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VOLKSWAGEN JETTA Help needed in Houston area

I am new here and fairly new to VW in general I purchased a 2003 jetta 2.8l a little over a year ago and have had a nightmare since. Most of the time I feel it is time to drive it into a river and use insurance money to buy something different. Besides the Power distribution block melting a couple of times I am now having issues with codes being thrown for the Knock sensors and the Cam Position sensors

VOLKSWAGEN JETTA O2 Codes 97 2.0 jetta

Hi Thanks for having me here I have been a long time VW driver I have own several of them. Scirocco Rabbit Fox and now a jetta all of them I have owned 2nd hand and every single one of them except for the Rabbit have given me electrical problems. Here is whats going on with the jetta I took it to someone on a recommendation from a friend whom I thought was a mechanic and not a parts re placer to take

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VOLKSWAGEN JETTA sick Jetta

I have a 2002 jetta 1.8 Turbo Automatic gas engine. Just recently my automatic locks sunroof and windows will stop working I notice this at night or in the morning which sounds odd I know... also when I open any of the 4 doors the interior lights will blink on and off. again only in the morning or at night. When this happens I hear a clicking in the top of the dashboard on the left side. could this

VOLKSWAGEN JETTA 1996 Jetta. Hard Check engine light

Hello I have a 96 jetta gls 2.0 Litter. I really need help to get the check engine to go off. It is super complicated. As of right now I have six codes. They are P0327 Knock sensor 1 circuit low imput bank 1 or 1 sensor P0440 Evap emission control system malfunction P0133 O2 sensor CKT slow response (bank 1 sensor one) P0171 System too lean P1613 Manufacturer control auxiliary inputs auxiliary outputs

VOLKSWAGEN JETTA II 92 Jetta stumbles on acceleration

I have a 1992 jetta 1.8 and when I bought the car I replaced the o2 sensor to cure some problems and then replaced the coolant sensor and it fixed the low end stubling as I was told it would but now after about 2 weeks of driving it is starting to stumble on accelaration again. I already dud a complete tune up replaced plug o2 sensor collant sensor oil pressure sensors lol what else could it be. after

VOLKSWAGEN JETTA jetta jerk off

help...87 jetta CONTINUES TO RUN WITH KEY OUT....BECAUSE THE TACHH PLUG IS CORRECTLY FITTED TO THE COIL( SOMEONE PULLED THE TACH WIRE SIDE OFF TO ALLOW THE CAR TO SHUT DOWN WITH KEY>OFF)...I RECONNECTED THE TACH FOR OBVIOUS REASONS AS IT FEEDS OTHER VITAL sensors THAT NEED TO BE OPERATIONAL ( SO IM CLUTCH STALLING THE CAR TO SHUT IT DOWN)...THERE IS NO BI PASS THAT I CAN SEE ON THE IGNITION CYLINDER(

VOLKSWAGEN JETTA first jetta

Hey everyone this is my first port. I just got a 2003 jetta 2.0 5 speed with just under 100000 miles. I have done some reading on forums. I know the water pump and timing belt often go bad. How can i tell if they have been replacest or if there is anything else that i have to look out for. Also my engine light is on and the place i got it from said it was a o2 sensor. Is there any comin sensors that

VOLKSWAGEN JETTA P0422 Code - Evap Leak [97 Jetta] - Post Pics Please

Could someone post pictures on what might need to be replaced Specifically hoses or areas under the hood or under the car that should be checked out (besides gas cap). Its for a 1997 VW jetta. Thanks. Edit I have also these if you dont mind editing them to show me One hose was replaced in this picture by a mechanic. If I could I would edit the pictures to show which one but I dont have a program to

VOLKSWAGEN JETTA IV 03 Jetta overheating

Hi all new to forum. My wifes 03 jetta 2.0 overheats only when driving at faster speeds. While city driving temp stays at 190 but once I start driving it further and faster it goes crazy all the way to the top and then the coolant light comes on. The cooland level is fine... Any ideas thanks This ad is not displayed to registered members. Register your free account today and become a member on volkswagen Forum

