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Electric, fan will not run with out jumper wire , driver side door handle will not alow accsess

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Somewhere on the engine is a sensor (maybe 2) and somewhere else is a relay (maybe 2) for the fan.
Suspect the sensor, which most usually screws into the engine block, (since it is engine temperature controlled), remembering there is coolant/antifreeze in the engine which will leak out when you unscrew the sensor.
The relay or relays usually found under the hood, could also be the problem.
Myself, I'd buy them off e-bay because they are usually cheaper.
Driver's door handle has small stiff wire levers and controls, connected from the handle to the door latch inside, which will sometimes have nylon or plastic bushings at the ends, which will over time disintegrate. You'll need to pull the driver's door panel off to diagnose that.

Posted on Jan 14, 2013

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SOURCE: My driver side door handle is broken on a 2003 VW.

remove the inside door trim and remove the weatherproof plastic that covers the holes in the door behind the trim.
You should have access to the door handle nuts and rods to remove the handle.
re assemble in the reverse order and make sure the weatherproof plastic is put back on and sealed or your door may let water enter the car via the door

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SOURCE: I ahve a 2003 vw beetle turbo with dual electric

4 wire likely a 3 speed fan you should be able to conect the medium and low circut to a set of releys and hook them both to the low speed side of the fan
allowing the low and med speed to work on low and the high speed to work properly

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SOURCE: 1993 Volkswagen Cabriolet Special Edition door handle.

No you can not switch from door to door, also that is only a dealer item sorry. Goodluck.

Posted on Dec 07, 2009

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