Question about 2001 Volkswagen Jetta TDI
How do you remove the dashboard of a 2001 volkswagen Jetta Vr6
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: volkswagen jetta 2000 VR6
1.1 mm is the standard gap for a platinum tipped plug. Plugs for this car usually come pre-set but it's always worth checking before installing. Hope this helps.
Posted on Dec 16, 2008
The Jetta III has a cable operated clutch with automatic adjustment. Please ignore the statement about the slave cylinder as this does not apply to your vehicle (VW expert... bah humbug).
Unfortunately, if the clutch operates only with your foot near the floorboard this would suggest that the automatic adjuster has stopped functioning (its a rather simple little thing consisting of two sleeves and a bunch of balls). The only solution would be replacing the cable. Be carefuls of pirate parts, since my experience suggests that pirate clutch cables do not work well at all on these cars.
It is also possible that the link the cable attaches to on the gearbox side has rotated on it's splines. This is however unlikely.
Also ignore the statement about the clutch plate being due for replacement, as a clutch adjusts itself 'upwards' (releases earlier in the travel of the pedal) as the friction lining of the clutch plate wears out.
Posted on Sep 10, 2009
SOURCE: 1994 vw jetta dashboard light
only one way to find out. pull the instrument cluster and then go to the dealer and tell them what color the base of the bulb is.
you are gonna be pretty hard pressed to find the bulbs from any one else but even the dealer is going to ask you what color the base is
Posted on Oct 10, 2009
Auto or Std trans??
If auto here's the issue...
Keep in mind Auto transmissions don't like to be run dry.
Also keep in mind that the 01M Automatic you most likely have retails for like $4000 just for the unit, not installation.
The corner trans guy can't rebuild the trans. This is a special unit
Just to check the fluid-
Hook up a Laptop with Vag.Com software installed.
Start the car and go into the transmissions data blocks and go to block 005, this will display fluid temp.
-ATF temperature not above approx. 30C (86F)
-Selector lever in "P"
-If ATF is below 30C (86F) bring the ATF up to test temperature.
Test temperature: 35C to 45 (95 to 113F)
-Remove ATF level plug from oil pan.
CHECKING PHYSICAL QUANTITY
If ATF drips out of hole:
ATF need not be topped up.
-Install new seal on plug and tighten to 15 Nm11 ft lb).
ATF check is completed.
If ATF does not drip out
-Remove plug from filler line.
-Fill with VW ATF (G 052 162 A2) until ATF runs out of level hole
-Install new seal on plug and tighten to 15 Nm (11 ft lb).
ATF check is completed.
Too little or too much ATF will adversely affect transmission function.
Posted on Dec 28, 2009
Try to locate the horn assembly. When you do, disconnect the wires from the horn and connect them to a volt meter. Make sure that the contacts are free of corrosion. Have a person activate the horn while you check to see if there is a 12 volt supply at the meter. If there is power, clean the contacts on the horn and reconnect the wires to their respective locations. Try the horn again. If the horn does not work, replace the horn assembly. Hope this helps.
Posted on Mar 26, 2010
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