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Well, I spend like an hour trying to figure this out.

I couldn't find much info online,

I removed some panels looking to get to the top nut of the shock, I removed the top panel in the back of the car, the rear seat belt panel, but I decided not to remove the side panels inside the trunk.

I noticed two bolts on the outside, easily accessible from the tire area. Are these the two bolts I need to remove the darn rear shock on the Jetta 2003?

If that's the case, I am putting a video on you tube, the info I found talked about removing panles.

I want to make sure this is the right way.

do I need any specials tools for the remaining part of the project?

Thanks,
 

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VWvortex.com was very useful when I still had a jetta. Also there is a member here (btw1549) who works as a tech (I think he's a tech) at a VW/Audi place. He could tell you what you'll need too probably. HTH
 
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