1969 VW Type III Owner’s Manual
Description: Volkswagen of America, Inc is proud of the quality of automobiles it imports. It warrants new vehicles for a period of 2 years or 24,000 miles from the date of purchase, whichever comes first. In general the complete vehicle including battery and tires is covered under the provisions of the Volkswagen New Vehicle Warranty. It will be honored by any Authorized Volkswagen Dealer in all 50 States, the District of Columbia and Canada.
This warranty is transferable if the ownership of the vehicle changes within the above period.
In order to keep the warranty in force, you as the owner of the vehicle have certain responsibilities. It is important that the vehicle be maintained properly. To facilitate record keeping, this booklet provides on pages 57 to 59 space for listing maintenance services and oil changes as they are performed. Maintenance services should be performed by Authorized Volkswagen Dealers. They offer with their factory-trained Volkswagen mechanics and special tools, fast, efficient service in accordance with Volkswagen quality standards.
Validation is a requirement of the Volkswagen New Vehicle Warranty. One year after the date of delivery the warranty must be validated for the second year. This can be done at any Authorized Volkswagen Dealership in the USA or Canada. For that purpose, you should present to the Authorized Volkswagen Dealer the maintenance record for your vehicle. Provided that maintenance services or oil changes were performed in accordance with Volkswagen specifications, dated bills of other than Authorized Volkswagen Dealers will be accepted as proof that these services were performed on time.
Not all repairs, adjustments and replacements, however, are the result of defects in material or workmanship. There are other circumstances beyond the control of the manufacturer that might make a workshop visit necessary. These depend mainly on where you drive and how you drive. They would include weather and atmospheric conditions, varying road surfaces, individual driving habits and vehicle usage.
For example, you are required to pay for the following:
Maintenance services and oil changes
Wheel alignment and wheel balancing hitting pot holes end curbs, etc.
Mechanical adjustments —including brake, clutch, door locks are required as a matter of normal operation of a motor vehicle. This protects you against early or expensive replacements.
Brake end clutch linings —are directly affected by driving habits and use. The replacement of these linings and the reconditioning of brake drums should be performed whenever necessary
Spark plugs and ignition points
Wiper blades —life expectancy will vary widely depending on climatic conditions and extent of use. You are the best judge to decide when they should be replaced.
Light bulbs and fuses —are service items.
Paint, chrome, trim and other appearance items —are affected by normal wear and exposure. Proper care of these items can add to their appearance and durability. (Imperfections are normally apparent during New Vehicle pre-delivery inspection. For your protection, please report any imperfection to your Dealer immediately after you notice it.)
—the frequency of such services depends on driving conditions such as rapid starts and stops, tire skidding,
—are subject to wear. Periodic replacements ensure you of maximum engine performance and gasoline economy.
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