Overheating Waterpump Thermostat Head Gasket Forgot to add that you should make sure that the coolant sensor is the newer Green one. The 03 jettas have the older black sensors which are faulty. Also make sure that the coolant reservoir is okay without any cracks etc. I had a problem with my original black sensor. It was actually cracked and coolant was slowly leaking through and migrating. Slowly enough

VOLKSWAGEN JETTA IV 00 Vr6... Code help

Hi I have heard lots of stories about the 02 sensors and bad cat converters on jettas and it is now my turn to suffer i suppose. I have a 2000 jetta GLS VR6 2.8L and I got these codes from an Autozone scan. P1103 P1196 P0134 P0420 I was hoping someone can help me determine what the problem might be. Any help is appreciated. Thanks John This ad is not displayed to registered members. Register your free account today and become a member on volkswagen Forum

VOLKSWAGEN JETTA 1999.5 jetta check engine light on

I have a check engine light on. it is the catalytic convertero2 sensors code. I have replaced the o2 sensors and had the CAT checked at Meineke and they said the CAT was fine. I have no idea how to get this light to stay out. I took it in for a CAT monitoring system update but that helped nothing. This ad is not displayed to registered members. Register your free account today and become a member on volkswagen Forum

VOLKSWAGEN JETTA Jetta error codess

i realise this is a little off topic but since i have given up trying to figure out how to make my own thread i am here. I have a 2000 jetta 2.0 and i have replaced fuel pump fuel filter ignition coil pack plugs wires mass air sensor and vaccum lines. But my problem still remains. When the engine is cool it will start and it runs strong. But once it warms up it will die and will not start back up until

I dont know why you find it difficult to make a new post just go to the jettaBORA section and click on the black New Thread button top left VAG Error Code 16706 EOBD II Error Code P0322 Fault Location Crankshaft Position (CKP) SensorEngine Speed (RPM) Sensor (G28) - No Signal Possible Cause Malfunction Indicator Lamp (MIL)(K83) active. Engine shuts off. Engine doesnt start. Speedometer inoperative.

VOLKSWAGEN JETTA I Idle issue IM BROKE I NEED ADVICE

Ok so about a year ago I bought 95 volkswagen jetta GL. Its a 5 speed 4 cylinder 2.0 liter. When I bought it it had about 103000 miles and It was like 1800 dollars so I snagged it because Im a full time college student who commutes and Im broke as a joke. Its not in bad shape and it runs pretty much without fail. However recently its been having some major idle issues. For example I will be driving

VOLKSWAGEN JETTA Cooling hose flange

I need help I have a 1989 jetta GL with 1.8 liter. I need help installing a cooling hose flange kit. There are two sensors one is a blue sensor. I think this one is for water temp. What is the black one Where do the O-rings go Should I put it together before I put it on the car Thank you for your help. This ad is not displayed to registered members. Register your free account today and become a member on volkswagen Forum

VOLKSWAGEN JETTA Sloppy Wheels

My son recently purchased a 2000 jetta. Shortly after his clutch went out. We took it to the VW dealer and hadthe clutch and flywheel replaced (after market which we purchased and thedealership installed as their prices were outrageous.The dealership also informed us they replaceda recall item something to do with a brake light. Now the car has a problem with the brakes. Atspeeds above 10 MPH there

VOLKSWAGEN JETTA Airbag Fault UPDATED

I have had a 2006 jetta TDI for about 3 months now. About 8 weeks ago I was sitting in a Sonic waiting for my food and out of nowhere my airbag light came on and the message Airbag Fault popped up on the message center. I did not worry about it too much since it doesnt affect the function of the car. I took it in today for service and pointed it out to the dealership. Well they changed out a wire that

