Question about 2006 Volkswagen New Beetle
OBD2 codes could stop starting. Buy a OBD2 reader from an auto parts store, ($70). Read the codes and write them down. Clear the codes. See if will start. If you need to find the OBD2 port look in the repair manual CD. ($16 Ebay). On a 2003 TDI it is under the steering wheel, just to the left a bit. If you have codes, you can look them up on the repair manual CD.
Posted on Jan 25, 2010
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