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  1. Last year VW broke my car by servicing my Haldex and it didnt work properly afterwards. In doing so charged my extended warranty (inchcape one) £550 to fix it by replacing the pump. Last years bill was around £400 to service and MOT. This years the muppets have serviced and MOT'd the car at a mear £550 Major service (sparks, pollen, oil, e.t.c, DSG and MOT). So driving it home I nearly died overtaking a lorry, fortunatly it didnt fully break down the first time I used full throttle and I managed to complete my overtaking manouvre. The car is misfiring like a good-un (under heavyish throttle) and since I have to work tomorrow and my Dad has offered to take it to VW. So I took him out to show him. In the process of showing him what it did, I got the limp mode and EPC light on and basically wouldn't move (at least now its got a fault code stored bonus..). So hypotheisis on the issue: a) Spark plug loose in cylinder 2 b) Spark plug is faulty in cylinder 2 c) Broke a coil pack on cyliner 2 d) stripped the threads on cylinder 2 spark plug and needs a cylinder new head... Lets hope not. answers on a post code, only time will tell tomorrow. I think I wont be going there ever again!! since they went from independant to Vertu they have definetly gone down hill. Fortunatly I have borrowed my Mums GT 150 TSI and got 47.8mpg on the way home. Left mine with my Dad so he can take it up there tomorrow. 2 Faults Found: 15074 - Cylinder Disabling P130A 00 [096] - - Intermittent - Not Confirmed - Tested Since Memory Clear Freeze Frame: Fault Status: 00000001 Fault Priority: 2 Fault Frequency: 1 Mileage: 43493 km Date: 2018.09.04 Time: 19:02:38 Engine speed: 4224.75 /min Normed load value: 79.6 % Vehicle speed: 79 km/h Coolant temperature: 103 °C Intake air temperature: 23 °C Ambient air pressure: 1020 mbar Voltage terminal 30: 13.164 V Unlearning counter according OBD: 40 Engine: operating status: PL N_TOOTH: 4125 /min T_AST_SAE: 447 s Engine oil temperature: 99.0 °C STATE_LS_SAE[1]: OL_ERR FUP_H_SAE: 19550.0 kPa FUP_EFP_MES: 5083.84 hPa 15128 - Cylinder 2 P0302 00 [100] - Misfire Detected Intermittent - Not Confirmed - Tested Since Memory Clear Freeze Frame: Fault Status: 00000001 Fault Priority: 2 Fault Frequency: 1 Mileage: 43493 km Date: 2018.09.04 Time: 19:02:37 Engine speed: 4021.25 /min Normed load value: 76.1 % Vehicle speed: 75 km/h Coolant temperature: 104 °C Intake air temperature: 23 °C Ambient air pressure: 1020 mbar Voltage terminal 30: 13.144 V Unlearning counter according OBD: 40 Engine: operating status: PL N_TOOTH: 4032 /min T_AST_SAE: 447 s Engine oil temperature: 99.0 °C STATE_LS_SAE[1]: CL FUP_H_SAE: 16440.0 kPa FUP_EFP_MES: 5548.18 hPa
  2. Hi folks, Has anyone replaced their air filter to K&N one and if so is there much difference? Is it worth buying one? Thanks
  3. Hello all, I'm seeking for advice, I have vw golf mk6 high line 1.4 super charge 160 HP, I have problem in the cylinder 3, the Pressure in cylinder 3 is 90 BSI. what is the best to do ?? 1- change the hole engine with a used engine. 2- or prepare the engine on the car, changing the 4 pistons and the rings and every thing need to change. please if any one had the same problem before , tell me his story and what is the best. thank you.
