Question about 2002 Volkswagen Beetle Turbo S
When driving I cn only drive 65, caR WON'T ALLOW MYE TO GO OVE 65MPH. iT FEELS LLIKE TH CRUISE CONTROL IS ON BUT IT IS NOT
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you need to get your car plugged in to diagnose the fault correctly the 1.8t engine suffers with split vacuum pipes on the front of the engine these pipes are for the egr and turbo regulating solenoids
Posted on Aug 03, 2009
You may have to get your wheels re ballanced if you lost one of the weight's on the rim. The other thing to is a bent rim if you hit a large pot hole or crub and last to see if the tire it self has funny wear patterns on the treads.
Other things to look for if your wheels are ok. Check the ball joints Check the tie rod ends Check and pay attention to the Idler and Pitman arm. Your looking for any excessive movments
A good way is to grease all that is mentioned above and see if the vibration is gone.
Lost thing would be the brake rotors but you'ld now that by having vibrations throught out any speed when you apply the brakes to slow down.
Good luck and hope this helps, you should be able to do this on your own other then checking the wheel ballance.
Posted on Apr 14, 2009
I had a similar problem. The dealer change automatic transmission and differential, but the noise continu. After research on internet i think the problem is the front galiper who create a vibration on the disc wheel and the vibration frequence follow the front axle until interior car. Just press slowly the brake pedal and if the noise stop , that's it the cause i think. I dont change my galiper, but i have a new transmission . :)))
Posted on Jun 04, 2009
sounds like a problem with the hydraulic clutch, either the master or slave cylinder was bypassing fluid and causing the low pedal.
Posted on Jun 24, 2009
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