2002 Volkswagen EuroVan Repair and Maintenance

A guide to problems, costs, maintenance and repair for your 2002 Volkswagen EuroVan

2002 Volkswagen EuroVan Problems

Aging plastic components in cooling system may fail unexpectedly

Aging plastic components in the cooling system—including the connecting pipes to the radiator—can fail unexpectedly.

Inspect CV Boots and Joints at Each Service

Our technicians recommend having the constant velocity (CV) boots and CV joints inspected at each service. Servicing torn CV boots early can prevent the need to replace the CV half shaft or CV joint.

Air Flow and Oxygen Sensors May Fail

Air flow and oxygen sensor failures are common and can cause drivability concerns.

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2002 Volkswagen EuroVan Questions

On hot days the engine will barely come back on after stopping for gas. (1 answer)

After flooring the gas pedal, the engine starts back up and idles really roughly, sometimes shuts off. After a minute or so of revving it a little, the problem goes away. On really hot days it shuts off by itself at intersections when it should be idling. Could it be some kind of vapor lock in...

Van takes only @1/10 gal of gas without shutting the pump off (2 answers)

It takes forever to fill it up! Any ideas on a cause/fix? The engine light stays on and say it is an "evap" problem

how do I remove the air flow sensor plug from tube going into air filter (1 answer)

I want to replace the air filter and need to pull the air flow sensor.

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2002 Volkswagen EuroVan Reviews

I bought my 2002 Eurovan brand new in November 2001 and I love it, and everyone that has experienced loved it. I can't understand why VW of America stop importing the Eurovan, which is a very popular vehicle. The new one is called Van Panamericana and is available in Europe and I think Canada. I will love to buy the new one, which is a little longer and has more updated features.

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