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  1. Our TDi is way overdue a belt change, but with MOT time looming I thought I’d pick the brains of the Lupo collective about what’s involved. Do we need to insist on VW parts, and if not what are the best brands to choose? what else should we change if anything? and, do we need to use a specialist or can any competent mechanic do it?
  2. I was looking to get the parts for my car to be serviced on GSF and it has thrown up a couple of problems. for the water pump and cam belt kit (going to get dayco full kit) it has given choices based on engine and chassis number but my chassis number doesn't match either 6X-2-015-000 OR 6X-2-015-001 I have a 2000 TDi number WVWZZZ6XZ1W016792 = 6X-1-016-92(?) On a side note nice to know it is Wolfsburg born given the Lupo was named after it

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