My vehicle has Clock Spring Warranty Extension coverage. Will Volkswagen reimburse me for clock spring repairs performed on my vehicle?
If you have previously paid for replacement of a faulty steering wheel clock spring as described in the letter you received, you may submit a request for reimbursement.
For all requests, please include the following:
- Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) of the repaired vehicle
- Name and Address of the person who paid for the repair (receiving reimbursement)
- Legible repair orders and/or itemization of repair that was completed (keep originals- documents will not be returned)
- Legible copies of proof of payment (receipts, invoices, cancelled checks, bank/credit statement)
- The name, address and phone number of the repair facility that performed the work
To submit Online: Email us by Clicking here Reimbursement.Request@vw.com
To Submit by Mail:
Volkswagen of America, Inc.
Attn: Campaign Reimbursement
3800 Hamlin Rd, Auburn Hills, MI 48326
• Your claim will be acted upon within 60 days of receipt. If your claim is approved, you will receive a check from Volkswagen. Reimbursement may be limited to the amount the repair would cost if it had been completed by a Volkswagen dealer or authorized repair facility
• If your claim is incomplete, we will contact you and request any additional required information to support your claim
• If your claim is denied, we will contact you with the reason(s) for denial
To locate limited warranty information for your vehicle, please refer to your Warranty and Maintenance booklet found in your Owner’s Manual.
If you do not have an Owner’s Manual for your vehicle, you can order one at www.literature.vw.com or by calling our toll-free number at 1-800-544-8021.
What you will also find on the website:
– Owner's Manuals Inserts and Supplements
– Warranty and Maintenance Manuals
– Sound System and Navigation Manuals
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You bet. Volkswagen limited warranties are automatically transferred without cost if the ownership of the vehicle changes while the limited warranties are valid.
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Your tires were carefully selected to match your Volkswagen, so only a tire size that is shown on the “Tire and Loading Information” label on the door of your vehicle (or listed in your Owner’s Manual) is recommended for use.
We recommend changing the oil and filter in Volkswagen vehicles every 12 months or 10,000 miles, whichever occurs first. The exception is the Routan, which is recommended every 6,000 miles. Always reference your Owner’s Manual for service intervals and schedule maintenance information.
My Volkswagen is still under warranty and in need of repairs. The closest dealer is well over 300 miles away. What should I do?
Nobody knows your Volkswagen better than we do. That's why all limited warranty-related repairs must be completed at your local Volkswagen dealership. If you are a resident of Hawaii or Alaska, please contact Volkswagen Customer CARE Center at 1-800-822-8987, 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. EST.
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