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Question about 2003 Jetta TDI

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...soft break pedal from time to time but no real problem has poped up. I did have a master cylinder go way back when I first got the car in 2003. Have not had to replace that part again. The glowplug ...

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...brake fluid level. Add if needed. Run the engine letting it idle check again. Add if needed. Still soft steering? Bleed the system. Open the reservoir. Run the engine and turn the steering side to ...

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...brake and place blocks behind the back tires for safety. Disconnect the negative battery cable with a terminal puller. Raise the front end of the car with a jack for easier access to the starter. ...

Question about 2000 Jetta TDI

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soft and slow to brake. When stoping from reverse I had no problems but to stop from 25 mph it took a scary long time and the grinding sound was gone. The grinding sound was the metal part of the worn

Question about 2004 Jetta

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brake is sticking. if you get a bunch of small ones it may be a bad tire(belt shifted) a lot of newer brands of tire are very soft, to help with traction, the softness will often times cause the tires

Question about 2004 Jetta

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brake pedal seems soft not a lot of brake its been 2 days now fluids still up but petal still feels off. Suggestions Please Thank you Terry There is air in the system. Bleed brakes but you gotta do it

Question about 2004 Jetta

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...brake pedal seems soft not a lot of brake its been 2 days now fluids still up but petal still feels off. Suggestions Please Thank you Terry If the fluid was really low you most likely need brake pads ...

...soft almost to floor/motor on//hard when motor off Either your Brake Master Cylinder or your Slave Cylinder has failed. The brake fluid is internally leaking past the piston cups. First remove the ...

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