SEAT Ateca Variable Boot Floor kit DIY installation guide applicable to Pre-Facelift (2016-2020) & Facelift (2020-present).
This guide has been written to help people who have or are intending to purchase the variable boot floor kit that Seat Direct Parts have put together. Here’s the link...
There has been plenty of these on forums (id imagine) but I never really understood half the things people did when doing their conversion (modifying a single din console to fit a double din headunit).
Now this can be a difficult and time consuming mod, so if anyone wants this...
“Front Assist not available” came up after I changed from 18” to 17” wheels and added a full sized spare but around the same time I hit a pheasant at about 15 mph with no damage seen. Adding a full sized spare which on an estate is way behind the rear axle will misalign the radar sensor; the car...
I just watched this video on the EDIFF service for the GTI performance pack. I think thats the same as the one in our cars.
Has anyone done this service or asked a garage to do it? I asked my local and they said it was not needed...
A few jobs need doing on the Cupra, I'm looking to do them myself to save a few bob on labour.
I need to replace the front wheel bearings, change a CV boot and replace the front engine mount.
Thats about it really, the cars going to be out of action for a week whilst I have the Brembos...
Firstly sorry if It has already been posted on here but does anyone have a DIY guide for replacing a rear wheel bearing on my Mk1 leon tdi 05 plate. I am told the part is a full unit ie: not just the bearing that are changed but the part bolts onto the hub! I think! thanks. ;)
Right then, with my new Arosa on the drive way its time to think about a cambelt service. I can't find any reference to the cambelt being changed. I'm planning to call the garages that the car has been to and find out what was done. If not, I think it'll be cambelt kit and waterpump time...
I have an array of stone chips on my bonnet, one in particular looks a right mess. Now for some reason I seem to think I can repair this myself.....:whistle:
I was planning on using the above it to give myself a...
I can't believe I haven't seen anyone talking about this on here so correct me if I've missed it. This DIY boost controller seems like a nice easy way to get a bit of extra power from a standard TDi. http://forums.tdiclub.com/showthread.php?t=103279
Where's the catch?
Well Seat can take a running jump with their servicing prices. Going to carry on doing it all myself.
Just bought - Carbon pollen filter, oil filter, fuel filter, aux drive belt, K&N panel air filter, 5ltr Longlife fully synthetic oil, 2 ltr long life red antifreeze.
All for the...
I've been doing quite a bit or research into this and have come across a few set ups. This one looks good and could be done in Britian, with different products.
Cheap and easy, just how we like it:)
My Mk 1 Leon FR Tdi is due for its 140,000 mile service. I was wondering if I did it myself and therefore didn't get a stamp in the log book would this significantly affect resale value in the future? I know it's high mileage but the car is in good nick and has had all the parts...
After some research I decided to get a DIY parking sensor kit (£18 from ebay). Obviously its the most basic version, but should hopefully be good enough for me :blink:
I have searched the forum and...
Got a hold of a 5m x 1.2m roll of Gloss Black Vinyl.
Plan is to do my roof and the front bumper.
Went out tonight to do part of my bumper. Heres some photos of what i have done:
Ended up doing my badge with the left over vinyl i had in the garage, i plan on...
My Cupra TDI has done 58k so it's time for the timing belt to be changed. I've got hold of a new timing belt + roller/tensioner etc. so I'm looking to do the job fairly soon.
Has anyone done their own belt change on the PD?
I've done a few timing belt changes myself...
Can anybody offer any pointers to help me refurbish and repair my air conditioning?
It has a leak and hasn't worked for 2 years, so could be full of all kinds of crap. It takes around 12 hours to leak out all the coolant (not sure where) after a full fill.
1) I plan to replace...