Yep. I wonder how much the replacement cost would be if you weren't under warranty.
How the heck does it take 2.5 days to fix a bad O2 sensor? Waiting for parts?I had a bad rear O2 sensor after 130 miles on my 2010. It took the dealer 2.5 days to fix .
I just purchased a 2010 Jetta TDI and after two days (200) miles, the check engine light came on. The dealer had to contact VW and they sent a new Oxygen sensor (rear) and installed it after keeping the car two days. Yesterday the light came back on (3 days later and at 450 miles) and the dealer has the car today and said there is a leak somewhere that is causing the light to come on. They say they will know more tomorrow. Anyone else had problems this quick with the new TDI Jetta's? Did I get a lemon or do you think this should be fixed without it being an on going problem?