The 3. Volkswagen will begin the 3. A final approval hearing has been scheduled for May 11, The first available appointments for the emissions modification will start on January 12th. This will be a two-phase modification, the first being software and the second being hardware. You will receive two thirds of the restitution payment after the 1st phase and the remaining one third after the second is completed.
The second modification is expected to start in early and no later than June 30, Along with the modifications your vehicle will also be granted an extension of its Emissions Warranty to the greater of 11 years or , miles from the original in service date or 5 years or 60, miles from the completion of the Phase 2 modification. Please do not call the dealership to schedule a service appointment for the emissions modification.
It must be completed through the settlement portal via our xtime online scheduling client. Volkswagen continues to make strides in getting through the backlog of buyback applications. We have heard from many of you that this has been a prolonged and tenuous process. We continue to submit your feedback to VW as per court order the dealers are solely a destination for this transaction to take place.
Below are the most common causes of delays in receiving your formal offer from VW. With the holidays behind us VW is operating at greater capacity and we currently have buyback appointments scheduled over the next 30 days. Feedback from customers is saying that buybacks are currently being scheduled out into March.
Thank you again for your patience in this matter. As of December 20th VW and the government reached an agreement regarding the 83, affected 3. The proposed Consent Decree would recall 63, affected Gen 1 vehicles to bring them into compliance with the emissions standards to which they were certified. VW would follow suit by offering a buyback or if approved an emissions modification for the Gen 1 vehicles. The proposed Consent Decree will only become effective after it receives Court approval, which at the earliest will occur during the spring of The court has set a deadline of Jan.
The remaining details remain confidential and part of the gag order surrounding the settlement.
Based on what we have learned with the 2. It is unclear what compensation will be offered to Gen 2 owners at this time. Thank you for your patience in this matter. We know that it has been a longtime since any news regarding this was released. We will continue to update you as we know more. We have made a significant improvement to the number of formal offers and appointments available! Please log back into the settlement portal for quicker appointments if necessary.
Yesterday, major improvements were made in increasing the number of available appointments for the buyback. If you have an appointment later than December 15th and would like to look at moving it up I suggest you try doing so through the portal. Please know the earliest appointment you can possibly receive is 14 days from date of schedule. I also want to make you aware that VW is working diligently on the backlog of documents from customers and are actively pushing out formal offers by the thousands each day.
We apologize for the wait and appreciate your patience in this matter. Please know the last steps in getting an appointment scheduled for a buyback is signing, notarizing, and mailing back the settlement agreement sent to your from VW. Emich VW will be offering notarizing services if needed. VW has increased call center staffing and boosted the capacity of their servers to help cope with the extremely high demand.
Today, Judge Charles R. Breyer signed the order granting final approval for the 2. This is another important milestone on our journey to make things right in the United States. Now that we have approval we can begin administering the 2. We have dedicated substantial resources in preparation for today, to ensure an efficient process both for our owners and for you, our dealer partners.
You are a crucial part of this process and I am confident that with your help we will be able to provide a personalized and seamless experience for our customers. We have hired approximately contract employees to work in customer support, claims processing, technical support and parts and vehicle logistics.
As you know, eligible customers will now be able to schedule appointments at your dealerships with a dedicated settlement specialist, whose sole responsibility will be to complete vehicle buyback and lease termination transactions. We expect the first appointments to be scheduled in the coming weeks. As you may know, today was the final approval hearing for the 2.
Judge Breyer made favorable comments about the settlement and indicated that he would make a final ruling no later than October 25th. We will update you as soon as we have news. Please read below for the latest information on the Volkswagen TDI recall and buyback. More information — go to: vwcourtsettlement. The tables below show the range of possible payment amounts to lessees under the Class Action Settlement. The amount you will be offered will be the same whether you choose a Lease Termination or an Approved Emissions Modification or no longer have an active lease. These tables assume that you had a leased car with VW Credit, Inc.
If you purchased your leased car on or before June 28, , then you are considered an owner and should use the tables on the previous two pages to find your payment range.
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Beginning July 26, , you can see the exact Lessee Restitution payment amount for your car by visiting www. Go to www. For Eligible Lessees, Vehicle Value is based on pre-September 18, market value adjusted for options but not mileage. Yesterday the Court granted preliminary approval to the settlement agreement Volkswagen reached last month with private plaintiffs to resolve civil claims regarding 2. While this agreement is still subject to final approval, yesterday marks another significant step forward on our path to making things right. Affected customers will now receive notification of their rights and options under the agreement and we will begin the 2.
