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  1. New Member Forum
    So my father and I have been trying to figure out why my beetle has been over heating so much after we have replaced the: 1) water pump 2) temperature sensor 3) fixed the fans the only thing we have not done is check the cylinder head gaskets. I've filled it up with coolant every time I go to...
  2. 2.0 Liter Gas
    Get a red blinking oil light when start car and get back pressure from oil cap. Any thoughts would help https://youtu.be/nDGjkxQraIQ
  3. 2.0 Liter Gas
    My 1998 NB 2.0 blew a gasket on the cooling hose flange. I replaced the gasket and flange. Once I filled the vehicle coolant and "thought" I had properly bleed the system, It overheated. I noticed that the heater never blew hot air and the fans never kicked on. I replaced the thermostat...
  4. 2.0 Liter Gas
    I have a 98 beetle 2.0 gas engine. I just replaced the timing belt along with the water pump due to overheating issues. I got my car back the same day after driving to class and letting my car cool for about 6 hours i started to drive, went through the drive through to grab a bite to eat and...
  5. 2.0 Liter Gas
    Been searching around for a while, and cannot find how-to's on the Spark Plugs, Timing Belt, and Water Pump. Have an over heating situation where the engine is not seized. Probable issues: Timing Belt, Water Pump, Head Gasket. Will document the process and findings to update all about issues...
  6. 2.0 Liter Gas
    30 min journey yesterday took me 2 hrs had to keep stopping every 5 mins the red temp warning light was bleeping and flashing.........also water leaking from drivers side(right hand drive) seemed to be comming from underneath or around the area of the resovoire not really any steam or...
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