Question about Cars & Trucks
The car is a vw citi rox 2009 model. The car did it 2 times since if had it .
Almost dead battery or dirty battery cables is one possibility. Another is a starter sellinoid (Spelling wrong) going bad.
Posted on May 15, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Yes, we were told by our Service Manager that they are having issues with the 2.5 engine. But, don't know what the issue is. We were told to use 91 Octane fuel, purchase gas from Top Tier gas retailers and park the car in the garage (keep the car warm). The car should be able to run on the recommened low grade gas (stated in the owners manual). I have the Technical Bulletin from VW. It basicaly states us consumer are getting contaminated gas and we need to purchase gas at Top Tier retailer. Shame on VW for blaming the consumer on their engine issues. VW could be the new cover up?
Posted on Feb 11, 2010
without putting my machine on it and extracting the gas to see how much gas their is by weight then i couldnt even think of a reason for this sorry
Posted on Sep 13, 2011
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