We believe that the proposed settlement program will provide a fair and reasonable resolution for our affected customers and that it will also serve as an important building block as we seek to rebuild trust. As we explained in the Dealer Meetings over the last few weeks, we are devoting substantial resources to the logistics of the settlement program. Its implementation is a significant undertaking and we want to make sure that the experience is as seamless as possible for customers and for you.
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We encourage you to direct your customers there to learn more. Additionally, the phone number below are both now live to provide assistance. Federal Trade Commission; and a class comprised of owners and lessees of 2. All three options include cash payments to owners and lessees. Volkswagen has also agreed to pay for environmental remediation and invest in zero emission vehicle technology. The parties filed the proposed Settlement documents with the Court on June 28, and the Court has now approved the Settlement documents.
Dealers should encourage affected customers to participate in the Settlements. Dealers cannot offer customers any compensation or benefits that interfere with, or dissuade, customer participation in the Settlements. Eligible Vehicles The following 2. Informational Website and Toll-Free Number Customers requesting information should be directed to the settlement website for more details: www. Here, customers will be able to determine program eligibility, review specific settlement options, consult a list of Frequently asked Questions, and obtain a link to important settlement documents filed with the Court.
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Jon Paul I spent years writing about cars and motorsports for some magazines you might've heard of emphasis on "might've" despite having only the most basic understanding of what a carburetor does. It was that experience writing about cars that drew Crutchfield's attention. I began as a freelance contributor, using their vehicle research to write articles explaining how to install audio gear in specific vehicles.
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Now I continue to write those vehicle profiles, other web features, product descriptions, and Crutchfield catalog articles. Let's just say I know some pretty cool stuff that'll help you install your car or marine audio system. Hopefully you'll have some fun along the way. I was completely and amazingly wrong. The house sounds awesome these days and the latest car is next. And yes, we'll probably write an article about that, so stay tuned! Use our vehicle selector to find the gear that will fit your car. Reasonably sized, reasonably priced family sedans are the bread and butter of the car business.
Pickups aside, nothing succeeds like a good sedan at a decent price. Smart, practical, and yawn What were we talking about? Right, sedans. Which can be really, serously boring. To be perfectly honest about it, the average family sedan sold in the United States is about as exciting as a new phone book. Thankfully, there are companies like Volkswagen that insist on baking a little sports car goodness into every sedan they make.
While it's not going to be confused with a GTI any time soon, the sixth-generation VW Jetta is proof that a family sedan can handle a curve as well as it handles a carpool. With a comfortable interior and smooth, refined road manners, the VW Jetta is a wonderful way to add some European flair to your everyday drive. If you like a little music while you're carving up a country road, add a new stereo and speakers to your Jetta. The Jetta's stock radio isn't bad, but you can do a lot better Crutchfield Research Photo. The Jetta's factory stereo systems aren't bad at all, as these things go.
From the standard 4-speaker system to the optional 6-speaker system to the top-shelf 9-speaker Fender yes, like the guitar system, VW gave non-audiophile customers a nice set of options. There was also an 8-speaker "Premium 8" system no subwoofer in some early cars.
Depending on how your car is equipped, you'll lose factory features like the AUX input, satellite radio, and navigation when you replace the factory radio. Any or all can be replaced and enhanced when you install the right aftermarket stereo. A variety of single-DIN 2" tall and double-DIN 4" tall receivers will fit in the dash, with the help of a mounting kit that's included at a very nice discount with your Crutchfield stereo purchase.
We'll also include a discounted wiring harness and a free copy of our illustrated, detailed Crutchfield MasterSheet disassembly instructions for your Jetta. Removing and replacing the Jetta's factory radio is a reasonably simple project for the average do-it-yourselfer. Start at the lower edge of the receiver trim panel and gently pull it out to release nine retaining clips.
Under no circumstances do you want to disconnect the airbag harness, so spread a clean shop rag on the center console and place the panel there while you work on everything else. Remove the four Torx T screws securing the receiver to the dash, then disconnect the harnesses and remove the receiver. To install the new receiver, secure it to the mounting bracket following the included instructions, then make the necessary wiring connections following instructions supplied with the wiring adapter.
Hold the receiver assembly near the dash; then connect the receiver wiring adapter to the vehicle harness and plug the antenna lead into the rear of the receiver. Slide the entire assembly into the dash and secure it with the screws you removed before. Test it out, and if everything's sounding good, put the dash back together by reversing the disassembly instructions. It's relatively easy to retain your Jetta's steering wheel audio controls when you install a new stereo.
