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Re: Standard maintenance at 70,000miles
Everything better to know everything maintenanced that not at all
dont be too scared its mostly just lube and sparks.
radiator hoses thermostat check seals water pump make sure its working well basically in everything computer diagnostic and emmision test to determine whats needed
service station will get you your next service dates after complition of service
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According to the information that I have been able to find, they were all 8A fuses originally. It's never been that way in any of the VW's that I have ever owned, but here is a page from the original 1967 VW owner's manual. It shows fuse position, but only recommends that the driver carry spare 8A fuses. There is no mention of any other fuses.
Believe it or not you can use about any orange type you can find just about anywhere. Prestone sells a good one.
I know the owners manual calls for a special type,that's B.S.
They only want to sell you VW additive products.
If you're the original owner it should be in the radio part of the owners manual which is in a adhesive backed label form placed by the sales rep. Also comes in one if the plastic key tags. If all else fails remove your spare tire there should be a label with all your vehicles info.
There should be a diagram in your Owner's Manual. I have one for my daughter's 1998 Beetle that should be the same as in the 2000 Beetle. Can email it to you if you post an email address that I can send it to.
Hi Cornate . It sounds like your rear main oil seal has gone . Not a cheap job . Judge how serious it is by topping up your oil level to the correct level and reset your trip counter . Check your oil level weekly and top up and work out how much oil is being used/lost (Per litre / miles) . Regards VW Audi tech
Check the heavy duty cables from the battery to the starter motor and solenoid and also the battery earthing (grounding?) - there terminals could be corroded / burned.
Hope this helps you a bit. If it does, a "Fixya" rating would be much appreciated. If it doesn't
help you, I'd be grateful if you didn't bother with a rating at all. Just come back and tell me what you found. Cheers, D