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Post by Dobbs on Wed Feb 19, 2014 12:41 pm

Hi,

I've got the Golf Mk4 Haynes manual but as it does not cover the V5 engine, can anyone point me at a workshop manual or a download that will help with V5 engine maintenance?

Many thanks in advance,

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Post by R444SPY on Fri Feb 21, 2014 1:46 am

Hi Dobbs,
I have just emailed you the V5 Workshop Manual in PDF format.
I hope that helps you out. It has helped me solve a few issue in regards to identifying things. Smile
thanks
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Post by Qu1ksilver on Tue Feb 25, 2014 10:58 am

Is this for the 170? This would be really useful! Could you email it to me too please?

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Post by R444SPY on Tue Feb 25, 2014 1:45 pm

It's the Workshop Manual for Golf 1998, Bora 1999, Engine code AGZ, Edition 10.97.
So it's only for the 150. Do you want it anyway? Can email it across. Let me know.
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Post by Qu1ksilver on Tue Feb 25, 2014 1:56 pm

yeah that would be great! the forum wont allow me to post my email on here tho?

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Post by R444SPY on Tue Feb 25, 2014 1:59 pm

It's my site mate so will email you directly. Wink
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Post by Qu1ksilver on Tue Feb 25, 2014 2:01 pm

aah perks of being the boss aye? haha. good effort on the site i'll be on here quite regularly with my 100k mile V5  tongue

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Post by R444SPY on Tue Feb 25, 2014 2:16 pm

Thanks mate, I know there are other good sites available for Golf and Mk4 and there is already a V5 forum out there but the plan was to rejuvenate interest in the V5 in regards to supercharging and turbo kits which are now available more freely. I think it is time for the V5 to take centre stage for a while. I have sent you an email with the manual attached, not sure if it's the whole manual but maybe help you a bit.
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Post by Qu1ksilver on Tue Feb 25, 2014 2:22 pm

great idea. thanks ive just recieved the email i'll check out the manual now. so how much do the turbo and supercharge kits cost? what sort of power gain is expected? and how much uprating of other parts etc is necessary? i'd love to do it to mine!

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Post by R444SPY on Tue Feb 25, 2014 2:34 pm

You are looking at £3-£4k gulp but you can probably source a lot of the parts yourself to save costs. If you look in the Turbo and Supercharger Forums you will see details appear. I have only added Carlicious in there at the moment who do both turbo and supercharger kits. SC kits are +50bhp, +90bhp, +120bhp although can vary depending on other mods you have. Speak to Inzor and see his thread as he has already done the Stage 2 +90 kit. DNA-Tuning can do your remaps and is part of the package. I am looking to do a custom build myself and have already approached a few companies directly to see if they have individual items off the shelf cheaper and also any refurbished parts. A stage 1 and 2 you will not need to do much other than move a few things around again speak to Inzor. A Stage 3 requires cooling. Some might say that £3-£4k isn't worth it and you should instead sell your V5 and buy an R32 or a VR6 and turbo it as it's easier and cheaper but then where is the fun in that. I think it's best to post a message in one of the turbo of supercharger forums to continue this conversation though, cheers.
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Re: Workshop manual advice

Post by Prof X on Mon Apr 14, 2014 3:15 pm

Does anyone have a copy of the workshop manual for the V5 AQN Engine (170) they could send me?

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V5 Golf Workshop Manual Request

Post by Jacksonrubix on Fri Apr 18, 2014 4:12 pm

Could I request a copy of the V5 workshop manual too please? I have an unusual electrical fault (open circuit on cylinder 2) that isn't coil pack, spark plug, or injector related. Any advice in advance would be amazing. Have spent 3 weekends on it already and now stumped. Manual may help to work my way back from the front end.
Many thanks in advance.

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Post by gr9driver on Sat Aug 30, 2014 10:05 pm

I too would be grateful for a copy of the workshop manual for the V5 150BHP model. I've just purchased one and it requires a few odd jobs (windows not motoring, tracking rods replacing) and this would be a great reference document for me.
Thanks in advance, James.

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Post by R444SPY on Mon Sep 01, 2014 1:23 am

Hi James, I have sent you an email with what I have. I'm not sure if it is the full manual but might hopefully help you to some degree. thanks
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AGZ Workshop manual

Post by pom2 on Sun Sep 28, 2014 10:40 am

R444SPY wrote:Hi James, I have sent you an email with what I have. I'm not sure if it is the full manual but might hopefully help you to some degree. thanks

Hi there could you please send me a copy of this manual or a link to download it?

1999 V5 Golf Manual 5Dr AGZ engine

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Post by R444SPY on Mon Sep 29, 2014 10:37 pm

Hi pom, I have emailed you what I have, not sure if it is a full manual but you may find it's contents useful.
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Post by R444SPY on Mon Sep 29, 2014 10:38 pm

Forgot to say welcome to the site pom!
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Re: Workshop manual advice

Post by C05M1N on Sat Feb 14, 2015 9:57 am

Hello everyone, just found out about this forum looking for a v5 manual. If someone is willing to share a manual it would be greately appreciated. The car is golf v5 aqn 170.
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Post by R444SPY on Sun Feb 15, 2015 9:29 pm

Hi C05M1N, unfortunately I do not have the workshop manual for the AQN model. I have emailed you the AGZ version which you may find some of it useful or not. thanks
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Re: Workshop manual advice

Post by PhilV5 on Sun Apr 12, 2015 7:11 pm

Hi,
any chance i could also have a copy of that manual please?

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Re: Workshop manual advice

Post by [elle] on Wed Jun 10, 2015 3:46 pm

Ho,
This manual might have answers to a lot of problems I am facing right now... Would need tightening torques for main and con-rod bearings...

Thanks in advance!

//elle

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work shop manual

Post by kiwidave on Wed Jul 08, 2015 6:12 pm

Hi all,

I've been looking online for a manual for the vr5 engine and came across your thread.

I have just bought a 2000 vr5 passat 2.3lt, i know its not a golf but still I hope you can help.

the head gasket has blown so now I'm in the process of taking the head off and I need some info on setting timing and removing the timing chain so when I get the head looked at or a new 1 have some idea on putting it back right.

it is a AGZ type.

thankful for any help

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AGN 170bhp v5 Bora W/Shop Manual

Post by Troy Hicks on Sat Jan 21, 2017 11:59 am

First off, Hi all,
Hoping someone has an AGN 170 manual, they would like to share with me, would be grealy appreciated.
Cheers, Troy

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