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  1. GTI MK5 / 2006-2009
    So awhile back during covid shutdown my drive side turn signal decided it was gonna short its bulb to the socket pig tail and melt the inner housing where it sits underneath my Drl so I have been trying to find aftermarket hid's for my car but cant find anywhere please help if anyone knows where...
  2. New Beetle Technical Forum
    I have a 2007 New Beetle Convertible. I removed the center console and now I am reinstalling it. When I removed it the wiring came unplugged from the back of the convertible top switch. VW didn't leave any slack in the wire so it doesn't reach the back of the switch until the console is nearly...
  3. New Beetle Technical Forum
    I ordered a PCV valve, supposedly for the 2.0L engine (for a 2004 New Beetle). It looks like a 3" diameter black plastic disc, about 1/2" thick, with two hose ports sticking out of it. I've scoured the engine and the web looking for any indication of where this thing lives but can't figure it...
  4. Classic VW Beetle / Bug Forum
    Hi, I don't yet own a classic VW... I have two NewBeetles. But that's irrelevant. My question is, I want to buy a beetle to build into a trail buggy that remains street legal and sensible. So I plan to use fairly narrow but taller tires, disk brakes, upgraded shock absorbers, Xenon headlights +...
  5. New Beetle Technical Forum
    I have an 02 beetle that is losing coolant. No drops on the ground, can't find any wet spot and not overheating. I did try to do a pressure test and found that as soon as I build any pressure at all it leaks out the bypass on the overflow ball. I can't get it to 2 pounds before it leaks down...
  6. New Beetle Technical Forum
    Hi! Completely new to this but a friend suggested this would be the place to ask for advice! I have a 2014 Beetle, 2.0s 6speed DSG (75000 miles) which I absolutely LOVE!!!! I've owned it for 18 months! A few days ago a spanner symbol appeared where the gear numbers are and the gears wouldn't...
  7. New Beetle Technical Forum
    This is a bummer. 2007 Beetle will take a jump but will not stay charged. Have been told alternator and battery are good. Any advice?
  8. Beetle Newbs / FAQs
    Hi all, ever since we bought our beetle back in 2015 we have never had good DAB reception (UK DIGITAL RADIO). We are both avid DAB listeners and really miss this feature from our old car. I am aware the antennas are the lines on the front windscreen (which i think is super silly), is there...
  9. New Beetle Technical Forum
    I replaced AC compressor this weekend cause original stopped working but still not cooling after being replaced. It was fairly easy to replace and done correctly but since same issue is still present would anyone know which fuse and amperage and slot on fuse box would need to be replaced? The...
  10. New Beetle Technical Forum
    Just acquired a 2001 beetle. Looking for sun blinds for rear side windows to keep my pooch happy. Any suggestions/suppliers welcome. Thanks Steve
  11. New Beetle Technical Forum
    I hope someone can help. 99 beetle 2.0 auto trans 145k. I was driving it one day and I noticed it was not shifting out of 1st gear. It did give me a code of defective MAF. If I clean the MAF will that fix the problem? Do I need to buy a new MAF? Does the MAF have to be open? Any help would...
  12. 1975 - 1984 VW Rabbit General Forum
    Hey guys, I'll keep both the introduction and question short (kinda). My names Steve, currently working on an 84 Rabbit Convertible that I've had sitting around for a good 7 years. It was my first car, bought with MY own money, title in MY name, all that jazz.. She was 'rigged' by some guys in...
  13. CARiD.com
    Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) is an important safety feature for any vehicle. Its main goal is to help avoid traffic accidents, poor fuel economy, and increased tire wear due to under-inflated tires. The automotive aftermarket gives you plenty of choices and Smart Sensor is one of the...
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