VOLKSWAGEN JETTA CEL vag code 17748(obd p1340)

Currently have a 01 jetta gls 1.8T AWD with check engine light on for cam sensor code. I verified all timing marks on both cams and crankshaft. Replaced cam position sensor and crank sensor cleared codes then test drove. At second startup code returned. Cannot seem to pinpoint cause. wiring between sensors and ecm are good. I do have a VagCom but cannot find measuring block to show offset between cam

VOLKSWAGEN JETTA 99.5 Engine Speed (Crank) Sensor

Well.......this is my second related post.........but I have more specifics. I replaced a failing Engine speed (Crank) sensor on my 2.0 jetta which corrected the problem but aweek later the car wouldnt start. After running through all the electrical diagnostics I found that the replacement failed as well. The replacement I used was an aftermarket at 12 the price....so Im skeptical. Im also wondering

VOLKSWAGEN JETTA MIL Check Engine Light

I have a 2003 jetta GLS model with 60K miles on it. I have taken the car to the dealer to have it reviewed for the Check Engine light. I was told that the thermostat and the two sensors needed to be replaced. I have done this a total of three times. If the dealer is telling me what to do and the light comes back on two weeks later again and again doesnt this mean that there is a problem and I should

VOLKSWAGEN JETTA Looking for TPS

Hey guys this is my first post so forgive me if I dont know where I should be posting this question. I have been looking to replace my TPS (throttle postion sensor) on my 1995 jetta GLX with a V6 standard tranny and can not seem to find anyone who has one that matches my part number. It is 021 907 385 B ABE. I went on ebay and found one but it is used and I am a little nevious about buying used sensors.

VOLKSWAGEN JETTA Cat

My 2002 jetta Wagon 2.0 keeps throwing the P0420 code. I know there are many threads on this subject but this is unique. I got a brand new cat under warranty last August so unless I got a dud it is not that. I replaced the rear o2 sensor with an OEM from 1stvwparts.com so again unless it it s dud its not that either. While looking at the measuring blocks the post o2 sensor shows 000 until the cat warms

VOLKSWAGEN JETTA New Jersey Mechanic

I need to take my car (01 Base jetta) to a reliable mechanic that will fix my car at a cheaper price suggested by dealership (2K). I need to have my oxygen sensors replaced front mufflerexhaustion looked at and thermostatgasket. Ive taken the car in for a diagnosis at the dealership. Any help would be great. Thanks This ad is not displayed to registered members. Register your free account today and become a member on volkswagen Forum

VOLKSWAGEN JETTA oilheat problem in creeping traffic

Ive got an 88 jetta Slalom fresh oil change and running fine aside from a few little idiosyncrasies which need diagnosing and tuning up. After being stuck in very slow traffic (about 30 minutes to move about 10 blocks - during which there seemed to be nothing unusual happening) I finally got onto the highway and as soon as I got up to third gear the oil pressure light and buzzer came on for a few seconds

VOLKSWAGEN JETTA PO420 catalyst system

I have a 2002 1.8T jetta and it threw a code saying PO420 catalyst system efficiency bleow threshold bank 1. I would like to know what I need to fix so I can clear the coode. I also wonder if it is my cats are no longer any good or the sensors but no other code threw. Thank you L.U. This ad is not displayed to registered members. Register your free account today and become a member on volkswagen Forum

VOLKSWAGEN JETTA Temp light flashing and check engine light on

I have a 94 jetta 2.0. My car stumbles on acceleration and wont maintain the speed limit without jerkin me around. It only does it between 1500 and 3000 rpms. Unless i floor it and haul its fine. But tryin to cruise is a no go. Ive repalced my egr valce my iac valve and my coolant temp sensors the 2 prong and 4 prong. My plugs and wires have been replaced also. What the hell is wrong with my car.

