I did a little search on the internet and I now see they have a history of brakelight switch failures on Jettas and beetles. The main benefit of the 94R is the higher amp hour rating. Battery is vented to outside of vehicle. Opt for Same-Day Store Pick-up if you need your new batteries right away. You can get that done at most chain auto stores for free.
I called the dealer to see if the car was safe to drive, they said it was. I pulled over to a safe spot and called for a tow truck. What have you done to keep the new battery charged up since you bought it? You don't have to completely remove the bolt in order to pull out the old battery. Make sure that the metal battery clamp is in place over the lip on the bottom left edge of the new battery. I just purchased a 2000 Jetta and the maintenance receipts that came with it mentioned the car battery is too small, thus some problems starting in the cold. The vehicle was not repaired.
I hope to get it repaired tomorrow. Actually I did use the larger 94R battery for about 24 hours! Flip open the top flap of the battery cover to access the electrical posts. If you can't find it, call Volkswagen and they will give you the code for free. Donations are not tax deductible. It turned out it was the brakelight switch.
It provides all the power your exceptional car requires and is designed to last for the long haul. Took it to the dealer and they replaced a relay. Please help support this website by shopping at. It has more power, weighs less, and costs less. I bought this car thinking it will go 250,000 miles with no problems and am saddened by this type of treatment for a safety issue which they have a history of. When I called Volkswagen dealer service to repair it, they denied any recall.
Warranty consists of 3 years free replacement. The airbag light went on and stayed on and I noticed that the lights in the back seat over the doors stayed on though. As I understand, reserve time is a direct comparison. They installed a full distributor rail. The battery must be up to the job.
Sorry for the bad vid its my first of this kind. I have driven many cars over 250,000 miles without a brake switch failure. Could be time for new battery. If it has a stock battery in good condition and there's starting trouble anywhere warmer than about -45F , then it's not the battery. Check terminal polarity before connecting cables, both positive and negative cables are black. That is what I recommend, too.
Based on the data I saw, the 94R battery does seem to be better than the 48H6 battery. Basically 5 years old and 105,000 miles. The click sounded funny, so I looked at the door locks and noticed that they hadn't locked. This is their suggested price. My opinion is we should use the battery size recommended by the vehicle engineers so it works well with the starter, alternator, plastic protective box, etc. The dealership was not notified, but the contact planned to notify them soon.
Although some batteries last much longer, most batteries begin breaking down chemically after four years, so you could experience dimmer headlights and other negative effects before you have a dead battery in your Jetta that you need to replace. Tighten the bolt by turning it clockwise with the 13mm socket and ratcheting wrench. My original is still 100%. The latest two problems were; 1 the engine coil was replaced once by recall and 2 my fuse box on top of my battery melted. Since you already have the spare my inclination would be to put the new battery in after the summer but to keep it on a conditioner between now and then in the garage ie not the trunk. My original battery is about the same age as your describing.
Chris A lot of battery manufacturers will tell you tat after three years, you are on borrowed time regardless of warranty period. Battery is vented to outside of vehicle. This has left me with a dead battery twice. If it is 5 years old it is not 100%. We can also test your battery and help you find the right fit for your vehicle. My 05 Pasatt is experiencing battery issues.