I had another tire that had 2 plugs. By the time I could get in the car they were all working again. A clogged orifice tube The orifice tube is located between the condenser in the front of the radiator and the evaporator in the passenger compartment. I put off the repairs as my commute is pretty short now. Not true , but expect 40 degrees at the vent. I parked the car that night and slept well believing what they had told me.
Please look at the attachment. When driving various speeds, the check engine light illuminated. I walked around and noticed the drivers side rear tail light was also out. I wish I would have read the reviews about this company before we made the purchase. Given I did not cause the oem parts to fail and made no modifications to the car or it's wiring with the temporary fans I feel this should be covered. This article deals with the brushes and will give you a better idea of how to work on the fans: If you connect them directly, you are looking for fans that spin fast.
Brought it back to service dept. He finally decided after a day of wasted tests to order the part. All fuses are alright as well as the crankshaft's sensor. He was dead on and saved me hundreds of dollars on this repair. This is a 0 dollar fix.
Hopefully, your '97 was originally serviced with R134a refrigerant. Thank you so much for sharing your experience here. Before the Tiguan, I never had tire problems. They themselves say that the Compressor Control Valve is simply blocked by metal particles. I got out of work and started my car to clear snow off it, and everything was fine. No oil dripping or puddles of oil found in garage. If you have similar issues or know how to help me please get in touch! I also bet they still charge the outrageous diagnostic fee.
The problem is that they want to flush the system and replace compressor, new expansion valve and new condenser. I took it to the dealership and they confirmed the 30 amp fuse had overheated and caused the fusebox to melt hence the burning smell. Of course I will go to the dealer to have it reviewed. I was having an intermittent loss of air conditioning for quite some time now. Too fast and gets 50mpg.
I went out to start my car and noticed I had a light on my dashboard. I own a standard Jetta 1. On Thursday, the temperature's icon on the dashboard turned on and, when I opened the hood, I noticed that the antifreeze compartment was not closed correctly and the liquid was coming out of it. The tech on the phone explained that they tested my vehicle and it was cooling down but that there was nothing wrong with my car. The second time the abs light, the air bag light, and the check engine light came on.
It sounds like a speaker struggling to produce the low tones. It wasn't until I turned the headlights on that I noticed the light on the dash was on indicating I had a light out somewhere. The failure mileage was 39,400. Speedometer, gas gauge none of the dash worked. Glad to see someone found a way to get a switch great website. I had 2 flat tires and had to replace the tires. I thought my compressor had failed but it had turned out it was just the wire.
In 2016, I figured that the tire problem had to be in the past. Now at 71000 miles the heating and cooling system stopped working along with other electrical components. He informed me that they had tested other 2019 Jettas from the lot and they did the same thing. Vent fan works fine and there are no blown fuses. Although the has the most overall complaints, we rate the 2009 model year as worse because of other possible factors such as higher repair cost or more problems at lower mileage. I took my car to the dealer to get it checked; I drove the car with the technician Daniel and I showed them the noise.
I will spend the rest of my life telling people about my bad experience with Volkswagen. We took it for a test drive and technician said he does hear and feel it. Love the ability to hold 5 passengers and the two circle design of the dashboard gauge. We saw that there were flames coming out from underneath the front of the car. This was much better, but still not perfect.
On Wednesday, it worked properly. It will shoot out like a rocket and damage the rad if it's in the way. People inside the car just laugh at the fact that this is supposedly a new car. I was excited when I got it. I got home and when I shut the car off and turned it back on, the light on the dash was out, and all my exterior lights were working. The engine operation seemed unaffected and it wasn't dark enough to tell if the exterior lights were affected.