How to Troubleshoot a 1998 VW Jetta 1.9L Diesel?

Answer The 1998 Volkswagen Jetta 1.9L diesel was one of the most reliable vehicles that Volkswagen offered. The diesel engine from Volkswagen does have one flaw, however, and that is one inherent in all d... Read More »

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How to Change the Oil in a 2004 VW Jetta Diesel?

Turbo diesel engines (TDIs) are built with stronger blocks and parts than traditional gasoline engines, but that does not mean you should shirk or skip maintenance. TDIs must have their oil changed... Read More »

How to Change a Jetta Diesel Fuel Filter?

The fuel filter on a diesel-powered Volkswagen Jetta will collect water over time. You will occasionally need to drain the filter of water, but this will eventually cause you to have to replace the... Read More »

Factory Recommended Tires for a 2002 Jetta Diesel?

Volkswagen produced a large variety of vehicles over the years with quality engines. In the line-up of vehicles is the 2002 Jetta. Several engine options came with the vehicle but only the 1.9-lite... 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 »