When you enter your vehicle information , our database will choose the adapter you need to make your factory steering wheel controls work with your new receiver. Shop for car stereos that fit your Volkswagen Jetta. Whether your car is equipped with a 4-, 6-, 8-, or 9-speaker factory system, the Jetta has speakers located in the front and rear doors. The 6-speaker system adds front pillar tweeters, while the 8-speaker system sports front pillar and rear door tweeters. The Fender system adds a subwoofer mounted under the rear deck.
The premium systems include a set of 2-ohm tweeters located in the car's A-pillars. The pillar trim panel must be removed to access the tweeters, which is easy enough, but once you get to them, things get a bit more challenging. The 1. A damaged grille is not a good look, so be very, very careful when you're doing this. Neither a wiring harness nor a mounting bracket can be found for this installation, so you'll want to use a set of Posi-Products connectors to hook up the wires, and a pair of universal backstraps to mount your aftermarket tweeters.
By the way, there's a reasonably good chance that the new tweeters or any speakers, for that matter don't come with mounting screws, so you may need to visit the hardware store before you get started. Speaker mounting brackets and wireing harnesses are required, and they're included at a great discount when you buy your speakers at Crutchfield. Removing and replacing the front speakers isn't hard, but there are multiple steps involved, and there's also some drilling to be done.
The best way to manage the multiple steps is to work carefully and store all the various screws you're removing in a safe place. You'll need them later. When it comes to drilling, work carefully, know what's around the area you're drilling into, and always wear eye protection. The process for the rear door woofers is essentially the same as the one undertaken up front. If you handled that, you can handle this.
Here's an astonishingly quick review: remove the door panels, remove the screws, work carefully, stay organized, and be careful drilling out rivets while wearing eye protection. On the other hand, if your Jetta has tweeters in the rear doors, replacing them is a bit of a challenge.
Like the A-pillar tweeters, they're heat-fused to the grilles, so use a rotary tool to carefully separate the two. Work carefully to avoid damaging the grilles. Each tweeter has a 1. Wiring harnesses and mounting brackets are not available, so you'll want to use a set of Posi-Products connectors to hook up the wires, and a pair of universal backstraps to mount your aftermarket tweeters. You might also need mounting screws. Complete, illustrated disassembly instructions can be found in your Crutchfield MasterSheet, of course.
Shop for speakers that fit your Volkswagen Jetta. The Fender system includes a down-firing 8" subwoofer, which is mounted in the Jetta's rear deck. If you're serious about your stereo's bottom end performance, you'll want to upgrade. A direct replacement isn't possible at this time, simply because there aren't any aftermarket subs shallow enough to fit in the space available. You can remove it using a Torx T driver, or you can keep it around.
Either way, you'll need to add an aftermarket subwoofer in an enclosure. It's not a huge trunk, but that's enough room to stuff in some decent-size subs. On the other end of the scale, you can pop in a compact powered sub and get the bass enhancement you want without losing the trunk space you need.
If you're looking for something that's more practical, but still packs plenty of punch, there's a JL Audio Stealthbox enclosed subwoofer that's designed specifically for the Gen 6 Jetta. The Stealthbox, which installs neatly in the driver's side corner of the trunk, contains a 4-ohm, watt 10" W1v2 subwoofer, so it'll pump out plenty of sound.
Shop for vehicle-specific subwoofers for your Volkswagen Jetta. With a car like the Jetta, there are lots of ways to upgrade your in-car experience. Here are some of the ways Crutchfield can help:. If your Jetta has a Fender system, there's a factory amplifier located under the driver's seat. It's a nice touch, but an aftermarket amplifier or two will give you the power you need to really make your system sing. The Jetta is a relatively quiet car for its size, but a Dynamat Xtreme Door Kit will really maximize the impact of your new system.
This heavy-duty insulating material is easy to install, and it really makes a difference. One kit should be more than enough for a Jetta sedan. If you install an aftermarket subwoofer, you might want to line the trunk lid as well. Installing a security system in your Jetta isn't easy security systems rarely are , but it's less complicated than it could be. Our Crutchfield Advisors can help figure out what you need to get the job done, but we usually recommend taking your car and new gear to a professional security system installer.
Shop for car security systems for your Volkswagen Jetta. Visit our Outfit My Car page and enter your vehicle information to see stereos, speakers, subs, and other audio accessories that will work in your vehicle. I am noticing that at high bass levels in my SEL GLI that I hear a high pitched noise when the bass hits, other than that everything else sounds great what can I do to remedy that? Jeff, That's a bummer. We haven't heard much about it here, honestly, so it's hard to recommend a fix. In terms of "fixing" OEM sound, our usual recommendation is to upgrade with aftermarket gear.
