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Where is starter on a 2000 TDI Jetta w/manual trans located and do you have to get to it from under the car?

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Starter is on left side of car from drivers seat. You have to remove the sound deadening panel from underneath and then you should see the starter, low on the trans toward the front of the car. The lower bolt is easily accessable. VW wants you to pull the battery and battery tray to reach the top bolt but can be done from underneath easier. DO DISCONNECT the battery so you do not arc anything. Good Luck.

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