Question about Volkswagen Jetta
The most convenient and economical way of fixing this problem is to have another diagnostic test done. You could try to erase the errors as sometimes a loose wiring could trigger an error. Once you clear the error then test the car for a day or more and observe if errors are coming back. If you do get any errors (in the form of check engine light or maintenance light) then re-connect the diagnostic tool to the vehicle and retrieve and note the codes. This is how you need to fix this problem and any other alternatives will waste time and money. Every code has a meaning, so do take note of all the codes. Once you get the code then do few google search for the meaning which is the next step in troubleshooting. I hope this clears your mind on what to follow and the steps involved. Good luck with it.
Posted on Apr 29, 2010
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