  4. Hi All, Im really hoping someone can help. Yesterday i bought a 2010 VW GOLF R MK 6 AUTO DSG. When going for a test drive and inspecting the car it all seemed fine. My first issue came when i dropped my friend off that came with me. As i was leaving his driveway, i went to put it in reverse and at that point it gave me an error with an exclamation mark saying gearbox was overheated. I turned the car off and then started it again and seemed fine. I reversed out and went home. At some stage i got a solid engine light appear on my dash. Today, i dropped my mum off somewhere and when putting it in reverse, it wouldnt select the gear and let me reverse, nor would it let me select drive either. I restarted the car and that seemed to then let me reverse and select my gears. At this point the engine light was still showing. I took the car to my mechanic to do a check of the car as i just got it and to show this issue i was having. As i was driving to my mechanic, about 15 hours after the initial light appeared, the light went away by itself. He ran the OBD scans throughout the whole car and only found one code - "P2711 - Unexpected / Implausible Mechanical Gear Disengagement", which was cleared because he checked the DSG and it seemed fine as the drive is smooth and the oil was good. We also discovered it could be from aggressive driving which i dont believe i was doing as i have been taking it easy. When i got home, i went to the gym awhile later, as i was trying to reverse out of my driveway, the same issue occurred where it wouldnt select reverse or any other gear so i had to restart the car to get it to select reverse and the light is appearing again. Im really not sure what is happening at this point and starting to think this may be a gearbox issue after all. Is anyone able to shed some light on this? Kindest Regards, Liborio - Sydney
  5. Hi All, Im really hoping someone can help. Yesterday i bought a 2010 VW GOLF R MK 6 AUTO DSG. When going for a test drive and inspecting the car it all seemed fine. My first issue came when i dropped my friend off that came with me. As i was leaving his driveway, i went to put it in reverse and at that point it gave me an error with an exclamation mark saying gearbox was overheated. I turned the car off and then started it again and seemed fine. I reversed out and went home. At some stage i got a solid engine light appear on my dash. Today, i dropped my mum off somewhere and when putting it in reverse, it wouldnt select the gear and let me reverse, nor would it let me select drive either. I restarted the car and that seemed to then let me reverse and select my gears. At this point the engine light was still showing. I took the car to my mechanic to do a check of the car as i just got it and to show this issue i was having. As i was driving to my mechanic, about 15 hours after the initial light appeared, the light went away by itself. He ran the OBD scans throughout the whole car and only found one code - "P2711 - Unexpected / Implausible Mechanical Gear Disengagement", which was cleared because he checked the DSG and it seemed fine as the drive is smooth and the oil was good. We also discovered it could be from aggressive driving which i dont believe i was doing as i have been taking it easy. When i got home, i went to the gym awhile later, as i was trying to reverse out of my driveway, the same issue occurred where it wouldnt select reverse or any other gear so i had to restart the car to get it to select reverse and the light is appearing again. Im really not sure what is happening at this point and starting to think this may be a gearbox issue after all. Is anyone able to shed some light on this? Kindest Regards, Liborio - Sydney
  6. Hi All Can you please keep a lookout for my WHITE FACELIFT 3 DOOR GOLF R its been stolen in the Greater Manchester area in the early hours of this morning. REGISTRATION : MC17 FFE Between 1am and 6am this morning. Straight off the drive with no sign of a break in!!!! Any help appreciated. Please feel free to post on any social media platforms you may be on. If anyone feels the need to PM me with any info please do so. Could I request any moderator reading this to post across the board please, as some members may not come across this here. Thank you.
  7. Morning everyone, Has anyone else had any luck getting any information from Akrapovic regarding ordering the exhaust as an aftermarket option? I have finally received a response from them saying the downpipe will be available to order in a couple of weeks time. I am more interested in the full system though!
  8. bradley391

    Tracker

    Hey all, My 7.5R should be arriving in around 10 days... Excited is an understatement! However, I want to get a tracker fitted to the car! The VW dealer can fit one for me and it's around £450 - Vodaphone Protect & Connect 6 Cat6 Tracker. I know nothing about these things and after some advise/recommendations for anyone who has a tracker? Should I go with the VW option or is there better /cheaper options out there? Any help would be much appreciated. Thanks
  9. bradley391

    MK7.5 R Just Ordered!

    Hi everyone, New to this forum but I've spent the last few weeks reading threads and looking at different topics... Great forum! Anyway I'm super excited to say I've ordered a new Golf MK7.5 R hatchback 5 door DSG and delivery is due early/mid March so it will be rocking an 18 plate! Looking forward to getting more involved with the forum once she arrives!
