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How can you fix a hole in your oil pan for 1999

How can you fix a hole in your oil pan for 1999 vw beetle 2.0L? do you need to buy a new pan or is there another way?

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You Don't, You look for a used one at the Auto wreckers.
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SOURCE: I have a 1999 VW Beetle 2:0L engine. Regularly

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.


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