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Volkswagen Repair & Services
Denver’s Volkswagen Service and Repair Leader.
Avalon Motorsports in the heart of Denver, Colorado are the leading Volkswagen repair and service and performance upgrades specializes available in the area. When you choose our Master mechanics and technicians to provide you with VW repairs, services and performance upgrades, you’ll receive a high-quality craftsmanship that you won’t find elsewhere. After all, our factory-trained Volkswagen diagnostic and repair specialists are well-equipped to deliver an unmatched level of vehicle care that’s unparalleled by others in the industry.
Whether you desire to keep your Volkswagen in superb running condition, or you’re looking for better performance for the street or track, Avalon Motorsports is here to serve you! When you combine this with an industry-leading warranty, transportation assistance and our Bosch Service Facility guarantee, you’ll have the confidence that your utmost satisfaction is at hand.
Do you need help from our VW service specialists?
If you aren’t sure whether or not your Volkswagen is in need of repair, service or a performance upgrade, below we’ve listed a few common problems you may run into during your time as a VW owner.
Common Volkswagen Repairs & Services
Check Engine Light
Every car has one, a check engine light. It happens to nearly any make and model car, whether it’s in the beginning stages of life or at wit’s end. However, it’s fairly standard for the 2013 Jetta Hybrid model VW’s check engine light to flash on because of a faulty sensor or software problem. If you own a VW and your Check Engine Light has lit up on the dashboard, feel free to swing by for a quick diagnostic service.
Oil Sludge Causing Engine Failure
Older models, including the year 2000 Passat, have had trouble in the past from built up oil sludge in the engine, ultimately causing engine failure. The problem usually becomes noticeable and a certain issue at around 70,000 to 90,000 miles. Just like any car with built-up sludge, oil sludge can be a definite problem in your car’s engine and it can prevent your car from running efficiently, or at all. To solve this issue and to prevent it from occurring in the first place, it’s highly recommended you provide your VW with the proper services needed, such as regular oil changes.
2006 Jettas have been known to have wiring harness shorts which occur around the 100,000-mile mark. If you have noticed shorts and the need for Volkswagen repair, be sure you contact Avalon Motorsports immediately for electrical services. These kinds of repairs should always use a certified VW service specialist.
Airbag Malfunction Light
Fairly common in Volkswagens, if your VW’s airbag malfunction light randomly flashes on and off, there could be an issue within the sensor of the airbag. An experienced Volkswagen repair specialist can take care of this problem for you when you notice it becomes an issue, usually around the 100,000-mile mark. The fix is usually only a few dollars, but it’ll give you the peace of mind you need to know your airbag will work correctly in case of an accident.
In the past, the Passat has had coil failure issues which appear around the 75,000-mile mark. Although this is a fairly common issue in Volkswagens, a VW specialist should complete this kind of repair. If you think your Passat is experiencing this type of problem, make sure you reach out to a VW specialist today!
Visit us today or call 303-400-3001 to learn more about our premium Volkswagen service.