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Truck was running great. Engine sensor light would flash on and off sometimes after a recent oil change but mechanic said it was a faulty fuel injector sensor. Cleaned all the injectors and sensor finally went off. No other indication of a problem. Ran perfect all day yesterday. Went out this morning and one click. No crank. Oil level if fine. Lights and radio all work. Just no crank. Cable going from battery to starter is secure. No loose connections.
Contact the mechanik & tell him what is happening this could be a simple thing or something very bad has happened. Best Wishes, Malcolm Campbell.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You said you have fuel flowing from the inlet line of the injection pump? But not at the injector lines?
Posted on May 05, 2009
i had a similar problem and called the dealer during lunch hour. i talked to a mechanic, the distributor in these vehicles is plastic, and is prone to cracking.not just the cap but the body also, I have been taking the cap off and wiping the moisture out of the cap. or replacing the cap but the problem is I need a new distributor. just a cheep way to get rolling is cleaning the inside of the cap, especially when it is very damp or the outside temp changes alot during the day. good luck.
Posted on Jul 03, 2009
I found that the code is set for:
P1740....TCC Solenoid or Overdrive Solenoid performance
which indicates that a rather inexpensive fix is in order, not a complete transmission replacement!! The TCC is the solenoid which controls the locking of the transmission converter so that you get better gas mileage with no "slippage" while at highway speeds, which is normal when the converter is unlocked as you slow down. If it is locked and the solenoid fails to release it the car will stall when you come to a stop since the fluid in the converter fails to act as a clutch and the engine is connected directly to the transmission input shaft. If it never locks then the oil in the transmission will overheat at highway speeds since ther "slippage" will always be present in the converter cauasing frictional heating of the oil.
Whenever you get a quote from a shop ALWAYS get at least two more!!! No matter what the job is, even a muffler replacement get many quotes. Go to a reliable transmission repair shop and ask for their opinion. In my humble opinion the shop that told you that you need a new transmission is just hungry for work - stay away!!!!
Posted on Apr 21, 2010
Sorry to burst your bubble but a 97 jetta no matter what model including the trek I and trek II dont have transponders in the keys that didnt start untile the 2000 jetta's
Posted on Jun 19, 2010
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