hey there,i have a vw jetta 2002 1.8t recovering the moving bolt holding the n90 solenoid using a stick rod welding
this bolt(during this process the battery was unplug the main wire from the battery also was unplug) after swap all
9 solenoids i put all back together and my car won't start,the abs pump keep working all the time the fuse for the
radio blown as well .....in need of helppppppppppp
you've gotten the polarity wrong....back up the crazy bus, and try again, this time with the multimeter with you at every stage so this won't happen again~
you could have drilled a hole and used a bolt with double nut instead of burnin' down the house~
hopefully you did not cook the alternator diodes, you'll see once you've completed your repairs. Is this bank of solenoids on a single chassis, that needs a ground, or hobblety-bobblety this and that locations?
crazy cow?...that's cool.
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