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Old September 5th, 2016, 06:53   #256
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Originally Posted by LLL View Post
I read all the threads and if I understood, changing the top cover seal need no hammer mode,
no VAG-COM... just replace the seal, fasten the cover back, crank the engine and you are good to go, right?
Yes, you are correct.

But I have found that seal rarely leaks. Usually the pump leaks from the Quantity Adjuster seal below it, which does require a Vag-Com to set properly.
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