Volkswagen Engine – Transmission Problems
Have you experienced problems with your 2015-2020 Volkswagen vehicle?
Have you experienced Loss of Power, Engine Stalling, Delayed Engagement, Hard Shifts or Transmission Vibration when driving?
These are common problems and you may be entitled to a vehicle refund or money damages.
We can help if have any of the following common problems.
- Engine Problems
- Transmission malfunctions
- Acceleration concerns
- Lack of power
- Engine Stalling
- Delayed Engagement
- Hard Shifts
- Transmission Vibration
- Check engine light
We can help if have any of the following vehicles.
- Volkswagen Arteon — 2019
- Volkswagen Atlas — 2018-2019
- Volkswagen Beetle — 2011-2019
- Volkswagen CC — 2011-2019
- Volkswagen Golf — 2011-2019
- Volkswagen Jetta — 2011-2019
- Volkswagen Passat — 2011-2019
- Volkswagen Tiguan — 2011-2019
— A VW engine class action lawsuit alleges 2.0L TSI engines contain defects that cause 2018 and 2019 Volkswagen GTI, Golf, Jetta, Passat and Tiguan vehicles to stall.
According to the Volkswagen TSI engine lawsuit, defects result in the inability of the actuator solenoids to adjust the timing of the camshafts necessary to the combustion cycles.
This allegedly causes a vehicle to stall because the combustion cycle cannot be completed.
Filed by two Volkswagen customers, the class action alleges Volkswagen knows how the TSI engines suddenly stall but allegedly conceals the defects from customers. In addition, the plaintiffs claim the 2.0-liter engines cause owners to spend their own money to pay for VW’s failures.
One of the plaintiffs says she purchased a new 2019 Volkswagen Jetta equipped with a manual transmission, but the vehicle has allegedly stalled at least 25 times as she slowed down. She says each time she had to turn off the lights and radio, turn on the hazard lights and wait up to ten minutes before restarting the Jetta.
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