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Check engine light,'99 beetle

Check engine light on '99 beetle stays on, has 85,654 miles and the a/c makin' a noise possibly in compressor..that no one seems to be able to pinpoint....tech said just put new compressor & see if that turns off ck eng. lite!( for $425.00)!

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Brake light sensor? WTF an A/C fault will never throw a code on a vag car.

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Have you had your brake light sensor replace. They have a recall on it. Change out your drive belt and it should make the noise go away. As long as it's cooling(a/c) i would not change compressor.

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