• Volkswagen Rear Spring

    How to Identify Broken Rear Springs in Your Volkswagen

    Posted on March 8, 2023 by Carson Wileman
    Volkswagen is a durable and fun-to-drive car with good fuel economy and comfortability. The company still takes pleasure in building reliable models with agility, style, and durability, producing the popular GTI and racier Golf R. In all its high performance, this brand can also have issues, one of which is a broken rear spring. Rear springs are generally formed of… Read More
  • Volkswagen Oil Sludge

    Tips to Avoid Oil Sludge Buildup in Your Volkswagen

    Posted on December 14, 2022 by Carson Wileman
    Oil sludge buildup is a common issue in Volkswagen vehicles, and it can cause serious problems if left unchecked. Oil sludge is a thick, gooey substance that forms when oil breaks down and becomes contaminated with dirt and debris. It can clog your engine’s moving parts, leading to reduced performance and increased wear and tear. In extreme cases, oil sludge… Read More
  • Volkswagen Decreased Fuel Economy

    Signs of a Faulty Fuel Pressure Regulator in a Volkswagen

    Posted on September 3, 2022 by Carson Wileman
    Volkswagens have been around since the 1930s, and they have long had a reputation for being dependable vehicles. In recent years, they have become increasingly popular, thanks to their stylish designs and affordable price tags. While Volkswagens are generally very reliable, like any car they may occasionally experience problems. However, the company’s Roadside Assistance program can help to resolve any… Read More
  • Volkswagen O2 Sensor

    Look for These Signs to Identify an O2 Sensor Failure in Your Volkswagen

    Posted on August 1, 2022 by Carson Wileman
    Volkswagens are available in a variety of stylish models perfectly designed to meet your needs, whether they are distinctive and sporty or classy and businesslike. As a brand, Volkswagen has worked hard to guarantee that its cars function across diverse applications, with something to suit every preference and need from SUVs to sedans and convertibles. Even the most smartly-engineered cars… Read More
  • Volkswagen Engine Overheat

    Signs of a Malfunctioning Coolant Temperature Sensor in a Volkswagen

    Posted on July 16, 2022 by Carson Wileman
    The coolant temperature sensor is a vital component of your Volkswagen cooling system. It helps to regulate the temperature of the coolant, which keeps your engine cool and running as designed by the manufacturer. If it malfunctions, it can cause your engine to overheat. Your Cooling System Your VW’s cooling system has several key components, including the water pump, thermostat,… Read More
  • Volkswagen Engine Starting Difficulty

    What are the Symptoms of an Ignition Coil Failure in a Volkswagen?

    Posted on April 9, 2022 by Carson Wileman
    Ignition coil failure can occur in any modern car, and your Volkswagen is no exception. The ignition coil is a tube-shaped piece that links the spark plug to the engine. It is in charge of sending a high-voltage current to the spark plug. It may seem insignificant, yet it is an essential component of your Volkswagen’s engine. Coils are so… Read More
  • Volkswagen Engine Oil Leak

    Signs of Oil Leaks From the Engine of Your Volkswagen

    Posted on November 7, 2021 by Carson Wileman
    Volkswagens are known for being some of the most reliable and efficient vehicles on the market, but unfortunately, they may still fall prey to engine oil leaks. If your Volkswagen begins to leak oil, you may find yourself dealing with engine smoke, overheating, or even complete engine failure. These issues can be quite dangerous, so in order to prevent them,… Read More
  • Volkswagen Timing Chain

    How to Deal With a Defective Timing Chain in a Volkswagen

    Posted on June 29, 2021 by Carson Wileman
    Volkswagen is recognized for its reliability and reputation for ownership longevity. Their vehicles are comfortable and distinguishable, but the brand has been notorious for having timing chain issues. If you believe your Volkswagen has a defective timing chain, call Keith Cox Autobahn to have the problem inspected and fixed right away. Volkswagens are Susceptible to Timing Chain Issues The Volkswagen… Read More
  • Volkswagen Engine Overheating

    Signs of Cooling Fan Issues in a Volkswagen

    Posted on December 30, 2020 by Carson Wileman
    If you drive a Volkswagen, you know you are driving one of the most iconic car brands in American history. Complete with style and comfort, you expect your Volkswagen to be both safe and reliable. However, if your Volkswagen’s cooling fan is not working properly, it could begin to cause issues for your entire car. Since your cooling system is… Read More
  • Volkswagen Oil Leak

    Be Aware of Oil Cooler Gasket Issues that Can Arise in Your Volkswagen

    Posted on September 8, 2020 by Carson Wileman
    A common issue we see with Volkswagens is oil sludge buildup. To keep your car running smoothly it is important that you stay current on regular maintenance. One of the items your trusted mechanic will inspect is your oil cooler gasket. Let’s take a closer look. Your Volkswagen is made up of many different components that work together. The oil… Read More
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