Top 5 Failures of 2006-2011 VW Passats
Today we are doing a little bit of a modified “How VW Parts Fail” video. We are going to be looking at the top 5 failures on B6 Passats. Now these are not the only failures of the 2006-2011 Passats. There are plenty of other things that fail. So if I didn’t mention something in the video, that does not mean it was not an issue. Please let me know what you guys think of this style of video. A ton of you asked me for something like this. I want to do videos on more models if you guys are into it.
Sponsor Of The Day
Today’s show is sponsored by Deutsche Auto Parts. They are the VW and Audi parts experts. They have great prices and awesome service. Plus they work really hard on a ton of VW DIY videos. Paul and the fellas at DAP are awesome. Also check out their new site at SHOPDAP.com
Join me today as check out 5 of the most common Passat issues
- Camshaft HPHP and Cam follower failures
- How 2.0t BPY Camshafts, HPFP and Cam followers fail ~ Video
- How to check your HPFP and cam follower for damage
- Coil pack failures
- CV boot failures
- How VW CV boots fail ~ Video
- A/C compressor and system failures
- How A/C compressors fail ~ Video
- Steering column lock failure
- and more
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As always, your questions and comments are welcome.
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Thanks Charles, very informative.
excellent theme for the show! please do more, perhaps the B5 and Jettas.
Hello, thank you for your tips and videos. I would like to ask about your opinion on following problem. I own Passat B6 (2006, 180 000 km) diesel 110 kW. Board computer is showing common fuel consumption (at about 6 or 6.5 liters). I measure (full tank to full tank) always a lot more (sometimes 10 liters!). I am driving slowly out of town. It seems not to be appropriate. I recognized mix of black and white smoke. White during idling and black (o lot of) during full throttle.