A few items for sale in the classifieds.
Full set of facelift LED rear lights:
Interior light with map lights in Soul Black...
Okay, fitted a new battery last Wednesday, and the car hasn't missed a beat since (touch wood).
Successfully erased the fault codes today, so fingers crossed it was all down to a failing battery (that a local tyre & exhaust place told me was fine).
I'd say for a couple of weeks now I've noticed the car taking longer to crank over when warm, or sometimes only just firing in time before the battery giving up (bit embarrassing on the garage forecourt).
So finally managed to get to scan the car today. Before scanning the car I thought it...
As the title says, anyone heard of or used this company?
Apparently their software allows you to add speed camera POI's, but more importantly the ability to use 7 digit postcode with OEM maps on the RNS-E?
No, I already had the SW0220 version installed from my 2014 disc.
If memory serves correct, the rns-e automatically updates when a disc with newer soft/firmware is loaded.
I'd be interested if your seller does manage to get a 7 digit postcode working. I can only guess he is using the software...
Just got a 2015 disc, no firmware update (I'm already running SW0220 from a 2014 disc) and it doesn't support 7 digit postcodes :(
Have found a company online that claim their software can add the ability to use 7 digit postcode?
Anyone have any experience...
Quick search on Google brought these up:
Another vote for Nigel.
Great guy, great service
Or if you don't want to shell out the money for a cable, then you can do as Leshkin suggests and ask someone close to you if they will scan/code for beer tokens from the VCDS map:
Yep, the rear springs are independent from the shocks, so don't need breaking down and building back up. Literally just need to compress the spring, pop em out, compress the new ones and pop em in.
At least that's what a garage told me Lol