I'd be curious to know who supplies them with it because often I've noticed that the "special" fluids and treatments car makers use aren't so special to them after all.Update on the noise, the CV boots have been sprayed with VW special anti-friction agent G 052 172 M2 and low and behold the noise has gone, I'm not convinced it's a permanent cure, we shall see.
Thanks for the advice and I could possibly go down that route for a back up but for now the spray seems to have worked, it's just the rubber drive shaft boots that caused the noise so we know what the cause is and the dealer said if the noise comes back they'll replace them which to my mind they should have done in the first place.I would get an independent report from an (good) MOT station as noises in this area can be critical. Pay a few pounds and get a written report that will stand up in court ! Tell them what is you specific concern and they will go along with the official MOT inspection.
If only there was a genuine family owned VW business near me I would certainly go there but unfortunately all the dealers within a reasonable distance are corporate.I stay away from corporate dealers The dealer I go to is family owned and treats their customers like they want to be treated. They are one of the reasons I switched to VW, best service from a dealer I have ever had, they genuinely want to earn your business.
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