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Should Volkswagen replace my Golf's sensor?

My 2007 Volkswagen Golf has its ESP light display on. My Volkswagen dealer told me that it was the pressure sensor on the ABS would need replacing and could not be fixed. He told me it would cost €1,500, which I think is outrageous! After some research I saw in the UK that Volkswagen is replacing these free or labour only as there is a known fault.

Any advice/help would be appreciated.

Filed under fault - Asked by Patrick Martin (Dublin) - Wed, 08 Jan 2014 13:42

Neil Briscoe Answered by: - -


Hi Patrick,

We haven’t been able to find any evidence of a Volkswagen-instigated sensor replacement programme, but it seems that there are two possible issues here. First, some of the problems may just be brake and tyre dust covering the sensor and a proper clean might do the trick. Secondly, it could be that the wheel-hub is failing, and that is what is triggering the sensor issue so we’d advise getting the automobile inspected properly to see if that’s the case.

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