Question about 2003 Volkswagen Jetta TDI
Posted by Anonymous on
The problem could be in one of relays. You can chek that easily. The fuse and relay box is usualy under he bonnet. The relays are mostly the same, but check that to be shure, if its so then mark them, draw a preciselocation diagram and swich them places. If there is any changes, maybe something else doesnt work or just anything, than thats the relay. Buy a new one and replace it. How to chek? Put all relays in old places and take one out each time and replace with new one.
If its not a relay problem. Maybe its alternator problem. It can be that some times, if there is not enough charging, the electrics go nuts.
If that doesnt help, than you need to go for diagnostics in specialised garage.
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