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there should be plenty on google as this engine is fitted to so many other vags the methods should be just the same
bodges all i see at work. fixing other peoples/garages **** ups is the worst thing. Tbh i have no idea why people do it if your gonna do a job...
LOL thats a great result. its crazy that one small wire that could cause all the light problems.
write a guide for how you fixed it as no...
tbh mate you are probs right as the std bushes are quite a soft rubber so with squash more and the new aftermarket bushes are tougher rubber.
if you search this topic has been covered my times and also a guide for the key conversion
yes i can back you up with that i was i a car and the wheel bearings had been installed incorrectly causing the car i was in to crash lucky it...
if the head is off if i was you i would re seat the valves. if your spending big bucks why not spend a few extra hours whiles its off. to reseat...
once plugged in you have to pair with bluetooth first then once paired think the code is 0000 then should be able to use torque.
and the colour coded engine cover
im not sure of the location. also the problem could be water getting in the rear end and shorting something out. i would investigate the boot area
ha ha i never even looked at the price couldn't view for long as hurt my eyes just looking at it
wow thats er............nice lol. love the colour tho.
sounds like a earth problem, when i was younger on a cinquecento the rear brake light blew one of the 2 stage bulb. double check this as i had...
i use elm327 with a few different programs and works pretty good. i only paid £3 for mine off ebay
the 1.8 20v t and 1.8 20v block shock be the same i should think
very true but where did the oil go?
if the smoke is blue then oil is been burnt. this is either stem seals or seal on cold side. if the seal on cold side was going smoke is white
do you mean the vw put the engines together lol.
plenty of slim ones on ebay. saw this other day its cheap but requires some work to fit it...
yes you are correct there. maybe someone has used the ADR block