Question about 1999 Volkswagen Beetle
My husband ran a diagnostic test on my 1999 volkswagon beetle. These are the codes that showed up and we're wondering if anyone can tell us what they mean so we can get my car fixed without taking it into the dealer. The codes are p1237 p1238 p1239 p1240 p1451 p1421 p1425 p1472 and p0102 MAF or VAF A Circuit low input. Thanks
Personally, I'd have your husband take the car to one of the local auto parts stores like Auto Zone. They can test your vehicle and diagnose the codes for you. The service is free. They will also recommend replacement parts should your husband decide that he wants to attempt to fix the vehicle himself. I'm not quite sure that your vehicle should be displaying so many different codes all at the same time.
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