The firing order for a 1999 VW Jetta with a VR6 engine is 1, 4, 3, 6, 2, 5. The number one cylinder is typically on the front left as you face the car.
jetta 2001 vr6 code p1151
174hp 172lb ft torque
You can buy a Jetta VR6 for example on eBay or carsforsale. Or search a carshop near by you and asked for a Jetta VR6. I am sure you will find you dream car.
Answer195/50/15The question specified a 2001 VW Jetta VR6 GLS THESE are 205/55/16s.
2000 Jetta VR6 has a timing chain, NOT a timing belt
I just had the thermostat housing replaced on my 99 Jetta VR6. It's on the right (driver's) side of the engine block. The battery and battery tray should be removed to get access to the thermostat.
Firing order is 1-5-3-6-2-4 Click the link for a diagram.
mine is very poor. 125 miles on a full tank.
master cylinder on the gearbox vr6
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.
Castrol Synthetic oil, that's the oil i use for mine.
yes. vr6 (glx) jettas have a hydraulic clutch.
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.
I don't know if the same applies to the VR6 but on the 1.8T you can find the oil filter by centering your self under the front of the car. Directly behind the radiator is the oil filter about midway up the car. Hoses can get in the way and block you from seeing it sometimes. Hope this helps. My brother has a regular 2.0 jetta, and I got a jetta VR6. The location of the oil filter is different on the VR6 here is a link to find it. http://forums.vwvortex.com/showthread.php?1749962
it has 2
No it doesn't is has a VR6 (V6)
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Yes I own one. The golf vr6 is not DOHC but the Jetta is.
the top speed on my vr6 is 177mph ive personally done it.
VR6 12v-175hp around 170lbs of torque VR6 24v-200hp around 180lbs of torque