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Bought used 2006 VW Beetle 11 June 09

I was driving on the interstate, the engine started to hesitant on about 65 speed. And took the exit, I was driving about 30 speed when the engine was giving up its power and the engine light went on. I took it back to the dealer. They said they will check the issue.

I just bought the car 3 days ago and has 18800 odometer reading. My Honda doesn't do that and has more than 50,0000 mi. What was wrong with it?

Please help me. I don't feel like paying monthly pymt for 3 years.

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