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Skezza

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Skezza last won the day on July 16 2015

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About Skezza

  • Rank
    CL Member of the Year 2014

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Stoke-on-Trent
  • Interests
    Cars, Football, Guitars, Technology.

Previous Fields

  • Currently Driving
    Volkswagen Lupo
  1. Noisy power steering

    Mine has 170k miles on, but whether it's the original pump is hard to say. I did however go out of my way to maintain it properly.
  2. Central locking not working on spare key

    You can adapt it using VAGCOM.
  3. Wiper mechanism connecting rod.

    I'm sure you can get like repair clips? They're not great but they'll get a few more years out of it.
  4. Money...

  5. Money...

    Yeah wasn't great that. My knowledge of AC. Should have stuck with DC if you ask me.
  6. Money...

    I thought she left me because I wrote too many How To's?
  7. Rare 2001 Lupo 3L 1.2 Tdi Manual - Now Fixed

    I would still take a chance on it, just for the rarity value. But i can't get a reply out of him
  8. Money...

    was
  9. Rare 2001 Lupo 3L 1.2 Tdi Manual - Now Fixed

    I pm'd him, got no response.
  10. Rev counter

    Not issue from where I'm sat. You're revving at -400 revs.... just think of all the fuel you're saving? As per what Rich said, glass off. Move the needle.
  11. Money...

    @Rich you really are the epitome of subtlety.
  12. Driving Songs

  13. Mattarosas Arosas

    26% ABV..... That's no gin.
  14. repair manual

    There isn't really such a thing. You could try the Polo 6N2 book though.
  15. Joey's Retro Eunos Roadster.

    It's not even the metro.... it's the Demio style estate version from 2000. It's like sitting in a car from 1987..... which isn't surprising since the first version was released in 1989. Very dated inside and out, but incredibly simple to work on. Mazda did, to their credit, throw in a few modern features to try and win over the discerning customer (electric windows on 4 doors, remote central locking, electric sunroof). They didn't overhaul the entire look and feel of the car for another 18 months though, hence the outdated styling and dashboard. It's a bit bi-polar in that regard. I will give it a fair bit of credit for being incredibly practical. Huge boot and lots of space in the rear. It loses all credit when you drive it though. It wallows around corners like an overweight oil tanker. However it answers the question: what can you buy with £200 on a Friday afternoon in Stoke-on-Trent?
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