transmission shifting issue on 2006 Volkswagen Jetta

I just got the Jetta from a Ford Dealer that taken it on trade.It was sold to me as is. The prior owner had a problem with the tranny not shiftng out of lower speeds - The Local VW dealer said it needed a mechatron - they did reset it something. The car now shifts just fine and no warning lights - do you think this problem will return as the mechatron has not been replaced.

by in Elk Mound, WI on May 28, 2009
1 answer
ANSWER by on May 28, 2009
it very well could. I would get some kind of warranty in writing. the later model VW/Audis are having problems with their transmissions. Get your self covered.
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