Car died while being driven. Dash lights indicated alternator and MIL check engine. Towed to Dealer. Scanned for trouble codes, ran GFFFAULT P0192 FUEL RAIL PRESSURE INTERMITTENT. Tested. Cleared Codes. Vehicle currently operating to specs
Oil leaking. Needed a part tightened
2 of the 4 ignition coils suddenly failed causing both an EPC & Check Engine fault light. VW claimed that this was NOT part of the powertrain warranty. Called VW customer service & they agreed to pay 50%. Head gasket seal & vacuum pump seal were leaking. Repaired under warranty. Numerous gaskets suddenly failed.
Water pump was leaking. Water pump + gaskets replaced.
leak in water pump. water pump replaced
buildup in fuel injection. injectors replaced under extended warranty but cleaning required.
not sure if it was fuel system or transmission. it was jumping when accelerating but not always in the same gear or RPM
Engine was stalling when stopped. This was also a manufacturing recall.
The engine died in the middle of driving. Wire harness defect caused the wire touching the engine. The wire harness was replaced.
Engine light continues since 28,000 miles. Sometimes accelerator issues (stuttering or not working at all), EPC light, clicking noise. This is 5th time in shop in 4 months. Fuel pump replaced, but now carbon build up on pistol. Lemon.
The engine's support rubber was dry. It was making squeaking noises. A little grease on the rubber fixed everything.
Fuel pump went bad at 12K miles. Engine cut out immediately
Check engine light activated. Car drove fine as it always has. Dealer reported that turbo waste gate was seized and replaced entire turbo asm.(that is how they service the waste gate). Left car overnight.
A couple instances last winter where the vehicle started, then stalled shortly after while pulling out of the driveway. A search online suggested that the fuel pump could be at fault. Didn't reoccur, so did nothing until fuel pump recall notice received.