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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2000 jetta vr6 coil pack
i need the engine size in order to answer your question, since this car come with, 1.8 1.9 2.0 and 2.8 engines on it please tell me wich one you have and we go from there
Posted on Jun 17, 2008
You may want to check a few other componants before you write-off the ECM. It could be it but its not common. The cam or crank positioning sensor, the ignition pick-up, the MAP or MAF sensor, And possibly the ignition switch.
Posted on May 16, 2009
Suggest you check the wiring harness for continuity.
(Unplugged from ECM, of course!)
These wiring harnesses have a bad rep for intermittent breaks, in the wires of the harness. You have to wiggle the harness while running a continuity check, (Multimeter set to OHMS), otherwise the break/s may not show up.
Yes, I know where that harness is located. No, it's not Even going to be fun to remove, and check this harness!
I had to do this with a 1992 Pontiac Bonneville, with a 3.8L engine, not too long ago. Everything had to be removed, on the front of the engine, Including the water pump, in order to extract this harness.
Made me SO happy! (I still get the 'Giggles' when I think about it!!)
Posted on May 19, 2009
SOURCE: We have replaced the coil pack 3 times and the pcm once and about every 6 months we get a code for misfire on cylinder # 1 and winds down to replacing the coil pack every 6 months. Have seen this befo
the ignition module may be going bad Are you using oem coils
Posted on May 21, 2009
If you have fire, then it's probably a fuel problem. Turn the key to the on position, you should hear a 'whirring' sound from the gas tank, which is the fuel pump. This sound will only last a few seconds , but should indicate that the fuel pump is working. If no sound, check the fuel pump fuse, fuel pump relay, and the fuel pump itself . Good luck.
Posted on Aug 11, 2009
Testimonial: "Thank you so much for the offer of help. The pump is woking fine, in fact we replaced it about a year ago. I can hear it running."
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