Question about 2005 Volkswagen New Beetle
2005 turbo convertible with 26,000 miles. Have had 2 sensors replaced-the Mass Air Sensor and MIL sensor?- and the check engine light is still on. Mechanic said not to worry about ABS light, but I do. Have spent considerable money! What should I do next?
The sensors u had replaced will not affect the ABS brake system, while this light is on your Antilock Brake System is disabled, if u need this very important safety feature u are out of luck, have the system codes tested for the ABS and the check enhgine light, go to a VW dealer, don't waste your time on any technician who says to ignore an ABS light warning!!
Posted on Jun 22, 2009
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