1 I have a 73 super beetle and I have changed the generator and my light still comes on and I'm getting a charge at the battery why? It starts without pressing the clutch. Why?

Asked by Aug 08, 2014 at 10:41 PM about the 1973 Volkswagen Super Beetle

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Check your ground wire to the frame and the wire's are tight on the alternator. Your neutral cut off switch on the transmission is faulty.

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1) check the voltage regulator, but, really that is a simple machine and this should be easy to figure out- buy one of the many VW bug service manuals on the market- even stoned hippies could fix them- 2) that car is so old, there are no electronic gizmos on the clutch to keep it from starting- best way to start a car, anyway, in neutral-

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