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Remember always clean the window seals

Cheers Hurry up and head north and message me wouldn't mind a nosey round your car, being from Staffordshire ill say ill bring some oatcakes just to confuse the rest of the people who read this thread

Ill bring the better roads that we have up here

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Cambridge rears lights for the openair...

And GTI front and rear door cards for the openair, speaker grills all round.

And a spare set of Cambridge rear lights :D

Having a bespoke set of braided stainless steel brake hoses made up by Goodridge motorsport for the allroad as it needs a front brake overhaul :(

 

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now the suspension cups I was on about, im not sure if it was this thread or not

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As you can see the one on the left is the original I repaired you can see the square plate washer I welded in, and the new one is the one on the right.

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use the light sensor from a mk4 golf climatronic unit.

if you find one from a lupo you will already have it installed tastefully in factory plastic.

as for Goodridge hoses, the lines are stainless, the ends aren't. In a few years you will be wishing that you had bought some Hel ones instead.

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10 hours ago, Rich said:

use the light sensor from a mk4 golf climatronic unit.

if you find one from a lupo you will already have it installed tastefully in factory plastic.

as for Goodridge hoses, the lines are stainless, the ends aren't. In a few years you will be wishing that you had bought some Hel ones instead.

Thanks rich, I'll have a look around for the light sensor, that's the one that sits in the front vent isn't it?

Nobody makes a kit for the allroad :( but goodridge did a special order from etka drawings and have made the fittings from stainless.

Have you ever worked on an allroad? If so can I quiz you please?

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yes front vent, fortunately that bit it is not lhd or rhd specific.

Alvaro has one on his car.

isn't an allroad just a quattro platform?

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Alvaro? I'll have to see how it's wired.

Yeh basically it's an a6 Quattro with air suspension, I need to replace the auxiliary fan, the 210mm one, and it's a pain in the arse by the looks of things.

The n/s/f suspension bag wasn't to bad to change though.

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sounds like you're going to have to strip the front off if you can't play the wiggle game.

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just be methodical, take the wheels off and filter the coolant back in.

if you're lucky it will be sunny.

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Only two little things this time, got rid of that ugly stupid alarm flashy thing

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and replaced it with a blank

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And sorted out my engine cover at long last

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More updates,

Took the openair to skezzas the other day, new projector headlights fitted, im just in the process of converting them from hid... new head unit fitted and an undertray fitted.

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