Question about 1999 Volkswagen Jetta
Car won't start the battery is good. When you turn the key the panel display lights up and we got the car to start by push start.
Good chance you either need a new starter, or ignition switch. Also, check the battery terminals for any sulfur corrotion. If there is, clean off with water and baking soda mix to neutralize the acid. stiff wire brush the terminals if possible, but if you do not have a memory saver plugged into the aux voltage input(cigarette lighter), you will loose Radio, TCM, and ECM programming when batterey is disconnected.
Posted on Jan 15, 2010
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