Fuel Sending Unit, runs into the motor block at the FRONT of the motor (tricky one here, had it happen to mine)....It is no more than a flat piece of metal that reacts to air-flow and fuel pressure as needed. However, this part goes bad over a period of time because of excess heat from the block. It is very easy to fix and relatively cheap (14-20 dollars at the most) Good Luck
Even though you replaced the coil, it may be bad. You should test that first. If the coil is okay, it could be that the ignition wires need to be replaced.
I just had a similar problem on my 2003 jetta. They replaced the bulbs and it turns out to be a faulty break light switch as well. Make sure to get it checked ASAP otherwise your shifter could get stuck in park.
Do you use a K&N airfilter?
yes they need turned or replaced, 65;
I recently had a water pump replaced in my 1999.5 Jetta. The pump is located in the block with the timing belt. It is recommended that the water pump be replaced at the same time as that belt because of where it is. Vw did this so that if the serpentine belt broke, you could still get to safety without warping the engine block because of over heating because the water pump was no longer functioning.
If the motor is rebuilt I think that maybe a sensor wasnt connected
If you Catalatic Converter its on the exhaust... could be before or after the Muffler, I am not sure with the Jetta. But its located on the exhaust system.
The dealer will typically charge you close to $1000. You could do it yourself however for less than half that amount. I too have a '02 Jetta 2.0 liter and have had it replaced twice now and am getting ready to do it again. This is due to the oil blow by of the bad rings on the engine.
The epc light in your VW Jetta could be on for many reasons. Your VW Jetta may need a new brake light or it could need an O2 sensor. The best thing to do is take it to a mechanic so they can properly diagnose the problem.
No it will not, The front brake rotors are out of round. Needs replaced are turned, both rotors.
Your flasher relay box may need to be replaced, but could also be an electrical short.
the radiator was replaced and the fluids are still evaporating or leaking out somehow. what other options could be wrong with the car overheating?
Wires have developed skin effect and need to be replaced due to poor resiprosity between coil and plugs. Could also be some basic worn spots.
Try getting the PCV pipe replaced. Mine had a problem with it conking-out at stops and on turns and that turned-out to be the problem. It could also be a vacuum leak.
This may be a wheel bearing problem.
Probably any normal thing like not enough Radiator Fluid or something is wrong with your radiator or a head gasket leak could cause the radiator fluid loss. Does this Help?
well there could be a number of reasons that it would do that if you have coils it could be a fuse but it could also be a timing belt
There could be a belt broken in one of the tires. The rotors may also need turned or even replaced.
Be sure the interior light over-ride switch is not turned off or the fuse is not blown.
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Compressor locked up.
Could be bad muffler bearings.
i just replaced my rotors on my 97 ranger , they werepitted and warp and could not be turned