Question about Volkswagen New Beetle
Hello. This is a problem that is often a wee bit of a challenge to correct because there are several possible causes:
1. Charging system working but weak.
2. Poor ground to headlights due to corrosion or a loose connection or a bad wire.
3. Bulbs which are on their last legs so to speak.
I recommend that you look in the yellow pages for an autoelectric repair shop. There you will find a technician who has all of the necessary diagnostic tools and knowhow to quickly find and fix this problem. Joe
Posted on Apr 23, 2010
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