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P311-1384D37    W0133-1613263  New

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2004 - Volkswagen Beetle GLS 4 L 4 Cyl 1.8L - 1781
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P311-48D06E9    W0133-1982079  New

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2010 Volkswagen Passat CV Axle Assembly First Equipment Quality

P311-48D06E9    W0133-1982079  New

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P311-48D06E9    W0133-1982079  New

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2006 Volkswagen GTI CV Axle Assembly First Equipment Quality

P311-48D06E9    W0133-1982079  New

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2006 - Volkswagen GTI Manual
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2014 Volkswagen Golf CV Axle Assembly First Equipment Quality

P311-48D06E9    W0133-1982079  New

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2014 - Volkswagen Golf Comfortline TDI Manual
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2013 Volkswagen Jetta CV Axle Assembly First Equipment Quality

P311-4CD852B    W0133-1999725  New

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2013 - Volkswagen Jetta TDI Premium Automatic Dual Clutch
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P311-4CD852B    W0133-1999725  New

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  • ; Twin Clutch Trans, Aluminum Wheels, New
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2014 - Volkswagen Golf TDI
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2015 Volkswagen Jetta CV Axle Assembly First Equipment Quality

P311-4CD852B    W0133-1999725  New

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  • ; Twin Clutch Transmission
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2015 - Volkswagen Jetta TDI S
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2005 Volkswagen Jetta CV Axle Assembly First Equipment Quality

P311-4CD852B    W0133-1999725  New

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First Equipment Quality CV Axle Assembly
  • New - Lifetime Warranty
  • ; DSG Dual Clutch Gearbox
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2005 - Volkswagen Jetta TDI Automatic
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2013 Volkswagen Golf CV Axle Assembly First Equipment Quality

P311-4CD852B    W0133-1999725  New

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First Equipment Quality CV Axle Assembly
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  • ; with Aluminum Wheels
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2013 - Volkswagen Golf Highline TDI Automatic Dual Clutch Hatchback
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2005 Volkswagen Passat CV Axle Assembly First Equipment Quality

P311-16B5DB1    W0133-1613224  New

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  • ; with Non-Servicable Inner Joint
  • Caution - Additional Inspection of All Engine, Transmission, and Suspension Mounts is Highly Recommended. Worn or Faulty Engine, Transmission or Suspension Mounts May Be a Cause for Vibration or Noise Which May be Incorrectly Attributed to a Worn or Faulty Axle Assembly
  • Front - Right
Brand: First Equipment Quality
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2005 - Volkswagen Passat GL

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2004 Volkswagen Passat transmisssion issue

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Question From Greensleves on 2004 Volkswagen Passat transmisssion issue

I just had my left front axel and rear brakes replaced on my 2004 Volkswagen Passat. It is a front wheel drive turbo. They also had to replace my CV driveshaft RF. Next day, my transmission is not working and makes noises. I had to get it pushed to a parking space. My husband said it was like moving a ton of lead. Not the normal "in neutral" push. Did they screw up my transmission while replacing my axel and CV driveshaft along with the rear brakes? Or is it a separate issue?

Thanksfor a response in advance, Jeannie

Response From Discretesignals

Without being there to look at it, it is too difficult to give you an accurate answer. Could be an axle disengaged from the transmission because of improper installation or defective part.

Response From Greensleves Top Rated Answer

Hello, and thank you so much for your awesome response. I called the repair shop today and relayed that the problem more than likely was the axle not fitting into the transmission correctly or the wrong cv drive shaft. They towed my car to the repair shop and found that the CV drive shaft that they had ordered was indeed not the right size. Needless to say, they re-ordered the correct size to fit. They brought the car back to me and all is well You're the man!!! Thank you!!!

Response From Discretesignals

Glad to read you got your problem resolved. Thanks for the follow up

Closed as solved.

Left front axle sitting out some leaking gear box oil

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Question From jester101 on Left front axle sitting out some leaking gear box oil

I have a 1997 volkswagen jetta 2.0... i recently bought it... after driving for a couple days i noticed an oil leak... i had a friend look at it and he said that it is gear box oil and it was leaking due to the left front axle not sitting in the gear box all the way.... my question is can i just pop it back in? what if that does not fix it?

