Volkswagen Beetle Workshop Manual. Wiring diagram

Volkswagen Beetle Service and Repair Manual, color wiring diagrams, engine and transmission diagnostics, error codes, fuse locations. The manual can be downloaded in PDF format for free.

Models: Beetle, Beetle Cabriolet 2011-2019. Automatic and manual transmission. Engines: 1.2L 1.4L 1.2 turbocharger, 1.6L, 1.8 and 2.0L / turbocharger

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Volkswagen Beetle

More than two years have passed since the debut of the third-generation Beetle, but this neoclassic has only just arrived. And now, finally, we have brought the long-awaited acquaintance with this charismatic car in order to appreciate how interesting such a bright, but completely impractical-looking car can be.

I often find myself visiting a Volkswagen - different-sized Golf, Trade Winds, Tiguan and Tuareg have passed through my hands. So I can responsibly declare that against the background of its correct and strict German relatives, the Beetle seems like a cheerful change, squeezed between important lessons.

sitting inside, I could not get rid of the feeling that I was driving an SUV - this illusion was created by a high ceiling, a wide interior and an almost vertical windshield. The former "Beetle" also did not suffer from a lack of headroom: being a large man - ninety meters - I felt a decent touch of air space above my head. However, shoulder-width apart, that car was cramped, and the instrument panel, which looked like a toy, did not impress me too much.


Now in front of me is an almost vertical front panel with body-colored plastic lining and the same stylish glove box lid as the post-war Beetle. At the same time, all modern electronics, in my opinion, are by no means out of tune with the spirit of that time: a compact “tidy” with an outstanding speedometer and a rudimentary tachometer and fuel gauge look more than appropriate here. Well, the additional three round ones sticking out of the dashboard give the interior a touch of sportiness, although, in my opinion, they are devoid of any functional significance: you see, the temperature of the oil in the engine, the boost pressure, the lap time is not the most necessary knowledge for a city dweller.

Among the basic equipment, 4 airbags, ESP, air conditioning, an MP3 audio system with a monochrome display and power accessories, including heated front seats, can be noted. And this is a completely self-sufficient option: even steel wheels covered with pretty caps do not worsen the appearance of the car.

the most expensive equipment involves a combination of a 1.4T engine with a DSG box and will require more than a million. Such a machine involves an inch larger alloy wheels and sporty notes in interior trim and exterior details.

The base for the "Beetle" was a 1.2-liter turbo engine with a capacity of 105 forces. However, this is not the engine that settled under the hood of the new Golf, Octavia and Leon: cars created on the MQB platform are equipped with a 16-valve power unit, which I fell in love with for its elasticity and efficiency, while the Beetle content with the pre-reform eight-valve version.

And the best one should be called the "Beatle-Design-1,4TSI" with a manual transmission - a rather nimble and, moreover, a very unusual car at a reasonable price.

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