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Old August 2nd, 2019, 13:21   #1276
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Ah, yes, update!

I have chosen to allow my insurance to total the car rather go through the hassle of trying to buy it back via my lending institution. What a headache. Unsure if I want another new Jetta TDI at this point or not. Two months of nonsense and not having a car. Only got to enjoy it for six weeks drive time.
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Old August 8th, 2019, 08:27   #1277
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Ah, yes, update!
I have chosen to allow my insurance to total the car rather go through the hassle of trying to buy it back via my lending institution. What a headache. Unsure if I want another new Jetta TDI at this point or not. Two months of nonsense and not having a car. Only got to enjoy it for six weeks drive time.
Wow that's crazy. I personally am avoiding future purchases of Volkswagen because of the way I was treated by corporate. The dealer was great to work with and is the only reason I was able to get the car repaired with a new fuel system. Even with my state department proof of the fuel being good, VW still denied the warranty claim.
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Old October 25th, 2019, 06:33   #1278
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https://www.accuratediesel.com/6-7l-...ntion-kit.html
love this idea, i wonder if it's adaptable to the CR cp4
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Old January 21st, 2020, 13:02   #1279
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Sidenote: they had my car for so long my second set of keys to the vehicle no longer are paired to it, and I get the "out of range" error when I try to start the car with the keys. They changed the battery in the keyfob and it still would get the same error. Also ever since they fixed the HPFP the car has a buzzing sound after being on for a few minutes. The dealership was great to work with, though, and they were the ones who pushed back against VW in order to get a good will package done.

By the way, I wanted to post another update. I had another volkswagen dealership fix my keyfob, and had a standard service at this other VW dealership. I mentioned the buzzing, humming sound to them. After a misdiagnosis and a fix of something that wasn't really a problem, they diagnosed it again and I told them that it has to be due to the HPFP fix earlier, because the sound only started after they replaced my fuel system.

Well, turns out THE FUEL LINE WAS INSTALLED BACKWARDS! So that's why it was making a noise, and that was also inadvertently causing some power issues (occasionally difficult to gain speed). Well, they fixed it, and only yesterday did the original dealership that fixed my car reimburse for the diagnosis and fuel line fix.

With such an expensive repair in the first place, I can't believe they would repair it wrong. Did they make any other wrong-fixes when they repaired my HPFP or fuel system? Find out next time on Never Buy a VW Again!
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Old February 10th, 2020, 17:43   #1280
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Add me to the list..Bought my 2011 JSW with 68k at the end of 2018..Now at 109k and dead HPFP. At Lithia VW in Salem Oregon now..They'll be supplying a loaner car while the fix is done. As a CPO car, I'm understanding the repair to be covered with a $50 deductible, but now I'm pretty leary of keeping it much longer. I just had the Tbelt 100k service done, new fuel filter and oil changed at 106k. Not impressed VW.

Question- does any calculation of the warranty restart if you have any of the covered failures within the warranty period?

Would the DPF have been.replaced with the original "fix" before I bought it at 68k?
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Old February 11th, 2020, 07:38   #1281
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The DPF on the 10-14 were typically not replaced unless they had already failed.

The warranty will not restart but there is typically a warranty (2/24?) on the replacement parts, which may or may not be longer than the emissions warranty. The HPFP should be covered under the emissions warranty and should have no deductible.
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Old February 11th, 2020, 23:24   #1282
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kjclow, thanks for that clarity. My dealer is giving 12mos./12k on the fuel system replacement. I don't think I'm gonna keep the car that much longer😬
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Old February 12th, 2020, 02:38   #1283
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At least they are replacing it for you and not claiming contamination or some other nonsense.
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Old February 13th, 2020, 10:45   #1284
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Add me to the list..Bought my 2011 JSW with 68k at the end of 2018..Now at 109k and dead HPFP. At Lithia VW in Salem Oregon now..They'll be supplying a loaner car while the fix is done. As a CPO car, I'm understanding the repair to be covered with a $50 deductible, but now I'm pretty leary of keeping it much longer. I just had the Tbelt 100k service done, new fuel filter and oil changed at 106k. Not impressed VW.
Question- does any calculation of the warranty restart if you have any of the covered failures within the warranty period?
Would the DPF have been.replaced with the original "fix" before I bought it at 68k?
I agree with you about not being impressed with VW anymore, but on a brighter note, they fixed yours for only 50 dollars and are giving it a warranty too. They had my car for over 80 days because they erroneously claimed I contaminated my fuel which is why the fuel pump failed. (It took so much effort not to just laugh in their face at this claim, because I bought it new in 2010, never put in the wrong fuel, even before they required the "only diesel" stickers, and that I had almost 400 miles on the tank of fuel before the fuel pump failed).

So while you may be wary of your vehicle now, it should work for a long time, and when you need a new car, don't buy a VW diesel until they stop making bad parts.
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Old March 7th, 2020, 11:50   #1285
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Car starts fine goes in revers no problem but soon as put in drive car quits. Anyone have anything to tell me to look for? I installed new crank sensor didnít help any Iím getting no codes on Ross tech
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Old March 12th, 2020, 16:27   #1286
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Car starts fine goes in revers no problem but soon as put in drive car quits. Anyone have anything to tell me to look for? I installed new crank sensor didnít help any Iím getting no codes on Ross tech
Start a post in the proper car area, this is for CR fuel pump failures.
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