2001 Jetta Thermostat Installation?

Answer The Volkswagen Jetta was one of the first Volkswagen-designed vehicles to have a water-cooled engine. Traditionally, Volkswagen relied on air-cooling to prevent overheating in their rear-mounted en... Read More »

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How to Replace a Thermostat on a VW Jetta 2001?

If the engine in your 2001 Volkswagen Jetta overheated or the inside of your car does not heat up, the likely cause is a defective thermostat. Depending on what happened to cause the thermostat not... Read More »

How to Replace a Jetta 1.8T Thermostat?

When the Volkswagen Jetta 1.8T thermostat breaks, the inside of the Jetta will not be able to produce enough heat to warm up the cabin. The engine is at no risk of overheating, because the thermost... Read More »

How to Change a Thermostat in a Jetta?

If you own a Volkswagen Jetta built between 1990 and 2005, the thermostat is located on the bottom half of the water pump. This allows the thermostat to regulate the engine temperature as the coola... Read More »

How to Change the Thermostat in a VW Jetta?

Jetta is Volkswagen's best-selling model in the U.S. "Jetta," according to VW, refers to the Atlantic jetstream, "combined with the luxury and power of a modern jetliner." Volkswagen's Jetta is als... Read More »