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Instrument panel light displays comes on not sure what it represents : It is a picture of a car and looks to be a srew coming out the rear passenger side and is orange in color: Something is causing the battery to go dead(battery is new) there is a buzz of some sort coming from the bottom front in engine department...a blower turned on for a few seconds then shuts off and buzz continues...I believe this is whats causing the battery to go dead...any ideas what might be occuring? 2005 convertible VW Beetle Turbo

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The light is telling you the gas cap is loose. The noise is coming from the belts? The blower noise is normal. That is your secondary air injection pump.

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