  10. Hi all, Happy new year! Can anyone recommend a good and trusted VW specialist in the London area? My R is due it's first service! After that, it's time to mod up 😈 Thanks in advance
  11. Thread with more information on Westside VW 2017 - 24 Sept 2017, Sunday. It is the show's 10th anniversary this year. We can use this space to discuss the meet and form plans and perhaps convoys? I attended last year and it was a pretty chilled event with some nice cars. All marques of VAG are welcome and there is a separate space for other makes which included some rare beasts from BMW, Mercedes etc. Mind you, the cricket ground was full by 1100hrs so it is a good idea to arrive early. Entry is £10 (no advance bookings, pay on gate) and gates open at 0900hrs. For an extra £5 you can also participate in their Show and Shine contest with prizes from sponsors. Website with more information and videos etc from past shows: http://westsidevw.co.uk/ Map and Location: http://westsidevw.co.uk/westside-treffen-2015-page/westside-treffen-directions-map/ *I am NOT affiliated with the organisers* - but I do know some other groups that plan on convoying from South London/Surrey side. Pics:
  12. pican0

    My new Roc R

    After coming from a 170 2.0 TDI Rocco, I decided it was time for a upgrade. Just recently purchased a 2015 Scirocco R. It drinks but I love it!
  13. BobbyThompson

    Vw cup Snetterton race meeting

    Racing the Team Hard Golf R in the Vw Cup this weekend at Snetterton. Qualifying went really well finished in pole position ahead of the next man by 3tenths of a second and setting a new lap record . So on to race one,with the weather being so hot tyre conservation was going to be a key part of our race strategy. ( we are allowed 4 new slick tyres per race meeting. We used 2 new tyres for quali) We decided not to run the new slick tyres for race one and used the tyres we ran in qualifying. Not getting a fantastic start due to tyres I drop back a few places but after a few laps I was back up to 2nd place and having a good race with the lead man. Crossing the finish line in second place and setting a new lap record, however I was declared the winner due to the first place man cutting across the grass on two occasions and being handed a time penalty. race 2 was probably one of the hardest races I have ever been in. starting in sixth place due to the reversed grid system that we run and carrying 40KG of success ballast from the first race I knew I had it all to do. With new slick tyres on I knew that I needed to carry a lot of speed through the corners due to the extra weight,driving like my life depended on it I eventually brought the car home in second place and once again setting The fastest lap of the race Bit of a break for a while now. we return to Brands Hatch in August for 2 race meetings, The British GT meeting and the Deutsche fest http://www.deutschefest.co.uk/ which I realy am looking foward too. if your going please come over and say high also give me a follow on Twitter @BTMotorsport
  14. Hi guys, I am fairly new here and also new on owning a VW MK7R and it is the best decision I have ever made in my life. LOL Excuse me but I am actually looking for advices to go to stage 1 tuning, looking into putting more punch to my already awesome vehicle. Any advices on what to do first or what to put in? Thanks
  15. Imagine having a job where you could let your inner child run free, creating cars that not only look to the future, but also showcase the very latest in technology. Well that’s the job of Christoph Bronder, Head of Technical Development at Volkswagen, and the man responsible for all of Volkswagens Concept Cars worldwide, including the much discussed R400. The car itself looks impressive… it rides low on its widened track, the greeny yellow flashes against the deep metallic silver paint (‘borrowed’ from Porsche) signifying something out of the ordinary, something that treads into uncharted territory for VW. The carbon fibre sill extensions, the rear diffuser and spoiler all give the Golf R400 a purposeful look. People say the standard R is very reserved in its styling; the same cannot be said for the R400 Concept. But, this isn’t just a concept car; Christoph tells us this is a fully functioning car that’s ready to go. Ready to hit the streets… …and hit the streets it will. Yes folks, after a year of debate, we can confirm that the R400 is destined for production, and that’s exactly what it will be, an R400, not an R420. Christoph confirmed to us the upgraded engine will be good for 420PS, but that version will be reserved for an Audi project – over to