1.4 Tsi Golf 7 - Extremely high oil consumption

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Re: 1.4 Tsi Golf 7 - Extremely high oil consumption

Post by panic-mechanic » Wed Jun 13, 2018 11:58 am

sbu.mah wrote:
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I guess its time to get rid of mine. Im on 167k and no issues with all consumption, only annoying thing is the tapping noise when the clutch is not pressed - being like that since 2013

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Once they seem to get past the 100 - 125 k range there seems to be very little failures so you may be selling it for no reason.
most failures 'seem' to occur in the 60-120k km range. Again I'm sure there are exceptions but that is my feeling around it.

As for some of the other quaetions. 2l TDI seems fairly reliable yes. 3l tdi is very reliable

Arnotur - JUST the parts to open and close that motor(gaskets, bearings, timing components) is in the region of R12k. Pistons from Wossner is around R9k. Add labour and engineering and R45k is right there. Pistons from VW themselves are in the region of R4-6k EACH.
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Re: 1.4 Tsi Golf 7 - Extremely high oil consumption

Post by 1 Eyed Monkey » Thu Jun 14, 2018 4:26 pm

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Post by aomar296 » Fri Jul 20, 2018 6:02 pm

Any updates FvE?

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Re: 1.4 Tsi Golf 7 - Extremely high oil consumption

Post by Carel040 » Wed Aug 15, 2018 9:38 am

billionairebum wrote:This is why I bought another 1.9 tdi.
Hey dude same here sold my 1.4 tsi as well bought another 1.9 best deal ever, ps i will never drive a petrol car again

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Re: 1.4 Tsi Golf 7 - Extremely high oil consumption

Post by musoquarecords » Thu Aug 16, 2018 10:40 am

Well my 2013 golf 7 1.4 tsi just gave into the oil problems. After market warranty has no problems covering they just need a qoute. Most of these RMI approved places want to strip it first before giving a qoute now am sitting with a dilemma.

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Post by Howie-WP » Thu Aug 16, 2018 1:55 pm

musoquarecords wrote:
Thu Aug 16, 2018 10:40 am
After market warranty has no problems covering they just need a qoute.
For the full repair?
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Re: 1.4 Tsi Golf 7 - Extremely high oil consumption

Post by ICE King » Thu Aug 16, 2018 2:27 pm

Howie-WP wrote:
Thu Aug 16, 2018 1:55 pm
musoquarecords wrote:
Thu Aug 16, 2018 10:40 am
After market warranty has no problems covering they just need a qoute.
For the full repair?
Reading OP's post correctly , So far he doesn't have a problem when he logged the claim , but the car must still be stripped which will cost him , then workshop/dealer can quote, Once quote is sent he'll know if he has a problem or not.
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Re: 1.4 Tsi Golf 7 - Extremely high oil consumption

Post by sbu.mah » Thu Aug 16, 2018 2:46 pm

musoquarecords wrote:Well my 2013 golf 7 1.4 tsi just gave into the oil problems. After market warranty has no problems covering they just need a qoute. Most of these RMI approved places want to strip it first before giving a qoute now am sitting with a dilemma.

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Re: 1.4 Tsi Golf 7 - Extremely high oil consumption

Post by musoquarecords » Thu Aug 16, 2018 2:51 pm

sbu.mah wrote:
musoquarecords wrote:Well my 2013 golf 7 1.4 tsi just gave into the oil problems. After market warranty has no problems covering they just need a qoute. Most of these RMI approved places want to strip it first before giving a qoute now am sitting with a dilemma.

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Be very careful with aftermarket covers, make sure you get the quote and they approve first.

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Yes indeed bro hence am in a tough position because they want a qoute first before work can start and mechanics need to open(work has started evidently) before they can make a proper qoute see my struggle now. I can pretty much go to VW or any VW agent/mechanic but 3rd party needs a qoute

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Post by sbu.mah » Thu Aug 16, 2018 2:56 pm

Whats the mileage on the car, cause mine is also 2013 and on 173000 now and still no issues.

But ive noticed that most folks seem to be having this issue
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sbu.mah wrote:
musoquarecords wrote:Well my 2013 golf 7 1.4 tsi just gave into the oil problems. After market warranty has no problems covering they just need a qoute. Most of these RMI approved places want to strip it first before giving a qoute now am sitting with a dilemma.

