Question about 2000 Volkswagen Beetle
I CAN CRANK FOR THAT FEW SEC ALL I WANT BUT THAT ALL IT WILL DO
TRY THE IMMO ? DID U FORGET TO PLUG IN THE LITTLE CONNECTOR AT THE KEY SWITCH?TRY THIS AND LET ME KNOW!!
Posted on Mar 18, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: vw beetle 2002 2.0 115hp
Had the same issue. I replaced one of the fuses in the little case on top of the engine. Check the fuse diagram in the manual, locate the one for a/c. The fuses are color coded by amps, just buy the right color and push into place. (I did this after verifying my coolant levels were normal)
Posted on Jun 15, 2009
im not lying to you when i say this thre is a procedure first remove drain bolt 5mm then while unde car there is a small tube that has a clip which locks around cap on tube remove this clip without breaking pill cap out run hose or funnel of some kind to tube start car have some one add fluid until staedy stream comes out of drain hole then reinsert plug and cap drive car there is a plastic sleeve up in drain hole which has to come out to drain trans it is approx 2 inches long tat is why nothing comes out drain hole unless the trans ia full be sure to use correct fluid
Posted on Jul 30, 2009
yes you can. You will need a pair of pliers a thin rag one that is not to bulky. and a piece of vacuum line. like the vacuum line on your car. small. well first you need the replacement bulb get at dealership it is small. that will be the size of vacuum line you need. with the pliers carefully pull off your fan speed knob you will see the bulb back in the hole. take the vacuum line push onto the bulb twist line and pull it should pull the bulb out. then put new bulb lightly into vacuum line look at the slots where the bulb goes you will need to line up the bulb should be straight up and down. push bulb in you will feel slight click then reverse the way you turned the vacuum line to pull out just the line. and you should be good make sure the bulb lights up before you put the knob back on. good luck
Posted on Sep 12, 2009
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