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2000 vw new beetle 1.8 turbo it starts for a second then dies i've changed the fuel fliter and that didnt work i've checked the fuel pressure and it's right checked the injectors and there all working fine same with the coil packs

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Reset the immobiliser,or try starting it with the other key...

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2000 vw beetle crankes up reeves up nice let off gas dies immediatlly. 1.8 liter turbo


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Try disconnecting your MAF sensor and then start the car...If it keeps running, then your MAF is bad and needs to be replaced. By unplugging the MAF the engine's computer will default to a preset value and keep the engine running. Also check this next one I found on the internet....go to Google and type in your problem and vehicle info...you'll fins alot of info. Good luck !This problem haunted my beetle forever. Everyone and his brother had a recommendation. I changed the fuel pump, filters, fuel pressure regulator, the MAF sensor, engine speed sensor, replaced the factory airbox with a K&N, kept stalling. Turns out the problem was something that not a single mechanic thought of, and that no diagnostic tool hooked up to your computer would find: sludge in the gas tank. Over time, the lining in the gas tank wears, creating a sludge. This is usually not a problem until you run below a certain level. For me, this is when the gas gauge goes below half. The solution would be to have the entire fuel system cleaned, which I did, but you have to get the tank pumped and cleaned too. Otherwise, the sludge remains. The temporary fix is to never let it go below half. I hope that helps!

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Check the battery.
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Check fuel injector and/or fuel filter for clogs.

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I have a 2000 vw beetle turbo manual transmission when i try to drive it it is not going into each gear could it be the clutch?


Does it grind the gears in the transmission. If yes, it could be the clutch/pressure plate. It could be the clutch hydraulic slave cylinder not working. Check all these thing out before purchasing a new clutch/pressure plate. When VW is running does if like the vehicle has no get up an on like maybe the clutch is slipping. GB...stewbison

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How to changing spark plugs on 1 8 turbo vw 2000


In here you can find one DIY: 1.8T Coilpack and Spark Plug Change (with pics)

Hope helped with this (remember rated this help). Good luck.

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Was driving on the hwy in a 2000 vw beetle 1.8 turbo when the car suddenly died, now when trying to start the starter turns but the engine wont start


what is your mileage? sounds like your timing belt went. probably need an engine rebuild, to a new engine!

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Oil pressure light comes on when I put the car in motion (at about 2000 rpms)


all turbo engines have a oil line to the turbo. If it is not getting oil the turbo will burn up and have to be replaced. Change your oil and filter to start with.

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