look at the top of where the serpentine belt is located. there is a pulley (called belt tensioner)with a square nipple sticking out the top of it. find a wrench the size of the nipple(via 3/4 or 7/8 etc..)and push towards the back of the car to loosen belt. now remove belt. now line up new belt following the belt route located under the hood. push the tensioner pulley back and pull belt on top pulley, making sure belt is still on all of the other pulleys hint: sometimes you have to take out the inner fender of the front right tire out and put a clamp on the belt and main pulley to hold it in place before you continue installing the rest of the belt.
1999 Volkswagen Beetle how to change spark plugs
Change them at 60,000 miles according tomanufacturer's recommendations
in fuel tank
( Yes ) the 1999 Volkswagen new beetle is a front wheel drive vehicle
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
it needs to be taken to shop , because there are special tools you need to change. i on a 1998 ford tuuck. the special tools to change it with cost about $80.00.
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.
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
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!
it is part of the hazzard light switch on the dash under the raido
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
You don't!! closed system,take to auto service repair shop.
needs wheel balance .maybe needs air in tires
there are two lever type latches under the hood by the lamp assembly that you flip up to release the headlight housing which slides out to replace bulb
Blower motor: remove the glove box and you will see the blower motor and blower resistor.