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1974 Volkswagen Beetle Fuel Tank LKQ

P311-0F06C33    TNKVW2B  New

Qty:
$307.34
LKQ Fuel Tank
  • W/ 9.2 Gallon Tank.
  • FUEL TANK; 68-78 BEETLE 9.2 GALLON
Brand: LKQ
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1974 - Volkswagen Beetle
LKQ
1967 Volkswagen Beetle Fuel Tank LKQ

P311-437129A    TNKVW2A  New

Qty:
$331.76
LKQ Fuel Tank
  • W/ 9.2 Gallon Tank. Includes Lock Ring Kit.
  • FUEL TANK; 61-67 BEETLE; 9.2 GALLON; INCLUDES LOCK RING KIT
Brand: LKQ
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1967 - Volkswagen Beetle
Spectra
1967 Volkswagen Beetle Fuel Tank Spectra

P311-2B2FAA6    VW2A  New

TNKVW2A , 113201075AB , FT192 , 52440

Qty:
$193.11
Spectra Fuel Tank
  • Fuel Tank
  • 27 3/4 in. x 15 in. x 11 1/4 in. Lock Ring Kit Included
  • Product Attributes:
    • California_Prop 65: Yes
    • California_Prop 65 Message: May Cause Cancer Or Reproductive Harm
  • Innovative engineering, manufacturing technology and quality control ensure that Spectra Premium fuel tanks meet or exceed the performance of the original equipment they replace.
Brand: Spectra
Additional Fitment Information:
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1967 - Volkswagen Beetle
Spectra
1969 Volkswagen Beetle Fuel Tank Spectra

P311-0E63F5B    VW2B  New

113201075AD , 113301075AD , FT193 , TNKVW2B , 51514

Qty:
$178.93
Spectra Fuel Tank
  • Fuel Tank
  • 27 3/4 in. x 15 in. x 11 1/4 in. Lock Ring Kit Included
  • Product Attributes:
    • California_Prop 65: Yes
    • California_Prop 65 Message: May Cause Cancer Or Reproductive Harm
  • Innovative engineering, manufacturing technology and quality control ensure that Spectra Premium fuel tanks meet or exceed the performance of the original equipment they replace.
Brand: Spectra
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
1969 - Volkswagen Beetle

Latest Volkswagen Beetle Repair and Fuel Tank Installation Advice

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Stalling troubles in a 98 VW Beetle

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Question From thebug87 on Stalling troubles in a 98 VW Beetle

Three days ago my car started having some problems. I would be able to drive my car for about 15 minutes before it would shut off. I tried to restart the car and the engine turned over but wouldn't catch. After about 10 minutes the car started and I drove it home. I checked the oil level, air filter, fuses, and coolant. The following day I drove the car to my dad's and the same stalling issue occurred and it restarted after 10 minutes and I continued driving to my destination. At this point my car had about a little under half a tank of gas. We checked the vacuum in the gas tank, which seemed all right. I then drove the car for a while to make it stall, once stalled we turned the key and it would turn over, but, not catch. We then immediately opened the gas cap and the car turned over leading us to believe there is an issue with the vacuum in the fuel tank. We have since driven the car for over an hour and it has not stalled, however, the gas level is now lower than a quarter of a tank. So I am back to square one. The check engine light is always on in the car so I cannot tell if a sensor is bad.
The car had similar stalling issues two years ago and the crank sensor was replaced. Four years ago the oxygen sensor was replaced.
We are going to check the mass air flow sensor and lights. Any other suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

1998
Volkswagen Beetle
2.0 L
145,000 Miles

Response From Tom Greenleaf

With the CEL light lit there's a code or more to read for guidance on what the issue is. Get the code(s) -

T

Response From thebug87

Thanks for the advice, but, I am trying to avoid getting the codes read for two reasons: 1 - The light is always on because there is something wrong with the signal and 2 - I priced the dealership and cost is about 150 just to read the code.

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

You shouldn't have to go to a dealer to get a comprehensive code reading. Many parts outlet do that for free to sell parts of course and they may not give a complete answer or have a good of equipment.

I know if it costs something it's still worth it as you have a problem and that could certainly help. Think - you could be saving a mega expensive repair to fix something now.

No harm in ruling out things you can see or find like things not attached properly, wiring plugs, vacuum hoses etc.

Tune and other maintenance needs to be up to date. It could just be getting bad info and trying to make adjustments and when it can't it will set a code,

T