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Water pump 04 jetta 1.8t

Hi my name is Jeramiah and my water pump is going out i live in cheyenne wyoming (noware) the only shop that will work on my car want way to much to fix it i have not really worked to much on this car but i am relitilivey car smat do you know of any ware that i could print off some how to's on changing the water pump and timing belt??? please help

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    change water pump on my 2004 jetta

  • Anonymous Mar 09, 2009

    04 jetta1.8T water pump installation

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Hey man
im gettimg mine done now on an 04 jetta wagen
this site has been a great source of info.

heres a link to a page that has some good pics of the process for a 2.0 L engine, search the page for water pump
maybe you can find some info or something similar for the 1.8t

http://forums.vwvortex.com/zerothread?id=2271429

might pay register with the website to access all the info, its all free
good luck

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