the radio code is on the back of the radio. take the radio out and you can see it.
You can go to the dealer they can look it up for you.
Torque specs for a 1998 Volkswagen jetta 2.0
I just had this same problem with my 1998 VW Jetta. My parking brake light came on one day, but only half illuminated. Shortly after my windshield wipers and headlights stopped working. My radio works but the fans don't work either. I just found a thread which seems to point the problem at the ignition switch: http://car.justanswer.com/volkswagen/6uht-1998-volkswagen-jetta-headlights
4 x 100
my 1998 vr6 jetta gets approximately 23 mpg in city driving with 5 speed transmission.
5 and a half
The Volkswagen Corporation has been manufacturing the Jetta model since 1998. It is one of their top selling vehicles and has positive reviews from drivers.
To adjust the headlights on a 1998 Volkswagen Jetta, use the vertical adjustment screw located off the top of the headlight compartment. There is also a lateral adjustment screw within the Jetta's headlight housing unit.
i believe you can but just make sure the radio is the same model and the one your taking out
i believe 5w-30 is recommended by the manufacutrer
It could be the keyswitch or the starter solenoid.
see link. http://www.autozone.com/shopping/repairGuide.htm?pageId=0900c152800b018f#hd1-1-2
its probably under the battery and housing like the 99 ..so the right side of the block(drivers side)
Before this question can be answered, we need to know what make and model of car you have - and you need to figure this out, as well. From the question, it seems you either have some model of Volvo, a Volkswagen Jetta, or both.
There are 2 short, flat metal tabs that came with your car, that you slide into the two slots on the front of the radio. This will trigger the release, and the radio will slide straight out.
You need keys. There is a special tool it simply a flat long metal peice that slides into the slots on the fron of the radio. There is two..
Removing the fuse will be the easiest way to bypass the 1998 VW Jetta factory alarm system. The alarm fuse location can be found on the inside cover of the fuse box.
Pads--and if you've got disc brakes on the back of the car, which I think you do, you need pads back there too.
No, Volkswagen is the name of a leading German car company. The first Volkswagen was the original air-cooled "Beetle" (Käfer), and they became popular in the US in the late 1960's and 1970's. Since 1998, Volkswagen has sold the "new Beetle", as well as models such as the Golf (Rabbit), Jetta, Passat, Scirocco, Tiguan, and Touareg.
Did you check the fuse? johnrockys i dont witch one it is plz with pic or answer
Check your wires between your car and the door. Pry rubber boot off. Wires are probably broken Poor set up . Just fixed mine. Good Luck...... 98 Jetta K2
Mine (code) was under the spare tire in the trunk, but also a 97, I believe. Worth looking though!
No, not without modifications.
I have a 1998 Jetta and the check plug is on the left side behind the drivers front wheel. It is a indented allan plug. It is about 2-3 inches above the bottom of the transmission. This is also the fill plug or can be used to fill at least.