I'm a Florida College student, my radio buttons on my jetta have bubbled... is it the heat?? If so VW needs to make a car duarable for ALL weather Conditions, I think this is a defect. I have leased my car and will turn this car in December... So I will follow up witht his matter.
I have a Jetta 2005.5 and mine did this also plus the paint on the buttons on my electric windows were peeling off they replaced the radio and all the switches for the windows said it was a defect. hope this helps you
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I would check the pressure blow off valve to see if it is stuck partially open. check hoses for holes or leaks where clamped. Also if you have a inter cooler for this turbo check it for cracks or leaks a pressure check of air to the cooler then spray with soapy solution to look for bubbles no bubbles after cooler good.
If your coolant overflow is bubbling then regardless of what your gauge says you are having overheating issues. If your coolant is missing with no aparent leaks then you need to check your oil for a milky consistency and apearance which would most likely point to a blown head gasket. This would also explain overheating. Hope this helps
Check the condition of the belt if it looks worn (cracks and wear along the sides of the belt ) replace it . This is also a good time to check your power steering pump for fluid. Make sure its at the correct level and there is no foaming or bubbles in it. If there are bubbles or foaming it must be bled ( good idea to replace fluid at this time)
volks 2001 1.8 T wolfsburgh . overheats to dangerous levels just after 2-3 min. of driving . let it cooldown an hour , drove again same thing 2-3 min. noticed fans not working , tried to crank the heaters inside , mostly cold air come in. easy fix or not?
if your water pump is not working pull the return hose off of the reservoir and see if u get any flow at higher rpms also if you have no heat coming from heat vents the water pump is gone. could have bad t-stat. Does your a/c work? if not check your fuses on top of your battery see if one is blown. if so your cooling fans can cause you to overheat. if you have a air pocket in our system. fill first with water half way then add the pink coolant let run make sure no more bubbles. Back to the use thing. if that fuse is popped your cooling fans are bad as well you will need both fans to fix concern.
If one pipe from the radiator is hotter than the other one its usually the thermostat or water pump, seen as you already changed the thermostat id say its the waterpump.if you start the car when temp. is syill low enough to take the radiator cap off and leave it idleing and you see bubbles from the water at the cap then you possibly have a blowen head gasket etc
Do you live in very hot climate?
If so the heat inside your car can reach extreme high temperatures causing this to happen.
If this is the case then you will understand that only changing your buttons will fix you compliant.
If your not in hot climate then it could be possible that a cleaning chemical could cause this to happen.
Hi I am Vortash it sounds to me that your Thrust bearing on the clutch actuator arm is damaged , it is probably worn and not pushing evenly or that the cable is rusty and in need of repalcement ( hence the squeaking ? ) the cable may even be stretched ..some jettas in this country also had Hydraulic clutches and this would point to a leak ( damaged rubber seals or slave or master cylinder rubbers leak ) or air bubble , or low fluid level not actuating the thrust arm properly
hope this is of help regards Vortah