Question about 2004 Volkswagen Beetle
Firstly make sure alarm light isnt on ,try spare key,if still the same then as its a diesel it can only be one thing lack of fuel ,if you have been using cooking oil or bio diesel in it then dont ask anymore just call your local diesel specialist as it will cost at least 1000euros to even try to sort it ,now this vehicle is one of the first of the common rail type i think so it could be the lead injector ,or just a blocked filter ,but i would be inclined to try the key first as these VWs are rather partial to immobilisor problems where the key is in your handbag with the mobile phone ,or left on top of the TV even had them pack up where the key board was hung over the house fuse board in the hall .Try the spare key then post answer as its my bedtime in this time zone .
Posted on Aug 04, 2010
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