Blog, Car Repair and Servicing, Case Studies, Volkswagen Case Studies VW Case Study 39: Golf with high mileage servicing maintenance Posted on September 24, 2021September 24, 2021 by admin 24 Sep Mr. Lim sends his Volkswagen Golf with high mileage situation arrived at Revol Carz Garage for our VW experts to fix various wear-and-tear component problems. Mr. Lim arrives our workshop with his Volkswagen Golf for maintenance servicing. A broken Fan belt can cause serious engine damage if left undetected. Our experienced team had it replaced immediately. Our scan-code revealed a small leak in the EVAP line with subtle fuel vapor smell. A bad EVAP line is dismantled for a replacement. The Ball joints and bushings tend to deteriorate on high-mileage situation. Symptoms of bad linkage rods are rattling or knocking noise on hard cornering. The badly worn Linkage rods (bottom) make way for new replacements. The Drive shaft is subjected to wear after running a high mileage. Over time water tends to ingress the seals and rust build-up leads to eventual common failure of the Drive shaft. A new set of Drive shaft is ready for installation. The Volkswagen Owner’s Manual recommends that the fuel filter should be replaced at every 32,000 km (20,000 miles). A complimentary foam car wash spa and interior cleaning celebrates the completion of the maintenance servicing. The VW Golf cruises smoothly thereafter with an exhilarating new lease of life. Ultimate Titanium Paint Protection Coating with this groovy Toyota Camry An Astonishing BMW X3 Now Protected With Ceramic Paint Protection Coating!