2012 VW CC won't start

Asked by Apr 05, 2017 at 05:05 PM about the 2012 Volkswagen CC Luxury

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I noticed some general shaking of the car yesterday. Like someone was
gradually pushing on the back, just a little. Today the car wont start. Just
clicking. Battery? About to go replace it...I opened the hood and this hose was
detached. What is it? Could that be the issue?

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That piece is attached to the air box where the air filter is, I don't know what it runs to, but that would not be the cause of the car not starting. The clicking is because of a low battery, but there could be a problem with the alternator also. You should have the battery checked, and once the car is started go and have the charging system checked.

Thank you very much. I will update as needed.

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