yes, i had a 2000 wolfsburg and put on 03 jettas
Idk. I replaced the thermal sensor on mine I also have a 98 jetta didn't work. So it's either the fan switch or the control module fan relay.
4.7 us Quarts this includes the filter
On a 2001 VW Jetta 1.8T (AWW) Wolfsburg Ed. it's right next to your intake manifold.
i have a 2.0L 2000 jetta and it did the same thing, I had to have the throttle body and 02 sensor replaced.
Was it coolant? Possibly a leaking heater core.
Volkswagen has a hardwired cooling system in a good number of their models, the cooling fan will run several minutes after driving. Especially if the engine is overheated, you can expect the fan to resume after it has initially shut off... So make sure to disconnect the battery before any repairs following running the engine. Brandon 1990 volkswagen jetta gl 1.86 carrat Wolfsburg edition
According to VW website, 6.9 seconds manual transmission. Automatic is 7.2 seconds.
On top of the battery
how do you replacethe control arm left side in a 2002 vw jetta
A standard Jetta has a 170-horsepower 2.5-liter inline five-cylinder. The Wolfsburg Jetta is turbocharged and this gives you 200 hp. They also come with the 2 liter TDI turbodiesel engine which produces 140 hp and gives you 41 mpg on the highway.
keyless remote control to a 99 jetta?
Check the discussion page.
It can be a number of things. Take it to a garage.
== == Go to a Volkswagen dealer, and ask the parts department to copy it out of their master book, for a small price.
It is a 19mm nut located on the lower back side of the oil pan. The oil filter is in the front.
Yes it's a German car. But they could be assembled in: Germany, Wolfsburg Bosnia and Herzegovina, Sarajevo Mexico, Puebla South Africa, Uitenhage
The fan control module is inside the main (larger/left) fan motor. It requires replacement of the entire fan. Your secondary fan may still work. Bench test it to confirm.
A P1296 code means that there is a cooling system malfunction
No, the pump does not have to be removed. Easily replaced in 1 hour. Replace the coolant and flush the cooling system when doing this.
Begin by removing the heater control cover. Take hold of the lightbulb, push in and turn at the same time. The lightbulb will come out and can be replaced in the same manner.
When operating properly, the cooling fan stays on until the temperature drops to normal.
The fan fuses are located besides cooling reservoir
its is you tachnometer that needs to be reseated or replaced.
The EPC on a Jetta is the electronic powertrain control system. This is the traction system of the vehicle that detects if you are on ice or water covered roadways.