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Custom VW Tool Set, Sonic Tools

Published on July 18, 2016 under Humble Mechanic

For a limited time all Humble Mechanic fans get 25% off this rail. AND ALL SONIC TOOLS!
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The folks at Sonic Tools and I worked hard to develop a custom tool rail for VW. This rail was designed by me, and assembled by Sonic Tools. We wanted to put together a simple set of tools to help VW techs, and enthusiasts have tools they need at the ready. This tool rail consists of 10 tools. You won’t be able to fix every issue with this kit, but it will get you through most jobs. You can check out the VW Tool Rail here. In the kit you will get:sonic 3

  • 1/4 Drive
    10mm socket
    13mm socket
    T20 Torx
    T25 Torx
    T30 Torx
  • 3/8 Drive
    5mm Allen
    6mm Allen
    M6 Triple Square
    M8 Triple Square
    M10 Triple Square

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11 Comments

  1. Carl

    VW Viewed my 2006 Jetta since last year Fall and refused to replaced the fenders sating they were worked on before an the pain thickness exceeds their specks, the rear fenders also the L & R Rocker panels were not covered also, only the hood and trunk that haven’t worked on before, this Jetta is a TDI and I am getting over 1100 KM per tank since I done some work on it myself, before this I was making between 850 and 1000 KM per tank, I replaced the fuel filter and housing besides regular Oil and filters change, the only different thing this time is the fuel filter housing were leaking after the filter change so I replace the unit.

  2. Anthony

    I currently had a bad run in with my dealership doing simple repairs on my 2014 jetta 1.8t se . Long story short id like to learn how to change the oil in my 1.8t se jetta, ive already bought the sockets. So if anyone can give me a step by step would be awesome. Also does anyone know how to decarb a 2014 engine? Also does the 1.8t se have a timing chain or a belt?? Hope you guys can help. This is my very first jetta

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