Question about 1996 Volkswagen Jetta
No power from the ignition switch to the starter.possibily a bad fuse?
If this is a automatic there is a wire (yellow possibly) that runs to the back of the engine to the starter there is a connection somewhere on this wire that will allow you to pull it apart, it may be corroded at this connection which is a common problem. If its a standard the starter is in the front of the engine, same thing there is a wire that runs to it from the fire wall this wire for both trany's is your trigger wire when you turn the key to start it powers this wire to your started engaging it. Also it may be corroded at the starter check all connections even the main power cables for the starter if they look green or white you will have to pull the wire off and clean the terminals well.
Posted on May 20, 2009
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