Question about 2000 Volkswagen Jetta TDI
The car started for 30 seconds and then died. It appears to have blown the 40amp fuse above the battery, I replaced it. It still will not start, so I checked the plugs, looked good. Put the meter on the plugs and the soloniod on the injector pump, looks like no power... Does anyone no where the glow plug relay is? Also, is there a oil switch that could be causing me grief? If anyone has other suggestions I would be very greatful.
Glow plug relay is marked #180 on the housing.
in 0 to 11 degrees they have a starting prob were the glow plugs go on and off very quickly.need VAG.com to exstend glow plug timing.
to test glow plugs disconeect ect turn key on plugs should draw 15 amps each 60 amps all together.if you dont have amp meter use test light.
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