Question about 2000 Volkswagen Beetle
if you have an automatic transmission:
towards the front of the engine there is a small pipe bending upwards. under the car there is a bung which must be removed for checking the level. oil is poured into the pipe at the front, and the level is got by allowing the surplus to run out the bung. when checking the oil level the car must be running and in p.
if you have a manual transmission:
there is a hexagonal key bung on the side of the transmission, oil is filled in, until the surplus runs out.
Posted on Aug 03, 2010
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