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CHECK FUSES FIRST AND LET ME KNOW!!

1995 Volkswagen... | Answered 2 days ago


Hi there,

Jetta's 2006 carry sealed gear box. There is no dip stick to check the transmission fluid. Per manufacturer, transmission fluid requires to change unless there is any issue with transmission. I hope this helps.

2006 Volkswagen... | Answered 2 days ago


Go look at the owners manual its all in there

Volkswagen Cars... | Answered on Nov 12, 2019


I'd get a fuse , same amp as what's in the wiper slot and put it in one of the empty slots at a time & try it. When it runs, you found the right spot, right, or is it not that simple?

2007 Volkswagen... | Answered on Nov 12, 2019


check brake light fuse. if ok. check to make sure you have dcv at brake pedal brake light switch mounted on brake pedal. if there is voltage present depress brake pedal and dcv shold be present on other terminal of brake pedal switch. if not replace brake pedal switch

2000 Volkswagen... | Answered on Nov 10, 2019


clean throtle body
marko

1996 Volkswagen... | Answered on Nov 06, 2019


Something is very sticky. See if you can lubricate the lock mechanism with WD40 to free it up.

Volkswagen Cars... | Answered on Nov 04, 2019


find your fuse panel, take the cover off and look at the inside of it. it gives you the fuse location, size and what its for.

Volkswagen... | Answered on Nov 01, 2019


Check out step six here: http://faculty.ccp.edu/faculty/dreed/Campingart/jettatech/nocrankdiag/index.htm
Instead of the short wire between terminals, you will unplug the top plug and run a wire from both terminals to a momentary or non-latching switch (button) that you mount to one of your blank button close out panels below the radio. You still have to put the key in and turn to on position, then use the push button switch to start. I have been using this since my key ignition switch went out.

1998 Volkswagen... | Answered on Oct 30, 2019


I would not disconnect it, it saved my engine more than once (although the sensor itself was the leaking culprit). its right in front and fairly easy to get to. Get a new one at parts store or junkyard and replace it.It is located right to the left of the distributor. pull boot back and remove push on connector. Remove sensor with wrench.

1997 Volkswagen... | Answered on Oct 29, 2019


Just in front of the drivers left knee. flip panel is on the bottom of the dash. lid has map, but this link will help with even more details. Https://fusesdiagram.com/volkswagen/fuses-and-relay-volkswagen-golf-3.html

1997 Volkswagen... | Answered on Oct 29, 2019


Https://fusesdiagram.com/volkswagen/fuses-and-relay-volkswagen-golf-3.html
Same as the golf

1997 Volkswagen... | Answered on Oct 29, 2019


Https://fusesdiagram.com/volkswagen/fuses-and-relay-volkswagen-golf-3.html
Number 12, bottom right, just above the fuses.

1997 Volkswagen... | Answered on Oct 29, 2019


https://fusesdiagram.com/volkswagen/fuses-and-relay-volkswagen-golf-3.html
this is a link to golf, but its the same. this actually gives more info than the fusebox cover gives.

1997 Volkswagen... | Answered on Oct 29, 2019


Yes, as long as they both have the same features like engine, electric windows, rear defrost and such.

1996 Volkswagen... | Answered on Oct 29, 2019

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