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How to replace a oil pump on a 1995 vw jetta


you need to remove the engine sump, the pump is inside driven by a small chain

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1998 VW Jetta with 2.0L 4cyl. No oil pressure or oil flow that I can see. Full on oil though, but absolutely dry in the valves. How difficult is it to replace the oil pump? Could something else be...


Did you have changed a cylinder head gasket? Possible turn around. If not need to change oil pump.It is easy.Just remove the sump but before that drain the oil because........Get new sump gasket.What about oil pressure lamp?Coming ON? If the engine runing and the lamp is ON change oil pump.

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I have steam coming out of my vents when my oil light comes on.i just had an oil change and it still does it.also my defrost doesnt work.it turns on and blows but my windows dont clear.my car is a 94 jetta


the oil light coming on is the most serious .. those cars have a problem with sludge buildup in the crankcase .. usually that happens if the oil isnt changed on schedule .. but sometimes even then ... replacing the oil filter and using a good synthetic oil might make a difference if its not too bad ... the oil pressure switch could be bad or (most expensive), the oil pump could need replacing or cleaned ... you can have an oil pressure test done to determine if the pump is ok .. it is not safe to drive the car if the oil pump is bad, or if the crank case is full of sludge .. serious and expensive damage can happen to the engine .. the pressure switch is not expensive and easy to change .. if the oil pump pressure is ok then i wouild change the pressure switch .. sludge often clogs the intake screen of the oil pump .. then it cant pump oil .. of course this can quickly damage the engine .. you can drop the pan and clean out the sludge but they often just change the oil pump while they have the engine apart .. once its cloged then it can be damaged itself ..
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Had water pump changed on 2003 Highline Jetta 1 month ago. Oil cooler had to be replaced 1 month later. Oil landed up in water - oil totally empty. Temperature gauze said "Check coolant". Muddy consistency...


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1986 jetta oil pump location and replacement/knock sensor


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Engine problem.


Hi Michael,

The motor shut off and the engine light came on, you won’t start right away and you wait a couple of days and start it again, sounds like your engine was over heated and because it is too hot and the engine frozen.

There are several kinds of engines, water cooling ,oil cooling and air cooling.

Over heated can cause many different problems for the cars, you should check step by step yourself.

Water cooling engine; if you know, you can help somebody.


1. Check the radiator see if you have enough coolant
2. Check the oil see if you have enough oil
3. check the water pump see if the water pump works fine
4. check the thermostat see it is function right.


Suppose your radiator has water or coolant, leave your radiator cap open, start your engine, let it is running 10 to 15 minutes and wait it is getting hot and see the water in your radiator, if the water moves, that means your cooling system works fine, otherwise either the thermostat frozen or the water pump was broken.

You mentioned when you re-start your car, sounds like a diesel engine, please check the where the noise from, if the noise from the water pump area, that means you need to change the water pump. When you change the water pump, change the thermostat at the same time, because when the engine over heated, the thermostat maybe damaged.

Oil cooling engine, check the oil pump. If the noise from the oil pump, you need change it.


Good luck,

Frank

Jun 05, 2008 | 1992 Volkswagen Jetta

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