Revo then for that extra 20PS! There's currently a raft of engines currently being bench tested to ensure they're suitable for all driving conditions. Many of the features found on the R400 concept will carry over to production, including that widened track. The carbon fibre, which is all real carbon on the R400 concept won’t, it would simply make the production car too expensive. That greeny yellow colour will feature too – Christoph explained to us how difficult colour selection is within VW – Red is for GTI, Blue is for R, Green is seen as an ‘Eco’ colour, while Orange is associated with electrical components and hazards, so this new colour will designate all top performance models going forward. So what else did we learn? Well, just like the regular R, the R400 will be available with 3-door and 5-door variants and manual and 7-Speed DSG gearbox options, and of course Haldex four wheel drive to cope with the 400PS power output (that’s 394bhp, or 294kW). Christoph also mentioned an exhaust which can be manually controlled via a steering wheel button, enabling the driver to select a quieter note for cruising, and a racier rasp when you want it. We were absolutely delighted at this point in our interview, the speculation was finally over, and we had some great exclusive interview. Christoph wasn’t finished though. He’s a man who is clearly proud of his creation, and he wanted to show it off. Cue him handing us a rather inauspicious looking key with Velcro attached… yes, we got to fire up the R400. This car is fitted with keyless entry, so a prod of the starter button sees the 400PS motor fire into life – there is a bark from the exhaust which soon settles down to a deep baritone burble. There’s a rasp to the exhaust note as it revs, and a crackle on lift off – it’s one of the best sounding exhausts on a 4-cylinder car I’ve ever heard. But don’t just take our word for it, have a listen to the video below… then head straight down to your VW dealer and beg them to take your deposit, you’ll want one. The R400 is coming, are you ready for it? Over to you…
  16. Enough of the rumours, we’ve got the facts on the most hotly awaited Golf this Century…Imagine having a job where you could let your inner child run free, creating cars that not only look to the future, but also showcase the very latest in technology. Well that’s the job of Christoph Bronder, Head of Technical Development at Volkswagen, and the man responsible for all of Volkswagens Concept Cars worldwide, including the much discussed R400. The car itself looks impressive… it rides low on its widened track, the greeny yellow flashes against the deep metallic silver paint (‘borrowed’ from Porsche) signifying something out of the ordinary, something that treads into uncharted territory for VW. The carbon fibre sill extensions, the rear diffuser and spoiler all give the Golf R400 a purposeful look. People say the standard R is very reserved in its styling; the same cannot be said for the R400 Concept. But, this isn’t just a concept car; Christoph tells us this is a fully functioning car that’s ready to go. Ready to hit the streets… …and hit the streets it will. Yes folks, after a year of debate, we can confirm that the R400 is destined for production, and that’s exactly what it will be, an R400, not an R420. Christoph confirmed to us the upgraded engine will be good for 420PS, but that version will be reserved for an Audi project – over to Revo then for that extra 20PS! There's currently a raft of engines currently being bench tested to ensure they're suitable for all driving conditions. Many of the features found on the R400 concept will carry over to production, including that widened track. The carbon fibre, which is all real carbon on the R400 concept won’t, it would simply make the production car too expensive. That greeny yellow colour will feature too – Christoph explained to us how difficult colour selection is within VW – Red is for GTI, Blue is for R, Green is seen as an ‘Eco’ colour, while Orange is associated with electrical components and hazards, so this new colour will designate all top performance models going forward. So what else did we learn? Well, just like the regular R, the R400 will be available with 3-door and 5-door variants and manual and 7-Speed DSG gearbox options, and of course Haldex four wheel drive to cope with the 400PS power output (that’s 394bhp, or 294kW). Christoph also mentioned an exhaust which can be manually controlled via a steering wheel button, enabling the driver to select a quieter note for cruising, and a racier rasp when you want it. We were absolutely delighted at this