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new technologies , the boss is gone but the problem that Volkswagen aren't going anywhere anytime soon , the automaker deals with the biggest scandal in its nearly eighty year history , writer transportation editor Joe white says the real cleanup hasn't even begun yet other methods huge arm that they've taken are you know six plus billion euro seven billion plus charge arm , and they've they've warned that could be just the beginning eleven million cars worldwide might have to be recalled and and you need to reprogram or possibly have new hardware and , big macs and that's not even getting into the cost of rebuilding cut consumer trust and possibly compensating owners of these cars Volkswagens mid timed and push not helping matters not easy being green , it is now and white says while new ads go out plans to recall cars are at a standstill right now %HESITATION Volkswagen here on it hasn't really told dealers much of anything are they essentially the messages that part we're working on a solution to that and dealers dealers are telling Reuters that they're they're they're very put out by Nelson and that they're very concerned yanked replacing CEO Martin winter corn the automaker has its work cut out for it they've got to make sure that whoever they allocated to that spot is someone who can say out without fear of contradiction that they knew nothing of that had no part in it are that it was not discussed at management board meetings and the past %HESITATION any of that I think just going expectation that will be an insider but whoever it is has been enormously complicated task to clean up the map at hand but also to reevaluate whether Volkswagen as it is currently structured art needs to be overhauled and in some larger and and and , more long term way senior members of both wagons board said in a statement they expected more heads to roll at an internal investigation seeks to identify who was responsible for the wrongdoing