Porsche Turbo vs VW Beetle - Top Gear - BBC
The Porsche 911 turbo and an ageing VW Beetle go head-to-head in an extraordinary one-mile drag race. Richard Hammond in the Porsche must cover the distance on the ground while the Beetle is dropped from a helicopter. Which will win? The Porsche or gravity? Fantastic HD clip from Series 16 of Top Gear. Go to http://www.youtube.com/TopGear to see a full list of all high quality videos available on the Top Gear YouTube channel and don't forget to visit http://www.topgear.com for all the latest news and car reviews
Radio Removal Volkswagen Beetle 1997-2010 | JustSimpleTips
How to remove a car stereo from a Volkswagen Beetle 1997 - 2010
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Volkswagen radio tips: installation/removal, entering code, antenna connections
This was the last video I made before the power went out due to Hurricane Irene. Now it finally came back on 6 days later, so I can upload this!
This video was made for YouTube user 16mmDJ, but it contains helpful information for anyone who is dealing with a 1990s or early 2000s Volkswagen car radio head unit. I provide instructions on how to enter the security code, how to remove the head unit, and details on the special antenna connector that VW and some other European carmakers used, including the adapters that are necessary to install an aftermarket head unit or external device with an RF modulator (CD changer, satellite radio tuner, etc.).
VW or Audi How to Enter a Radio Code - Radio display reads SAFE
In this video, Bentley Publishers technical editor Nick Czerula along with Maurice Iglesias overview how to enter a 3 or 4 digit VW Audi radio code. Your radio code is printed on a card usually located with you owners manual.
For more information on Bentley Publishers line of VW Audi technical manuals, visit http://www.bentleypublishers.com/
This is to be used in conjuction with a tech article located at our online technical library:
You will need the specific radio code assigned to your vehicle to utilize this video and associated article.
Radio Code Entering - Audi https://wiki.bentleypublishers.com/x/DIAGB
Enfig VW SAT PASS 1 Installation
This interface cable will allow you to install a ipod or auxillaiary input interface along with your factory installed satellite radio in your volkswagen. Product Link: http://enfigcarstereo.com/shopsite_sc/store/html/ENFIG_MK5_SAT_PASSTHRU.html
1999 Volkswagen New Beetle GLS Stock #: 99874
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Starting My 1999 Volkswagen New Beetle GLS
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Quick video showing the insturment panel of my 1999 Volkswagen New Beetle GLS during engine start. Notice the low milage! Yes, the car is 13 years old, but it has been garage kept since 1999 and not driven very often. It still has the original tires on it! The check engine light is a side effect of an ETC sensor problem I had. The sensor has been replaced, but I'm hesitant to clear the OBD codes from the ECU as it may be going through an automatic reset process.
We're at almost 43,500 miles now!
I have solved the problem with the secondary air injection system and the associated P0411 code. I had a failed vacuum line at the EGR valve. With the damaged section of line removed and the line itself popped back into place, everything is back to normal!