Question about 1999 Volkswagen Beetle
It could be some of the temperature sensors or something that is temperature dependant. what about maybe your fuel pump? it sounds like its maybe something that expands when it is cold and has difficulty to operate. this leads me to assume it could be the diesel pump. i hope this helps.
Posted on Mar 25, 2009
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You can try using mothballs to repell them. Normally id the vehicle is driven on a regular basis, rodents stay away from it so I will take it the vehicle is driven infrequently.
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