VOLKSWAGEN JETTA lower rad hose cold

1990 jetta with a 1.8 eight valve dignifant II. All coolant hoses are hot except lower rad hose. Changed thermostat and same problem. Checked both old and new thermostats by the boil water submerge test. Both open and close when removed from hot water. Re-installed new thermostat and filled rad by unhooking top rad hose and filling through it. Took one of the coolant sensors out to burp the system.

VOLKSWAGEN JETTA IV 2004 1.8T Mileage Consumption Decreases Help solve Mystery

We have our regularly maintained 2004 VW jetta Turbo and noticed in the past month or so the mileage on our car has significantly decreased. The car only gets about 300-350 KM in the city (unleaded) whereas before it used to get 100 Km per tank more.... The mystery is the fact its reguarly maintained brakesair filter were all replaced and tire pressure is fine.....no engine light has appeared (discounting

VOLKSWAGEN JETTA Parts List

Im heading to Michigan in April and am getting some more parts added to the jetta. Heres the problem...with so many different websites parts manufacturers and opinions which website or comnpany do you want to go through. Im all about saving a buck so heres what Im looking for Underdrive Pulley Kit O2 sensors Racing Header Front Brakes (cross drilledslotted rotors) dunno what pads to use Fuel Filter....but

VOLKSWAGEN JETTA IV 03 Jetta O2 sensor replacement

I need to replace the O2 sensor on my 03 jetta GLS. I think its located in the center-rear of my engine. Is this correct Next are there any special tools I need to replace it Do I need to simply unbolt it from the engine block and replace it or is it more complicated than that Thanks in advance This ad is not displayed to registered members. Register your free account today and become a member on volkswagen Forum

Quote Originally Posted by piyush123 I need to replace the O2 sensor on my 03 jetta GLS. I think its located in the center-rear of my engine. Is this correct Next are there any special tools I need to replace it Do I need to simply unbolt it from the engine block and replace it or is it more complicated than that Thanks in advance The jetta has 2 02 sensors on them the Pre-Cat and the Post-Cat. Both

VOLKSWAGEN JETTA IV 2001 GLS VR6 Jetta Check Engine Light Comes on

I bought this vehicle yesterday from its previous owner. Had it checked out by a mechanic who said it was in great condition and ready to buy - so I did. I drove it home and to school this morning. On my way home the MDI switch came on. After I turned the car off and tried to restart it the battery died. I took it to the local Pep Boys they replaced the battery and said the code for the check engine

I had the same problem I have a 2001 jetta vr6. The issue is the coil andor plug wires and to replace the coil &or wires you must go OEM with them. If you do not it will continue to have issues. The last one I replaced cost me around 1000 for the coil and wires 150. These cars are so sensitive to aftermarket parts. Also expect to have issues with the catalytic converter and oxygen sensors. I think the 99-01 were probably some of the worst jettas to be produced.

VOLKSWAGEN JETTA OBD ll Trouble Code P1128 Meaning & Solution

My grand daughter has a 2000 2.0 liter 5 speed jetta with 47000 miles. The check engine light came on and she called me. I put a scanner on and got one trouble code P1128 which the Bently Manual identifies as Long Term Fuel Trim Mult. Bank1 System too Lean. I cleared the code and it didnt return after a short ride. She indicated that the engine showed no change in the way it ran when the Check Engine

