Hi there, I am looking to buy a MK4 Jetta and just took one with 283,000km for a test drive and man does it ever drive nice compared to my Jeep!
We found one for sale fairy close to us that needs a throttle position sensor with only 140,000km and for $1,500... The owner says it needs a throttle position sensor and I haven't been able to find much information on how to change one out in a Jetta. The only thing I was able to find was that it needs to be taken to the dealership to be programmed. Just wondering if anyone has any input as $1,500 for a car with that many kilometres is a pretty stellar deal in BC lol. Any input is appreciated, thanks!!!