Volkswagen Jetta owners have reported 47 problems related to fuel pump under the gasoline fuel system category. The most recently reported issues are listed below. Also please check out the statistics and reliability analysis of Volkswagen Jetta based on all problems reported for the Jetta. The contact owns a Volkswagen Jetta. While driving 40 mph, the vehicle stalled without warning. The contact was not able to restart the vehicle.
Volkswagen Jetta: Bad Fuel Pump → Symptoms & Diagnosis
Volkswagen Jetta Problems ❤️ Everything You Need To Know
One of the worst problems that can happen to a vehicle is a bad fuel pump. Without gas your Jetta will not run at all. With that in mind, most of the symptoms of a bad fuel pump revolve around the vehicle stalling out or not running at all. While being in the fuel tank makes the pump more reliable, it also makes it a lot more difficult to get to. The good news is that fuel pumps are inexpensive. The bad news is that they cost a lot in terms of labor to repair and replace.
Volkswagen Jetta Problems – Here’s What You Need To Know
Tracy answered 8 years ago. I would go to the fuel pump and see if it's getting power when cranking the engine and work my way back from there. You may not be getting a signal from the engine or PCM to run the fuel pump after all. Don't replace any more parts unless you're rich and bored until you diagnose the problem.
Your Jetta has two fuel pumps. One is in the gas tank, and the main fuel pump is under the car. If your Jetta will not start or stay running, your powertrain may record fuel pump fault codes of P to P A scanner attached to your powertrain wiring system can read these diagnostic codes that can tell you if the problem is mechanical or electrical in nature.