Question about 2001 Volkswagen Beetle
ENGINE GETTING TOO HOT AC PUTS MORE LOAD ON ENGINE AND OUT SIDE TEMPERATURE HOT.YOUR CAR TELLING YOU I AM HOT AND NEED A BREAK.MAKE SURE COOLANT LEVEL NOT LOW AND THE COOLING FANS RUNNING WHEN AC GOING IF NOT CHECK FAN FUSE IF FUSE GOOD.YOUR THERMO SWITCH NOT WORKING OR THE COOLANT TEMPERATURE SENSOR AND FAN CONTROL MODULE COULD BE THE PROBLEM IF THE FANS DONT TURN ON.
Posted on Jul 15, 2010
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