Question about 2009 Volkswagen CC
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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even if they dont they should clean up there mess i would change dealers they dont seem to care about the small stuff if thats true what do you think there missing else where
Posted on Nov 07, 2009
Not necessarily. You will have to read the fine print in your warranty. If the warranty doesn't cover maintenance items then you are out of luck. Maintenance items usually include brakes, tune ups, oil changes, tires, etc., things that normally wear quickly. Suspension could also be considered a maintenance item because there are many factors involved in determining how long it will last before you need to start replacing suspension parts, none of which the factory has any control over. They can be held accountable if there is a flaw in the suspension such as a manufacturing defect or design flaw, but that's about it. They can't control how you drive or load the car. Bad roads (potholes,bumps) or heavy loaded or overloaded cars dramatically shorten the life of suspension. Driving habits can also factor in, especially in conjunction with one of the other two.
You would have to prove to them that it's not your fault before they would consider doing anything about it if the fine print eliminates maintenance items from the warranty. If the fine print doesn't then you will have to argue the specific parts of the warrant that you think apply to your situation. Hope this helps.
Posted on Jun 24, 2011
you need to remove the inner door panel,, you will see a sheet of plastic under that ,, peel it away , look inside the holes on the inner metal door structure,, towards the outside handle,, you will see connecting rods that control the functions, they are held on with little plastic clips,, remove those from the handle side , ( the piece you want to take off, ) there should either be one small bolt head , ( possibly 2 one on each side, the one with just one, has a tab that slides into place on that one) remove that bolt, and the handle will slide off to the outside of the vehicle , make sure to make a note of where each rod goes, and the clips that hold them,
Posted on Sep 23, 2011
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