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Old July 20th, 2018, 10:11   #1
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Default VW Offering CPO Unlimited Mileage on TDIs

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TDI vehicles with less than 75,000 miles qualify for certification under the VW CPO program and generate a unique benefit for consumers— 2-Year Unlimited Mileage CPO Warranty. There is a great marketing opportunity with the CPO TDI Unlimited Mileage Warranty... Considering the concurrent 4-year emissions system warranty on each TDI sold, no other used car can match the coverage claims that VW dealers can tout.

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We are happy to announce that VW has released the global suppression of 2015 & 2016 new, unsold TDI vehicle VINs on dealer websites that have undergone the Approved Emissions Modification (AEM). This effort has gone into effect and modified TDI vehicles can now be found in dealer website inventories...
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Old July 31st, 2019, 09:06   #2
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I was wondering if you could supply your source?


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Old July 31st, 2019, 14:47   #3
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I was wondering if you could supply your source?


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This isn't new and has been going on for at least the last 2 years. Here's a link with more information.

https://vwcpo.com/program-disclaimer/
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Old August 1st, 2019, 08:56   #4
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I appreciate it! While not new, I am. Just purchased 2014 JSW with 25,000 miles and seem to have a AC/heater blower motor going out so to get it repaired under warranty would be great.
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I appreciate it! While not new, I am. Just purchased 2014 JSW with 25,000 miles and seem to have a AC/heater blower motor going out so to get it repaired under warranty would be great.
If the heater / AC blower is intermittent the most likely cause is a plug that has corroded or is loose and not making good connection.
I think you can get to it under the dash on the right hand side.
The resistor in the duct is what caused the dropped voltage that slows the fan and if it runs only at high speed this resistor is bad.
I don;t know how trouble prone this plug is in the VWs as my JSWs never had this problem, but it is rampant in Tacoma Toyota trucks.
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Old August 2nd, 2019, 08:37   #6
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Can I get a CPO after a dealer purchase?
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Old August 2nd, 2019, 09:14   #7
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Can I get a CPO after a dealer purchase?
You mean, you bought a used vehicle that wasn't part of the CPO program, and then you think you can retroactively have the CPO benefits applied?

Uh, no.
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Old August 2nd, 2019, 10:56   #8
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If the heater / AC blower is intermittent the most likely cause is a plug that has corroded or is loose and not making good connection.
I think you can get to it under the dash on the right hand side.
The resistor in the duct is what caused the dropped voltage that slows the fan and if it runs only at high speed this resistor is bad.
I don;t know how trouble prone this plug is in the VWs as my JSWs never had this problem, but it is rampant in Tacoma Toyota trucks.



Thanks for that bit of trouble shooting red, but no that's not the prob. There is just a real noticeable vibration on third fan speed setting ac on or off, engine on or off. Defrost, floor, or mid setting. I'm sure its there at the other speeds but just most noticeable on 3. Its like something fell in the squirrel cage and is throwing it out of round.


Sorry to high jack the thread
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Old August 3rd, 2019, 08:43   #9
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Check for leaves and trash build up in there. Found that same issue on my wife's old Hyundai. Pain getting in there, thankfully she has tiny hands and I let her clean it out.
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Old August 5th, 2019, 08:51   #10
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Well as we all know youtube is our friend. After watching a couple of heater motor specific vids it turns out the motor is really easy to access and remove, which I did only to have enough dirt fall out that once cleaned up and blown out took care of the vibration. Good to go now.


Oh ya, aboot this thread I did check at the dealer and I do still have some power train warranty still in effect.


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You mean, you bought a used vehicle that wasn't part of the CPO program, and then you think you can retroactively have the CPO benefits applied?

Uh, no.
Still get it certified. I assumed not. I didn't ask any dealers.
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