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Be very careful with aftermarket covers, make sure you get the quote and they approve first.

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Yes indeed bro hence am in a tough position because they want a qoute first before work can start and mechanics need to open(work has started evidently) before they can make a proper qoute see my struggle now. I can pretty much go to VW or any VW agent/mechanic but 3rd party needs a qoute

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Post by musoquarecords » Thu Aug 16, 2018 2:58 pm

sbu.mah wrote:Whats the mileage on the car, cause mine is also 2013 and on 173000 now and still no issues.

But ive noticed that most folks seem to be having this issue
musoquarecords wrote:
sbu.mah wrote:
musoquarecords wrote:Well my 2013 golf 7 1.4 tsi just gave into the oil problems. After market warranty has no problems covering they just need a qoute. Most of these RMI approved places want to strip it first before giving a qoute now am sitting with a dilemma.

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Be very careful with aftermarket covers, make sure you get the quote and they approve first.

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Yes indeed bro hence am in a tough position because they want a qoute first before work can start and mechanics need to open(work has started evidently) before they can make a proper qoute see my struggle now. I can pretty much go to VW or any VW agent/mechanic but 3rd party needs a qoute

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157k and first time it's happening now I don't know why and am pissed off abit but i know the bank warranty with absa will cover all work done I have up to R60k for engine work surely what ever work they will do will fall in that region.

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Re: 1.4 Tsi Golf 7 - Extremely high oil consumption

Post by sbu.mah » Thu Aug 16, 2018 3:20 pm

Glad you covered, hope they fix the problem. Golf 7 is a great car pity they tend to have annoying issues, especially the 2013 model
musoquarecords wrote:
sbu.mah wrote:Whats the mileage on the car, cause mine is also 2013 and on 173000 now and still no issues.

But ive noticed that most folks seem to be having this issue
musoquarecords wrote:
sbu.mah wrote:Be very careful with aftermarket covers, make sure you get the quote and they approve first.

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Yes indeed bro hence am in a tough position because they want a qoute first before work can start and mechanics need to open(work has started evidently) before they can make a proper qoute see my struggle now. I can pretty much go to VW or any VW agent/mechanic but 3rd party needs a qoute

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157k and first time it's happening now I don't know why and am pissed off abit but i know the bank warranty with absa will cover all work done I have up to R60k for engine work surely what ever work they will do will fall in that region.

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Re: 1.4 Tsi Golf 7 - Extremely high oil consumption

Post by aomar296 » Thu Aug 16, 2018 3:35 pm

Sorry to hear about your issue. I know the feeling it sucks. I was in the exact same situation few months ago

Update on mine.

Car was at the dealer for 2months

Engine and Cylinder head had to be overhauled including pistons and valve guides,

Cost covered by SA warranties on the MasterCar policy which covered R43k of the cost. I had to pay in about R3k


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Re: 1.4 Tsi Golf 7 - Extremely high oil consumption

Post by Howie-WP » Thu Aug 16, 2018 3:40 pm

musoquarecords wrote:
Thu Aug 16, 2018 2:58 pm
157k and first time it's happening now I don't know why and am pissed off abit but i know the bank warranty with absa will cover all work done I have up to R60k for engine work surely what ever work they will do will fall in that region.

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That was the bit I was after. Goodluck with the repairs ...........
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Post by musoquarecords » Fri Aug 17, 2018 9:28 pm

aomar296 wrote:Sorry to hear about your issue. I know the feeling it sucks. I was in the exact same situation few months ago

Update on mine.

Car was at the dealer for 2months

Engine and Cylinder head had to be overhauled including pistons and valve guides,

Cost covered by SA warranties on the MasterCar policy which covered R43k of the cost. I had to pay in about R3k


Hope this helps

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Eish am very worried about car being with a dealer for 2 months. Was it due to short staffed or just labor takes that long to do? More reason why I don't want VW agent to do the work rather 3rd party agents that are as good.

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Re: 1.4 Tsi Golf 7 - Extremely high oil consumption

Post by aomar296 » Sun Aug 19, 2018 7:02 pm

Whole process with warranty, engineers and parts hence took so long

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