I'll guess to say the O2 sensors (switched or in the wrong positions.....) Volkswagen will tell you that it's a system 2 error...which then you'll have to bring it in for a full diagnostic .....hummm $$$$$$$$$ (no thanks) I've got the same problem right now and can't seem to get a straight answer without spending a bunch of $$ to have it diagnosed. This problem with the p1128 code occurs when you have a bad mass airflow sensor because this problem happened to my VW Jetta 1.8t and i first changed the o2 sensor and the code poped back up so I finally figured the problem was my mass airflow sensor.. guaranteed a %100.. good luck and thank me later. ok i know this sounds basic and a bit patronising but the p1128 code means Long Term Fuel B1 System Too Lean i currently work in the motor trade as a fuel specialist including over 12 yrs with crypton, sun, bosch tuners, rolling road, turbos, chipping and frequent weber and bosch for tech update training,
Volkswagen Jetta TDI.
A generator belt on a 2003 Volkswagen Jetta costs approximately fifteen dollars to replace for the part only. Labor pricing would increase the total cost.
A Volkswagen Jetta radiator fan is controlled by a fan relay. If the relay malfunctions the fan could either stay on or not work at all. An engine diagnostic would be recommended.
Asking your Volkswagon dealer would be a great start as to where you can test drive a Jetta wagon. In fact, the dealer there might even let you test drive a Jetta wagon there, if he or she has one.
If you want to remove a fuel pump from the tank of a Volkswagen Jetta 3, you first need to drop the tank. This means the tanks has to be completely removed from the vehicle before the pump can be removed.
I DO NOT KNOW IF I WAS A MECHANIC I WOULD BE WORKING AS ONE
It depends on the year, the current Jetta 2005.5 - Present is a 5 x 112 The previous body style would be 5 x 100
There are many things that could be causing a loss of power. Some of the main things would be damaged wiring, drained battery, bad starter, bad alternator and bad solenoid.
It could be the keyswitch or the starter solenoid.
I had the same problem with my car a couple of months ago. I would try calling your local Volkswagen dealership...chances are, it is a warranty issue and it will be free of charge!
Volkswagen had really good success in selling their jetta, Beatles and bug models of the vehicle. The Volkswagen bug did very well in the 70s and the new model called the Beatle is currently selling very well.
"A new Volkswagen Jetta should be between 15,000 and 24,000 US dollars. the price of a used one would depend on the seller, the year model and, the condition of the vehicle."
A 2002 VW Jetta with the 2.0 liter engine takes 4.2 quarts of oil. 4 would probably be fine.
A great idea would be to do some research online. There is a webpage at www.shearcomfort.com/Volkswagen/Jetta-Seat-Covers.asp that has a variety of seat covers that include plain black, and they offer free shipping.
UR ALARM IS MALFUNCTIONING
Same thing happened on my 2000 Jetta. I took the cover off the inside of the trunk lid and found that the plastic peg that the solenoid hits had broken off. I am now searching for the part to see how hard it is to replace. I have a feeling I will have to buy the whole mechanism.
One can purchase parts for a Volkswagen Jetta at an auto yard or an auto shop. An auto yard would be a good way to get one cheap, as the part is used, but an auto shop would sell new parts at a higher price.
Consult a Local Transmission Shop
One item on your car to look at would be it's alternator, which may need to be replaced. When it begins to shut itself off, or idle real hard, try pressing your foot on the gas pedal, to keep the engine busy.
Ok, If i remember right. when you pull the radio out of the dash with the VW Key, The fuse should be on the back of the Radio. Hope This Helps
Try ebay. We recently got this: "Volkswagen Gti, Golf, Jetta 1985 - 1992 Manual Bentley." for service. There were other years and some original owners manuals as well.
The 2.5s have timing chains. Chains are much longer lasting and do NOT need to be replaced at 60-100k miles like a rubber belt would.
Possible BLOWN HEAD GASKET!!! BAD NEWS