Hi all. I haven't posted in awhile, but I would be interested in some feedback. I've had an 03 Golf TDI 5spd 4dr since 2006 and it's been a great car. It's got about 275k miles on it at this point. I've replaced plenty of things over the years, but now I'm in a bit of a conundrum. About 6 years ago the original fuel pump failed and I had it replaced with a rebuilt one which is now leaking (was probably a bad choice, dunno). The local shop that I've been taking it to for some years now took a look at it, and recommended replacing the pump with a new one, plus the fuel lines between it and the filter as they are cracking. It's been dripping fuel on the coolant hose right under it and deterorating and needs to be replaced as well. They're asking about $3k for all that, parts and labor. I'm just wondering if you all think it's worth continuing to fix it. I still love this car, but I'm trying to be reasonable about it. As far as I can tell it's in decent shape, no rust that I am aware of. It has some interior issues due to age, plus the door latches are starting to get stuck sometimes. The the ABS controller has also apparantly failed which I haven't had fixed yet. It's just not an easy car to replace due to TDIs no longer being sold in the US. I'd always thought maybe I'd replace it with a sportwagon one day, but now those aren't being sold either! I guess I waited too long, so I keep thinking maybe I should just continue to fix it, but I know sometime I'll reach a point where it's not worth it anymore, and starting to wonder if this is it. Any thoughts would be appreciated. Thanks!