Question about 2005 Volkswagen Golf
This happened at about 65K miles and is happening again at 110K miles. Original problem diagnosis was a cracked hose connector and it cost about $600 US to fix. I'll look up the paperwork and see if they listed the parts replaced. Looks like this will be a pattern I am doomed to repeat every 50K or so.
Sorry, but I'd shop Foreign Repair shops instead...they'll usually repair for 50% of dealer.
Posted on Jun 15, 2009
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