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TDI / Re: GTD Exhaust Trim Removal
« Last post by Sootchucker on Today at 08:11 »
Pretty sure they are welded onto the pipes, so you would need to cut though the welds then try and knock them off with a chisel or the like.
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Detailing / Re: What detailing have you done today?
« Last post by Booth11 on Today at 08:02 »
I spent a few hours on my GTI this afternoon..

Started off with the wheels, used "Williams" wheel cleaner ( just had it in the shed).

I used Farecla Body Prep shampoo to get of all the previous wax off.

Then I tried Autoglym Magma iron remover. It seemed to work, noticed a few black marks here and there, and it smelt nice..

I washed again with the Body Prep shampoo after that.

Then I used Poor Boys Natty Red Wax, which smelt even better, and was lovely to use.

Finally, dressed tyres with Meguires Endurance tyre gel, oh and Autoglym Glass Polish on the windows :)


Looking back, I've learned not to skip on the Tar Remover stage, and I've decided that I want to buy a Blower :)

Sorry the pics arn't very good, I run out of sun..









Great job!  Looks stunning.  :cool:  The red really popping, even if the sun didn’t want to play.
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Golf mk7 / Re: Back in a 7.5R
« Last post by Hurdy on Today at 02:18 »
What about the Lexus?

Good to see you back  :cool:

Don’t mention the L word!
I get a nervous twitch about it now!  :laugh:
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Detailing / Re: What detailing have you done today?
« Last post by hog_hedge on 19 June 2018, 23:47 »
You've done a cracking job! I'm really starting to like Tornado Red :evil:
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Detailing / Re: What detailing have you done today?
« Last post by Jeff Wood on 19 June 2018, 23:36 »
I spent a few hours on my GTI this afternoon..

Started off with the wheels, used "Williams" wheel cleaner ( just had it in the shed).

I used Farecla Body Prep shampoo to get of all the previous wax off.

Then I tried Autoglym Magma iron remover. It seemed to work, noticed a few black marks here and there, and it smelt nice..

I washed again with the Body Prep shampoo after that.

Then I used Poor Boys Natty Red Wax, which smelt even better, and was lovely to use.

Finally, dressed tyres with Meguires Endurance tyre gel, oh and Autoglym Glass Polish on the windows :)


Looking back, I've learned not to skip on the Tar Remover stage, and I've decided that I want to buy a Blower :)

Sorry the pics arn't very good, I run out of sun..







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Golf mk7 / Re: Anyone just walked away?
« Last post by Rob1981 on 19 June 2018, 23:17 »
I think Craig David did a few years back  :undecided:
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Golf mk7 / Re: Anyone just walked away?
« Last post by Mark V GTD on 19 June 2018, 23:15 »
You can get out of a PCP at any time simply by requesting a settlement figure and paying it.
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Golf mk4 / Boot lock issues
« Last post by sharki786 on 19 June 2018, 22:42 »
Hi lads. Been some time AGAIN.

Iv been having issues with the boot lock. If i unlock the boot via the fob and i open it then alarm dont recongise the boot being open. I changed the boot lock which was faulty and had corrosion all over it (common rear wiper motor) anyway the small 3 pin plug was corroded, so i made 1 up at work. Now i have temp fitted it and the boot compartment light works fine but the alarm dont chirp when i lock the car only chirps twice when i unlock it. If i take the 3 pin plug off from the lock it chirps when i lock it and chirps twice when unlocked.

Iv seen a 2 pin plug and that has suppose to have a micro swich connected to it like below




This is were the 2 pin plug is:



Do any of you guys have this mounted on ur boot anywere or is it just there blank? If you do then were is the microswitch mounted to?
The boot lock is new and the wires are insulated for temp till i solder them.
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Golf mk4 / Re: Loads of problems
« Last post by sharki786 on 19 June 2018, 22:22 »
Lolss funny post.
Golf = always fixing something. :evil:
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Golf mk7 / Re: exhaust notes
« Last post by jaceyboy on 19 June 2018, 22:21 »
Thanks, I think! :grin:
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