Question about 1999 Volkswagen Jetta
My 1999 vw jetta has over 100,000 miles on it. I had problems with the battery dying and I took it in and they replaced the battery and the charger in the alternator, but I am still having problems.
I will go out to start and the battery is dead. I can drive it for a week just fine and then it dies.
I went out again today and the battery will not turn over and there is a clicking sound. Trunk will not open. Windows will not roll down. Clock resets.
I recently moved and this is a new mechanic. Is it possible they are missing something? I just spent $820 and don't have another 800 so I need to know going in what is happening here.
Check for any current is consume after the car is park, see for that any of the car electriacl component is consuming current which make the battery dry up or dead . check for over charging of alternator system even over charging lead the battery to head up & even some time dry up or dead check for electrical problem in this such case you better consult to your nearest authorised dealer or service centre for VW, SKODA, AUDI etc.. they might help you properly for the problem you are facing in your car so sir untill then see you & do write in for any trouble you face in automobile...
Posted on May 24, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
there is a button to pop the trunk, when u lift the little compartment between the two front seats... took me a while to find it myself lol
Posted on Feb 06, 2009
It is your wiring coming out of the trunk on the left side. One of the wire are cut because in cold weather when you open the trunk, wire can't move easily in the plastic tube. Sorry for my english.
Posted on Dec 16, 2009
SOURCE: trunk release
have a problem with not starting i have a 1998 vw jetta glx vr6 that i bought that had been left for 2 years untouched due to the previous owner installing a new ignition coil wrong and frying it, i install a new one the right way along side new wires, plugs, oil, filters, fuses, relays, and a new gas pump, but it still does not want to run it cranks with no problems but doesnt want to start.. can anyone please help me i dnt know what to do and i really want to get it running again. thank you
Posted on Jun 13, 2011
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