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1. Sender unit or bad ground wire

2. Just give your self (x gallons in a full tank / y miles per gallon = z at how many miles to fill it to the top again) I did this for years with an 81' rabbit.

Posted on Dec 11, 2013

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SOURCE: 1999 VW New Beetle Coolant Temp Sensor

at the back of the cylinder head gearbox end it sits in the water pipe

Posted on Dec 20, 2008

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SOURCE: emergency latch for gas cap 2000 VW Beetle, where is it?

From the manual:

  • Open the rear lid.
  • Open the cover on the backside of the luggage compartment. To open the cover, turn the two "quick-releases" and fold the cover down.
  • Reach through the opening by the fuel filler flap. Grab the cable with th plastic covering and pull down. The filler flap will open by itself.
Best of luck!

Posted on Apr 10, 2009

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DRL relay might be bad.

Remove the driver's-side under-dash flat plastic panel with a Torx screwdriver (20-bit head - you only need to remove the three screws at the front edge). You should see several relays plugged into the circuit board. Relay #8 is in the second position (from left to right) of the second row. It has 173 stamped on it

Posted on Jan 07, 2010

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