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I have a 2006 jetta and the coolant light is on again took to dealer they said they fixed it put new waterpump and also replaced the over flow can someone help me

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Have they replaced the coolant sensor when they replaced your overflow tank as that may be faulty.
Also is your coolant in the rad full as there's a sensor there as well

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Best Answer:you can easily do it yourself within 2 hours if your new to working on cars. My mark 8 has the same engine and it took me less than an hour.Heres how.

1: put a pan under the engine to catch the coolant.
2: take off the belt - use a 3/8 in drive wrench in the tensioner(theres a square spot for it to slide in)
3:line up the holes in the pulley with the waterpump and undo the bolts(i think they were 13mm)
4:take out the waterpump and the coolant will flow out the hole. (clean the hole out with a scrub sponge)
5: take pulley off (its a little bit tough so try and get a new waterpump with it already on)
6: put new waterpump in and reverse the rest of the steps
7:fill with coolant- burp the system afterwards(theres a crossover pipe running front to back in between the heads. Just unscrew until you see coolant coming out)

Your done! less than an hour and you saved a couple hundred as stealerships and garages will over charge you as its a lincoln.

Try rockauto.com for cheap parts.

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2006 Jetta Exhaust system light on again.. It first came on 2 weeks ago when the weather got very cold. I had just put gas into my car and the dealer thought that was possible I just didn't tighten the...


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ignoring lights leads to complacency and a large repair account that could have been avoided if attention was paid in the first place
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I would find an accredited service center that has experience on your make of car and have the fault codes read and the problem properly diagnosed
what you dealer stated about the gas cap is an EVAP issue and if he didn't read the codes first , he has done you a disservice and not attended to your concerns properly

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Jetta Warning Light


It says that your vehicle is low on coolant.Get the coolant level checked.If low has to be changed.

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my '01 Jetta had a similar problem. I could always smell coolant and the bottle was always low. I crawled under the car and there it was..a caked on mess of pink antifreeze. There is a plastic intersection 3 way valve where the coolant temp sensor resides. it has 2 bolts and a rubber o-ring. Because it is plastic, it cracks. it drips down onto areas which are really not visible from above and then sizzles and melts onto areas under the engine. The part was only about $25, took 30 min to install and my problem is now fixed. Air was getting into the system through the small crack in the valve further complicating the system operation.

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Installed new waterpump and now something weird happening!


sounds like the air in the cooling system was not all bled out , it should correct itself after a few drive cycles, if not then there is more than likely a problem with the thermostat sticking in the closed position.if there is not sufficient coolant inside the cylinder head then the tempature at the thermostat will not be enough to open it therefore the cycle of the coolant will cease causing an overheat and possible engine damage.

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HI HAVE A 2004 JETTA 1.8TI STRONG BATTERY BUT DOES NOT START


SOUNDS LIKE THE CHIP ON THE KEY, IT CAUSES A CUT PROBLEM WHEN BATTERY IS DICONECTED OR DRAINED, CHECK ALL THE WIRES TO THE BATTERY TERMINALS MAKE SURE THERE ALL THERE AND NOT LOOSE. IF SO TIGHTEN THEM UP OR REPLACE THE TERMINALS.....

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1997 jag xk8 overheated, replaced thermastat and Waterpump still overheating?


Last year my car suddenly overheated while idling to the point the coolant tank exploded. I took it to a foreign car repair shop where they replaced the coolant tank and put in another thermostat. It didn't make it home before it overheated again. I took it to the Jag dealership where they felt that my hoses had expanded to much during the overheat so they replaced all of my hoses to a tune of $1000. Three months later it overheated again. I took it to another foreign car repair shop where they discovered the real culprit. An impeller had broken off of my waterpump, I had a blockage in my radiator, and I had a short in one of the coolant fans that made it only work part of the time. So about $2400 later my car has been coolant issue free for about 2 years now. Good luck and I hope this helps.

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1996 Jetta stops runing. I waite a while and it will restart until the next time. I replaced mas air flow sensor with new one. Now it will not start at all.


Just a thought, but I had a 1994 Jetta, and after having the timing belt and transmission replaced I had a similar issue. Whenever I would go anywhere and turn the car off it would not restart for a while. Turned out that the garage that did the work forgot to replace the heat shield somewhere around the transmission and the car kept thinking it was overheated. I took it back and had them put a new one in, since the misplaced the old one ( the reason they failed to put it back in in the first place).
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Not sure if this will help, but thought I would throw it out there.

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