Question about 2003 Volkswagen Beetle TDI
There is a recall on the catalytic converter. Call your dealer for free replacement. just did mine!
Posted on Jul 28, 2010
This indicates that either the oxygen sensors or catalytic converter are going bad. You should take it to a local autopart store such as Autozone, Advance, or others in your area and have them use code reader (OBD) to give you the trouble code. This will tell you which system is failing. When the light is fired it stores a P code in the ECU (engine control unit) that will be readable for diagnosis.
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