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Exact same issues. Own car for now three years. Bought brand new off the lot. Took it to three different dealerships. All three diagnose problem differently and always say it is bad gas related. Well I owned Hondas and Mazda a before this and they have no problem with 87 octane. Car stalled once in February. Twice in April. And again last week. Battery light shows up on dash. And on speedometer is a digital ticker message. I guess I should have been quick on draw with camera on my phone, but was stopped at red light and a rad panicked and that is illegal to use smart phone in car while driving. I feel as if I need to go to VW tech school to tell them what happens each time I bring it in. Other problems: brake light on dash is super sensitive with summer to fall weather change. Horn stopped working after 30000kms. Told it happens. Will go back to Japanese made cars in future as it is oil changes and air filters and not dealer dependent. I would give VW negative rating on diagnosing problems. Techs need faults on computer and have no other tech skills to fix problems.Report it
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