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

It's going to need to be removed entirely and inspected to determine why that happened. The is a lock clip that should be holding it in that needs to be inspected.

1994 Volkswagen Golf broken rear wheel

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Question From Cyndacats on 1994 Volkswagen Golf broken rear wheel

Hello,
Last week, while driving my car on the highway, it made a noise and started zigzagging. When the tow truck came, and once it was on the truck, the driver found the problem: the right rear wheel was at an angle from the car. I've just gotten the quote from the mechanic today. He said that the bearing was bad, causing the wheel to break, and that it is now necessary to change everything - the axel, bearings, brakes, and drum - for over 1000 dollars. There was no warning that this was going to happen; no funny noises or squeeking. The car had just passed its inspection, and I'd only had it for 6 days when it broke.

My questions:
1. Is this normal when a wheel bearing fails?
2. Is this a normal price for this work, or is the garage trying to cheat me? Since this happened on the highway, the car was towed to the nearest town (insurance reasons), and is at the Volkswagen dealership garage.

Thanks for your help!

Response From chickenhouse

"and I'd only had it for 6 days when it broke. "
You've had the car for just 6 days?

Response From Cyndacats

Yes. I need to contact the seller. The insurance company will send an expert to look at the car, but I have to file a complaint first. The previous owner changed the tires before signing the car over to me. Is it possible that he didn't do it correctly, and that is what caused the failure?

Response From Hammer Time

Bearings don't wear out overnight. There make a lot of noise and give a lot of warning before ever getting to that point so something isn't adding up here.

Response From Cyndacats

I know. The mechanic said that the bearing seized up, which caused the wheel to break. That's why I think that something wasn't done correctly when the seller changed the tires, and that is what caused the bearings to fail.

Response From chickenhouse Top Rated Answer

Anything's possible-but- just changing tires? Maybe leaving a wheel loose is about all I can come up with. If the wheel broke and the axle dragged the road causing a need of replacement, but without seeing it I cannot say what happened. Maybe your ins guy can see what happened. Good luck.

2012 Volkswagen Jetta 2.5 SE 2.5L I-5 1300Miles (3 Weeks Old) Passenger Side Rear Quarter Destroyed. Help?

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Question From MBekks on 2012 Volkswagen Jetta 2.5 SE 2.5L I-5 1300Miles (3 Weeks Old) Passenger Side Rear Quarter Destroyed. Help?

Hi guys!
Last night, Friday, August 19th, I was in an accident with my three week old 2012 Volkswagen Jetta 2.5 SE. It was raining and dark out, and I had lost control of the wheel and flew sideways into a street lamp and sign. While drifting at that angle, I jumped a minimum 6" curb and my passenger side rear wheel had broken off. The entire wheel just came right off! The part that held it was all twisted and scratched up. My passenger rear door had a very large vertical dent in it, spanning about a foot in length, with scratches in it. Also, it seems the entire axle, or whatever you call the part that holds the rear wheels in place, was shifted to the left, because my driver side rear wheel was sticking out about 2 inches past the skirt. The rest of the car is fine, including the front and rear bumpers, front and rear driver side quarters and front passenger quarter.

Can someone please try to help out with possible problems I am facing? Parts that will need to be replaced, as well as cost for the parts and labor through dealer and private shop?

I am 18 years old and on a multi-vehicle insurance policy, so filing a claim is something I know i have to try and avoid. The damage done to the sign and lamp were on private property, so I will be taking care of that in cash also.

Thank you in advance,
Mike

Response From Tom Greenleaf

"Can someone please try to help out with possible problems I am facing?"

Just how did you leave that scene without this being recorded as an accident? Without too much guessing at any costs which will be impossible without a complete inspection of "property damage to others" and then damage to your car than could be tons more than what you've noticed at a look you are going to need the insurance which should (huh) take care of the property damage quickly especially if sign and lamp were of valuable importance to owner.

Your car should now be listed as "fixed up" in a catagory that damn it's value for when that day comes to sell or trade it.

