the gasket so that you do not end up with more leaks in your exhaust. It is simple to make minor errors when replacing this gasket, so take your time. First, rub off the old gasket substances from the mating surfaces of the exhaust manifold and engine block. Wash these mating surfaces with a wire brush. Make sure to take off all of the old gasket substances, as there cannot be any leftover material on any of these surface areas. Clean up the mating surfaces with a clean rag and add some sealant to the engine block and exhaust manifold mating areas. If you have questions about Volkswagen’s exhaust gasket parts or components, the FCP Euro team and website are here for any questions or advice you need.

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You are now ready to set your Volkswagen’s gasket over the exhaust manifold and push it against the sealant when the sealant is tacky. You will have around half a minute to 60 seconds prior to the sealant becoming tacky. At this point, press the exhaust manifold to the engine block and join the manifold to the engine block bolt and secure them with a socket wrench. Overall, the job of your Volkswagen’s catalytic converter is to defuse some of the harmful exhaust gases before they get into our atmosphere. Exhaust gases that get out of your VW’s system before going through the catalytic converter have a harsher smell than those that flow out of your tailpipe. If a hefty exhaust smell is in your engine compartment, examine your exhaust gaskets to see if any of them are damaged and are permitting the unnecessary exhaust fumes getting into the engine well. For detailed data about taking off and changing the exhaust manifold gasket on your vehicle, check out your specific Volkswagen manual. FCP Euro's practiced and educated call center staff is available and ready to answer any questions you have or support you may need. If you are unsure about which exhaust gasket part or component is required for your Volkswagen, FCP has a robust line up for the Volkswagen brand. Check out the FCP Euro website for all parts, as well as our updated inventory. If you have questions, would like to put in a phone order, or just have feedback, do not waver in giving FCP Euro a call at 877-634-0063 to connect with our service friendly team.

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