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Oil leaksI just bought a 2000 beetle, less that a week ago. There is oil on the driver's side mat inside the car. Looks like the break pedal is more oily than the clutch. what could this be? How hardis it to fix and how costly?

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    erica Mar 18, 2014

    How expensive is this to fix? Should I return the car?

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    yadayada Mar 18, 2014

    There is no way to know the cost to repair until you know what is wrong. Based on the ease of maintenance on the bug it will be very expensive.

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More than likely the leak is brake fluid from the clutch master cylinder.

Posted on Mar 17, 2014

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