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Category: Volkswagen Repair

Signs that Your Volkswagen’s MAF Sensor is Not Working

February 28th, 2020 by

Your Volkswagen’s Mass Airflow sensor (or MAF sensor) is essential to ensuring the healthy function of your VW’s engine. As MAF sensors can vary between manufacturers and even between make and model, it is important to make sure only a Volkswagen specialist diagnoses any issues with your car. They will know the perfect way to

Leading Factors for Oil Sludge Build-Up in a Volkswagen

September 28th, 2019 by

Volkswagens have been popular with drivers for generations. With distinctively classic designs like the Beetle and the Camper van, VW cars are as much a pop culture icon as they are fantastically practical and hardworking cars. They are unlikely to ever fail their owners. However, without the correct maintenance standards, even the most loyal of

Repairing the Half-Shaft Boot in Your Volkswagen

June 2nd, 2019 by

The Volkswagen is a durable vehicle that comes in a wide variety of style options. It’s comfortable and easy to drive, making it an ideal option for drivers everywhere. Although Volkswagen vehicles are strong and durable, they have their fair share of mechanical issues. One of the seemingly small, yet primary issues that drivers experience

Why Does Your Volkswagen’s ABS Module Fail in Culver City?

April 29th, 2019 by

As newer models of Volkswagen vehicles come out, more parts are replaced with technological advances, making your driving experience safer and smoother all around. Though these upgraded features are better than the originals, they can still fail like any other part over time. A common problem with Volkswagen vehicles is the failure of the ABS

Reasons for Camshaft Seal Damage in Volkswagens

December 14th, 2018 by

Volkswagen has produced historically significant and memorable vehicles over the years and is known around the world for their ingenuity and practicality. Even so, you still may run into issues every now and again, which is why it is important for owners to stay up to date on vehicle maintenance. The camshaft seal on your

Headlight Bulb Harness Failure in Your Volkswagen

June 22nd, 2018 by

Auto maintenance is often completely overlooked by drivers, but it can be helpful to prioritize maintenance tasks in terms of how problematic they can be for your safety on the road. Some maintenance tasks, such as brake repair work, is certainly of more immediate performance than exterior paint care, for instance. In Volkswagen vehicles, it

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