Yes, I know that there is an identically named thread that tech admin has just closed.
Here it is . . . complete with links directing us to a HONDA forum to leave our feedback:
And the motorbike site link that's posted...
Check the brake advice yourself!
Many owners get told by VW dealers they need brakes at an extortionate price when they don't. It can be a huge gouge.
Wait until the brake wear warning light cones on when you will still have at least a couple of thousand miles or more to either order the...
You've totally screwed up up a good site.
If I employed you and your designers you'd all be looking for new jobs tonight.
After 10 years, 20,000+ posts and over 500 Thank Yous I'm done.
Ro felliw nembers - Cheerio and Happy Tregging!
Huge strange grey shapes on this page and elsewhere.
This is a classic example of why website developers should never be let anywhere near websites!
We had a site that worked fine and now it doesn't.
Why are utterly irrelevant Google adverts clogging up space too? The one on this page in...
Get your Touareg's VIN to hand, buy an hour's time here, make sure there will be no interruptions from anyone, log in and download all you need for YOUR car.
Fair enough - it was worth mentioning in case you could save some cash!
As for the centre bearing may i suggest you take a few minutes to read about the Jimi Fix and then put together what you need in a small bag and put that in the trunk for the next time...
Glad it's fixed but others have reported several times that their aftermarket PCVs failed pretty quickly so you might want to buy a genuine VW PCV and put that in the trunk!
However, if you still have the old PCV you can get the small rubber diaphragm (which is the bit that breaks inside it and...
Of course you should be concerned.
So why are you wasting your time going back again?
What will have changed?
Never ever buy any Touareg with a known issue and especially one like this where no one knows the what, the why, or the wherefore.
Steer well clear.
1. Brake fluid. Get a price from the dealer now whilst your car is with them. You may well find it's not worth you DIYing on this one.
2. ATF. There is a good how to on here on this.
3. Diff oil. Always remove the fill plug FIRST before removing the drain!
4. Transfer box oil. Buy the...