Volkswagen Beetle Problem Report

Volkswagen Beetle Check Engine Light With no Drivablity Issue

(37 reports)

The Check Engine Light may illuminate because of evaporative (EVAP) emission failures and/or intake manifold vacuum leaks.

SAME ISSUE, BUT NOW LIGHT IS OFF BUT EVAP CODE ON CODE READER -
Emission light comes on and off. Car runs fine but guess I'm going to get a scan On the engine at service. Most likely a sensor I guess -
Catalytic converter and vacuum leak -
Check engine light codes emission and no known fix? Drives fine most of the time. Every once in awhile there is a loss of power. -
My yellow Check Engine light is always on. Has been since I got my 99 5-speed turbo in 2010. Personally, I ignore it. Doesn't seem to indicate anything problematical. -
Check Engine like on, does not seem to effect engine performance. Pricey repair estimate from the Dealer; over $2,000. -
a code indicating low secondary air pressure. -
I had problems with my car for about two weeks. the check egine light had been on since i got the car in summer of '10. recently car started to act up and i found out one of my vacuum hose was unhooked and melted & had holes in it. -
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