I have to suggest fessing up and pay deductibles, any surcharges and possible fines. If the road was extrodinarily flooded by surprise you might have a snowball's chance in hell to excuse this but otherwise sounds like you were not driving in accordance to the conditions so are totally at fault and I don't and can't make that call,

T

Response From MBekks

Ugh, I know I'm at fault. I did report the accident already and the police took care of their part. The only thing I'm trying to figure out now is if the worst case scenario damage is something I can afford to pay out in cash. I've spoken to the landowners already and we have already worked something out. All I'd like to know is what I'm looking at in terms of cost to fix the car's damages. It's a lease so reselling or trading it in doesn't matter, by the way.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

I've never leased a car and terms would be whatever you agreed on and wouldn't be surprised if this had a tail end charge for damage unless repair and compensation is up to their specifications, terms and conditions. Trading in a lease is like selling it back valued at the conditions you agreed upon usually how many miles and a list of things.

I couldn't guess at what damage might be found. Even if I looked up cost of replacing the whole rear axle and associated parts there may be damage to body and frame parts that hold them putting costs thru the roof.

OK - it has been reported and no doubt some detail of damage now on file with your info, insurance, vehicle etc. so there goes that. Why not let your insurance take care of this? I have total faith that the concern you leased this from made sure you had coverage to protect their butts probably up to YOU being responsible for all costs while it is in your custody.

You said you are in a group policy and can't know how it could effect others but probably does.

I will never say that I'm a pro on the details of leasing as terms can and will be all different but have yet to hear of anything much more than YOU are responsible for everything about it. Right now, unless you put a huge chunk of $$ down you are seriously "underwater" meaning you would owe tons more than a 3 week old car would fetch to sell now as a fast % drops off that it technically isn't brand new anymore.

I say - keep strong track of all papers and the incident and call your insurance. They are probably just interested in how much it may cost them and probably a new risk rating for you and they should be able to tell you the overall expense it will be,

T

Response From Hammer Time

Right now, unless you put a huge chunk of $$ down you are seriously "underwater" meaning you would owe tons more than a 3 week old car would fetch to sell now as a fast % drops off that it technically isn't brand new anymore.

He stated it was a "lease" which is another way of saying "it's a long term rental" and yes, the car has to be kept until the end of the lease contract and returned with no damage. He is responsible for all repairs and damage just as if he owned it and yet he does not.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Right - long term rental but all responsibility. I mean underwater as if you changed your mind on a car that quickly it would cost a fortune to get out of it or change it to something else.

I see the ads for just sign and drive, no $$ needed, bad credit OK, no means check to pay a thing all gone wild about now.

This stuff is scary. Here - you owe sales tax for each month of the cost of partial buying it slowly or use of it but owe total annual "excise tax" based on value of a vehicle.

I hear of the sneaky crap at the end with ad on charges for condition. It stinks and isn't always fair right up there with predatory lending. Touchy stuff.

Still say let the insurance handle it,

T

Response From MBekks Top Rated Answer

Cost to fix is $5400
Rear wheel bridge is destroyed, rim and tire are gone along with it. It will need a new door and skirt, as well as a new rear bumper. Plenty of dents and scratches on the undercarriage, as well. The guy said that if it was just one model year older, it would only run $2000-$2800.
However, they did find a major issue with the breaks installed on it, which could mean that I'm not liable. I'll let you all know what happens when I do.

Response From Hammer Time

Of course you're liable. Who else would be?
Defective brakes may give you the option to sue the manufacturer but it isn't going to get your car fixed now. I'd be surprised if you could even win that suit.

Response From Discretesignals

If you lost control of the vehicle in a way the vehicle started to yaw, the stability control system (ESC) should have activated. The stability control system uses the brakes to correct an over or under steer condition. If you have brake problems or the ESC system wasn't operating properly or at all that could be an issue if your accident could have been avoided because of it. Even then the ESC system isn't fool proof and probably would be difficult to prove in court.

Response From Hammer Time

The only way you are going to find out the extent and cost of the damage is to get a detailed estimate by a reputable collision shop but be prepared for something that could run into multi thousands.