Question about 2002 Volkswagen Jetta TDI
There is a clicking from the largest box under the dash that says "1C0 959 799 C", and when jumpered, the solonoid in the trunk actually moves, but when the button is pressed there is only a clicking sound coming from that box
Comfort control module controls a lot of stuff they do fail the relay inside were out and the capacitor were out as they are cheap type. it will keep clicking away as its not able to lock in position you can repair it if you take it apart and replay replace the relay and capacitor cheaper than buying a new one, if you know how to desolder and resolder the parts back on.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the first problem with you fuel door is most likely the rear actuating motor or cable. remove the right rear trunk lining, and loosen the 2 silver phillips head screws, and remove the actuating motor. i would suggest replacing both the motor and the cable, as both of these parts have superceeded to a new improved part. the AC problem is caused by a faulty fan control unit. this part not only receives the switch signal and processes the information to control the compressor, but also controls the fans, their speed, the compressor,and the hi/lo pressure switch. both of these parts a a common problem for the beetle.
Posted on Jul 05, 2008
you must remove the internal felt covering that is on the inside of the trunk. This does take some force, but don't be afraid to pull hard, you will most likely not break any of the attachments on the felt cover. On the right hand side of the truck there is a handle right next to the license plate, it will take some finagling to get this to disconnect. Again, brute force dexterity and a flashlight are your best bet.
Posted on Oct 01, 2008
You can open it old school. Insert the key in the trunk lock in the VW emblem and turn it while pushing down on the trunk lid with the other hand a little bit. It should open. The plastic arm that the motor is pushing to unlock may be broken. I have the same problem. You can see it if you unscrew the fabric from the trunk lid and press the button on the remote. There are about a dozen fuzzy head screws (nicely masked btw.) that hold it. I am still looking for the proper name of the part so I can order it for my car.
Posted on Feb 22, 2009
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