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2000 VOLKSWAGON JETTA VR6 COOLANT TEMPERATURE CONTROL UNIT HARNESS COLOR WIRING DIAGRAM

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  • RITCH WILSON Oct 03, 2010

    THIS IS NOT WHAT I ASK FOR. I NEED THE 2000 JETTA 'VR6' COOLANT TEMP. SENSOR COLOR WIRING DIAGRAM. IT HAS : BLUE, PURPLE, YELLOW, AND A GREEN/BROWN COLOR WIRE CONNECTION THAT SNAPS ONTO THE SENSOR. THE SENSOR UNIT IS HOUSED IN THE SAME UNIT THAT HOUSES THE THERMOSTAT. I NEED TO KNOW WHAT COLOR WIRE GOES WHERE.

  • RITCH WILSON Oct 03, 2010

    THE ANSWER PROVIDED WAS NOT CORRECT. I NEED THE COLOR WIRING CONNECTION LOCATION FOR EACH OF THE FOUR WIRES IN THE TMEP.SENSOR UNIT. THE COLORS OF THE WIRES ARE: BLUE, PURPLE(LILAC),YELLOW, AND GREEN/BROWN. THEY CAME UNPLUGGED. THE SENSOR IS LOCATED IN THE SAME HOUSING UNIT AS THE THERMOSTAT.
    THANK YOU.

  • RITCH WILSON Oct 03, 2010

    PLEASE READ MY REQUEST. THE ANSWERS AND DIAGRAM LINKS WERE NOT EVEN CLOSE TO WHAT I NEED. THE WIRING SENSOR FOR THE ENGINE COOLANT IS LOCATED WITHIN THE SAME HOUSEING UNIT AS THE THERMOSTAT O NTHE ZR6 JETTA. THAT SENSOR WIRING I NEED TO KNOW WHO GOES WHERE....BLUE,PURPLE(LILAC),YELLOW, AND GREEN/BROWN WIRES.

  • RITCH WILSON Oct 03, 2010

    PLEASE READ MY REQUEST. THE ANSWERS AND DIAGRAM LINKS WERE NOT EVEN CLOSE TO WHAT I NEED. THE WIRING SENSOR FOR THE ENGINE COOLANT IS LOCATED WITHIN THE SAME HOUSEING UNIT AS THE THERMOSTAT O NTHE ZR6 JETTA. THAT SENSOR WIRING I NEED TO KNOW WHO GOES WHERE....BLUE,PURPLE(LILAC),YELLOW, AND GREEN/BROWN WIRES.

  • RITCH WILSON Oct 03, 2010

    PLEASE READ MY REQUEST. THE ANSWERS AND DIAGRAM LINKS WERE NOT EVEN CLOSE TO WHAT I NEED. THE WIRING SENSOR FOR THE ENGINE COOLANT IS LOCATED WITHIN THE SAME HOUSEING UNIT AS THE THERMOSTAT O NTHE ZR6 JETTA. THAT SENSOR WIRING I NEED TO KNOW WHO GOES WHERE....BLUE,PURPLE(LILAC),YELLOW, AND GREEN/BROWN WIRES.

  • RITCH WILSON Oct 03, 2010

    PLEASE READ MY REQUEST. THE ANSWERS AND DIAGRAM LINKS WERE NOT EVEN CLOSE TO WHAT I NEED. THE WIRING SENSOR FOR THE ENGINE COOLANT IS LOCATED WITHIN THE SAME HOUSEING UNIT AS THE THERMOSTAT O NTHE ZR6 JETTA. THAT SENSOR WIRING I NEED TO KNOW WHO GOES WHERE....BLUE,PURPLE(LILAC),YELLOW, AND GREEN/BROWN WIRES.

  • RITCH WILSON Oct 03, 2010

    THE WIRING HARNESS IS NUMBERED...1,2,3,4. WHICH COLOR WIRE: BLUE,PURPLE(LILAC),GREEN/BROWN,AND YELLOW GO WITH WHICH NUMBER ON THE PLUG HARNESS???????

  • RITCH WILSON Oct 03, 2010

    IT IS THE LATER STYLE SENSOR TERMINAL THAT IS CURVED AT ONE END. FOUR WIRES. THEY ARE BLUE,YELLOW,PURPLE(LILAC), AND GRN/BRN....THIS IS FOR A VR6. PLEASE HELP, I NEED TO KNOW IN THE TERMINAL IT IS NUMBERED 1,2,3,4. WHAT COLOR GOES TO 1,2,3,4 ???????????

  • RITCH WILSON Oct 03, 2010

    THIS SENSOR IS HOUSED IN THE SAME UNIT THAT HOUSES THE THERMOSTAT.....THERE ARE (4) FOUR WIRES. ONE IS
    BLUE, ONE IS YELLOW, ONE IS PRUPLE(LILAC), AND ONE IS GREEN/BROWN....4 WIRES!

  • RITCH WILSON Oct 03, 2010

    CORRECTION!!!! THE WIRES ARE BROWN/BLUE,WHITE/BROWN,BLUE, ANDPURPLE(LILAC)....THANK YOU VERY MUCH.

  • RITCH WILSON Oct 03, 2010

    NO I JUST CHECKED ONE MORE TIME..THE WIRES ARE : BROWN/BLUE, WHITE/BROWN,BLUE, AND PURPLE(LILAC)........

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Hello. Your best bet is to go to your public library and borrow the 2000 VW repair manual. If you wish to purchase one, you can do so at most bookstores, auto parts stores or on line

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2000 VOLKSWAGON JETTA VR6 COOLANT TEMPERATURE CONTROL UNIT HARNESS COLOR WIRING DIAGRAM:

1. Wire coming from Engine Control Module (ECM - A35) pin no.# 93 to the Engine Coolant Temperature (ECT - B24) sensor pin no.# 3: blue
2. Wire coming from Engine Control Module (ECM - A35) pin no.# 108 to the Engine Coolant Temperature (ECT - B24) sensor pin no.# 4: brown / blue

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Hi! Does it give you a red, yellow and black wires?

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I don't think anyone is going to find a color picture. They are all black and white. My advice is to go to a dealership where there is an identical car, and look the wires. Or, if you can go to an auto wrecker and look, or somebody elses car. But all manuals are black and white.

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I always suggest going to your local library. I have looked for hours and hours online and have never found a place to get any manuals. I get several people a day asking for manuals. And everyone wants them for free, or to be able to download. If you have a library card already, just log on to your library web site and do a search.

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