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Have a 2001 jetta with code p0117 how do i fix or trouble s .changed thromostat no heat out of heater

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Comment from the FixYa Moderator Staff:

Regarding your PO0117 code, I would suggest to you to replace the Coolant Temperature Sensor. This is a rather common isue, either the sensor is bad, the wiring connection is compromised, or the coolant level is low. I woul dthink that the senor is the issue, however.

Thnaks or coming to FixYa for advice with your VW.

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it could be an air lock stopping the water from circulating properly i seem to recall this problem on the older VW Derby and audi 50 (same engine) there is a small bleed screw at the highest point on the cooling system that allows you to bleed this air out youll find its location in the manual

another thing to try is put a flushing agent through the system incase there are any blockages in the radiator itself

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