Here we show you in a few easy steps on how to remove the front seats out of a jetta. Per the request on some of my subscribers, these are all the different equipment and things I use on a daily basis, either with my videos, photos, or my talk show and work amazing. All items I use you can get on Amazon through the links below. For Videos and photos Camera Used: Nikon D3100 https://goo.gl/AVpfbQ Camera Tripod: https://goo.gl/H7TfX5 Mic Used: Rode Video Mic Kit with Wind Muff: https://goo.gl/2PhA3q Lighting Used: Limo Studio 700w Soft Box: https://goo.gl/foS7rx Video Editing Software: Adobe Premiere Pro CC: https://goo.gl/AaHz5h Photo Editing Software: Adobe Photoshop CC: https://goo.gl/iFLVF6 Visual Effect Software: Adobe After Effects: https://goo.gl/pLxw1x For My Studio: Studio Condenser Mic: AKG Perception 220 https://goo.gl/7Ji3wD Studio Mixer: Behringer Xenyx Q1202 USB Mixer: https://goo.gl/E8qKZ9 Desktop Mic Stand: Neewer Adjustable Suspension Mic Stand: https://goo.gl/Y6Er5n For Gaming and Live Streaming: Webcam: Logitech C922x: https://goo.gl/Q82gxF Gaming Console: Xbox One S: https://goo.gl/QuwvMg Gaming Console: Playstation 4: https://goo.gl/Z5Cmjj Capture Card: Avermedia Live Gamer Portable 2: https://goo.gl/cZyVU7 Gaming Headset: Astro A50 Wireless: https://goo.gl/pjCuuA
This video shows how I fixed the air conditioner on my daughter's 2003 Volkswagen Jetta. The problem turned out to be nothing more than a fuse (thank goodness), but a lot of car repair places would have charged big bucks for this. I probably saved a few hundred dollars. I've gotten some feedback from people who have seen this video that Beetles and Passats have this same issue. Just about any VW with a 2.0 liter engine has a similar fuse box setup in the engine bay, and that that one fuse tends to accumulate some carbon buildup on the little blades. Eventually electricity can't pass through the fuse and then the A/C clutch won't pull in. No A/C clutch means no air conditioning. This is apparently a very common problem. On various Volkswagen forums people have mentioned that this happened to them, too. I bet at most dealerships this fuse is the very first thing they check when a car with air conditioner problems comes into the shop. I also bet they still charge the outrageous diagnostic fee.
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***YES I KNOW THIS VIDEO IS SHAKY, HORRIBLE AND OLD...I WAS 15 WHEN I MADE IT SO CUT ME SOME SLACK*** So when the jetta first started doing this I thought I was fucked over a huge electrical issue but it turned out just to be a hard to find fuse!
How to repair a convertible top motor. This method will fix most convertible top motors when your top is having a hard time going back up. This repair was on a 2000 mustang. This video is how I repaired my convertible top motor and I hold no responsibilities for you using my method of repair.
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My Jetta was just blowing hot air, all the time. I did some research and found that the temperature control cable was likely disconnected. It turned out I needed lubed. Follow these steps to fix it.
Video tutorial on how to replace the power steering rack on a VW. This procedure applies to models 1999-2006 for the Golf, Jetta, Bora, and Beetle, but maybe similar on other VW, Audi, or Skoda models. I did purchase a rebuilt steering rack rather than replacing the seals or purchasing a brand new one. My steering rack was leaking a fair amount of fluid though the seals for the tie rod shafts. Unfortunately the chrome coating on the shafts rusts away, therefore just replacing the seals won't fix the issue. If you choose to purchase a used steering rack, you may have premature failure down the road than compared to a new or rebuilt unit. This particular tutorial was done on a 2004 Volkswagen Golf TDI equipped with a manual transmission. Website: http://4diyers.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/4diyers Google Plus: https://plus.google.com/+4DIYers Twitter: https://twitter.com/4DIYers Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/4diyers/ Tumblr: http://4diyers.tumblr.com Pintrest: https://www.pinterest.com/4diyers/ Tools/Supplies Needed: -jack -jack/axle stands or blocks -ratchet and metric socket set -power steering fluid -drain pan -new copper crush washers -replacement power steering rack Procedure: -safely jack your vehicle up -place the jack stands or blocks in a safe location under the vehicle, not interfering with the front subframe -next remove both front wheels -ensure the steering wheel has been centered -remove tie rods -place the jack under subframe -remove lower engine mount/dog bone -loosen the subframe bolts -loosen the steering rack bolts -remove sub-frame bolts and lower sub-frame about 2-3 inches, but do not fully remove the jack just yet -have a drain pan handy, place it under the power steering lines -remove the banjo bolts holding the power steering lines on the power steering rack -fluid may drain when removing the lines, therefore allow the fluid to empty from the system -remove bolt on the universal joint at the end of the steering column behind the pedals inside the vehicle -remove power steering rack bolts fully now -lower sub-frame and remove power steering rack -swap heat shield and rubber grommet from old steering rack to new steering rack -install tie rod on new steering rack -install the rest of the parts in reverse of removal -fill power steering reservoir with the correct fluid specific for your vehicle -start the vehicle -now bleed the power steering system -this is done by turning the steering full lock to the left and right directions a few times each -ensure the air have been bleed from the system, add fluid accordingly -inspect for any leaks -I would highly recommend having the car professionally aligned -also before an align, if you encounter any worn steering parts such as tie rods or balls joints, it is best to replace them during the steering rack replacement -once finish, test drive your vehicle to ensure everything is working correctly Thank you to all those who watch my videos and support my content. Don't forget to subscribe to my channel for future tutorial videos and like my video if you found it helpful. New videos are always being uploaded every week! © 4DIYers 2013 All Rights Reserved No part of this video or any of its contents may be reproduced, copied, modified or adapted, without the prior written consent of the author.