point in our interview, the speculation was finally over, and we had some great exclusive interview. Christoph wasn’t finished though. He’s a man who is clearly proud of his creation, and he wanted to show it off. Cue him handing us a rather inauspicious looking key with Velcro attached… yes, we got to fire up the R400. This car is fitted with keyless entry, so a prod of the starter button sees the 400PS motor fire into life – there is a bark from the exhaust which soon settles down to a deep baritone burble. There’s a rasp to the exhaust note as it revs, and a crackle on lift off – it’s one of the best sounding exhausts on a 4-cylinder car I’ve ever heard. But don’t just take our word for it, have a listen to the video below… then head straight down to your VW dealer and beg them to take your deposit, you’ll want one. The R400 is coming, are you ready for it? Over to you… Click here to view the article
  17. It appears to us that Volkswagen is gearing up for a rather large party... as many will know, 2016 will be the 40th anniversary of the Golf GTI, and with any big birthday, there's no harm in starting the party a little bit early. The 40th birthday of the GTI is being marked with the very special GTI Clubsport, a 287bhp (on overboost) version of the Golf, with reduced weight, improved aero, a manual gearbox, chassis tweaks and a roll cage. Dale Lomas who runs the website 'Bridge to Gantry' has spied the GTI Clubsport being tested at the 'ring in what looks to everyone like full production spec, even down to the side decals, and it looks fantastic. You can view Dales photos on his website by clicking here. Now, with a car in full production spec, it's surely going to be unveiled at a motor show in the not too distant future. Conveniently, Volkswagens home show Frankfurt crops up in September, just over two months away. But could we be in for a double party? Volkswagen has been very keen to get the R400 Concept seen by as many people as possible, with recent appearances in the UK at Goodwood and GTI International, and it has also been testing an R-based mule the Nürburgring. So, VW has two months to finalise the bumpers and get it on the stand at Frankfurt - certainly possible. Rumour within the industry says that we will see both cars there, with Clubsport deliveries starting at the end of the year, and R400 deliveries starting in late Spring 2016. So, a double launch party... one hell of a way to kick start the Golf GTIs 40th year!
  18. Are VW preparing for dual hot hatch launch at IAA Frankfurt in September 2015? It appears to us that Volkswagen is gearing up for a rather large party... as many will know, 2016 will be the 40th anniversary of the Golf GTI, and with any big birthday, there's no harm in starting the party a little bit early........... Click here to view the article
  19. JonSpriggs

    1973 VW Beetle 1303

    I've always wanted a Beetle, ever since I was around 18 months old, and I saw my first Herbie film! 30 years later, having been pretty much a life long VW fan, I finally have one. I was watching this on eBay last week, and was the highest bidder, but it didn't make reserve. Anyway, after a bit of negotiation, I went on Saturday morning to collect. So... he's a 1973 Beetle 1303, with a non-standard 1600cc engine (48bhp) in a rather bright shade of orange! I've never had a car that attracts so much attention! Driving back on Saturday, I had toots on the M25, kids waving out the back of cars - it felt fantastic! No major things planned as yet - I need to modify the seat in some way for a couple of extra inches of legroom, and a smaller steering wheel will make driving easier too (I'm a large 6ft5). So, that's it for now... He joins the Golf R to make me a two VW man.
  20. So have taken my 4 month old golf r to the main dealer for a few issues I have been having. 1, rattle in passenger door card, 2 sat nav update as my net kept timing out , 3 gearbox jumping from 1-2 rather harshly but very intermittent, 4 the drivers seat squeaks like crazy. 1 they sorted the door card, 2 sat nav sorted, 3 keeping an eye on it as they found no issue. 4 they said its air trapped between leather and the seat sponge....what the actual **** excuse me. But this noise is in the car all the time from start to finish of journey and when it was hot other week it stopped but now it's cooled off its back with no giving up. So what do I do keep bugging the dealer and get it sorted, bear in mind 40 min drive to dealer its closest one, or live with it cars has done 3600 miles. Also has anyone else had these issues? The seat is the worst as it's always there so annoying.
