the bottom screw on the healdight rim releases it from the wing- the other two screws are for adjusting it. make sure you have the new headlight on with the proper adjustment done or your light will be pointing in the wrong place. unscrew the headlight, make note of where the wires go, unplug them and plug in the new one. hook the top of the headlight rim over the little lip in the wing and screw it on again. hope this helps.
It's under the rear seat, behind the passenger.
Passenger side, behind the manifold.
If it is like the 72 beetle, Have someone hold the the carb throttle open to give you some slack in the cable, then hook it in from the passenger side. If you hook in from the driver side it will come up done trust me
1974 was the first year of energy absorbing Beetle bumpers. You can't use earlier bumpers on 1974s.
Well, the engine in a 1974 vw Beetle is in the back of the car. So the brake fluid in front or the back to the left of the right.
Front mount of what?
Someone put one on it.
between the rear wheels
The biggest difference is the 74 has energy absorbing bumpers that the 73 is lacking.
Stock motors used 30w.
Mine didn't have any.
The 1974 VW Super Beetle engine oil capacity is 3.5 quarts. Three quarts of oil will be in the engine and one half quart of oil will be in the oil filter.