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2007 Volkswagen Eos windows / windshield problems

windows / windshield problem

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2007 Volkswagen Eos Owner Comments

problem #2

Dec 142010

Eos 4-cyl

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Power windows do not operate in sub-freezing temperatures. With no ice or frost on windows they just do not want to move in very cold temperatures, 30 degrees F and below. Notified dealer, their response was to reset the window controller which gets the window working until the next sub freezing temperature event. No attempt was made to determine the cause of the failure. Because the windows need to move to open the door in this car and a trip to the dealer is required to get the windows working again this could be a potential safety concern.

- Arlington , VA, USA

problem #1

Nov 292007


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Attorney writes in regards to lemon law on behalf of a client the vehicle was burning oil and it was determined it was necessary to replace the O rings. After a week at the dealership, the vehicle was returned to the consumer. The very next day, the vehicle would not start and it was towed to the dealer. The vehicle was leaking gas. It appeared the O ring was torn and all four O rings were replaced. There was a water leak inside the vehicle. The dealer ordered a special adhesive/sealant for the convertible top. The master switch that raised or lowered all of the windows did not work on a consistent basis. When the doors were opened, the front windows would go down, but they wouldn't come back up. The regulators were replaced. The left rear window would not go up at all. There was a rattle coming from the center of the dashboard at random while driving. The convertible top would not close, the luggage compartment was not properly aligned. The sunroof drains were clogged and water was backing up into the vehicle which was causing the water leak. The left front seat motor had to be replaced as the seat was not adjusting properly. The convertible top cables were fraying. The transmission was erratic and not accelerating smoothly.

- Boston, MA, USA

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