He stated we had probably received bad fuel when we had filled up. May 2005 - clacking noise in engine, sludge on dipstick and in oil fill cap. Rain Sensor Malfunction — Potential rain sensor issue. Upon entering the vehicle, I was unable to start it. Yet when I drive the car it dies. I requested they replace entire fuel system, explaining to the voa customer care person that metal shards go throughout the system, denied.
Finally voa agrees to replace the fuel system. But, when the air conditioner, fuel gauge started acting up, and the fact that this car has stalled on us three or more times recently while out driving ,then safety becomes an issue. This morning on the way home from work the glow plug light came on then started blinking which it did the rest of the way home. It only has 43,000 miles on the car and this is probably the reason it was traded in and has low miles. I am trying to seek reimbursement from vw of America for these expenses. Traction and stability control are also standard equipment. The repair was covered by warranty.
Now I'm wondering if something new is wrong??? Said the high pressure fuel pump was destroyed. This model has great reviews. Did not drive the vehicle again and at first opportunity had vehicle towed to local dealership. The manufacturer was not notified, the failure mileage 57,000. No oil light or check engine light ever came on.
AdBlue No Restart — System issue or AdBlue too low, engine will not restart. Automatic Transmission Malfunction — Potential automatic transmission issue 8. Pages and pages on the internet complained about the problem. The consumer requested that Volkswagen write off the vehicle as a defective, unsafe vehicle; since the problem was in the fuel system code po456 evap leak. I know I had put diesel in when I filled up that morning. They decide to replace tank. I lost track after 6 times.
I was stuck in major holiday traffic and almost got hit on numerous occasions and got honked at multiple times because I was unable to keep up in traffic due to the violent shaking of the vehicle. The vehicle was not taken to the dealer to have a diagnostic performed. Going above 25 miles an hour caused the car to make a loud noise and shake even more vigorously, making it impossible and dangerous to drive. I understand this is under investigation by your organization. Less than 2 years later, O2 sensor has gone bad again. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is now investigating the vehicle over stalling problems. The light had gone off, but came back on 6 months later.
I am lucky that my engine failed on a city street the second time compared to a busy highway but this car is not safe and I am lucky to be alive, because the first break down on a major highway was not only scary but a life-threatening situation. And is in the shop right now its been there for a week. Driver cannot be sure if the 2 events -- the accident and subsequent repair work and the failure of the fuel system -- are related. Oil Pressure — There is no oil pressure, stop the car. Fuel Cap — Fuel cap is missing, replace fuel cap.
Only a matter of time and hope I don't get in accident due to it. Tire Pressure Monitoring — Tire pressure is low. Although, the dealer determined a possible cause of the problem, the vehicle was not repaired. I have not encountered a vehicle it will not read an engine code yet. A month later in the dealer because check engine light went on.
Owners may contact Volkswagen customer service at 1-800-893-5298. Next they want to take apart the intake manifold even though they are not sure that is the problem. The failure was experienced several times. The squiggly light came on and I pulled into a parking lot where the car stalled and would not start again. The dealer faulkner Volkswagen , has told me everytime that the check engine light is caused by the oxygen sensors. .