Holy misinformation. Yes by definition the Check Engine Light refers to emissions... so ALL CEL codes are emissions related. There are several different categories of codes. A Readiness Monitor oversees each group (ie Misfire codes Catalyst codes Evap codes etc). A typical car has 8-10 Readiness Monitors. Not all codes are directly engine related but since the engine makes most of the emissions on a vehicle well... you do the math. With me so far The tricky thing about check engine light codes (or more accurately DTCs - Diagnostic Trouble Codes) is... pay attention... they dont tell you whats wrong. Honest. What they tell you in a nutshell is what sensor saw something wrong. Sometimes the code description will give you a pretty good clue but it can just as often be really misleading. Its a pretty stupid system. The question now becomes WHY was that code set What is the actual problem Well like most car repairs go diagnose it and fix it. The DTC is a symptom. Not the problem. A very common example of this is an oxygen sensor code. There are quite a few different O2 codes but just because you have an O2 code doesnt mean you need an oxygen sensor. Could be plugs or a fuel filter or a catalytic converter or yes possibly an O2 sensor. But too many people (mechanics included) see an O2 code install an oxygen sensor and still have a check engine light. Doh. Long Term Fuel B1 System Too Lean means the airfuel ratio is too lean. Period. (This code is kinda tricky- the fuel trim is too lean because the PCM commanded the fuel injection to run lean to compensate for a rich condition. The engine is actually running rich. Did I mention OBD is a really dumb system) Long Term Fuel B1 System Too Lean doesnt mean the MAF sensor is bad or an O2 is bad or you need a tune up or smoking is bad for you. Sure MAF sensors are a common cause of this code on VWs but not the only one. I totally forgot my point. But its almost never as simple as Pxxx code such and such repair. And never believe what you read on the internet. So ignore everything I said. This ad is not displayed to registered members. Register your free account today and become a member on volkswagen Forum

Ive read enough to know that VW and CEL is synonymous so I shouldnt be surprised. Here goes my events and what all Ive done about it. 2001 VW jetta GLS 2.8L VR6 Ive gotten the too rich too lean code for years. I replaced the MAF a few years ago and it did go away. Its been back a few times and Ive just kept clearing the code long enough to get emissions done and been on my way. I had a few things that

an O2 is bad or you need a tune up or smoking is bad for you. Sure MAF sensors are a common cause of this code on VWs but not the only one. I totally forgot my point. But its almost never as simple as Pxxx code such and such repair. And never believe what you read on the internet. So ignore everything I said. I just had this problem while driving across the country. After the CEL came on my 98 jettas

VOLKSWAGEN JETTA IV 2003 Jetta Catalytic Converter issue

My 2003 jetta 2.0L has issue w Catalytic convertor - P0420. Can i use any universal cat so that i can get rid of Check Engine Light and pass emmisions This ad is not displayed to registered members. Register your free account today and become a member on volkswagen Forum

I bought an aftermarket magnaflow cat and it works fine but the o2 sensor and the code for the cat keep tripping my check engine light. I havent found a way around it. If you dont mind the check engine light on go aftermarket to save money. Everyone I have talked to says any thing aftermarket on these cars causes problems and I must agree i have had issues with aftermarket plug wires coil cat o2 sensors. I will never own another vw after spending the money to fix the 01 jetta vr6 i have.

VOLKSWAGEN JETTA IV 03 Jetta ac quit after battery died - HELP its hot in TX

Battery was dead last week so we jumped it & I drove to work (less than 2 miles). Needed to be jumped to get home & again the next day (at this point the ac was still working). That night I went home & mildly cleaned off all the corrosion from the battery post & noticed that the radiator (left side facing the car) was still running after the car had been shut off for about 45 minutes so I believed

VOLKSWAGEN JETTA IV 03 Jetta 1.8 w aftermarket down pipe

I have an after market Down pipe and am having trouble with the check engine light. It keeps triggering the o2 sensor code. I heard there is a way to put spacers on the sensors to prevent this can someone tell me how to do this please Thnx This ad is not displayed to registered members. Register your free account today and become a member on volkswagen Forum

VOLKSWAGEN GOLF IV 2001 Jetta 1.8T accelerator doesnt work TME

Hey guys Sorry to make my first post a car diagnostic question but I was hoping someone could help me. I just replaced my ignition coilsspark plugs and my 2001 jetta Wolfsburg idles GREAT but the accelerator doesnt work at all Any idea where I should start Throttle body O2 Sensor Thanks a lot. I need to get it fixed so I can sell it to the VW dealership here and put that as a down payment on the new

