How did they fix this problem? My 2009 Eos did the same thing & almost caused a serious accident. They ahve had my car for 5 days now trying to figure out what is wrong. I have had to have my Eos towed 3 times in 2 months. I have less than 10,000 miles on it. Very disgusted at this point. I have never owned a VW before & I can tell you this will be the last time too.yea Steve , I know exactly what you are talking about , I have the same problem with my new EOS . I thought mabe it was because the engine was cold but it also happens after it is hot . It almost got me in a serious accident , i was entering a main road from a stop sign on a slight downgrade and i let go of the brake and throddled it slightly , no response , throddled it more , still no response , I ended up slamming the throddle to the floor to get the engine to respond and get me out of the way of oncoming traffic !!
It feels like it has something to do with the accelerator pedal sesor or throddle position sensor because the engine dosent stall , it just stays idiling while you depress the accelerator .
If anyone figures this one out please post your results , this could result in a serious accident !!