  21. ANOTHER GREAT DEAL Volkswagen Golf 2.0GTD 184ps 5dr Hatch Man (Solid Paint - Black / Red) 2 Year Contract 5,000 Miles Per Annum Initial Payment - £2000 + Vat 23x Monthly Payments - £119.99 + Vat Doc Fee - £150 + Vat CHEAPEST IN THE UK! Personal Contract just ad Vat. Excess Mileage Charge: 6p + Vat per mile Delivery: March/April (There are a small amount in stock, delivery 2-3 weeks) Call/email/PM for full details Scott Thomas Sales Executive [email protected] DD:01952 222552 M:07772280855 F: 01952 222740
  22. Volkswagen Tiguan 2.0TDi 140 MATCH 2wd Man SAT NAV, Bluetooth, Privacy Glass, 17†Alloys + Much More 2 Year Contract 5,000 Miles Per Annum Initial Payment = £2000 + Vat 23x Monthly Payment = £89.99 + Vat! 4wd DSG Auto Model = £124.99 + Vat Delivery: April Excess Mileage Charge = 6p + Vat per mile ACT FAST TO ORDER THIS DEAL WILL NOT BE AROUND LONG! Technical Information Insurance: Group 18E Engine power: 140 PS Fuel consumption: 53.3 mpg (combined) CO2 emissions: 138 g/km 0 to 62 mph: 10.2 secs Max occupancy: 5 seats Driver Convenience Bluetooth Telephone preparation Fatigue detection system Flat tyre indicator Lights on warning Multifunction computer - Highline Park assist with front and rear parking sensors and optical display RNS 315 touch screen navigation with radio/MP3 compatible CD player 8 speakers + aux-in Service interval indicator Speed sensitive power steering Flat tyre indicator Multifunction computer - Highline RNS 315 touch screen navigation with radio/MP3 compatible CD player 8 speakers + aux-in Entertainment DAB Digital radio MDI with USB/iPod connection cables Exterior Features 18" front module Auto dimming rear view mirror/rain sensor Automatic coming home lighting Body colour door handles Body colour door mirrors with integral indicators Body coloured bumpers Chrome roof rails Chrome side window surrounds Chrome trimmed front air intake surrounds Cornering front fog lights Dusk sensor + auto driving lights Elec heated + adjust door mirrors Front and rear electric windows Green tinted heat insulating glass Heat insulated tinted glass from B pillar back Heated rear window Rear window wash/wipe with intermittent delay Windscreen wipers/ intermittent wipe + 4 position delay Interior Features 12V socket in luggage compartment 2Zone electronic climate control with automatic air recirculation 3 rear headrests 3 spoke multi-function leather steering wheel and gearknob 5 boot load lashing points 60/40 split folding rear seat Alcantara/Milan cloth upholstery Driver's seat height adjustment Driver's seat with lumbar adjustment Drivers underseat storage Foldable front passenger seat backrest Front centre armrest with storage + rear 2 air vents + cupholders Front cupholders x 2 Front footwell illumination Front reading lights Front seat back storage pockets Front seatback folding tables Front sports seats Height/reach adjust steering wheel Illuminated vanity mirrors Interior light with delay Isofix Preparation 2 Rear child seats Load through provision with 2 cupholders when folded Lockable cooled glovebox Luggage compartment lighting Passenger seat height adjuster Passenger seat lumbar adjust Rear cupholder Removable luggage cover Storage compartment in driver's door Storage compartment in passenger's door Storage compartment in roof console Storage tray + 12V socket in centre console Storage tray on dashboard Storage under front passenger seat White adjustable panel illumination Alcantara/Milan cloth upholstery Driver's seat height adjustment Driver's seat with lumbar adjustment Drivers underseat storage Rear cupholder Safety 3 rear 3 point seatbelts ABS+EBD+Brake assist Curtain airbags Driver/Front Passenger airbags Driver/Passenger whiplash optimised head restraints Electronic parking brake with auto hold ESP with EDL + ASR Front side airbags Height adjustable front 3 point seatbelts + pretensioners Passenger airbag deactivate switch Seatbelt warning lamp and buzzer Warning triangle Security Alarm with interior protection Electronic engine immobiliser Remote central locking with 2 remote folding keys Trim Silver decorative inserts in door panels Steel finish air vent surround Wheels 17" Orleans alloy wheels + anti theft wheel bolts Steel space saver spare wheel -- Scott Thomas Sales Executive [email protected] DD:01952 222552 M:07772280855 F: 01952 222740
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