Do you mean the mil or engine check lamp??? it will have a picture of an engine.. if it is this lamp then it has an engine management fault and will need to be checked on an OBDII scaner.. your vw dealer will be able to help, or most auto-electricians will have this tool...
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spark plug cable or the ignition coil ,,,, try the first one. also try filling up 8 oz. of injection fuel cleaner full at your tank (7bucks) and let your car run few minutes. i hope it wasnt your fuel filter (20 bucks)clooge-up neither fuel pump.
That sounds like it could be the handbrake warning light.Check the switch under the handbrake lever,if not brocken.Also could be the brake fluid level sensor,telling you the brake fliud in the bottle is low.good luck
Bring this vehicle into a shop as soon as possible. The beeping noise may be your oil pressure switch telling you there is a problem. Pretty soon the vehicle may not start. I'm not sure if this sensor is tied into ignition system.
i have a 1997 Golf GTI 2.0 liter engine the motor was replace and has 40,000 on it but the body has close to 150,000 on it everytime i shift 1st to 2nd somethings hitting the ground somewhere and secondly the intake maniflold has like a rattle in it or something of that sort and i dont know where its coming from its sounds like a missfire but im not 100% sure yet can someone help me and oo and 4th and 5th gear the clutch makes a biut of grinding noise like not loud and only when your fully in gear and the clutch is all the way out any ideas
i had the same problem. After checking the window motor was not the problem i then checked the wiring harnes in the door. I beeped out all the connectors to make sure there were no broken wires and cleaned up all the contacts. The main connector looked quite corroded. I sprayed all the connectors with rust check and reassembled. The window is working fine now
When you turn left or right sounds like your CV joints on the drive shaft. They may need replacing. Your oil problem could be a faulty oil pressure sensor or a failing oil pump. These need checking out by someone who knows what they are doing. If the oil pump fails, you may end up needing a replacement engine.