Question about 2000 Volkswagen Beetle
New gas filter regulator sparplug cables coil pack batery ok
The timing needs to be adjusted via the ECU unit which can only be accessed with a VAGCOM.. its a programming computer used for VW engines that is not a standard engine computer. You can find home mechanics that have VAGCOM units that may help you out in your area by going to TDICLUB.COM. This is a VW Diesel site, but the VAGCOM is used for both and there is a list there with city and states of people who have home version (software and computer) You will find most of them like me are more than willing to share and help. You also didnt mention the mileage and last time you replaced the timing belt. The VW belts are only good for 60k miles and have to be replaced or else they stretch and slip, or worse break causing misfire, no start, etc.
Posted on Jun 03, 2010
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