It’s the latest recall for car makers Voltswagon, with over 60,000 vehicles being recalled in Australia.

Certain models built from 2009-2015 are being recalled over DSG transmission issues. The issue relates to cars with a dual-clutch transmission and it could lead to the car stopping and being unable to restart. Voltswagon recall

As per the ACCC website:

“Due to a production fault, over time a crack in the transmissions pressure accumulator can occur.”

“If the pressure accumulator cracks, oil and pressure is lost in the hydraulic system of the gearbox. As a result, the transmission of engine power via the gearbox is interrupted. The experience of this symptom would be comparable to depressing the clutch in a vehicle fitted with a manual transmission. This could increase the likelihood of an accident affecting the occupants of the vehicle and other road users.”

Those who own affected vehicles can contact the Volstwagon hotline  – 1800 504 076.

The specific cars affected by the Voltswagon recall are: 

To see if your car is on the list for the Voltswagon recall, locate your VIN number and head to the website to find out more.

You can find your VW VIN number on your vehicle registration paperwork, or on the bottom right of your windscreen of your car (when viewing from the outside).


Has your car been caught up in a recall? SHARE your story with us in the comments below.

  • Very scary how many products are faulty and especially for big ticket items which can cost lives. I had a VW which pre dates this with only one other owner aside from a family member and it would stop without notice. No one could ever advise the issue. Extremely dangerous and parts and service was so expensive. Sad that Australian manufacturing is a thing of the past.


  • Safety first. Good on them owning up to a recall.


  • Yet another recall. An all too familiar story these days I’m afraid


  • So many products on recall for not being safe. It’s scarey! Everything from food products, to kids toys, to clothes, to cars!


  • Our car is not on the list but our airbag had to be redone due to being faulty.


  • Quite a few recalls on cars recently! I can’t understand how it takes years to realise these things though?


  • So many recalls for so many cars.


  • Thanks so much for posting this information!


  • Over 60,000 cars is quite a big deal. Hope all drivers of affected cars are aware.


  • VW have had a rough few years.


  • That’s a lot of cars. Good to have the list. Thanks for the information and continue sharing for those it affects.


  • Thankfully my car is not affected by the recalls but thanks for making us aware


  • Thanks for the information.


  • just sent it to a friend who owns a VW.


  • Not buying a VW


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