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The 1997 VW Jetta air conditioning condenser drain hose can be found on the bottom of the air conditioner compressor. The drain hose will direct condensation to the bottom of the engine compartment.
oil drain plug vw jetta 2002
There are two ports to recharge the air conditioner in a 1998 VW Jetta. Follow the Air Conditioner lines to the firewall, the lower one is on the passenger side near the strut tower.
The 2006 VW Jetta oil drain plug will be on the bottom of the oil pan. You can remove the drain plug with a 9/16 wrench.
19mm on my 03 vw jetta 2.0
The air conditioner fuse for a 2006 VW Jetta 2.5 is located in the engine compartment. It is inside a water tight box along the right side of the wall.
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Define 1997 Jetta: GL, GT, TDI, GLS or GLX model?
Should be on the rear or side of the oil pan
Bottom of the engine on the oil pan.
why steam come out from the air conditioner exit , in a vw Jetta 1998 when engine gets hot
Take drain plug out from bottom of pan. Fill thru the vent tube until fluid comes out of the drain.
To properly charge the air conditioner you need gauges and a refrigeraant recovery system.
It's on the bottom of the engine. You'll see the oil pan (smooth, rounded edges) and the drain plug on one of the bottom edges problem is, you need to remove several T20 torx fasteners and the car's belly pan to access the oil drain bolt (should be 19mm wrench) on the Jetta.
I had this problem on a 97 Jetta. There is a U shaped cut out in the insulation on the firewall and when you lift it up, there should be a rubber piece attached to the metal of the firewall. It feels like a plug but there is a flap that you can lift up to allow the water to drain. There was a rubber band in mine that caused it to plug.
On a 96, it is on the passenger side under dash and pokes through firewall.
Take the skid plate of the bottom of the engine compartment. The oil drain plug is located on the back center of the oil pain. It's a 19mm bolt.
To add the transmission fluid you will first need to allow the Jetta to warm up. Once warmed up place in park, access the transmission drain plug, and then refill.
A 2005 Jetta holds 5.1 Quarts of oil. It is recommended when changing oil to check the dipstick when refilling as all of the oil may not drain, so you don't overfill.
It's the 1st one marked as "1" in the main relay cluster, right above the fuses under the dash.
Remove the engine oil drain plug. Remove the oil filter. Put back in drain plug. Lube the new oil filter gasket and then install. Then add new engine oil.
It is on the firewall under the hood. The metal insulation shield has a cut out that just need to be pulled up some so the water can drain out. The cut out looks like a light bulb.