Question about Volkswagen Beetle
My 2000 Turbo Volkswagen Beetle is making a ticking/clicking noise when I accelerate. It doesn't make the noise when I am coasting or idling. The noise seems to be coming from the front of the car.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: My 2001 VW New Beetle
it is but if your check engine light is on there is some vaacium hoses than get crak and old make sure they are ok
but vacium leaks are more easy to find when ideling not under aceleration
Posted on May 31, 2008
SOURCE: Clicking noise when accelerating
It's hard to diagnose with just the small information you have stated, but it 'sounds' like it's that Exhaust Gas Recirculation Valve gasket.
In your cylinder head is a runner that brings exhaust gas up through the intake manifold.
The EGR valve is attached to the intake manifold, and the sensory part of the EGR valve sits down in the pathway of the runner.
A bad EGR valve gasket will let exhaust gasses escape, making the sound you described.
Posted on Apr 20, 2009
If you are sure you have a key off battery drain, what you need to do is connect an ammeter to the negative side of the battery(disconnect the negative battery cable and connect one side of the ammeter to the battery terminal and one side to the and one side to the battery cable) note the reading and start pulling fuses one at a time making sure to put them back in their proper slot when the reading an the ammeter goes down to normal the short will be on the circuit of the fuse you have pulled if any part of these instructions is too difficult have the problem checked by a dealer
Posted on Oct 20, 2009
Hello! There is a device called the MAP sensor. It is located after the air filter, and before the intake. A 3" to 4" plastic tube with a wire connector coming out of it's side; Connected with a hose in and hose out that connects to the intake. This is the culprit 90% of the time. Auto part stores sell it for around $80-$90. Check both hose for cuts or holes which allow dirt to enter after the air filter. The MAP regulates fuel flow. Radio Shack has a product called "Deox It. The catalog # is 64-4338 and it is used to clean electrical devices. Cost is around $15. Try cleaning it first and see if your trouble clears.
Posted on Dec 11, 2009
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