Question about 2000 Volkswagen Jetta TDI
Charge the battery.change the oil/filter.replace batteries on remotes
reset the alarm/immobiliser.then turn on and wait for the preheater light to go out.then try and start it.put at least 10 litres of diesel in tank to "refresh" any fuel.then try starting,as soon as it starts run for at least an hour to get hot to see if you have any water/coolant problems.do not rush to get it on the road,as the car needs to be "caressed" (you dont want to take it out then be hauled back.......)
Posted on Aug 04, 2010
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