but we might have to take you down for murder here.....your number plate has become a cemetary :-)
mind you i suffer the same problem with dead flies on the number plates nightmare to get off aswell!
Nice graph there mate... Smooth as you like with no spikes!!! Just the way it should be :salute:
Should get a Bosch mate!! Not sure if mine is still learning or not, but I like what it's learn't so far!! Gold Star for my ECU this term lol!!!
good figures rhys :)
Quick question, does the dension gateway show id3 tags on your concert 3 radio?
Arrived there and got booked in. 10 minutes later I get called back to the service desk to explain why I'm here. I explain that its a safety issue and I want to know if my car requires the uprated injectors. Girl on the service desk replies 'but we only replace them when they fail.' Urm NO!! I explained that Audi UK had arranged and agreed to see if my car requires the latest injectors.
Another 10 minutes goes by after they speak to Audi UK and they came back to say we need to re-book the vehicle as we don't have the gaskets and also we have to wait for the engine to cool before investigating. I asked why hadn't more time been allowed for this and why hadn't I'd been informed at the time of the booking? Couldn't explain that.
So the end result is its now re-booked for next Friday. I'll be contacting Audi UK on Monday to complain about the cock-up and ensure I won't be paying to use the courtesy car I've booked when I drop the car off
Suffice to say that after this is done Cardiff Audi will not be getting any future business from me. They couldn't even change my service regime from longlife to time & distance on the DIS. I had to do that myself......
Well Cardiff redeemed themselves slightly today. Arrived this morning and booked the car in and was told that all 4 injectors were being replaced :D They had contacted Audi UK who told them to replace the injectors no matter what!! Result! Had a crappy 1.6 A3 as a loan car; thing couldn't pull the skin of a rice pudding!!
Got my cruise control bits from Jonny on here and also got some carbon fibre mirror covers en route
All I need now is a new job as I'm now unemployed......
Its very much up in the air at the moment and I could potentially still have a job in a couple of weeks but in the meantime I'im jobless :(
fair enough mate
Well this morning's job was to retro fit the cruise control; big thanks goes to Jonny (JB0o) from here for supplying the kit and help over the phone as I got stuck removing the steering ECU
Few pics of taking everything apart
New indicator and cruise unit fitted
Back together again
Total time was approx 90 minutes including a quick test drive :smiley: Knowing how to remove the steering ECU I could easily have fitted it in under an hour
Saved a fair chunk of money too :)
Looks great, hats off for doing it yourself!!!! :hi:
Nice one Rhyso, could have chucked a FB RS6 wheel in there whilst you were at it :ninja: :laugh: :wub:
Positivity is the key :wub:
Yeh that always helps lmfao :laugh:
Well been using the cruise control extensively over the last week and its not bad at all; takes a little getting used to as whereas I'd naturally lift for corners, going downhill etc the cruise maintains the speed so it can feel like the car is pulling you along and its a strange sensation feeling it brake when heading down a hill
Works well on a nice motorway cruise; on my jaunt to Worcester I stuck it at 80mph and averaged 47mpg which is on a par with what I was getting but with lifting off etc etc :smiley:
Not much else has happened although I have fitted some LED numberplate lights
looks good fella , good job on the cruise fitting its like you have got loads of time on your hands or something lol soz buddy joking
Looking good mate.. .Nice lights!! :o.k:
It's official now then.... Not good mate
I used these
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And thanks to t8ups I now have lovely LED's lights :)
**** pics but you get the idea
And from the outside