Question about 2000 Volkswagen Beetle
FIRST look on top of your battery and there are 3 fuses. Pull them out to make sure the fuses or slots aren't burnt. That's a common problem in VW's. If those are fine it could be as simple as a relay switch or you just need to add freon. In my case(same exact think happened to my 2000 Bug 3 weeks ago) I needed a new condenser/compressor. Not a cheap or easy fix. Best to take it to your dealership to have it worked on.
Posted on Sep 19, 2010
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