Monday – Friday: 7:30am – 5:30pm

5440 Arapahoe Ave, Unit A, Boulder, CO 80303

Monday – Friday: 7:30am – 5:30pm

5440 Arapahoe Ave, Unit A, Boulder, CO 80303

Volkswagen Repair in Boulder, CO

Call (303) 449-8949 for the Best in Volkswagen Repair!

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Why trust us with your Volkswagen repairs?

At Independent Motors, you’ll find Volkswagen repair beyond compare for old, used and new VWs. A Volkswagen is designed for safety, reliability and efficiency. We take pride in our auto repair facility when servicing Volkswagen models made from1996 to new vehicles, including:

  • Atlas Cross Sport
  • Atlas
  • Arteon
  • ID.4
  • Beetle
  • Cabriolet
  • CC
  • EOS
  • Golf
  • GTI
  • Jetta
  • Passat
  • Rabbit
  • Routan
  • Tiguan
  • Touareg
  • Taos

To better serve the needs of our Boulder area customers, we’ve developed expert skills at maintaining the safety, mechanics, performance and durability of the entire line of Volkswagen Cars and SUVs. Learn more.

  • Our mechanics have over 32 years of combined Volkswagen service experience.
  • We’ve been repairing Volkswagen vehicles, cars and SUVs since 2013.
  • Our staff includes three ASE certified VW mechanics.
  • We offer state-of-the-art diagnostic software tools to ensure optimal results.
  • We commit to quality repairs by putting our words & actions into gear.

Top 10 Volkswagen Repair Issues

Each Volkswagen has its own personality, strengths and weaknesses. And while VW comes pretty close to perfect, we’ve become experts in making some of the most common and easily identifiable VW repairs. Read on.

  1. Engine oil sludge – a common issue is when oil sludge builds up, which usually happens between 70,000 and 90,000 miles. Regular oil changes help to prevent this from happening.
  2. Power window fails to go up or down – this is usually the result of a failed window regulator which will need to be replaced.
  3. Head lights – head lights may malfunction as a result of premature head light bulb burnout and or bulb harness failure.
  4. Shifting problems with automatic transmissions – high mileage automatic transmissions occasionally need to be replaced.
  5. Decreased power and fuel economy – direct injection engines are subject to carbon buildup in the intake system which may result in loss of power, a check engine light, and a rough idle. Cleaning of the intake manifold and ports on the cylinder head and intake valves may fix the issue.
  6. Engine misfire – an ignition coil or spark plug may unexpectedly fail to work, resulting in an engine misfire.
  7. Coolant leaks – the water pump can develop a coolant leak.
  8. Oil leaks – oil leaking from the valve cover gasket is not uncommon.
  9. Check engine light on and drivability issues – mass air flow sensor can fail, resulting in the OBD (on board diagnoses) to throw a code.
  10. No start or stalling – this may be caused form a fuel pump failure.

Volkswagen Repair Costs: VW repairs can be costly to fix. We help you cut costs by prioritizing repairs that need immediate attention versus ones that can wait, by sourcing the best parts for the money and by providing the best mechanics to work on your car. That’s what makes our pricing so competitive.

Volkswagen Parts: We generally use original equipment manufacturer (OEM) parts ONLY if they are cost-efficient. Otherwise, we’ll source an equally durable aftermarket part.

FAQs about your Volkswagen:

When it comes to maintenance, you want to be sure your Volkswagen enters a reputable, knowledgeable and reliable auto repair facility. Independent Motors is backed by years of experience and specialized expertise to answer the most frequently asked questions about your Volkswagen:

A: We recommend an oil change every 5K. A small price to pay to protect your Volkswagen’s engine.

A: The radio’s theft deterrence is activated when power is lost. A code will have to be entered to restore function. This code is provided with the owner’s manual when the vehicle is purchased.

A: On German cars the brake rotors and pads wear together and are designed to be replaced at the same time for maximum braking performance.

A: The brakes can be noisy after sitting over night from condensation. The noise should stop once the car has been driven for a short distance. If the noise persists there may be an issue with the brakes that should be checked out asap.

A: VW’s can potentially have one or many different trouble codes stored when the CEL comes on. That’s why we offer an initial free repair assessment by checking the stored codes and for any obvious under hood problems. If further diagnoses are required we have experienced mechanics and the best diagnostic equipment to ensure we address the problem the first time around.

Need a Volkswagen mechanic to give it the care & service it needs? There’s only one number to call in Boulder, CO.!

Call Independent Motors today: 303-449-8949

VW repair for Boulder County, Longmont, Louisville, Lafayette, Erie, Niwot and Nederland, Colorado.