Volkswagen Repair in Ann Arbor MI
Stadium Auto Service is your Ann Arbor MI Volkswagen repair specialist. We have trained Volkswagen auto repair technician on staff. Our extensive training for Volkswagen Repair ensures our Volkswagen technician has the knowledge and experience to repair your Volkswagen. Our Volkswagen mechanic performs all Volkswagen scheduled maintenance services, Volkswagen brake repair, Volkswagen check engine light repair, Volkswagen timing belt replacement, Volkswagen transmission repair, Volkswagen engine repair.
Trust your Volkswagen repair to the Volkswagen specialists at Stadium Auto Service in Ann Arbor, MI. We follow Volkswagen repair procedures that protect your Volkswagen warranty.
Our certified technicians know Volkswagen inside and out. We utilize the latest Volkswagen diagnostic tools and repair techniques to keep your Volkswagen performing in peak condition.
Our extensive experience with Volkswagen repair and complete collection of special tools and Volkswagen diagnostic equipment ensures high quality work and complete customer satisfaction.
Bosch Approved Service Repair Facility
Stadium Auto Service is a Bosch Approved Repair Facility in Ann Arbor MI.
The Bosch Service system is a collection of the top independent auto repair centers around the globe. Bosch Car Service is one of the largest independent auto repair shop chains in the world, with more than 16,500 workshops in over 150 countries.
All Bosch Service centers must pass a rigorous evaluation to be accepted to the program, and are frequently inspected to make sure the high Bosch standards are being maintained. These inspections ensure that customers will receive reliable maintenance and repair, with exemplary customer service, whenever they visit a Bosch Service center.
Bosch approved auto repair centers are required to have the best tools and technical information, and all technicians must be certified by the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE). In consideration of all that Bosch requires of its approved auto repair shops, you can rest assured that your Volkswagen repair experience will be the utmost in quality and service.
Common Volkswagen Problems
Inspect Brakes at Every Service as Rear Brakes Wear Out Quickly on Volkswagen Beetle.
Volkswagen Beetle rear brakes tend to wear out quickly. May need frequent brake rotor replacement. We recommend regular Volkswagen Beetle brake inspection for wear.
Headlights May Not Work on Volkswagen Beetle
Volkswagen Beetle premature head light bulb burnout and head light bulb harness failure is common.
Volkswagen Beetle head lights may not work due to premature head light bulb burnout and/or head light wiring harness connector failure. Care should be taken to inspect the head light harness connector for damage when replacing bulbs.
Fix requires Volkswagen Beetle head light wiring harness connector replacement.
Mass Air Flow Sensor Failure on Volkswagen Beetle
Volkswagen Beetle mass air flow (MAF) sensor may fail, resulting in drivability issues and/or Check Engine Light problem.
Repair requires Volkswagen Beetle Mass Airflow Sensor replacement.
Volkswagen Jetta engine misfire Due to Failed Ignition Coil, Spark Plug, or Ignition Wire
An ignition coil or spark plug may fail unexpectedly resulting in an engine misfire and possible illumination of the Volkswagen Jetta Check Engine Light. Vehicles equipped with spark plug wires may also develop a misfire caused by a failed spark plug wire.
Volkswagen Jetta engine misfire repair may require Jetta Ignition Coil Replacement, Jetta Ignition Wire Set Replacement, or Jetta Spark Plug Replacement.
High Mileage Automatic Transmissions May Have Shifting Problems on Volkswagen Jetta
Volkswagen Jetta transmission shifting issues due to internal problems in high mileage automatic transmissions. Can be difficult to resolve without complete Volkswagen Jetta transmission replacement.
Transmission damage due to failed transmission oil cooler on Volkswagen Jetta
Volkswagen Jetta failed transmission oil cooler can cause extensive transmission damage in some automatic transmission models when the transmission oil cooler fails and allows coolant to mix with the automatic transmission fluid. Repair requires Volkswagen Jetta transmission oil cooler replacement and Volkswagen Jetta automatic transmission repair.
Reverse Gear Failure and or Noise From Manual Transmission on Volkswagen Jetta
Volkswagen Jetta manual transmission reverse gear failures and noise are common problems. Fix requires Volkswagen Jetta manual transmission repair.
Volkswagen Jetta Transmission Rattle When Engine is Cold
Volkswagen Jetta Dual Mass Flywheel Failure.
The flywheel for the 2006-2008 Volkswagen Jetta with the 2.0L Turbo engine is a non-conventional "Dual Mass" flywheel. It is known to make light rattling noise when the engine is cold, and should subside once the engine temperature raises. If the rattle doesn't go away when the engine warms, the flywheel may have failed.
The solution is Volkswagen Jetta Dual Mass Flywheel replacement.
