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I HAVE A 98 JETTA THAT I KEEP GETTIN A CHECK ENGINE LIGHT COMING And GOING,

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Check the rubber hoses from the manifold to a connection on the base of the coil it could be perished ,not sure if this model has it but have a look ,because my memory isnt what it was and builds can vary from europe to USA

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