VAG Error Code 18565 EOBD II Error Code P2133 Fault Location Accelerator Pedal Position (APP) sensorswitch FThrottle Position (TP) Sensor (G127)Switch F - High Input Possible Cause Malfunction Indicator Lamp (MIL)(K83) ON. Reduced Power Output. Faulty Accelerator Pedal ( very unlikely ). Wiring Harness Issue. Faulty Engine control module (ECM). O2 Sensor(s). Possible Solutions Inspect and test Wiring

VOLKSWAGEN JETTA white smoke from intake

95 jetta gl started stumbling the other day and i have no idea why... if you ease into the gas it does okay but if you are at low rpms and try get on it it boggs down dies and blows white smoke from the intake... any ideas This ad is not displayed to registered members. Register your free account today and become a member on volkswagen Forum

ive replaced the fuel filter but the plug wires im not sure about because they have been removed a few times and re used... i know the dist cap is bad. the egr valve is bad too but i unhooked the vac line to it and plugged it off and the car ran great for over a month. i was just driving down the road one day and out of nowhere it just started. my uncle said that the only time he has ever heard of smoke or anything coming out of the intake has had something to do with timing... is there some sort of variable in the timing that relates to sensors or vaccum on jettas

VOLKSWAGEN JETTA 94 2.0L oil pressure

having light issues with my jetta. I am running the OEM filter and changed both oil sending units. With 10w30 my light stays on when warm. With 15w40 light is on inconsistency. I checked pressure tonight and it is about 22psi at normal temp and idle. I see my Haynes manual says 29psi and 2200 RPM and normal temp.... guessed i should have read that first.... What are your thoughts Is my pressure ok

Hey guys Im going through the same thing with my 95 jetta. I too have replaced both sensors and Ive also replaced the oil pump but that annoying beep beep beep of the oil light keeps on going when warm unless I down shift or rev the motor. If you guys can help me it would save my sanity. Thanks

VOLKSWAGEN JETTA My check engine light keeps coming on and off

Okay I bought my 2006 jetta used three years ago. I love it but recently the check engine light has been popping on and off. I took it to a VW guru who hooked up to her machines and it stated that it was the cateletic converter. So I got that fixed. Then I was ready to take it to get emissions(its due OCTOBER 27th) and the light came back on. So I took it back to the guru and she hooed it back up.

Quote Originally Posted by meagnash Okay I bought my 2006 jetta used three years ago. I love it but recently the check engine light has been popping on and off. I took it to a VW guru who hooked up to her machines and it stated that it was the cateletic converter. So I got that fixed. Then I was ready to take it to get emissions(its due OCTOBER 27th) and the light came back on. So I took it back to

VOLKSWAGEN JETTA DIESEL SMOKE

I JUST PURCHASED A 2006 DIESEL jetta ABOUT 3 MONTHS AGO AND AM WONDERING IF ANY OTHER DIESEL OWNERS ARE EXPERIENCING WHAT I AM. THERE IS A CONSTANT HUGE BLACK RING OF SMOKE ON THE CAR AROUND THE MUFFLERS. ALSO THERE IS A CONSTANT COATING OF SMOKE ALL OVER THE ENTIRE CAR AND IN THE DOOR JAMS. IF I WASH THE CAR IT IS RECOVERED WITHIN A COUPLE OF DAYS. THIS SEEMS A BIT EXCESSIVE TO ME AND AM WOULD LIKE

I own a 2004 jetta Wagon with I think has the same 1.9 Engine. I feel it is the fuel you are using. Buy your fuel at a reputable dealer or use BP Diesel Supreme in it awhile and see if the smoke dissapears. I kow the diesel BP alittle more expensive but you seem to me are using some bad fuel. Mine has never smoked at all. Only at start up and I know my oil is starting to break down and time for a

