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I would be concerned as the fix now may be simple (like checking the engine oil and water in the radiator (not the reservoir). check fan belts and condition of belts .or the remedy repair will be less costly. Ignore the warning and the budget will be blown
I did the brakes on my 03 Passat about 2 years ago and the same thing happened to me. I took it to several places to have them figure it out any many wanted to charge an arm and a leg. With severe hesitation I took VW and they said it was a recall sensor item and would cost nothing to fix. So you may want to give VW a call and see if it is the same sensor issue.
change voltage reg. its in the alt.when testing alt's voltage is not checked just amps under load its easer though most of the time to change the alt. let me know if this helps you 9 out of 10its been teh problem email@example.com