Bob K. was at the end of his rope over a persistent battery drain in his 2006 Volkswagen Jetta TDI. After taking his car first to the Volkswagen dealer, then to a local shop, he received expensive estimates for what was diagnosed as “major electrical” problems.
Luckily for Bob, his neighbor was a long time satisfied German Car Depot customer, who assured him that GCD wouldn’t try to gouge him.
Bob was relieved when German Car Depot’s technicians, experts in the repair of Volkswagen vehicles, found the simple problem: the trunk light was staying on, causing the continual drain on the battery. Why? The micro switch inside the latch was bad.
For less than $100, Bob’s Jetta was running smoothly and Bob learned what countless customers already knew: only a technician with experience in Volkswagen vehicle problems of this nature would even know where to look to avoid costly misdiagnosis and unneeded repairs.