My pain in the a** Mk1 Leon Cupra decided that a few days before trading it in would be a great time to throw an engine management warning up on the dash.
Can anyone in the Ipswich area with VAG-com help please? I'm located in the IP2 area and just need to read/clear a fault code.
I'd advise against the cheapo Autogauge ones from Halfords. I've got one in a vent pod and the needle buzzes/vibrates/generally makes an annoying noise when you're on full boost.
Spending a bit more money seems to be the way forward!
Serious help needed guys!
I've followed this guide to the letter, plugged the wires back in, turned the ignition on and the brake lights are on permanently!!!
What the :censored::censored: am I doing wrong?!
I cleaned mine a few weeks ago, you wouldn't believe the amount of crap that was in it. They do say on the box every 6 months or xx amount of miles. I'd say I notced a difference but it was probably a placebo effect. One thing is for sure though, if the filter is blocked...
I've got a similar issue with mine. The passenger door is intermittently either not unlocking or locking. When it does lock the mechanism sounds laboured. When it was on VAG-com recently there was a voltage issue warning for the passenger door. I might try the palm of the hand technique as I...
It most ceratinly does fit.
It just involves a cable tie or two to make the gaitor fit properly around the bottom of the knob, as the K1 has and angled base whilst the standard cupra one is flat. The cable ties are all hidden underneath the gaitor though, so no eyesores.