2006 vw beetle

Asked by Jan 27, 2014 at 02:32 PM about the Volkswagen Beetle

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I just bought a vw 2006 beetle.  I noticed it has started leaking oil.  If you are standing in front of the vehicle the leak is on the left hand side.  It is about middle of the left side.

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20,855

It may be coming from the top and running down the left side. I just had to replace the camshaft seal and crankshaft seal for leaking oil on my 2000.You may get lucky and just be the valve cover gasket.

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Well I am female and will have to get my Uncle to fix it. I will tell him and if this is not what's wrong, he can find out for sure. Thanks a lot.

20,855

no problem

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