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Need info on replacing water pump on 1997 vw jetta gl w/2.0 liter 4 cylinder w/ ac

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What is the firing order for a 1997 vw jetta with a 2.0 were is the number one on the cap located


The firing order for a 1997 VW Jetta with a 2.0 liters engine is: 1 - 3 - 4 - 2 .
The number one cylinder on the cap is marked by the black dot in the picture below:

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Dont know where thermostat goes. engine overheating, coolsnt not cycling.


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the thermostat can be difficult to get at because the AC and power steering pump are all bolted on top of the water pump,

Your problem may not be a bad thermostat.
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1) water pump, some of the vw pumps are poorly made & tend to go bad.

2) fans belts, it can be tricky to get the right tension on these belts due to a badly designed tensioner system on the power steering & water pump belt.

3) hoses, radiator, coolant tank,. the radiators and coolant tank tend to leak when they get old, the plastic cracks or the rubber seals go bad.
Also check the electrical system controlling the engine cooling fans. there are sensors and relays that can go bad.
I have owned 8 vw's most of the major problems with these cars was due to electical problems.

4) Engine problems such as a blown head gaskets, or ignition timing problems can cause overheating. luckily VW engines usually don't have these problems, unlike other companies 4 cylinder engines (the Dodge Neons for example)



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I need to take off the water pump on a automatic 1992 jetta...


If it's a 2.0L or 1.8l, you'll have to take off the timing belt. I'd suggest looking for a procedure on removing the timing belt and the water pump is under the distributor gear usually. Do NOT loose your marks, or else you can ruin the engine.

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