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What type of battery do I need for my 2003 jetta

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Any series 49 will do but if you are planning on keeping this car for sometime then try to get a odessy battery, yes they are better than optima batteries totally NO maintenance, ask me how I know.

Posted on Feb 16, 2010

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SOURCE: 2003 Jetta 1.9 TDI When replacing battery do I

No, the computer will reset itself once the new battery is installed.

Posted on Jan 19, 2010

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2003 Volkswagen Jetta continues to die after a new battery


its possible the alternator is bad. U can remove it and take it to your local auto parts store they ussually check them for free

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While driving my 2003 Jetta TDI last night accelerating up a hill my battery light came on and the car died. All other lights work, glow plug light still comes on. Engine turns over but does not fire. ...


Did you check the battery? Alternator? The 2003 Jetta TDI's are FAMOUS for breaking the alternator pulley right off the shaft. Is your serpentine belt hanging?
You could have a bad battery, broken alternator, broken serpentine belt, or bad alternator among a few other things. If your belt is hanging either the belt broke or more commonly, the alternator puller broke off the shaft.
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2003 Jetta 1.9 TDI When replacing battery do I


No, the computer will reset itself once the new battery is installed.

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needs a new alternator, going down the hill, your RPM's dropped and all of the draw on from the electrical system came from the battery, and caused the battery to die too

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Same problem


How long have you had this problem?and did you have any engine or transmission work done lately?It sounds like you have a ground problem.not necessalily your battery ground,perhaps a body ground has come loose or was removed and not put back.These are very important especially on Jettas.

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Change my 2003 VW jetta battery


a lot of the vw cars don't have coded radios but in the case that you do loose it call your local dealership and have your chassis number and number plate and they should give it to you over the phone....but i dont think it will come to that..goodluck

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If the problem was in the alternator, the battery would have been discharged and you would not have been able to restart the car (unless jumped, but not have run for more than a few minutes before shutting down again) So, my answer: No.

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