Question about 2002 Volkswagen Golf
If you paid a dealer to fix this problem I would return to the dealer and let them know when it came back on, they should look at free of charge since you've already paid for this fix. It's not a bad idea to check online at the car manufacturers website for any possible recalls on your particular vehicle. I wouldn't take this lightly as you and your family's safety may be at stake. If you bought the car used you can find out if it's ever been involved in accident by ordering a VIN report online from a company such as autocheck or carfax. If the airbags have ever deployed and were not properly replaced by a certified dealership they could malfunction in the event of a collision.
Posted on Mar 28, 2011
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