Question about 1999 Volkswagen Jetta
I replaced water pump and thermostat in 97 jetta. the car still over heats. the bottom radiator hose gets hot and when i squeze it i can tell water is circulateing. fans do work but i dont know if they are kicking on like they are post to. how do i figure out what is going on
Posted on Jul 03, 2011
With the symptoms you describe, coolant is not circulating through the system. Your first move to replace the thermostat was good. My next move would be to replace the water pump. Good luck.
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