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I always have to put collant n my reservoir.
CODES P0420, P0118 AND P2181, WHAT REQUIRES TO BE DONE TO THE VEHICLE?
Whats the parts and labor cost estimate
Where can I fine the throttle position censor in the car
Car is overheating. Coolant leak. made repair and stopped leak. Also replaced thermostat. However, car is running hot. Could it be problem with water pump?
the key turns on with no resitance how do i remove ignition lock cylinder
the engine overheated and the car will not start at all
my lock on the driver side is completly broken and the key remote doesnt work either. to get in the car i have to open it from the inside. on top of that my headlights arent working... which happened soon after my key and alarm system went. are they connected? and how much will fixing the lock system run me? last time my alarm was acting up i couldnt get into my trunk, i replaced the battery and everything began to work fine , well untill this all happened.
I am able to get my jetta into gear however it will not engage and go into reverse sometimes. I may have to play with it for 30 mins or more
after I had filled up my car and turned it on the malfunction lite was on
2000 jetta with 72k was running fine then battery and alternator failed while driving. Was driven with low voltage to get to VIP for battery, radio, lights, speedo and tach stopped working, ABS light came one and it stopped shifting. Coded PO 730 and 740. Battery replaced and alternator replaced everything back on line except shifting. Goes in to reverse and 1,2,3 but not drive. Any ideas?
I have a2000 vw jetta temp running hot and over heating, found a crackon plastic pc on upper hose, changed it. started car and problem still there, large fan motor not turning, smallone works fine, should both motors turn at the same time? do i just change fan assembly or canit be something else? I am assuming sensor works both fans
My power windows, sunroof, hand held keys and interior overhead lights aren't working.
it is overheating and grey smoke coming out of tail pipe.
About to sell my 2002 1.8T Jetta. It's in great shape but has a visible leak in the coolant hose. Mechanic said it's been there a while and I've had no problems except adding 12oz of coolant/water 1x a few weeks ago. No indicator lights or need to refill since then. Mechanic said dealer has to repair, he can't get the part. Any idea what it would cost at dealer and is it worth it before I sell? I'm thinking a mechanically inclined buyer could replace it easily themselves (leaking hose is very accessible at front of engine) Or, do I need to be prepared to forfeit some of my asking price so buyer can get it fixed? I've already spent some cash on other fixes, new tires etc. Doesn't seem like a real problem to me. Thanks in advance.