How to Replace an Oil Pump in a VW Jetta?

Answer An oil pump is a necessary tool for the survival of the engine. It keeps the engine components in the VW Jetta lubricated. Without lubrication, an engine is destroyed. In most cases you don't need ... Read More »

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How to Replace the Water Pump in a VW Jetta?

The water pump is the heart of the VW Jetta's cooling system, circulating the coolant. Make sure to change out a faulty water pump in your Volkswagon Jetta, which could cause the engine to overheat... Read More »

How to Replace the Water Pump on a 2000 Jetta 2.0L?

No one likes to be stuck on the side of the road dealing with an overheated vehicle. Proper maintenance of the water pump on your 2000 Jetta will ensure its continued safety and performance and red... Read More »

How to Install a Water Pump in a VW Jetta?

If your VW Jetta is overheating and your finding coolant leaks from the engine, then it might be time for a new water pump. This is a routine repair that many cars need as they near the 100,000 mil... Read More »

Jetta Fuel Pump Relay Problems?

Your Jetta has two fuel pumps. One is in the gas tank, and the main fuel pump is under the car. If your Jetta will not start or stay running, your powertrain may record fuel pump fault codes of P02... Read More »