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Replace intake manifold on a 2002 beetle tdi - 2002 Volkswagen New Beetle

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SOURCE: 1971 VW beetle engine leaking.

Your year of bettle and all the dubs like yours burn to the ground on a regular basis from fuel leaks, yes it is very serious!! Don't drive it until you fix the leak.

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SOURCE: Check engine light is on

The check engine light indicates that the power control module, which is the computer that controls your cars engine, has detected some event that it is not supposed to. This could be caused by any number of things from a dirty air filter, bad sensors, or dirty spark plugs. You need a OBDI scan tool to read the codes from the computer to see exactly what event the PCM has detected. Once you know what the code is, you'll have a better idea how to fix it.

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Posted on Feb 15, 2009

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SOURCE: black smoke and hesitation in first gear only

Could be low turbo boost pressure,get the charge air system checked

Posted on Apr 21, 2009

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SOURCE: 2003 Volkswagen New Beetle, carbon buildup intake

Carbon build up in TDI's is a common problem. The only solution is to remove the intake manifold and clean it. It's very expensive to have it done, but here is a link to a 'how to' that can help you decide if you want to do it yourself or not. http://www.tdiclub.com/TDIFAQ/TDiFAQ-7.html#g

Once clean, using a VW VAG-COM computer the EGR valve can be reset to reduce carbon build up.

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SOURCE: Volkswagen polo 1.4 TDI intake manifold

what is the price new manifold?

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My volkswagen beetle is throwing a code of p0420 catalyst converter. i had two different mechanic tell me two different things. one says i have to replace ev erything from the manifold back and the other...


P0420 Volkswagen - Catalyst System Efficiency Below Threshold Bank 1 Possible causes:


- Three way catalyst converter Bank 1
- Exhaust tube
- Intake air leaks
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What is the book time to replace spark plugs in a 2000 VW Beetle 2.0 and does the intake manifold need to be removed?


should take no more than 30 minites,nothing needs removing that major.......just a cable carrier.....a child may take a little longer.....

Apr 15, 2010 | 2000 Volkswagen Beetle

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We have a 2000 vw beetle it looks like i need to remove the air intake manifold to get to the plugs


Use a deep swivel spark plug socket. Plug accessed above and below the intake manifold. You're one of plenty people tried to do it the hardest, longest and more costly way if you take it out (manifold) it will come. DON'T DON'T DO IT THAT WAY.

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2002 Beetle TDI Key fobs do not work until I am


after maket alarm will help the range and give u option to auto start the car to it is way better way to do keyless and longer range and cheaper

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2003 Volkswagen New Beetle, carbon buildup intake manifold, no power


Carbon build up in TDI's is a common problem. The only solution is to remove the intake manifold and clean it. It's very expensive to have it done, but here is a link to a 'how to' that can help you decide if you want to do it yourself or not. http://www.tdiclub.com/TDIFAQ/TDiFAQ-7.html#g

Once clean, using a VW VAG-COM computer the EGR valve can be reset to reduce carbon build up.

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Where do I find the diverter valve on the beetle, 1.9? Is there a diagram I can use? I haven't messed with a VW before. Thanks TC -- dirtman.


Take a look at www.vagcat.com - you have to sign up but it costs nothing. Sign up for your particular vehicle and you'll be able to see exploded diagrams for every system on the car. Being a 1.9 I assume it's the TDI car, and you may not have a diverter valve (I'm not positive). It'd be feeding between two of the intake pipes near the turbo and the intake manifold.

Aug 20, 2008 | 2000 Volkswagen Beetle

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I don't think that's the EGR valve that the shop is talking about for that kind of dollar figure. More likely the injectors or injector pump....accordianman

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