2002 Volkswagen Jetta Repair Question
2002 jetta oil hose
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What engine is in your car?
It is most likely a PCV hose that is broken and allowing oil fumes & oil
droplets to escape the engine.... causing an oil stain / leak.
Someone of the hoses can be replaced individually, and some come in
a kit and are more expensive (as well as the labor to install can
vary depending on which hoses & where).
The 1.8T engine is prone to this issue more easily than the 2.0L engine
and has more hoses / components than the 2.0L... and thus can cost
more to repair.
If it is a 1.8T... it could also be the oil feed hose for the turbo.
This hose is pressurized with oil and will cause oil to run out at
a good pace when the engine is running.
The PCV hoses mentioned above will be a gradual leak over time.
I attached an image for you...
i agree with the previous answer about the pressure hose for the turbo.
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