Question Answered: My Jetta is overheating. Started slowly at first, but now overheats in 5km.
October 09, 2013, 06:53 PM
If it is overheating going down the highway, you most likely have a cracked head or possibly a plugged catalytic convertor. Seei if some shop in your area has a combustion leak tester. That should give you the answer. I have had cracked heads that won't show up cold and even sometimes on a hot engine until you put a load on the engine. I know you said you had it checked but was it by a professional or just visually looked at?
Question Answered: Does this car have a speedometer cable?
October 09, 2013, 06:41 PM
No, it is fed by a vehicle soeed sensor located in the rear od the transmission or if it is a 4wd, in the rear od the transfer case. It feeds asignal the powertrain module, which in turn feeds the signal to the speedo located the the instrument cluster. It can be diagnosed with a scan tool by seeing if the signal is getting to the PCM. If so, most likely you will need a cluster.
Question Answered: what is wrong with my car?
October 09, 2013, 06:37 PM
Your a/c compressor is seized up. Get a professional to attempt to turn the outside hub of the compressor. If it doesn't turn, yoyr compressor is seized.
Question Answered: Two weeks ago, my coolant light was on, and my mechanic replaced the coolant res
July 18, 2013, 08:57 PM
White or blue smoke. White is anti-freeze, blue is engine oil burning. Having the cooling system pressurized for coolant loose. Then if there is, remove spark plugs to see if the cylinders are filled with ant-freeze. If so the cylinder head will have to be removed for inspection of warpage and/or cracks.
Question Answered: engine surges after engine warms up jerky very sporadic
July 18, 2013, 08:47 PM
Sounds like a Mass air flow sensor problem. Try tapping on the sensor located in the top of your throttle body with a screw driver handle and see if the engine starts quacking out.
Question Answered: Brake Pads:
February 22, 2010, 05:14 PM
My preference to your question are Wagner Thermo Quiet brake pads. I have installed over 200 sets with no complaints of squealing nor excessive amounts of dust.