Question about 2003 Volkswagen Jetta TDI
The car will be going along as normal, and then it starts to ****. The ABS and airbag lights come on, and when I get the car to a stopping point and shut it off, it takes an hour to start up again. I discovered the oil was low, and it's only been 3,000 miles since the last change. Could this just be the oil, and the not starting is from it being overheated?
This is deffinately more than a oil problem and should be checked out by a mechanic in your area that you know you can trust, since it is a 2003 you do not want too just go to anyone, make sure it is someone who will tell you exactly what is wrong and not things that are not wrong........they need to put the car on a diagnostic scan tool to find out just what is causeing the problem. hope this helps.
Posted on May 25, 2009
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