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What is the fuel pressure specification for a 99 beetle with a 2.0

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It should be 44 psi at idle.

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Sounds like pressure is low. Could be bad Fuel pressure regulator. You need to be sure of the fuel pressure specifications. The pressure regulator could be tested with air and gague. If it is not the regulator, then your fuel pump is not able to deliver the fuel needed, or the fuel filter is so badly blocked that the pump can't get the fuel through the filter fast enough to supply the system at the required pressure.

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