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Need a fuse box diagram for a 1998 jetta
heres a diagram of the fuse box and i listed the fuses numbered 1-22,hope this helps.
1)low beam light left
2)low beam right
7)tail light right
8)tail light left
11)high beam Left
16)sunroof/frt map/reading light
18)fuelpump /o2 sensors /control module
19)cooling fan, ac relay
21)inside lights,clock,luggage light
22)lighter,radio, trunk release
I have a 2006 ford f150 King Ranch truck. The ac
Very likely a connection. is the ac control switch on the driver door? Has a wire rubbed through its outer casing against something & grounding ? If it was a blown fuse I don’t believe it woul function at all
Right rear fender liner off. 10mm bolt off, release tabs and push upwards.
98 volkswagen jetta will not fire
Fuel - Spark - Compression
If you have a book there are testing practices within the book for 'priming the fuel system', using a volt-meter (ohms) to check the coil (in tolerance - tolerance specs), and compression testing.
With that said a dirty TPS sensor could also be a cause - bypass the Throttle Position Sensor (TPS) by holding down the gas pedal to the floor and starting the vehicle. If the vechile starts get some electrical cleaning spray and clean the TPS electrical connection and chase it with compressed air (quick-dry -- compressed air works as a cleaning aid too).
Could also be a main computer problem if you have had 'different' problems occuring with the vehicle (stalling, black smoke, won't start, etc.)
I hope this helps
My 1998 vw jetta 2.0
strange coincidence, diesel or petrol? did you wash the engine bay? so many possibilities you should take it to your local mechanic
1998 vw jetta tdi did not shut off
The air plate is not shutting off the air to the intake manifold or you are getting oil into the intake. Check the flap on the end of the intake where the black boot connects to it. You could have a vacuum leak or electronic issue not sur with out looking at it.
98 jetta wolfsburg. Clip
It has a plastic Ratchet style gear at the pedal end of the cable that has to be released. This gear automatically adjust the clutch when the pedal is pressed. Never put a jack against a clutch arm. You will probably have to disengage the cable to reset the ratchet gear. Don't strip the teeth on the gear
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