Question about 1998 Volkswagen Beetle
My check engine light comes on and the car overheats. I have taken this in to get fixed 3-4 times. Why does this continue to happen? I have to put in coolant when this happens so the engine will not burn up. I have often been stranded and am quite irritated that it seems to happen over and over again to the repair tune of about $1,000 and this is not even from a dealership. I saw your response on another problem regarding this and you advised to take to an auto zone and check the codes. Is this a problem that can only be fixed at a dealer and what might that cost? I am a college student and as you might guess, I can't keep doing this over and over again. Also, my heater seems to work sometimes and sometimes not. HELP!!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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