New Skoda Yeti making stange noises

My one month old Skoda Yeti 1.2 TSI has started to make a rubbing sound when the engine is running. Sounds like a loose belt or something. Can you shed any light on it?

Asked on 3 July 2016 by V joseph

Answered by Honest John
Might be a drivebelt. More seriously, might be a fault with the DSG. get it back to the supplying dealer. If you smell anything burning, don't drive it.
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