Question about 2002 Volkswagen Beetle Turbo S
Its only an idea but the engine management on the early beetles was a bit primative if your confident swap the injectors over from nos 1-4 and then see if the random missfire moves from cylinders 4 to 1 if it does then you have an injector fault if not let me know as i am a vw master -tech hope this helps
as far as jennablackies fault goes it could be as simple as damaged plug leads which would cause a missfire have you got any fault codes because its obviously nothing to do with cat/lamda probes
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sounds like a new set of HT leads and plugs wouldnt go amiss(fire wires) weird name that fire wires HT stands for high tension leads in proper english .
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