I am afraid that "Fixmy59bug" no longer works for a VW dealer, so he cannot get the official files for any cars newer that the 2013 model year posted in post #1. If anyone else has access to newer information, it can be added to this thread.Do you have the 2015 by any chance?
I think that it is probably safe to assume that they are the same. Didn't your car come with some books in the glove compartment? I'm pretty that mine (an '09) has one that shows the maintenance schedule.Can I just carry over the '13 schedule to my '14 since there don't seem to be any changes between MYs? (Jetta)
None of them are working currently. Apparently the TDIClub picture server is not working properly. Fred has been doing maintenance on the servers, it will probably be working OK a little later.Hello
PDF for 2012 Jetta TDI service schedule no longer working.
Does anyone know where I can get one.
I am already getting a request to do 20K and 40K maintenance on a 2015 Golf so, any info would be appreciated.I took the maintenance bits from the 2015 Maintenance manual that came with my owner's manual for a 2015 TDI Golf and put it in table format, is anyone interested?, I have it in Numbers format (though I can make it a PDF), I can put it on dropbox and share it (or PM someone that wants to "PDF" it and stick it with the other links?)
Let me know.
Someone else has posted the maintnance schedule here:I am already getting a request to do 20K and 40K maintenance on a 2015 Golf so, any info would be appreciated.
OOPS....what is numbers format?
That's a good joke right thereThese maintenance schedule documents are great. However, I can't figure out the recommended interval for spark plug replacement on my 2011 JSW.
My manual says 40,000 miles for "2.0 MPI and 2.5L only," but 60,000 for "2.0T only").
What is "MPI," "L," and "T"? I know mine is the CJAA motor, but how do I know which of the three flavors above is mine?
Thanks in advance.
Aha, got it. It was even more a noob question than I was worried it was when I initially posted it.That's what we were afraid of. Do a google search for diesel spark plugs. That should help you find your answer & then you'll understand the joke comment.
No apologies necessary, we were all diesel newbies once. VW only prints one owner's manual for all Jettas (or Passats, etc.), so it has to include information on diesel and gasoline powered cars. It certainly can get confusing. You are not the first to get confused about this, and you won't be the last either.Apologies to members and guests for cluttering the board with multiple posts dedicated to me learning how to read the maintenance schedules.
I love that perspective my friend. I can tell you won't be a newbie for long.Aha, got it. It was even more a noob question than I was worried it was when I initially posted it.
Why on earth do my manual and the maintenance schedules posted here refer to "Spark Plugs" when the motor doesn't even contain them? Very misleading, which mitigates my embarrassment slightly.