The horn is honking because the lower bearing in your steering column and the contacts are touching when you turn the wheel. It will need to be taken apart but unfortunatly thet bearing and race is no longer available from VW. Get a good mechanic and he will find somthing that will work.
unreliable. the anti theft screws me. i can't even get my own car started. it just keeps honking.
what year and what engine??
it needs to be replaced
Flapper in tank sticking or not seating properly. Needs replaced.
depends what part is blown. most likely the ouput transistors. in that case, just get them replaced. if it keeps happening, get them replaced with heavier duty transistors.
There is an overcurrent situation in the circuit, could be a wire shorted to ground.
Needs the seals replaced
they need replaced,check out www.zcentre.co.uk
Check or replace the socket
Seems to be pretty logical, doesn't it?
I also have had trouble with my battery and alternator with my 92 Cabriolet. If the car sits for a couple of days the battery will be so dead the car won't start. I have replaced both parts more than once with no change. I don't have an answer for you but wonder if there is some problem with this year of the Cabriolet.I have an 83 Cabriolet that has the same issues. My alternator is fine, it's been replaced twice and checked 3 times so it's not the alternator itself. Check the wiring, especially grounds, it's a good idea to replace them if they are originals, they easily could be the culprits. Also it might very well be the voltage regulator, if it's not working the way it should it can mess up the juice going into your alternator making it dysfunctional. Check fuses and relays too. All of these are pretty cheap to fix and aren't hard to do yourself. Go to Autozone and have them test your alternator, it's a very good way to finding if something going to your alternator is not working properly.
Need to check your idlers and tensioners. You should of replaced them at same time.
check throttle plate builds up with carbon
Take away its cigarettes
most 1995 jettas had that problem, the lock will eventually fall through the door and you will have to get it replaced.
The flapper in the bottom of the tank needs to be replaced or the chain going to it is too short.
Idle air control? Fuel pump? Coil?
The idler pulley or tensioner pulley?
The gas cap is loose and needs to be replaced.
"was having charging system problem so alternator was replaced now car keeps flooding and won`t fire.
because the castle was made out of wood so it would be easy to burn
he tensioner keeps the right amount of tension on the belt. If it is lose, the tensioner needs replaced.
Thermostat needs to be replaced, it is not opening (most common). Is electric fan on radiator running normally from time to time?
Have you had your 4 oxygen sensors replaced? It turns out when they replaced my oxygen sensors, they were after market parts so the service engine light did not come and gave codes even though they were replaced.
Replace the Thermostat, and bleed all air from the cooling system.