Volkswagen jetta TDI engine locked up remove and replace engine
I had to order another enigne for my 2001 Jetta TDI 5 speed. Do I need any special tools to remove the old engine and replace with the new one since it is a turbo diesel? I have worked on diesel engines before but never on a Volkswagen, just trying to find out if there is anything strange about this particular one or if it is pretty normal.
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Is this a 92 Jetta like you describe or a 02 Jetta TDI? If it's a 92 Jetta, I can almost guarantee the ignition switch is bad. Common failure. They're cheap, but require special tools and experience to remove.
Click on the following free direct Link. It has the correct Serpentine/Drive Belt Diagrams for your 2001 Volkswagon Jetta with either the 1.8L or 2.0L In-Line 4-Cylinder Engine. The Belt Diagrams are located towards the end of Page. There is additional Diagams that will prove helpful to you for future use.
most of the time basis had tools.... 15 to 18 mm nut on tensioner pulley?or maybe just a ratchet? most cars are easy if unsure any farther your local quick lube maybe able to help When I managed one we helped people all the time it was good for repeat bis....