Good evening! I have a 1980 Volkswagon Rabbit (Diesel).
Battery dies within a day or two after a full charge.
For a few weeks now, I noticed the battery light come on but illuminate like a dancing strobe light. Seemed to be intermittent when it came on. Sometimes it'd be...
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I have just purchased an 06 plate 1.6 beetle convertable and it has an issue that someone (hopefully) can suggest where the problem is.
the problem is as follows
Drivers window will not go up or down via its single switch or the master switch - no relay clicking or motor...
newbie to this forum.
i have a Tiguan that is 10 years old now. I just noticed today that the cloth trimming is peeling off the roof. Has this happened to anyone else? Disappointing that this is happening so soon. Does anyone know if VW has fixed this free of charge for anyone?
Has anyone experienced a failure of their SiriusXM radio to load due to an antenna fault code? If so, what have you done? Do you know how to get to your antenna lead without going to the dealer where they want to charge $135 to start and upwards of $650 to find and repair said lead? Radio...
Hi, I have recently moved back to the uk from abroad and am looking at purchasing a golf around two years old. I am trying to decide which model to go with out of the above. I would love a GTI or an R but my commute to work is around 52 miles round trip (country lanes or motorway) so the fuel...
Sadly I'm selling my 1983 Rabbit L MK1 4 door after many good years - the car is running but no longer current for inspection. Car will need to be towed to new owner. I'm located in Nassau County, Long Island New York.
I've owned the car since 2003 and unfortunately can't care...
81 rabbit pickup diesel engine, i had some electrical issues and finally i fried some wires. now the engine doesn't start. now on the injector pump there is the fuel shut of solenoid if i take all the electrical out of the system one positive lead to solenoid and the engine should start right...
Is there a Tiguan recall going on now? According to TorqueNews.com VW "is in the process of notifying owners of the problem. Owners of those Tiguans with problems will have their problems fixed free of charge. Dealers will inspect the rear shocks and replace them as needed, free of charge."
The repair shop wanted to charge a fortune to repair my 92 cabby's choking engine. (replace deteriorated PCV valve and intake hose ) I figured I'd tackle it myself.
Although hoses are available on ebay, it seems nearly impossible to find PCV valves these days.