How to Replace a 1999 Passat MAF Sensor?

Answer The MAF (mass airflow) sensor within the 1999 Passat is an important component, as it relays important messages to the engine computer. The sensor tells the engine's computer exactly how much air i... Read More »

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How to Replace a O2 Sensor in a 1999 Passat?

The 1999 Volkswagen Passat uses an oxygen sensor as a part of the vehicle's fuel and emissions management system. The O2 sensor measures the amount of oxygen present in the vehicle's outgoing exha... Read More »

How to Replace the Blower Fan on a 1999 Passat?

The heating and air conditioning system on your 1999 Volkswagen Passat uses a blower motor to pull air from the outside, and passes it over the heater core for heating or the heat exchanger when in... Read More »

How to Replace the Brakes Pads on a 1999 Passat?

Later models of the Volkswagen Passat would be equipped with all-wheel anti-lock brakes, while the 1999 model comes standard with front-wheel discs. The braking system employs a system of brake pad... Read More »

How to Replace 1999 VW Passat Rear Brakes?

The rear brake pads on your 1999 Passat may need replacing about 15,000 miles from when they were last replaced. Replacing the rear brake pads will require the additional knowledge of how to adjust... Read More »