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    Kanagawa,JAPAN

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    2004 LUPO GTI 6MT
  1. According to my Lupo GTI records, the timing belt, spark plugs, fuel pumps, fuel filters, fuel gauge sensors, headlight level sensors, 205 / 45R15 tires, etc. have just been replaced.
  2. I removed the rear spoiler that caused the leak, ordered the 3rd brake lamp and the spoiler mounting holes from the repair shop, and replaced the new windshield. And I ordered small parts from Japan dealer and ebay.
  3. Thanks guys. I'm not good at English, so I rely on Google Translate for posting. Since my Lupo is a 2005 model, I have to pay a tax of £ 300 a year in Japan and an additional tax to register for inspection every two years. In Japan, recent eco-cars are being tax-reduced preferentially, so older cars with a lot of exhaust gas are being tax-increased to make up for the shortfall. ..
  4. I got a 70,000km aluminum door model Lupo GTI. The Lupo had a fault error in the ECU, and a leak from the rear spoiler caused water to collect in the battery pan in the boot room. I used VCDS to clear the error, charge the battery, change the oil, adjust the air pressure and test drive. The drive shaft boots broke, grease splattered, and the engine check lamp turned on again. I identified all the faulty parts of the car and ordered the parts.
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