How to Add Coolant to a 1998 Jetta?

Answer If your 1998 Volkswagen Jetta is low on coolant, you should add coolant to it right away. When the engine temperature runs high, you risk damage to the internal components and potentially a blown h... Read More »

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How to Remove the Coolant Pump of a 99 Jetta Glx 2.8 6Cyl. AAA?

The Jetta is a small family car that Volkswagen has manufactured since 1979, and the third generation of this series includes the 1993 through 1999 models. The GL trim level for the 1999 Jetta feat... Read More »

How to Replace the Coolant Recovery Tank in a VW Jetta?

Sometimes when you perform other repairs on your Jetta or during a vehicle accident, plastic parts, like the coolant reservoir, will become damaged. The process to replace your coolant recovery tan... Read More »

How to Refill a 1993 Jetta Diesel Coolant System?

Antifreeze coolant is important for keeping the Jetta's diesel engine at a safe operating temperature. Without the proper amount of coolant circulating within the system, the engine can overheat, ... Read More »

How to Jack Up a 1998 VW Jetta?

Rotating your tires, replacing your brake pads or installing new shocks all have one thing in common: you need to raise your vehicle off the ground to do them. Many maintenance and repair procedure... Read More »