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#306 of 326 Battery eating EOS
Feb 17, 2010 (7:35 pm)
The latest news on our EOS is that if we do not lock the car the NEW battery will go flat?? My wife forgot to LOCK the car which sits in the garage on Friday at 6:00 pm and tried to start the car on Monday morning at 7: am and the battery was dead. The dealership told her they cannot find any problem with the car. So for all of you out there with an EOS do not forget to lock this car as it is very hungry and loves to eat the power from the battery.
PS My Mercedes is parked out in the snow and the cold is 4 years older than the EOS and has the original battery from new but starts every time plus I leave it unlocked. Go Figure
#308 of 326 ALL 2007 EOS OWNERS I NEED HELP!!!
May 12, 2010 (8:20 am)
Dear Eos owners,
I am currently interested in getting an Eos. Its a 2007, 19,000 miles, white, leather interior car. I've read about some of the issue concerning water leakage, and battery issues. I really luv this car, and have wanted a convertible since I was a kid! Do u think I should buy it for the price of 22,969 (which i will ask them to lower it to at least 19,500 or 20,500)??
Im suppose to meet with the dealership today in fairfax, va....any advice is appreciated, what should i do? or ask the dealer?
#309 of 326 Re: ALL 2007 EOS OWNERS I NEED HELP!!! [usedcarbuyer4]
May 12, 2010 (5:39 pm)
Don't do it..I have a 2007 EOS with 63K love the car but just found out cylinder 1 & 3 are full of oil, may need a new engine!!!
#310 of 326 2007 EOS 2.0T..need help with answers
May 12, 2010 (5:48 pm)
My 2007 engine is bad already at 63K, it's been leaking fluid in small amounts (less than a dime size puddle) near the passenger side wheel, the dealership told me cylinders 1 & 3 are full of oil and the turbo has oil in it also. I drive this car to and from work round trip 50 miles per day 5 days a week. How could the engine blow at such an early age?? I've have minor problems from the windows to the DGR trans.which now has an extended warranty, the car is now out of warranty and probably costs me a small fortune to fix. Do I keep it or trade it in? Has another else had these problems?
#311 of 326 Re: ALL 2007 EOS OWNERS I NEED HELP!!! [usedcarbuyer4]
May 12, 2010 (7:25 pm)
I too have a 2007 EOS (petrol) it has done 61,000 kms and I have had no problems whatsoever - no leaks, no engine problems nothing and I absolutely love my car. I hope it stays that way. At such a cheap price and such low mileage I'd go for it. Cheers John from downunder
#314 of 326 Re: Fuel door [zingrrl]
Jan 29, 2011 (11:08 pm)
Did you find a resolution to this issue? I have a 2007 VW EOS and it is doing the same thing. I'm not sure what to do at this point, as the gas tank is empty...and during my prior fill there wasn't a hint at anything being wrong with the door
#315 of 326 Brakes Squealing
May 24, 2011 (12:17 pm)
I have a 2008 Eos with 34k miles. I've only had it for about 2 months and the brakes are squealing. It only seems to happen after it's been sitting awhile. Any advice or info would be appreciated. let me know if it's something as simple as brake fluid that I can do myself or a more involved, mechanic only issue.