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Where do I put distilled water in 2001 2.0 VW beetle battery

Original battery....light indicator is dark...slow starts.

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  • peter_prokop Nov 21, 2008

    Thanks Cheesehead.....kinda what I thought.....7 years is pretty good....



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Most batteries are maintenance free these days, no place to fill- at 7 years, you should replace it.


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