The windows and lights might not work on a Jetta if there is a blown fuse. Also check for moisture in the area beneath the controls for each as moisture could have caused corrosion of the wiring.
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.
Could be the problem your having is not computer related.
I had this exact problem with my 2003 jetta tdi. There is a central security module in the car, which went bad in my case. The sunroof wouldn't work, power locks would try to lock then unlock, windows wouldn't work, dome lights also. I had the module replaced for a little over $400 (used). Be careful if you get a used one like I did, because now the keyfob will not work.
You can't. You could run it on a Linux virtual machine inside windows though.
Could be "service engine soon" light indicating a problem with emission system - have vehicle scanned to determine problem
One could visit the official website. Perhaps there are some answers about the existing problem. One could also buy a book about windows 7. Sometimes the problem can also be solved by "trial and error".
That depends a lot on what problem you want to solve.
The problem is inside the speedo and has to go to a speedo shop to be repaired.
Could be heater core is starting to leak
An electrical problem.
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.
Check wiring in door jam to door.
possibly check for a blown fuse , otherwise it could be a bad problem
one thing you could try if your back seat folds forward mine does I have a 96 then push from the inside
your horn is not working, the alarm has a different horn.
No it does not catch fire, I have several glass sculptures on my windows, I'm assuming these are on the inside of the windows, unless your inside temp inside the home gets to the point of high heat, then it will or could melt. But no worries, they are very safe.
If a window was left open then condensation could have formed an frozen. If not then something is on the inside of the windows and will need to be cleaned. Try washing the windows with a spray bottle with white vinegar and wipe with newspaper pages instead of rags. This should remove whatever is on the glass.
There are many things that could cause hesitation on acceleration in a vehicle. It could be the fuel pump, the gas pump, fuel pump relay, or an electrical problem.
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.
Windows not working in the winter could just be frozen...try parking inside for a day, or try checking your fuses. Could be a combination... windows froze so fuse blew when trying open them.
The small narrow windows are for archers to shoot arrows from. If you go inside you would find a cove type space where a archer could sit.
It could be one of several health problems, if the problem persists or recurs see a doctor.
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