Front Tyres should be 29PSI and rear 36PSI on all models of patrol GR 99 - 06
The proper pressure for you vehicle's tires will be listed on the label on the driver side door jamb.
There are a number of reasons why your 99 VW New Beetle might be hesitating including overheating. Your Beetle might also have a leak in one of the fluids.
under hood, on fuel rail which is connected to each fuel injector there should be a valve that looks like a tire valve. That is the shrader valve, test fuel pressure there.
my 99 vw2.0 L beetle over heat
Check the tires. It is embossed on the tire. You can also check inside the driver door jamb. There are labels there. Typically it is 32 to 35 PSI.
unleaded gasoline. 87 octane or the lowest grade.
Listed in your owner's manual, and on the driver's door post.
It should be the same as a '99. See here: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_do_you_change_a_1999_vw_head_lamp
I just had mine replaced in my '98 beetle. It was $682.84 for compressor, $474.18 A/C clutch & $14.99 refrigant, $244.20 labor