VOLKSWAGEN JETTA I Im sure

I recently purchased a 90 jetta (1.8 manual). After a few days on the road it did just what the previous owner said it would do and began to studder. Now Ive researched about the ecus and what not but he told me that he had the dealership replace it ( dunno..). The problem is as stands The car suddenly acts if it is running on two cylrs and losses a load of power dark smoke boils out of the exahaust.

board cared.C. The board does this no response thing for a few weeks to get the user to do his own research (or take the car to a shop and learn nothing but how to loose alot of money in two days) or D. The post was written in Japanese. Im assuming it was D. I did take C. as the first choice over a few days and went out to dig up my own research. I found that quite typically speaking those years jettas

VOLKSWAGEN JETTA question about brakes

I have a 2000 volkswagen Jeta glx Im wondering if it has brake sensors This ad is not displayed to registered members. Register your free account today and become a member on volkswagen Forum

VOLKSWAGEN JETTA cam position sensor

Hi New to owning a VW. From what I understand there are 2 cam shaft position sensors I found and replaced one on the back right but can not find the other any one know where it is located your help would be greatly appreciated.. This ad is not displayed to registered members. Register your free account today and become a member on volkswagen Forum

VOLKSWAGEN JETTA o2 sensor

so this is prolly a stupid question and i chances are I should know the awnser but does anyone know if the mk4 1.8t has wide or narrow band o2 sensors This ad is not displayed to registered members. Register your free account today and become a member on volkswagen Forum

VOLKSWAGEN JETTA IV 01 1.8 turbo sucking oil in turbo

hello all kinda my intro as well. original owner and have had all the normal things happen IE windows falling in door 02 sensorscrayon smell in interior. have a bout 97000 miles on her and replaced the timing belt in the spring. i also had to replace a very expensive hose that connects the turbo because it was sucking ioil into it. now its winter and it is doing it again does anyone know why it is

VOLKSWAGEN JETTA My First Thread - Need Help with my MKIV

Hello everyone. Im assembling a list of possibile scenarios that would cause a P0171 code in my MKIV. I have a 1.8t with a lot of upgrades. Intake Exhaust and FrankenTurbo kit (drool). Car ran solid for about 20 minutes then threw the Bank 1 Too Lean at me and it sounds like it may have dummied up on me (can barely hear it boosting). I briefly checked for any vacuum leaks but will need to check more

VOLKSWAGEN PASSAT B5 What™s the difference between Air Mass Sensors (AMFs)

What™s the difference between MAFs for AUG engine and ATW engine This is for ™00 Passat 1.8T. The part number for AUG is 06A 906 461 L and for ATW is 06A 906 461 D. I noticed L version has screens on both sided inlet and outlet while D has it only on inlet side. Is there any other difference The L version is more than 100 cheaper. I was wondering if it™s safe to replace D version with L.

What™s the difference between Air Mass sensors (AMFs) About a hundred bucks. Some folks have actually run jetta 2.0 MAFS (normally aspirated) and it works. How well it works on our cars is yet to be determined. Now I wouldnt try a jetta MAFS but I would certainly try the AUG if I were in the same predicament. Give it a shot let us know how it goes.

VOLKSWAGEN JETTA Mk4 jetta mass air flow sensor

My 99 jetta keeps throwing off the code p1128. Could this be because of my cai Or do I need to get a new one This ad is not displayed to registered members. Register your free account today and become a member on volkswagen Forum

A leak before the cat. could trigger a code because of the O2 sensors. Usually the exhaust would be very loud if there was a leak..

VOLKSWAGEN JETTA 1996 Jetta O2 Sensor problem

I took out the upstream O2 sensor to replace it. I started screwing in the new one seemed a bit tight and then it stripped. Anybody know what size tap that I could ream out the threads with This ad is not displayed to registered members. Register your free account today and become a member on volkswagen Forum

I have no idea what size the threads are all I can suggest is to measure with calipers the diameter of the O2 sensor threads. All O2 sensors are the same size.

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