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Recently I bought a 2000 VW Jetta GLS from a local dealer. Within days of the purchase the "Check Engine" light came on. I brought the car to a local shop where they determined that it was the Fuel Pump Relay... they told me that it was $150 to get it fixed! Is that true? Can I do it myself? A Fuel Pump Relay is less than $30 right? Is it O.K. to drive the car for now?
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Yes, it would most likely cheaper to fix yourself. call the dealer, and see what they want for the relay, I woulnd't think that it would be a rediculous price. It is in position #4 on the lower relay pnael, and the number on the relay itself is 409. Your probably goingto have to find someone with a VAG-COM to clear the codes after though. Good luck!

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