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If you got the car new it is attached to your lug wrench. Otherwise it could be in the glove box or any place. It could have been forgotten when someone did tires, rotated tires, or had brakes checked.
You will need to inquire from the VW Servive Center. The Dealer is one of the few people that can call in and get the radio code.
First check your Owner's Manual in case a prior owner wrote it down insed the manual. Also look for a sticker inside the spare tire wheel well. For some model years VW placed the code on a sticker and then put it in that location. My daughter has a 98 VW Beetle and we had to inquire of the Service Department. They didn't charge us to obtain the code, and it took less than 5 minutes to obtain.
Have you check to see if you have pressed your EPC button mistake? If not My tire pressure was low on my 04 beetle covt. on my drivers side rear. THis caused my EPC light to come on and the EPC to engage. But because of the location of the EPC button it is really easy to hit it by mistake I would check that 1st.