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98 vw beetle will idel won`t take gas speed hand does not work.

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If you are saying that your bug idles but stalls when you push the throttle, then look to replace your MAP sensor. This MAP sensor increases gas flow as you push the throttle down which increases the air flow. Also get an OBD2 reader and get your error codes from the ECM system. Not as hard as it sounds. When you get the codes you can look them up or ask at the auto parts store.

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SOURCE: 98 vw beetle will idel will not take gas and speed

Did this start after a dead battery? What engine? It likely need the throttle valve adapted.

Posted on Jun 30, 2009

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