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2001 beetle what kind of oil and how much does a 2001 beetle take

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2001 beetle 1.8L turbo lost coolant and quit. fixed hose but now won't start, doesn't sound like its firing at all.


Check there's no water in the oil and the oil is not milky under the oil filler cap and dip stick if it is your head gasket has blown

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Place packing paper underneath the car where it is leaking to capture some of the fluid and take that to a mechanic.

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The proper weight for your oil should be written on the oil fill cap located under your hood. It's like a 20 weight oil.

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What kind of oil should I put in my 2000 VW new beetle?


The proper oil weight should be printed on the oil refill cap located under the hood. It's likely a 20 weight oil in the New Beetle.

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Trying to find out what grade oil to use for my 2001 VW new Beetle 2.0L GLS


5W30, or 10W30 semi synthetic. Unless you use a long life oil, then its 0W30 full synthetic with VAG spec. 503.00
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Jan 21, 2010 | 2001 Volkswagen Beetle

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2001 vw beetle automatic transmission will not shift into overdrive at highway speeds. why?


I have a 2001 Beetle, the transmisson seen to have a pause and then engage when driving normaly and it's worst on the hills, after driving a distance it smells some kind of quemical that is not oil or gas, the beeping sound and the engine light on the dashboard goes on when stopping (may be the motor) and the temperature blue light goes on constantly. Are all of this related? to transmission? separate issues? The dealer and 2 other private mecanics don't give a perfect diagnosys they are all the time guessing. What's wrong? please advice.

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My wife says the oil light just came on her 2001 beetle (is this a low level sensor?)


oil pressure sensor = when oil light comes on = sensor is not recieving a high enough oil pressure. 1) Did you check the oil level in the engine? 2) if the oil level is fine, and it just had an oil change, the filter (filament style) might have been installed upside down. also does the light come on and beep only during first couyple seconds of being started or while driving down the road?

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Have a 2001 beetle 1.8 turbo. Lately at low speed


I have been having a similar problem (2001 1.8-TDI Beetle). The rattling sounds almost like wind buffeting the car/whistling, and increases in intensity as each gear revs higher (it gets quieter after a shift, and then builds again). at its loudest (before a shift), there's an additional rattle similar to tin cans in a paper bag being shaken (it's faint, but it's there). I just had the oil changed and the car looked over... not sure what could be the problem, but would like to have even a vague idea before I take it in. Any thoughts? Thanks!

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