I’ve been looking at a few - TDI tuning, DTUK, Racechip and JB4. I hadn’t heard of blue spark but looking at their site they are quite a bit cheaper than the others I’ve mentioned so would like to know more. Has anyone used them on a cupra?
Ran a dtuk on my 290 for 2 years and now on my s4 for 6 months and counting, not had a single problem, also wasn't picked up on the s4 when it went in for warrenty work, best option if your on a lease with warrentyIf you're on a lease hire, I wouldnt risk it. I've heard bad things about this plug n go systems. If you're going to do it, get a propper map installed.
Fair enough, just heard many horror stories on some of these plug n play tuning boxes.
Looks like a new light assembly under warrantyView attachment 6865 View attachment 6866 View attachment 6867 I have had my Cupra for 6 days and for the most part I absolutely love it, but I am having a couple of issues.
1st the infotainment system constantly freezes and I have to restart it to get it to work
2nd driving home tonight and my nearside light unit has failed and I have multiple error messages. It also looks as if there is loads of condensation in the light unit.
How do you get seat assist? Does it come with the warranty or the service plan?I had SEAT assist out this morning for my headlight issue. They have confirmed it needs a new headlight unit and taken it to the garage. They have also arranged for a Golf R for me as a courtesy car.
I have to say SEAT assist have been great and all this was sorted out in a couple of hours.
It comes with the warranty. Its the normal breakdown number you would call.How do you get seat assist? Does it come with the warranty or the service plan?
There is a cap behind the headlight and the guy from SEAT said it was loose and that is how the condensation got in there. He was going to try and replace the unit, but the whole bumper needs to come off.What happened to the headlight? Could it be due to excessive heat from the LEDs?