Question about 2003 Volkswagen Jetta TDI
If the car has all the housing around the battery then you have to remove it locate two, one on each side, indents, press them in and lift it will come up and expose the battery, the positive and negative are marked and are pretty each to access or clean, I am sure there is corrosion on the terminals remove and clean the terminals if you battery is very old and you are planning on keeping this car for along time look into getting an oddessy battery they are amazing, just google it they are not cheap but once installed you do not have to worry about them ever again, no corrosion or anything ever.
Posted on Feb 16, 2010
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