I asked for part number, year, make of battery etc. The manufacturer was notified of the failure. Warranty consists of 3 months free replacement. And so the air came on as I turned the ignition. We stated that this seems like an issue with defective equipment since the car is only 5 yrs old as well as a safety issue with the vehicle.
Beside oil changes and a front end alignment at 70,000 miles, I have had to replace two external light bulbs and a cabin air filter. This is the fourth trip in for the same thing. The recall began on January 15, 2016. I have to schedule yet another appointment to again have this looked at. A few times, the car also slowed down on the interstate. If you do not take the time to include this basic information your post may be removed until it is revised. Long story short I got my car back last night from the body shop and the radio didn't work.
Stuck in wife's position and I could not drive my car. Can someone advice me please? At ConsumerAffairs we love to hear from both consumers and brands; please never hesitate to. I loved my old Passat and had such a great experience with it, too. The car is a complete loss. I din't sign-up to pay all this money out of pocket, and the airbag recall still isn't available.
According to utah lemon law I should be entitled to arbitrate, but vw will not discuss this option. Maybe they realized that the dealer had serviced everything, but forgot to check tire pressures. Battery is vented to outside of vehicle. I have started looking for a reliable local mechanic. Car sitting in garage with battery disconnected. You can have codes read at Auto Zone, Pep Boys, O'Reilly's, etc.
Warranty consists of 3 years free replacement. It was disconnected and I am fine but drive with 1 unlocked back door. I had told them two to three thousand down. It said the computer thinks the left door is open. The battery dies all the time even though I disconnected the radio. After the replacement, consumer was still experiencing difficulties in starting the vehicle.
Then this issue with the battery drain , dealer says bad battery. Show me a good German electronic device and I will show a better and less expensive option made in Japan or America. If it even helps one person that would be good. But the same problem happened. This vehicle has major electrical problems, such as the seat belt light illuminating, and I lose tension in my driver seat belt. I am tired of the multiple premature complaints on this vehicle and at this point, I'm considering another vehicle.
Warranty consists of 3 years free replacement. My brand new Passat was recalled within a month of buying it, and I've been told that they will have it for a few months. I found numerous tutorials on the web saying you could reprogram them, but the dealer was unable to make it work. Welcome to the cutthroat market of family sedans. At this time I was in a lot of pain, had ankle braces on both ankles and had to walk with two canes. So I don't see the sensibility in all of the styling changes and not providing these as equipment options at the very least when all things are considered.
In August, I had the oil changed at Browns Sat, and had to travel out of town Monday, just a couple days later. I had to replace my driver's side door because of a broken latch. Volume control works on restart. For more information about reviews on ConsumerAffairs. Maybe they could address it in the future with a firmware update but this is unlikely.