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What did you and your MK2 do today?

Discussion in 'Leon Mk2 (2006-2012)' started by Tfsi_Mike, Jul 16, 2011.

  1. Jarre

    Jarre Active Member

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    The only time I've reversed into something was with parking sensors, things don't bode well!
     
  2. shnazzle

    shnazzle Glass-Half-Full Member

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    Hmmmm.... Whoops. Alignment off much?

    Right:
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    aaand the left:
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  3. Jarre

    Jarre Active Member

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    [​IMG]

    Got the lower lip wrapped, reg plate surrounding, grille and front/rear badges all gloss black.

    Ordered the triple R composite splitter so hopefully be here soon. Then will wrap the roof and respray the mirrors gloss black
     
  5. big eck

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    Very nice mate
     
  6. KTM540

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    Tried to get the n/s front indicator bulb out :censored: .. as I had a bulb out warning on the dash, got the holder to rotate anti clockwise till it stops ... and that was it!!! wouldnt turn any further, or pull out :shrug: .... but it started workin again after that anyway :p so prob just a poor connection, tho could do with knowing how to get the sucker out for the future if anyone can advise :whistle:
     
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    Don't need to twist. Just use a credit card to push the clip in on the side and pop out.

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  8. benj1989

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    Oops sorry that's if your taking out the side repeater.

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  9. KTM540

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    Nah its the one in the headlamp cluster mate ... right little bugger to get to unless you have hands like a girly :rolleyes:
     
  10. shnazzle

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    No problem for me!
    Smallest hands in the world. Has only ever been a blessing really.


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  11. WeeG

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    Love it :)
     
  12. -herc-

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    Thanks guys :))
     
  13. AndyG_TSi

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    Had 2 tyre valve caps nicked today. I had some chrome ones

    I knowk its not much, but im Fooking fuming the little theiving scrotes.
     
  14. simon128927

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    Got the R booked in at Midland VW tomorrow for a Revo stage 1 map get a free rolling road test with it.
     
  15. richicupra

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    P-flo heatshield has cracked even more and rattling again. Gona make a new one myself, 3mm aluminium should be thick enough right?!
     
  16. kevscupra

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    Just got back home from work, quick shower then I'm going for a ride to Edinburgh in my Leon to pick up an induction kit, boost gauge, pillar pod and boost tap from a member off a different forum.
     
  17. KTM540

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    :D ... does that mean everything you hold in your hand looks bigger than it is :whistle::D

    I'm deffo gonna have to get used to working in tight space's from now on :( I looked at the oil filter today with a veiw to changing it soon, and its certainly not a reach under the motor and spin it off like my 4x4's have been :blink:
     
  18. olitaylor07

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    Got cambelt and water pump and labour for £200 all in. Not too bad I think.

    Wheel bearings have gone on the front so they need changing :-/


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  19. shnazzle

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    Yes!!! And I need every imaginary inch I can spare!

    Seems like most work on cars is really fiddly. I don't understand how big-handed mechanics do it


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  20. richicupra

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    They get used to having constantly shredded hands :lol:
     

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