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2002 Volkswagen Passat Reviews and Owner Comments
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2002 Volkswagen PassatVisitor, Elkhorn, WI, October 26, 2011 18:57How much will it cost to replace a thermostat on a 2002 vw passat 2.8????
2002 Volkswagen Passatfluppi1, Knoxville, TN, August 17, 2010 02:45After rushing and buying my Passat I had to put an extra $3.000 to get it up to par ! Had Sludge problem -Problems with coils. I am now very happy with my Passat after giving it a little TLC!Enthusiast
2002 Volkswagen PassatVisitor, Suffolk, VA, July 26, 2010 10:41So after having this car for a year, i had to replace the spark plugs because the engine had an oil leak and burned up the spark plugs. Everytime i press my break to accelerate i hear this knocking on the back of my car. The steering wheel ticks when i turn it and the car always blows out hot air till at least 8 miles. The car has 119,000 miles on it. Replaced the tire boot last year and have to replace it again.
2002 Volkswagen PassatVisitor, Deerfield, WI, April 14, 2010 08:29I bought this car repossessed from a local credit union. Cost to get timing belt done was 1800 in Madison. 750 with waterpump in Brookfield. I can't believe the nerve some dealers have looking a customer in the face and saying, "gee, 1800 to do a timing belt. When would you like to schedule that." CEL was on for about 2 months, but had a local mechanic look at it, and he fixed the pcv valve and some other valves that may have caused it. Error was "Air Intake". Over having this vehicle for 3 months, I've put about 1k into it, and bought it for 4.5k. Nothing is wrong with the vehicle, no sludge using 0w40 Mobil One.
2002 Volkswagen PassatDriver2, New Freedom, PA, December 15, 2009 16:06This is a fantastic car. We have an excellent non-dealer VW specialist for repairs and maintenance. Bought new, 160,000 miles now. Had to do the coils and radio recall when it was new which was very annoying. Also the current coils recall - still annoying. The 4 cylinder turbo, manual trans we average 33mpg, but have done 40 on long expressway drives. Plenty of acceleration. Handles best of any car I've ever driven. No plans to sell it any time soon.Rookie
2002 Volkswagen Passathemicuda, North Richland Hills, TX, January 09, 2009 14:05Didn't know we had to use synthetic oil till I saw that on this site, What bad engineering to use too small a pickup tube coming from the oil pump beware change oil every 3,000 miles and use synthetic oil or the tube will plug with sludge and destroy the motor 1.8 turbos onlyMaster