Question about 2004 Volkswagen Passat
Let them see the car.
Did you check to see if the vehicle actually had oil in it? Sometimes small shops forget to put oil in or forget to put the oil plug back on.
It may be less expensive to go to your local corner garage at first, but now look at what it is going to cost you.
You may be able to find this engine in the scrap or junkyard. Look for a car that has rear end damage. This indicates that the engine is still good and none of the seals have been shifted because of the damage. Front end damage may cause seals to shift and have an oil leak
Posted on Jul 08, 2009
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