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specifically the location of fuse for convertible roof motor
Just wondering if I'm going to make it home!
I just need to know where the crankshaft positioning sensor is located on a 2000 Volkswagon Cabrio?
was on cruise at 70 at less than 3000 RPMs, cruise kicked out and wont reset and now car struggles to go 70
Was crusing at 70 with cruise on 2400 RPMs; cruise cut out and now car struggles past 60
It is real noticable when going up an incline
About a month ago, window wouldnt roll up . Replaced fuse and was on my way. Today it wouldnt roll up , i replaced every fuse and still nothing. The dealers here are crooks and I dont have a lot of money but theres a big storm coming and need help.
Could it be fuse 409? it looked black on the 2 big prongs. I am a total amateur
I am looking for the cost to repair the main head gasket
I wanted to find out what kind of noise you will hear if you are needing a front strut replacement. I just had new brakes put on the front and was told that I needed struts.
does a 2000 volkswagan cabrio run its water pump on a timing belt or a fan belt
how do i remove the battery of my 2000 VW cabrio?
Have checked & replaced fuel filter. Took to shop, diagnostic cost $179, say it is due to ignition distributor. Cost to replace plus part $387, total w/diagnosis about $566. This sound reasonable? Where is the part located, Cannot find this in repair estimator online.
Thank you so much. Replaced fuel filter, got info on fuel relay & other fuel related. Taking one step at a time. Did take to a mechanic, his first suggestion was replacing the ignition & key at a cost of $1-3,000. I dont see where the problem points to this. Could it be a key problem? I lost the origianl ignition key and have been using a spare key. I see from this website that this could be a problem on other model vehicles. Thanks again.
Car will not start, cranks. Wont turn over. Replaced the fuel filter today. Thought I ran out of gas,added gas & fuel cleaner. Same issue. Not too cold here in Tucson, mild days,cooler nights. What would be the next most common things to check without buying an expensive fuel pump?