Are you sure the flasher unit/relay is the same?
I'm not confident in electrical products from Amazon, id personally buy a genuine item.
This suggests it just replaces the old one.
Not really, a can of carb cleaner and a toothbrush or similar is the best way. Very messy so an old washing up bowl is good for this.i
Some of the better owners forums have listings for people that own vcds near you and may be able to help.
The original kit is very expensive for...
I've not used them but those us pro ones look fantastic value to me. Well worth having a set in your armoury.
Nice, that's got some poke that engine, responds well to remaps too.
I'm guessing a 2010 would be the common rail engine which is also very good, we had a 140 bhp version in an A3 and I thought it was a peach of an...
I’d agree about putting it back in the skip, it’s bad practice to try and repair ladders like that.
It’s just not worth it.
Looks like a face off so try removing it and cleaning the contacts or just clipping it back in.
I've no experience of those starters, it was just an example of how things have moved on. They look very good though as they hold a charge for a...
I can't help much but these modern smart variable charging systems can throw some strange faults with battery problems.
You get what you pay for in this area, I'd probably try one of the newer type, they look interesting....
Id probably change to a 10/40 which is more readily available and offers slightly better cold start protection.
In reality though it wont matter...
Most car audio places sell them.
Blue wire usually tells you it's connected to 12 volts when the radio is turned on, used to be mainly for electric aerials etc.
I would guess its...
I use them now and again, handy to have in your collection.
Good thing about Halfords is the lifetime guarantee, with ratcheting equipment this...
I stick to plus gas now, not cheap but very good.
May be worth disconnecting the battery for 10 mins and perform a reset.
Certainly sounds like a defective radio.
Make sure you have a code if...
Run it outside through some conduit, not particularly attractive but may be your only option without making a mess.
Is it plugged into a USB port on your car or just a cigarette lighter adapter?
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