1996 Volkswagen Jetta Q&A
1996 Volkswagen Jetta Question: overheating
What purpose does the sensors in the the thermostat housing performs and what is the names of the , yellow, blue and brown sensors. - Visitor
these are your temperature sensors for the fan, ecu and gauge, they are all neede for the computer to run the engine properly, also the termosthat not only regulates temperature but also regulates coolant flow trough out the block, head,heater core, do not take it out as it will only make the overheating worst. - yourpixels
my 2002 jetta is overheating and i've only had it for about a week.. i replaced the overflow tank, because it appeared to be...
I have replaced all temp pickups and fan switch, thermostat (drilled 3mm holes X2), have replaced the reservoir tank. While thermostat cap was off, checked impeller, used torch and screwdriver to ...
...the temp. Was all the way hot i got off the fwy and the battery was completly drained n still overheating what could be wrong?
A damaged water pump impeller may cause an engine overheating condition. Our technicians tell us the repair should include replacement of the water pump, thermostat, and flushing the cooling system.
Replaced radiator, cooolant,thermostat, and car overheating when cap on but not when cap off why?