Question about 2001 Volkswagen Beetle
There are so many sensors that will cause this. What I tell all of my customers to save them money is to take the car to Autozone. They will put the car on the scanner free of charge. Then they will give you the codes and the diagnosis of the scanner. More than likely it is going to be a sensor. This should be covered under warranty. But if you have already driven too many miles, then it won't. But the drivetrain should be covered. I hope that this helps you out!
Posted on Jan 03, 2011
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