I brought my car into the dealer because of a hesitation while accelerating (going up hills or merging onto the highway) otherwise it drove fine. VW is saying that I need to replace the tiptronic switch (by replacing the entire shift assembly) quoting over $2000 - and now 1 day after leaving it with the dealer it is stuck in 1st gear and will not let me remove the key while in park. This all seems crazy to me, is this a normal price?

If this is a known problem why isn't it being looked into like the diesel problems vw is addressing and have known about and looking at this problem as being a scandal as well.

Yesterday, my car has been replaced front brake drums and pads.

After that, I could hear a clicking noise from front wheel at lower speed on bumpy road(never heard before).

While I did test-driving with a mechanic, he told me they loosened some part, but another guy come to me and told me that I have to replace a shocker.

Please help me, Do I have to replace shocker?

I had front brake work done just about a month ago and this noise is just now occurring. The clicking noise happens when i apply the brakes but its not every time. Please help me understand this annoying noise.

I was tokd that as long as it is not flashing it is safe to drive and it will not harm the engine. Is that correct, as I am trying to get an appointment.

sitting in traffic and ac started turning warm air and then alarms sounded that engine was overheating. shut the ac off and the engine went back to normal temps. Had the vehicle year and a half and this never happened before.