Power Window May Fail Due to Window Regulator on Volkswagen Jetta
One or more power windows may fail due to a failed Volkswagen Jetta window regulator. Repair requires Volkswagen Jetta window regulator replacement.
Check Engine Light and/or Hesitation Due to Failed High Pressure Fuel Pump on Volkswagen Jetta
Volkswagen Jetta check engine light and hesitation due to failed high pressure fuel pump. Volkswagen Jetta 2.0L turbo charged engines may develop a hesitation on acceleration and or Check Engine Light on due to a failed high pressure fuel pump, worn high pressure fuel pump camshaft follower, or worn camshaft lobe. The camshaft lobe pushes on the follower to operate the high pressure fuel pump.
Fix requires one or all of camshaft replacement, high-pressure fuel pump replacement, high-pressure fuel pump cam follower replacement.
This problem can reoccur and high-pressure fuel pump cam follower should be inspected every 10,000 - 15,000 miles.
Decreased Power and Fuel Economy from Carbon Buildup on Volkswagen Jetta
The 2006-2016 Volkswagen Jetta uses FSI and TSI direct injection engine. These engines have an intake system carbon buildup problem which can cause power loss, OBD codes and a check engine light, and a rough idle. Possible Volkswagen Jetta trouble codes include: P0300, P0301, P0302, P0303, P0304.
The solution is removing the intake manifold and cleaning the intake manifold internal passages, cylinder head intake ports, and the intake valves. This may need to be done in as few as 20,000 miles.
Driver Door Electronic Switches Work Intermittently on Volkswagen Jetta
Volkswagen Jetta driver door wiring loom problem. The driver door wiring loom cracks and degrades with time due to weathering and frequent opening and closing of the door. This problem affects the normal operation of all electronic components of the door including, but not limited to:
- Electric Windows
- Electric Door Locks
- Trunk Release
- Fuel Filler Door Release
- Interior Lights Stay On at All Times
- Keyless Locks
- Power Side Mirrors
Fix requires Volkswagen Jetta driver side door wiring harness replacement. For security purposes, the doors can be locked with the key. The interior lights should be turned off manually, and through the multi function display in the gauge cluster to prevent battery drain.
Odor From HVAC Vents on Volkswagen Jetta
Condensation in the Volkswagen Jetta heater case may cause a musty odor from the heating, ventilation and AC (HVAC) system after sitting for two hours or more. To fix a HVAC vent cleaner is available to clean the heater case. The HVAC drain system should be checked for debris.
Clunking Noise from Floorboard Under Acceleration on Volkswagen Jetta
Drivers of the Volkswagen Jetta and GLI may experience a clunking noise associated with acceleration from a stop, or down shifting for rapid acceleration. The noise will also be accompanied by a light impact sensation under the drivers feet. Drivers may also notice unexplained changes to their front end alignment while driving.
This problem is commonly called "VW Sub-frame Clunk", and is caused by the gradual stretching of the bolts that secure the sub-frame to the vehicle body. The subframe is a large plate that secures to the bottom of the engine bay, and connects the body of the car to the engine and suspension. Over time, the bolts that secure the subframe stretch, allowing the subframe to move and hit the bottom of the car when accelerating.
VW Sub-frame Clunk repair requires Volkswagen Jetta sub-frame bolt and spacer replacement. There are many aftermarket subframe bolt kits and Volkswagen supplies upgraded subframe bolts and spacers.
Brake Pads and Rotors May Wear Out Prematurely on Volkswagen Touareg
Volkswagen Touareg brake pads and rotors may wear out prematurely. This problem can be heavily dependent on driving style. We recommend regular brake inspections with replacement of pads and rotors as required.
ABS Light Problem due to Control Module Failure on Volkswagen Passat
The Passat anti-lock brake system (ABS) control module may fail causing the ABS light to illuminate. Failed ABS modules should be replaced to restore ABS operation.
Engine Oil Leaks on Volkswagen Passat
Volkswagen Passat oil leak from Camshaft Chain Tensioner and Valve Cover Gaskets are common. Engines affected are 1.8L 4 Cylinder Turbo, 1.9L 4 Cylinder Diesel Turbo, 2.0L 4 Cylinder, 2.0L 4 Cylinder Turbo, 2.8L V6, 3.6L V6. Fix requires Passat Camshaft Chain Tensioner gasket replacement and Passat Valve Cover Gasket replacement.
Digital Display on Instrument Cluster May Fail on Volkswagen Passat
The Volkswagen Passat instrument cluster digital display may fail. Fix requires the entire instrument cluster to be replaced.
Stadium Auto Service specializes in German auto repair and European auto repair in Ann Arbor, MI 48103.
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