Question about 2007 Volkswagen Beetle
Where the car was hit the damage under the fender may have dislocated sensor which is causing the reading.
If you replaced the cap, I would say that you damaged the filler pipe, or vapor recovery line.. It is allowing air to get in the system, This system is pressurized. You may want to inspect that. Your filler pipe may be gone at the tank itself. Have a closer look and smell as you are under there. Also look for any wet spots. Good luck. Please rate solution. Cheers from Nova Scotia!!
Posted on Jan 13, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1991 V.W. jetta 2.0 16v
If you facing a little black smoke along with it your engine is running a little rich. Black smoke indicates unburned fuel and this could cause a black stain and leading to test failure
Posted on Jul 06, 2008
SOURCE: 2000 Beetle 2.0 gas engine
coolant temp ....what is the control air fuel matching sensor ? that sounds like a lambda sensor to me ......28 years with vw and that one is a first for me ask them if its the same as an oxygen sesor because it does to me and i think you are having your leg lifted mate,,,,,,...
Posted on Oct 24, 2008
Your best bet is to invest in a Chilton book on your specific vehicle. It will give you pictures and exact directions on how to do this. All Checkers or what ever auto service center you have in your town will carry them. Just a useful warning though - don't buy knock off's just buy the Chilton. Good rule of thumb ALWAYS put it in the same way you took it out. Good luck!!!!
Posted on Apr 29, 2009
Need to remove the inside wheel liner to reveal all 13mm securing bolts. The front bumper needs to be the first part removed. It easy so don't fear easily. TIP: If you have a pressure washer, wash down the areas clean with simple green, it would be less trauma working on it. I do that even if it's a simple oil change, less cosmolyn (rust proofing) to deal with.
Posted on May 13, 2010
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