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My 02 TDI New Beetle automatic has 67000 miles on it is driven less than 3000 miles per year. The only major repair was for a fuel injection pump failure. (Not an inexpensive proposition.) Otherwise all has been great...
239,000 miles, had new cylinder head, rod brgs, pistons, rings replaced. due to broken exhaust valve. have replaced timing belt every 100k as suggested.
The car has 283,000 miles and the engine runs strong. I keep getting the code PO116. Put in a new oem sensor. Still getting the code yet my scanner shows the coolant temp at 30 degrees when it's 190? New Thermostat didn't help!
Car has 283,000 and runs strong. Did the timing belt and new water pump about 7,000 miles ago. What could be causing this problem with the code showing up at random times and only showing 30 degrees when it's hot? ...
I do not want to remove the skid plate
Where is the fan located and what do I check?
Some screws have pulled through, some are missing and pan has to be removed to drain oil so why not just leave the thing off?
Just turns over and tries to start but won't.
and to get inside door panel off. Window went half way down then stopped..made noise but would not go back up.--first time this happened..
What would/should my costs be, parts and labor to complete this repair.
Beetle. What's the cost if the motor must be replaced?
Had my oil changed no problem then noticed oil spots on my drive way. I have been told it is a seal. Is that a big deal to fix and is it expensive. I love my bug. it has almost 200,000 miles on it and has been the...
sporadic problem misses under power changed fuel filter twice no help any suggestions
I just bought a 2002 New Beetle TDI. So new to me that its still on its way to my house via my boyfriend driving it. He is really good at fixing car problems once we know what the exact problem is. What I know is that...
Trying to change the thermostat, book says it is on the bottom at the end of the lower radiator hose. Doesn't sound correct. Please advise.
Hello, I'm thinking about replacing the injector nozzles in my 03 Beetle TDI. I already chipped it with RC stage 1. My question to the experts would be: What kind of nozzles should I go with (I'm trying to avoid exces...
I have a '98 VW Beetle TDI manual that is making a loud knocking noise. The noise seems to get louder with acceleration. When I shift gears and the engine winds down the noise continues. I did an oil change on the car...
I have always loved Beetles and after my car was totally I fell for a TDI 2006. How reliable us this car? I prefer keeping cars for as long as I can (last car I had 7 years and the one before also 7). Thank you!
What Oil Weight ? ? How Often should the Engine Oil be Changed
is it totally unheard of to have your transmission fluid be so bad that they recommend cleaning and replacing fluid/filter then driving some then doing it a second time? the volkswagen dealer quoted me ABOUT 400. th...
how do you remove the drivers side headlight assembly?
do most shops replace all of the needed components when changing the timing belt: water pump, tensioners, etc.... is $1000 too much or is that a good price given it's a time consuming job? do most shops purchase the...
Engine oil pressure light comes on when exceeding 1500 rpms. Can anyone tell me what is probably causing this.Thanks
how hard is it to change spark plugs.
found a puddle of light wt oil under the car. it is not engine oil. the car has over 200,000 miles on it. what could it be?
Where is the cabin air filter and how do you change it?
the motor will zew over, but not crank, there are no leaks in fuel or oil, everthing else seems to work, it just won't crank.????
1.9l the beetle will not go more then 55mph
This is the first time the radio stopped working. What is the location of the fuse in the fuse panel.
This is the first time the radio does not work. I misplaced the manules for the car. It would be helpfull if you could tell me the location of the fuse as it relates to the fuse holder. Thank you for your help with th...