The Volkswagen Rabbit, GTI: 2006-2009 Repair Manual on DVD-ROM contains the repair information provided by Volkswagen to their factory-trained technicians, making it an invaluable resource for the Volkswagen GTI or Rabbit (A5G platform) owner. It provides clear & complete step-by-step procedures to help you understand, care for, and repair your 2006 through 2009 Volkswagen GTI or Rabbit. Wiring diagrams, component locations, campaign circulars and technical bulletins are also included in this manual.
6 Spd. Direct Shift Automatic Transmission 02E Front Wheel Drive
6 Spd. Automatic Transmission 09G Front Wheel Drive
6 Spd. Automatic Transmission 02E All Wheel Drive
eBahn Desktop repair manuals offer a convenient way to view a wide variety of technical automotive repair information on your PC. From repair procedures to Diagnostic Trouble Codes, eBahn Desktop repair manuals enable its users to easily access service and repair information that vehicle manufacturers supply to their dealer technicicans.
Good Product But Beware!
By Brutus - April 1, 2009
I have this exact CD and when it's installed it works great! However, if you forget to "Deactivate" it before re-installing your operating system you have to contact support to get a new activation code every time your computer crashes and you have to format/re-install. Right now I am not using this program b/c I am tired of contacting support for an activation code. Maybe it's just me but it seems I have to format or re-install Windows XP every 6 months or so due to lockups and blue screens of death, etc.. In short, just be aware that the activation process is a pain if your Windows PC experience is anything less than zen.
Almost completely worthless
By Garth Snyder - August 7, 2012
Let's suppose, hypothetically speaking, that you've run the gauntlet of eBahn's draconian DRM debacle and have installed a virtual PC system such as VMWare so that you can run an OS that eBahn will actually work on. (You DO have a spare, unused copy of Windows XP lying around, right?)
Once you've reached the light at the end of this long tunnel, you're golden, right? Nope. The documentation is disorganized, the search function doesn't work very well, and the diagrams are sub-screen resolution and nonenlargeable. In some cases, only one side of the car is shown even when left and right sides are not symmetrical.
So far I've changed a couple of exterior lamps and replaced the air filter. I can't imagine doing anything more complicated with only this turkey of a shop manual to guide me.
The outrageous price just adds insult to injury.
The question is: do you really have an alternative? As far as I can tell, you don't. Only a captive market... read more
Sets pretty low bar for ease of use
By Roger Hsueh - May 5, 2011
Software doesn't run in Windows 7. I had to create a Vmware virtual machine for it.
* Organization is primitive.
For example, the index pane (on left hand side) has one entry for "maintenance" and then you have to scroll through the list of maintenance items on the right hand side to find what you want.
Shouldn't the different maintenance items all have their own headings on the index?
* No way to save bookmarks. Every time you start the eBahn reader you have to start by entering year, model, engine code all over again.