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Old July 23rd, 2019, 01:25   #1
pkhoury
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Default Engine replacement under CPO warranty?

I'm just curious if anyone's needed an engine replacement under CPO warranty. There are 3 CPOs in our family, but I don't anticipate needing a replacement. However, a friend has a 2015 Jetta, and his plan is to take a center punch to the turbo shaft and then try to get a new head/turbo/maybe engine from the dealer. My TDI guru/mechanic and I agree that he needs to learn the hard way, but with that said, we're wondering if anyone's been fortunate enough to have VW replace the whole motor under warranty without a big hassle...
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2010 Jetta Sportwagen - Malone DSG tune, Malone Stage 3.5, CR170, buzzken 3" straight pipe(resonator deleted), PolarFIS, Panzer plate, front and rear fogs, Bosal towhitch, Bilstein B8/Neuspeed 28mm swaybar, 2micron CP3 upgrade kit
2004 Golf GLS 5MT -
Malone Stage 4, VNT17, DC Stage 2 clutch, buzzken 2.5" straight pipe, MFA cluster swap, dieselgeek Panzer plate and short shifter, Bosal towbar, Tekonsha P3 brake controller, Hopkins short-proof trailer light converter, darkside SMIC, intake manifold, and tip pipe, PD150 airbox
2005 Jetta Wagon GLS (mom's car) - Malone Stage 4, VNT17, MFA cluster swap, Panzer Plate, buzzken 2.5" straight pipe, darkside SMIC
2015 Golf Sportwagen TDI (mom's car) - stock for now...

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