Question about Volkswagen Jetta
Hello, I checked the diagnostic info for your Jetta. The #1 problem is the wheel position sensor circuit. Each wheel has a sensor and a sensor ring. The sensor will come out of alignment with the ring and no signal will be sent to the ABS computer which makes the lights come on. Brake light and / or ABS and TRAC light. I suggest you have a VW technician use the OBD2 ABS Scanner to get the codes from the computer before you spend money on it. Most places will scan the ABS computer for free.
Posted on Oct 02, 2010
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