Question about 2003 Volkswagen Beetle TDI
2003 VW Beetle has air circulation problems.
Have the heater core flushed. the heater core is a smaller radiator located in the air duct. open your hood, look at the firewall(wall closest to the seats) you should see two hoses a couple inches away from each other going to the radiator. unhook one, from the firewall connection, coolant will flow. then kink the hose so the coolant from the radiator doesnt drain. unhook the other hose from the firewall connection. now you have two pipes protruding from the firewall. get a hose and run it through one side and it'll come out the other. probably a lot of grime. now hook the hoses back up.
it could also be the switch
Posted on Feb 18, 2009
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