Check Engine Light With no Drivablity Issue on Volkswagen Beetle

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

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Average mileage: 91,414 (13,000–207,000)
Exhaust & Emissions affected: Gasoline
13 model years affected: 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, more2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010
40 people reported this problem
10 people shared problem details
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.
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.
check engine light came on. ran with a month on no motor problems. went to get checked said evap canister was leaking... 1100 to repair. seems if there are MANY of us having an issue, shouldn't it be a recall issue??????????
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
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.
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