It happened again: at 9,535 miles, my 2002 Jetta 1.8T engine died. The first death was at 6,112 miles. Once again, the problem is the cyllinder ignition coils. The good news is that VW has owned up to the problem and is replacing all engine coils in faulty cars. The bad news is that demand is extremely high and dealers are struggling to keep the parts in supply. The worse news is that, according to the repair rep at University VW (and off the record,) the replacement program helps but does not fully solve the problem. Perhaps the best (?) news is that this second repair qualifies me for a full refund under the Washington State Lemon Law. My plan is to wait-and-see after this repair: three strikes and the Jetta is out.