I have a 2003 beetle and it took me forever to figure it out. By the time I did I decided to take pictures of it and put it on the web to help others. Volkswagen is getting more and more complicated for us "volks". My website can be found at: http://www.uahardwick.com/tech/2006/03/how-to-change-taillight-on-new-beetle.htm
1999 Volkswagen Beetle how to change spark plugs
Change them at 60,000 miles according tomanufacturer's recommendations
it is part of the hazzard light switch on the dash under the raido
in fuel tank
( Yes ) the 1999 Volkswagen new beetle is a front wheel drive vehicle
To change the light bulb for the ashtray in the 1999 Volkswagen Passat, the ashtray has to be taken out. The bulb can be accessed just under the dash near the ash tray.
Under the steering colum
The hood latch on a 1999 Volkswagen Beetle is located on the driver's side panel. It rests up against the wall next to the hinge of the driver's door.
4.8 quarts with filter
Usually a problem in the emission control system - have vehicle scanned to determine the problem
The back-up light switch is located on the top of the transaxle,just forward of the shift levers. Hope your a good at this
it would over heat
You need to replaced the starter or the alternator.
haven't seen a block heater on VW's
If it is an air cooled engine then it will not have a radiator cap.
When you change the oil, you drain it from the filter where the sensor is. It takes a moment for the new oil to circulate to the filter and let the sensor know you have oil
There is nothing to "reset" for the 1999 VW Beetle.
this had a manual transmission. No turbor, no bells or whistle. You basic beetle Need value from 2004 please
You think with yer dipstick Jimmy!
Don't bother. The brake light switch on 1999 beetles (maybe all of them, actually) have been recalled. Unless you get it changed, the brake lights will keep going out. Call your local dealer and they should change it for free, mine did about 8 months ago. Still, this doesn't seem to fix the problem as my brake light is out. It may only be a burned out bulb though.
It is behind and underneath the cam shaft gear.
I'm a 1999 volkswagen beetle owner, this car holds 14 gallons and gives about 22miles/gallon. hope this helps
in the front of your motor there is a yellow handle,pull it up that is your oil dip stick
It is underneath the radio in the hazard switch itself. The relay is built into the switch