How do you reset the check engine light on a 2013 Volkswagen Jetta?

How do you reset the check engine light on a 2013 Volkswagen Jetta?

How to Reset Your VW Check Engine Light

  1. Turn off the ignition, and then put on safety glasses and gloves.
  2. Pop open the hood and locate the negative terminal on your battery.
  3. Loosen the nut on the negative terminal with a wrench, then pull the negative connector from the battery.

How to turn off the Check Engine light in a Jetta?

Open the fuse panel cover on the Jetta by pulling down on the fuse cover with your hands. Locate the fuse for the EMC (electronic control module), using the fuse diagram on the underside of the fuse cover. Pull the fuse out of the fuse box, using the fuse pullers in the fuse box. Wait five minutes, and replace the fuse.

When does an EPC light come on on a VW Jetta?

See all problems of the 2015 Volkswagen Jetta . Engine seized with no prior warning. The oil light or temperature light did not come on prior to car stalling with a seized engine. We were driving on the highway at highway speed when all of a sudden the car would not accelerate and an epc light came on, not a check engine light.

Are there any problems with the Volkswagen Jetta?

Volkswagen Jetta owners have reported 146 problems related to check engine light on (under the engine and engine cooling 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.

Why is the Check Engine light on on my Volkswagen Passat?

Turn the engine on and check to make sure the check engine light is off. The Check Engine Light on your Volkswagen ( Jetta, Passat, Golf, Tiguan, etc.) can come on for many reasons, including defective mass airflow sensor, bad thermostat, engine temperature sensor, short in main wire harness, vacuum leak, worn spark plugs and failed ignition coils.

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