I had the same problem on my and my sister-in-law 98 Jetta. It is the control box for the cruise control. You can look at eBay but I think there was known problems with them. I had mine and hers rebuilt for about $90/each and has been working flawlessly for 2 years.
The replacing took a little time maybe 45 minutes you have to pull the light switch on the dash and vent. There is only one bolt but a little hard to get at. You have to send them yours and they will send you one already rebuilt. You will also need the number of the controller to confirm with them.
Hope this helps
Its is the gas tank with the fuel filter.
The cruise control fuse on your 2000 VW Jetta simply lifts out. You can lift the fuse out with a fuse puller or needle nose pliers. The new fuse can simply be pushed in.
I believe you are referring to the cruise control light. This light means that the cruise control feature has been engaged.
A. There is no "Cruise Control Relay" per se. The power for the cruise control comes through fuse #14 in the fuse box. From there it goes to the Cruise Control Switch. However, the Cruise Control Module is above the Fuse/Relay box, behind the dash board. There is a special cruise control tester, VAG 1466, that Volkswagen plugs into the system to pinpoint malfunctions. I think it would be worth the money to just have Volkswagen check the system if you find the fuse is not the problem.
Could it be that you are just low on coolant?
if im not wrong this is for the cruise control,which tells the computer to turn cc off when the clutch it's pressed. just like when you press the brake and the cruise c. goes off.
how do you replacethe control arm left side in a 2002 vw jetta
keyless remote control to a 99 jetta?
try changing your ignition coil
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.
Eletronic Power Control
The speedometer needs to work in a vehicle for safety and informative reasons. The causes of it intermittently working could be the lack of electricity, or a problem with the sensor.Ê
EPC stands for Electronic Power Control
Part of the coil mounted to the fire wall
It is the "Anti Slip Regulator". Its a form of traction control.
remove cover under dashboard driverside.unplug the wire on top of it.give the switch a 1/4 to 1/2 turn and pull it out.the lower one on the brake pedal bracket is the brake switch the upper one is the cruise control switch
When I accidently set of the alarm on my 97 Jetta, I had to lock and then unlock the drivers side door(passenger side works too). This shuts off the alarm.
Trouble code P0702 means: Transmission Control System Electrical
Relay #428 under the hood is the ECM Power Control Relay.
The front crash sensor is located inside the airbag control module.
Jetta is a type of car.
most 97 jettas tend to have problems with automatic transmissions. I just traded in my '97 VW Jetta GLX towards a '04 Jetta GL. Here are all the problems I had with the '97 Jetta over the 4 years I owned it; Water pump was replaced, wiring in the doors to the windows went out (all of them), the motor to one of the back windows went out, heater core one day leaked all over my legs and had to replace, all the upper radiator hoses were disintegrating and had to replace, the fog lights worked half the time, the a/c quit, the cruise control quit, and the throttle body was going but I traded it. Even though I had all these problems with my car I still loved it. The motor was great at 150k miles and it was fun to drive. I'll be in a VeeDub for a while...
3rd generation Jetta.
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Blower motor, resistor, wiring or control problem are common causes