If you're leaning in that direction, give us a call and talk to one of our expert advisors. I have a Jetta, and I swear the audio is only coming from one channel of the stereo. It's mostly noticeable on music with very distinct stereo separation. I demonstrated it to the VW dealer, and their response was: "yeah, we hear it, but we don't have a service bulletin about that. I read something in an online forum somewhere about this same issue, and they said that some of the early Jettas with bluetooth were installed with the wrong wiring harness, and so have this problem.
Have you heard about this, and is this fixable? If your Jetta has the standard system, the job is easier. If you're replacing a Fender system, that looks like it might be a bit more complicated. Give us a call and talk to one of our advisors. We can help you choose the right gear and give you the right advice on how to install it. Can replacing the four door-mounted factory speakers in a '18 Jetta SE improve the quality of sound, as opposed to replacing the entire radio unit, which includes Satellite, backup camera monitor, etc.? Sina, I've sent your question to our sales team, and they'll be contacting you via email soon.
For immediate help, you can contact them via phone or chat. Justin, Yes, that'll do it every time, unfortunately. You'll need to visit your local VW dealer for a reset. Shop around and see what's out there. Would disconnecting the airbag harness set the airbag light off on the instrument panel? If so, how can I fix this? Aaron, In the 6-speaker system, the woofers and tweeters are wired together and there are capacitors in the pillars.
FYI: The 9-speaker system has a crossover built into the factory amp. According to our experts, you can use a component set with an in-line crossover on the tweeter -- and sometimes the woofer as well. That way, you can re-use the factory wiring without having to worry about an external crossover. If you're going to add an amp, you can run new wiring if you like, but it's not essential. If you choose a Class AB amp with more than ish watts or a Class D with more than 75 watts, you should be just fine with the factory wire.
If you have any questions, give us a call and talk to our advisors. We'll help you find exactly what you need. Chicken, With questions like that, it's always better to have a conversation with a real live human. Where is the front factory crossover located in a Jetta with the 6 speaker system? I want to put new components in and they will come with crossovers, but I've had the door panels off and I've never seen the crossover.
What is the max depth of the door speakers on a VW Jetta? Shane, With questions like that, it's always better to have a conversation with a real live human. If you bought your gear from Crutchfield, you can call Tech Support for free help troubleshooting your system. Check out our tech support page for details. The LC2I has the fender sub harness wires plugged into it. Now, am I able to remove the stock amp under the driver seat and install one just for the door speakers and tweeters since I am no longer using the amp for a sub. I would only need a 4 channel amp now instead of a 5 right?
Hi there. While removing the old ones and their clips I encountered 4 wires instead of just 2 coming out and my new speakers have just two connection ports positive and negative David, Thanks!
With questions like that one, it's probably better to have a conversation with a real live human. Give us a call and let one of our expert advisors help you choose the right amp and set it up properly. I have the premium 8 system in my car and I plan to add an amplifier. Since the tweeter and woofers run through a cross-over, what impedance will I observe at each channel?
Mike, When you buy your gear from Crutchfield, you get free Tech Support for the life of the gear. Iam assuming it dido t power the amplifier? Do you have anything that could help me figuring out a way to power the amp? Pablo, When you enter your vehicle's info into our Outfit My Car tool, you'll see all the speakers that fit your car. If you have any questions, our advisors are available via phone or chat.
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I have vw jetta it comes with 4 speakers, what size of speakers do I need for all four and how many watts should I buy since I don't know how many watts is the factory stereo? I have a Jetta hybrid sel premium with fender system. My greatest desire to is to keep the factory fender audio working and maintain my backup camera for now.
What adapter would you suggest from Crutchfield? Mike, You'll definitely get more bass from an aftermarket sub, but how much more is in the eyes okay, ears of the beholder. To an extent, it depends on what kind of music you like. If you listen to a lot of bass-heavy music, you'll want to go with the 10". If you're more into classical, jazz, and that sort of thing, the 8" should be fine. Give us a call and chat with one of our advisors about your expectations, and we'll help you get the right sub for you and your music.
I have a Jetta gli with the fender factory system. If I swap the factory sub with another single 8 or 10 will I be happy with the results? I am overal pleased with the stereo, I would just like a little more low end. Clarification I am not trying to put a new sub on the shallow down firing factory enclosure. Cheers, Mike. When you enter your vehicle's info into our Outfit My Car tool, you'll see which speakers fit your car. I was jw if all the speakers in my jetta are the same size. Justin, I've sent your question to our sales team, and they'll be contacting you via email soon.