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Offline Guycav87

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Golf R
« on: 29 May 2024, 19:34 »
Hello All

My Golf R is currently in the dealership for a new steering wheel and wiring loom change for the SOS and travel assist sensor fault.
my car also has a noise when braking to a stop, like a wooshing noise from the left front and a shuddering feel through the brake pedal and a vibration through the steering wheel at 70mph.
im wondering if anyone has experienced the following noise, unfortunately i cant see an option to attach an audio to this post.
VW Swansea are sending the audio to VW Germany to establish what it is so not ideal.

Offline joe6

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Re: Golf R
« Reply #1 on: 31 May 2024, 10:52 »
Presumably already checked but wheel balance and distorted brake disc could cause some of the symptoms.
Mk6 GTI Carbon Grey, 2010 Bluetooth and voice fitted, a few VCDS mods still a comfortable family car. Red Scirocco 2011 twin charger stage 1 - enjoyable drive now gone.  White 2016 Polo GTI (roller skate on steroids) replaced with an Indium Grey 2019 7.5 GTI PP.

Offline fredgroves

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Re: Golf R
« Reply #2 on: 04 June 2024, 17:29 »
My Golf R

You've had a Mk8 GTI and a Mk8 clubby and now a Mk8 R?

Sucker for punishment?
Current: Mk8 GTI DSG, Adelaides, DCC, HUD, HK, Winter Pack, Rear Camera.. Aka "HMS Weasel"

Gone: 2017 Mk7.5 GTD,manual, NavPro
Gone: 2014 Mk7 GTD, manual, NavPro, DCC