It could be the keyswitch or the starter solenoid.
there is no relay for the starter. there is a solenoid (switch) and ignition switch. the solenoid is part of the starter (small cylindrical shape above starter housing. the solenoid has the battery and ignition connections). and the ignition switch is where the car-key goes. you need at least 8v from the ignition to the solenoid for the starter to operate. use a multimeter. otherwise check your starter - battery connections. otherwise replace the starter. otherwise, take off the starter and inspect inside the starter housing. if the starter is clicking but not turning the engine the starter teeth aren't engaging with the teeth on the flywheel. get a manual to the car here: http://www.germanautoparts.com/Books/Volkswagen
bad battery. bad ignition switch bad solenoid or the new starter is faulty,has been known to happen
Where is the starter relay located on a jetta 1997 truck 2.0?
where is located the starter at 1990 Volkswagen jetta
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.
The starter kill wire is blue and red and is located in the ignition switch harness on the 2001 Volkswagen Jetta. The wire can be disconnected at the harness or at the starter itself.Ê
The starter relay on a VW Jetta is located in the engine compartment fuse box. This fuse box is located on top of the battery.
Begin by removing the positive cable from your 1998 VW Jetta battery. Remove the cables from the front of the starter. Remove the starter retaining bolts. There will be three starter retaining bolts.
The starter in the 1989 VW Jetta is located on the passenger?æside of the vehicle inside the engine compartment. It is below the battery box and low on the engine itself.?æ
On a 1997 Volkswagen Jetta, the shifting solenoids are situated inside the valve body of the transmission. The valve body is the brain of the transmission.
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.
Trouble code P0748 means:Pressure solenoid electrical
The diagnostic code P1538 for a 2000 VW Jetta means the engine shut off solenoid is open or short to ground. A common cause of this diagnostic code appearing is a lose wire to the fuel cutoff solenoid.
Next to the starter
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The trans is controled by a module that is located under the rear seat.
On back side of motor under the intake manifold
If automatic: Above de panel of relay, in the corner, with number 175 on it.
its is you tachnometer that needs to be reseated or replaced.
When disassembling a Jetta mirror the piece must be removed from the vehicle by unscrewing the mounting screws. When off the mirror can be detached and clean, or replaced for a bigger unit.
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.