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How much does Volkswagen Thing repair and maintenance cost?

The cost depends on your car, the type of service, and where you live. Here are estimates for a selection of Volkswagen Thing services.

Service Estimate Dealer Estimate Your Savings Location
Service type Differential/Gear Oil Replacement for 1974 Volkswagen Thing H4-1.6L Estimate $89 Dealer Estimate $133 Savings 33.20% Location Denver, CO
Service type Oil Change for 1973 Volkswagen Thing H4-1.6L Estimate $102 Dealer Estimate $159 Savings 35.91% Location Denver, CO
Service type Oil Change for 1974 Volkswagen Thing H4-1.6L Estimate $102 Dealer Estimate $159 Savings 35.91% Location Denver, CO
Service type Differential/Gear Oil Replacement for 1973 Volkswagen Thing H4-1.6L Estimate $89 Dealer Estimate $133 Savings 33.20% Location Denver, CO

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My appointment was at 11 am today but Jose arrived much earlier than that and finished the job by 11 am. I was very impressed! He didn't pressure me on the additional services that I need for my car and I appreciate the detailed report given so I can plan my budget to fix the things needed. I'm very glad I chose this service.
Atlanta, GA
November 23
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My experiance with Pete was great. He explained in detail what was wrong with my VW Bettle on the phone before he came out. Then when he got to my condo he again went over the service he was doing. personality and very easy to talk to. We had a situation where I was paying with cash plus credit card not knowing that cash isnt the form of payment they prefere.He took care of it in a timely manner. I would use Pete anytime and so should you . Great guy very knowleable.
Santee, CA
October 22
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Answers to common Volkswagen Thing questions

Q: Turbo
Answered by Robert
Without hearing the sound, I can't really give you any sound advice. I can however give you a diagnostic path to follow. If you can recreate the sound while sitting still, then the first order of business is to locate...
Q: Engine is overheating and heater has stopped working
Answered by James
If the engine was replaced and the AC refrigerant system was drained then the system should be put under a vacuum for a minimum of 30 minutes to ensure all moisture is boiled out and then leak tested to ensure...
Q: I have always used regular 5W-30 Motor oil - should I change to synthetic?
Answered by Ronny
Switching from regular to synthetic oil is not a problem. Your engine will benefit from the better lubrication, temperature resistance, and staying cleaner longer than conventional oils. Switching to synthetic oil (https://www.yourmechanic.com/article/can-you-switch-between-regular-and-synthetic-motor-oil) or even back to conventional oil is not...
Q: Radiator leaking some oil leaks tires and new timing belt
Answered by Tim
Hi there: If you're 2004 Volkswagen has 150,000 miles on it, and it's leaking oil and coolant, it could be caused by normal wear and tear items such as a coolant hose that has worn out and has a small...

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