Question about Volkswagen Jetta
Hello- on most VW models the heater core - sometimes called a matrix - is buried deep in the dashboard area. It is renowned as being almost the most difficult thing to access as car makers start a production line by putting the heater core on a stand and then build everything else around it.
You would have to remove the steering wheel, then the dashboard... and I would check all other possible faults before trying to replace it. What are the symptoms which make you want to find it?
Let me know. Thanks, D.
Posted on Jul 16, 2008
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