Hello, I've had a 2000 Beetle for 2yrs.I picked it up for my daughter. It had a "blown engine". I installed a new water pump, timing belt, coil, and right axle and the "blown engine" runs great! Fun car. It has about 110,000 miles on it. I am a GM guy at heart, but my daughter really wanted a Beetle. We have been driving it for a couple of summers, store it in the winter. We got it out recently, changed the oil, installed 4 new springs,(one was broken)and a new tank of gas. My daughter was driving it the other night, and it stalled on her. She pulled to the side of the road, put it in park and re-started it. It stalled three more times (20 miles) on her way home. It ran great for me the next day, but I put a new fuel filter in it anyway. No SES light, no codes. Today I was driving, came to a stop sign, it stalled and would not re-start. Crank, no fire. I noticed that the horn blipped when it stalled. I locked the doors, with the key and walked back to the dealership (GM) that I work at, grabbed the roll-back and went back to get it. I unlocked the door with the key, got in and it started right up! I loaded it, brought it home, drove it into the garage, installed a temporary fuel pressure gauge, and drove it around a while. I get 30psi on decel, 42psi on accel, 42psi on prime. No leak down. Am I barking up the wrong tree? Is there a "theft" gremlin running around? (remember the horn blip?)Did I reset something by locking and unlocking the door with the key? I've read about fuel pump relays. When I was cranking on it on the side of the road, I did NOT hear the fuel pump prime on key-up, but traffic was really noisy. HELP! Gas is $4.00 a gallon, and I want my Suburban to be sitting, while cruising in the "Germ", sipping fuel. Thank you for your time. Sincerely, Confused.