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What type of transmission fluid can i use for a 1996 volkswagon jetta

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Bye it from the dealer its syntectic oil that goes in it or go to autopart store there some castrol oil for volk but go to the dealer ask for what kind of oil goes in it thanks pierre

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2003 VOLKSWAGEN JETTA automatic gasoline engine. shifts hard sometimes.


YOUR TRANSMISSION SOUND LIKE LOW IN TRANSMISSION FLUID. YOU HAVE A FACTORY SEAL TRANSMISSION IF SLIPPING SHIFTING HARD TRANSMISSION COULD HAVE FLUID LEAK. YOUR TRANSMISSION DONT HAVE OIL FILLER TUBE AND DIP STICK.THE VOLKSWAGON DEALERSHIP HAS TO USE EQUIPMENT TO ADD FLUID THROUGH TRANSMISSION FILLER PLUG ON UPPER SIDE TRANSMISSION PAN. IF TRANSMISSION FLUID HAS NEVER BEEN CHANGED LET DEALERSHIP CHANGE TRANSMISSION FLUID AND FILTER AND TRY TO LOCATE LEAK IF FLUID WAS LOW. ALSO MAKE SURE ENGINE FINE TUNED AND TRANSMISSION SHIFT CABLE ADJUSTMENT IS CORRECT.

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Is there a way to fix the throw bearing in a 1996 volkswagon jetta


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Believe me if you had to take the transmission off too fix the bearing I would really put in a new one because trying to fix one is not gonna work. Good luck bro

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How can i check the level of my transmission fluid on a 1996 volkswagon jetta gls?


Assuming it is an automatic. With engine idling, put transmission thru all gears, put back in park, keep engine running, check dipstick for tranny. If it is a manual then you have to crawl under car and remove upper "fill" plug on gearbox, fluid will be up to that level. NOTE: unless your tranny leaks it should never be low!

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How can the transmision fluid be checked on a 2002 jetti tdi other than a dealer. tranny was rebuilt abouy 2000 miles ago.


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I would like to know the timming of 1996 jetta 2.0l.the car bucks ,(missing ) on accelerating at low rpm only


Click on the following free direct Link. It has the Timing: Belt and Mark Diagrams for your 1996 Volkswagon Jetta. Plus additional Instructional and Directional Diagrams, including the PORTS where you can see the Timing Marks for either the Manual or Automatic Transmission.

http://www.2carpros.com/car_repair_information/year/1996/make/volkswagen/model/jetta/1996_volkswagen_jetta_timing_belt_diagram_marks.htm

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Transmission fluid for vw jetta


Go to volkswagen for the fluid.
I am assuming you are talking about an automatic transmission? if so any aftermarket fluid will make short work of your transmission.

if you are talking about a manual transaxle..then I hear good things about Redlines' MT fluid

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1998 volkswagon jetta manual transmission is hard to shift


Transmission problem...

I'd check the fluid levels... on most if not all 98's there is no tranny fluid stick so you have to either look for the plug on the transmission. Most cars have 2. One on the bottom and one half way up from the bottom of the transmission driver's side. Top it off until the tranny fluid runs out of the hole.

If this doesnt help... you need to get it checked.

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