2006 jetta tdi




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    Volkswagen Jetta Diesel TDI 4dr Sedan (L 4cyl Turbodiesel 5M) I drove a friends VW Jetta diesel on vacation and fell in love. I own a VW Jetta TDI and my husband owns a Buick LeSabre.

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    2006 jetta tdi

    2006 jetta tdi

    Radius 10 mi 25 mi 50 mi 75 mi mi mi mi. The Jetta is still one of the most popular European sedans in Canada -- and understandably so. Gone, but not forgotten. Sold it because im waiting for the one with bigger horsepower, slow acceleration, but overall the car was mint.. Mine had the correct oil on time, every time.

    2006 jetta tdi

    2006 jetta tdi

    2006 jetta tdi

    2006 jetta tdi

    2006 jetta tdi

    Does the Jetta TDI have a lot of problems. - TDIClub Forums

    User Name Remember Me? April 10th, , Does the Jetta TDI have a lot of problems. My friend has an Jetta TDI, 5sp, leather, sunroof, power everthing, km miles for sale to me for He has had no problems with it. My mechanic, when asked about it, told me to stay away from the 06 tdi because of the BRM engine cam ect. He called it a one-off with problems. I would like to hear your opinion of it. Certified Volkswagen Nut Vendor. There are just too many to list There is a kernel of truth to that, but really so long as you use the correct oil, good oil filters, keep it full and changed by the book, it isn't really an issue.

    Too many happy BRMs coming through my doors to think otherwise. But if they get neglected, then yes, the camshaft can be necessary repair. But even that is not that big of a deal. Still, I think the cars age well. The ALH engine is certainly a little more forgiving. I think you'll find every car to have some common problems. Find More Posts by oilhammer. Original cam and lifters, original turbo and these are not what will be needing repair.

    2006 jetta tdi

    In our climate, camshaft normally does not have problems as long as exclusively 5w40 synthetic oil is used. A history of dealer servicing is no guarantee of this - some of the newer oils that the dealers may use claim Find More Posts by GoFaster.

    Thanks GoFaster and Oilhammer. GoFaster, what are your rpm's at kmh with that. Originally Posted by Tuffy. Last edited by pedroYUL; April 10th, at Mine had the correct oil on time, every time. My cam still wore through a lifter at k miles. My EGR had the common valve issue that makes the loud hissing noise. My car has had a ton of small issues with things like the trunk not closing when it's cold and the door harness failing.

    2006 jetta tdi

    I'm taking a break from replacing my fifth gear which broke last week. But hey, it can just all be fixed I guess. They are fun to drive even though they can really be a pain in the ass. I have two technically one is the wife's and both are 5-speeds.

    Sure DMFs, cams, and EGR coolers are may be in their in their future, but I've established a relationship with a guru and just don't worry about anything now. We'll put a little money in a kitty and drive them until they need fixing The price tag on that potential repair didn't seem economical. The 5-speed is more fun anyway. April 12th, , Thumps up for a MY06 Jetta 1. This original owner now at K miles would buy the car all over again.

    A long legged highway sleeper. Last edited by C2S; April 12th, at Don't get me wrong my 06 has tons of features and is more comfortable. But in terms of reliability I preferred my April 13th, , I would describe it as a one-off, too.

    2006 jetta tdi

    The cam and clutch failures seem to be across the board. But it's not that bad. The issues are known and easily repaired, plus you can use it for negotiation.

    Seems like a good price. April 14th, , Stay Away From It. We were going broke keeping it on the road. We had it serviced at the local VW dealer. All turned back to VW. Now a Hundai Tuscon. Not a single squalk in 10k miles. Which brings us back to the simple fact that the Jetta is a very nice expensive economy car if you can't maintain it yourself. Either you have a fat wallet and don't mind paying a tech for the enjoyment of driving a Jetta, or you do your own maintenance and repairs at a considerable savings.

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