Question about 1985 Volkswagen Golf
I've recently bought a 1976 VW Beetle. It's in very condition for it's age, but I intend to gradually modify it to make it a better more reliable drive. (Already added electronic ignition and a new stereo, and am thinking of giving the engine more power.)
I was wondering if it is possible to put an add-on overdrive, or change the gearbox to get a fifth gear, as I'm using it for driving long distances The high revs from doing 100km/h down the highway can't be good for engine life or fuel efficiency.
Any suggestions that won't cost more than I paid for the car?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the esp light is caused by failure of the brake light switch in most models. check your brake light operation and replace the switch if the brake lights have failed. the switch is found in the footwell above the brake pedal
Posted on Feb 21, 2010
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