How to Install Shocks on a 2001 Beetle?

Answer If your road experience is not as smooth as it once was, or you have started to hear thumping noises going over bumps, you may need to replace your shocks or struts. The 2001 Volkswagen Beetle only... Read More »

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How to Install Shocks on a 2001 Chevy Tracker?

When General Motors eliminated Geo from its automotive group in 1998, the popular Tracker SUV moved to Chevrolet's lineup. The 2001 Chevy Tracker came standard with a 127-horsepower, 2.0-liter in-l... Read More »

How to Install Rear Shocks in a 2001 Ford Escape?

The 2001 Ford Escape uses simple shock absorbers on the rear wheels rather than full struts. This can make replacing them easier than struts, but this particular vehicle requires a bit more work. Y... Read More »

How to Replace the Shocks and Struts in a VW Beetle?

The Volkswagen Beetle is a popular car that gets good gas mileage and handles well. It also has a smooth ride for such a small car. A good way to make sure that all those features stay with the car... Read More »

2001 Beetle Alternator Installation?

The alternator on your 2001 Volkswagen Beetle is the main source for keeping the battery fully charged at all times. The alternator also supplies the Beetle's entire electrical system with power. A... Read More »