Question about Volkswagen Jetta
2002 jetta 2.0L both inner CV boots replaced along with coolant flage(which had a small leak). 150 miles later codes P0722 & P0730 are in. Found air pump hose disconnected, reconnected but believe that's unrelated. Dealer performed repairs.
Hold the dealers feet to the fire-take it back and have them fix it- they should do this for no charge-if there's still a problem get ahold of vw and tell them what their dealer ship is like-a factory rep will be your friend- cheers Denny
Posted on Nov 23, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hello, I do not believe I would be so quick to let them put that hose on, until I had a second opinion. That sounds like its a very exspensive hose and labor you really want to get a second opinion. I've been in this line of work over 10 years and worked at GM 3years. I never had a hose that costed much more than a $100, and that was a powersteering hose. Please rate this answer, Thank You.
Posted on Mar 04, 2009
You know what i would do if i were you. I would get some BARS radiator leak stop. This stuff is unbelievable for the price. I bought an older grand am for a work beater, had a bad coolant leak and i didnt feel like pulling the water pump and jacket because it woulda cost me more for the jacket and gaskets then i bought the car for. Put a bottle of leak stop in there for 10 bucks and it stopped and hasn't leaked sense.
Posted on Jun 04, 2010
SOURCE: I need to replace the
On a regular US/Asian car you replace the entire shaft. Reason being it is cheaper to get a rebuilt exchange than to take the shaft to a machine shop have them take it apart put on a new boot and reassemble it. I would think the same principle would be at play on a German car but who knows.
The el cheapo way to do this on a normal car is to buy a replacement "split boot" at a parts store. This is put on with some very high tech rubber to steal glue and zip ties and will get you through until the shaft itself fails and the labor to remove and replace the whole enchilada is justified. The split boots come in two generic sizes.
Posted on Jun 15, 2011
SOURCE: coolant leak 1994 voyager 3.3
Could be a freeze plug on the engine block. If you have a block heater installed in one of the freeze plug holes, check it for getting too loose and leaking. Pretty common problem with a block heater that's been in there a long time.
Posted on Aug 26, 2012
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