Question about 1998 Volkswagen Beetle
Can not find the location of fuel pump relay
The relay panel is mounted just behind and below the headlight switch - actually right behind the diagnostic plug. Access to this relay is from beneath the dash. Remove the driver's-side under-dash flat plastic panel with a Torx screwdriver (T20) you only need to remove the three screws at the front edge). You should be able to access the relay from there; I believe it is the #190. Look in your users manual or service manual to confirm for your particular beetle.
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