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I have a 2004 2.0L Jetta. It's stalling when the A/C is on. Some recommended I change the fan relay, which I am trying to locate. Can anyone help? Thanks :o) Margaret

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My 1997 jetta had the same problem, turned out to be the the compressor was seizing. If you remove the belt to the compressor you should be able to turn the compressor pulley freely

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Positive it's not a fan problem...
It's common that it could be that your throttle body or MAF (mass air flow sensor) is dirty. Had a tune up lately? Air filter, spark plugs?
If your throttle body or MAF is dirty, your car's computer is already trying to compensate for lack of proper airflow - turning the a/c on is more than it can handle. How does it run when a/c is off? If it's a little loopy at idle you may also need new spark plugs too.

Posted on Jul 16, 2009

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