I brought my car in after the engine, oil and brake lights came on simultaneously. They advised me to add oil and bring the car in immediately. I was told the car needed a new oil pump and I asked if anything else was wrong with the car. The service agent responded, "not that I see." The car was "repaired" and the same lights came on after I drove the car three miles away from the dealership. I added oil and returned the car. They said there was notning wrong when they drove the car. They cleanded the oil pan and everything was fine. I picked up the car and two days later, after driving eight miles (total) the lights came on again and smoke came out of the hood. I had the car towed back and was told I needed a new anti-lock brake sensor and that there was a "tiny" oil leak. The service agent said the car could drive fine without the Antil-lock brake sensor if I wanted to delay the repair. I asked why I wasn't told about the leak and the anti=lock brake sensor when I first brought the car in, especially since the oil, engine, and ABS lights were on. The service-representative said they didn't place the car on the computer until the third visit. "It had to be the oil pump if the oil light was on." I declined further service and immediately drove the car to another repair shop that was highly recommended to me. The receptionist smelled burining oil as soon as I pulled the car into the garage. The car required more than three thousand dollars in repairs. It now drives like new. The second repair shop said the car had a lot of heat damage which caused numerous leaks - not one. The damage to the car could have resulted in an explosion, or a crash. This was the correct diagnosis; I had recently relocated from a hot southern city. After this experience, I still have my Volkswagen, but decided to purchase a Toyota instead of a Volkswagen for our second family vehicle. Fred Vincent did not make me feel safe enough to consider purchasing a second Volkswagen, even though they are wonderful vehicles.