Question about 2002 Volkswagen Beetle Turbo S
These had few vac' lines . There is one from the carb' to the distributor and it was originally a steel line with rubber hosed ends and looped above carb' to stop fuel running into distributor vacuum canister.
On other models there was one for emission charcoal canister under rear fender and another from under carb on intake to clutch servo to operate the semi automatic transmission clutch..
EFI equipped engines are another story however and you will need a schematic ...... try www.thesamba.com..... this is a VW community with many posters who can help further.
Also late cars had lines running to gas tank as part of the charcoal canister system.
Posted on Jan 13, 2011
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