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  • Tips to Identify ABS Module Failure in a Volkswagen

    Posted on May 18, 2020 by aandmautowpuser
    All vehicles are packed with safety features, such as airbags. We hope to never use them, but we are grateful that they are installed and ready in case of emergency. One unsung safety feature that we use regularly is the ABS system. Let’s take a look at this important safety… Read More
  • Reasons Behind the Airbag Malfunction Light Activating in a Volkswagen

    Posted on March 13, 2020 by aandmautowpuser
    When people think of high-quality European vehicles, Volkswagen is a name that carries a lot of respect. From the Beetle to the Golf, Volkswagen are the creators of some of the world’s most iconic cars, but even the best quality machines can have faults, and Volkswagen vehicles are no different.… Read More
  • How To Deal With Wiring Harness Failure in Your Volkswagen

    Posted on December 19, 2019 by aandmautowpuser
    Your automobile is operated by a truly complex system of various electrical components. The wiring harness is a compilation of electrical wires or cables that sends electrical power and specific signals throughout your car. It serves a vitally important purpose as it connects the different components of your Volkswagen. When… Read More
  • Tips to Fix Your Volkswagen’s Broken Rear Springs in Pineville

    Posted on July 20, 2019 by aandmautowpuser
    The Volkswagen is a durable German manufactured vehicle known for its reliability and quaint design options. The unique Volkswagen Beetle has long been a symbol of peace, love, and fun in the United States for years. Over time, its cute design has evolved from a family vehicle to the realm… Read More
  • How to Deal With Muffler Bracket Failure in a Volkswagen

    Posted on December 29, 2018 by aandmautowpuser
    When you purchase a Volkswagen, you know that you are purchasing this vehicle for its reliability, performance level, and endurance. A Volkswagen is a great vehicle to own no matter where you are in life. If you are a beginning driver, a Volkswagen is going to keep you safe as… Read More
  • When Should You Replace the Timing Chain in Your Volkswagen

    Posted on December 12, 2018 by aandmautowpuser
    It is not unusual to hear about replacing timing belts in car engines, and there are specific service periods in which replacements are recommended so that you don’t suffer engine damage from a broken timing belt. Some cars do not have a timing belt, though. Some Volkswagens, for example, have… Read More
  • How to Deal with a DME Communication Failure in Volkswagen

    Posted on July 20, 2018 by aandmautowpuser
    The Digital Motor Electronics (DME) controls most of the significant aspects of the operation of the engine. This part helps the engine maintain excellent reliability, maximum performance, low fuel consumption, and fewer emissions. When this part begins to fail, it can wreak havoc in your engine in very noticeable ways.… Read More

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