I need some help finding this cable.....

Asked by Jan 15, 2016 at 12:09 PM about the 2001 Volkswagen Beetle

Question type: General

I own a volkswagen new beetle 2001, I would like to know where is located the
cable to conect the car to the electricity, you know, the one that is used to
"keep the lines warm up" during very cold days... I would really appreciate any
help....

4 Answers

63,235

Roxanne,is your beetle a diesel?If not,there is no heating coil in it.

Yes, it is diesel ..

56,545

If your car did not come with a heater, you may want to add one.

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63,235

If you cant find a plug around motor block,your car was not equipped with one as Full of regrets said above.

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