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2000 Jetta VR6 has a timing chain, NOT a timing belt
All VR6 models have a timing chain
Yes I own one. The golf vr6 is not DOHC but the Jetta is.
5 hours !
Yes you can. They can handle a super charger as well.
.028 is the spark plug gap.
look on the door jam of your vehicle or on the door itself
i have a 1994 m3 golf vr6 what is the normal running temparatre
The solenoid electrical sensor is responsible for allowing a shift in gears. The sensor in a Jetta VR6 can be fixed by a dealer mechanic.
it has a chain not belt
It is located on the front right side of the engine slightly underneath it
i also own a 96 passat GLX VR6 and it is alot of work to change the alternator in a vr6 you pretty much have to take the front of the car off you need to remove the headlights to get to the raidator then you have to remove the radator to get to the alternator from there its a pretty simple process you need to remove the belt from the alternator then remove the bolts that hold it on and put the new one on and use a screwdriver to replace the belt onto your new alternator then you have to put the whole front of the car back on hope that helps
The oil dipstick is located in the engine compartment on the front of the engine. The oil dipstick handle is yellow.
Yes, the transmission is maintenance free. No fluid changes required.
Turn the headlight switch clockwise, then pull out the switch. An owner's manual is a good thing to read.
Transmission has to be removed for any work carried out on timing chain, but the tensioner has been the problem before for me and it can be changed easly. If tensioner is removed for inspection make sure that if it is ok that you empty oil from tensioner by inserting 0.8mm wire through drill hole then compress plunger. If there isn't a drill hole just insert as is.
205/50 R15 is the tire size
you get to buy a new engine for at least 5000 bucks
Go to talk remote starts installers, they will help you for sure.
on the vr6 engine the factory thermostat is 180 but the engine should not get over 210 at 180 the thermostat starts to open and is fully open at 195
Replacing the timing chain, on your 2001 Volkswagen Jetta, is very detailed and complicated. A detailed description of the task can be obtained from the auto-parts store of which you purchase. The timing chain.
Depends on the motor it has but anywhere from 3 to 4 1/2 hours for the1.8,1.9 tdi unless its the vr6 then 5 to 7 hours...