gear box temp light is on, is it safe to drive car to dealer

Asked by Feb 22, 2013 at 07:25 PM about the 2011 Volkswagen CC Sport

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

4 Answers

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I would let it sit over night and drive it slowly when the tranny is cooler. Another option is to call the repair shop. Maybe a tow truck should be used.

21,085

if its on when cold its lying,

I would because it's not like a melt-down will occur, and just how far is it? a forty-five minute stop and start? the dealer will wave his magic wand charge you 450 dollars and spank you on the butt.

2,595

If it is any defect that may cause damage the transmission will go into Limp mode,sort of a self preservation,but you should get it checked out.You did not state what the mileage is,it may be covered under a power train warranty.

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