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  1. Hi All. Sorry if this has been covered prev... but my Polo ( IV N9 2002 1.4 16V 74hp 55 kW ) has a Rear Shock Absorber bolt (16MM) that is spinning at the top attachment to the body. I was replacing the rear shocks and unable to undo the top bolts I paid a garage to release the Bolts with a 'ratchet' gun so I could undo them with a socket set. It appears the 'Captive ' ? nut inside the body has detached ? and is spinning. Does anyone have a solution please ? Even if it means cutting into the internal wheel arch to fix/find/sort the Captive nut ? some how ? Thanks in advance Cheers Buzz9n
  2. Hi Guys, I need a little help please, today i took my car to the car wash and on the way back home i got a warning light, it was to do with lights not working. i checked around and found my rear driver-side number plate light out, so planned to change it tomorrow, tonight when i got info the car i realised my passenger rear light was out also. I'm a little bit thick when it comes to things like this but to sounds like a fuse as apposed to light bulbs. Its a 2011 Polo 1.2 D, any ideas, seems a bit odd its to different lights on the same fuse, or could it be different fuses blown because of water from car wash? Any help including fuses numbers to check would be great fully received.
  3. m10 x 32 are the rear stub axle bolts: N 90758901. they are 4 on each side is the pitch 1.25 or 1.5 on these bolts? for some reason the bolts came out okay with the impact gun on both sides of the rear axle but on the left side of the axle all 4 of the bolts are hard to go back in unless i use a impact gunon full setting then they go in. thinking of putting a m10 tap through. threads look allright in axle but on the bolt kind of sheers/brightens them up. but with an impact gun id get them in. once thier in , never comeing back out as im doing rear disc conversion. dont wanna mess things up further by using the tap. difficult one because i think max torque on those bolts are 50nm ive ordered some new bolts also, should have them on wednesday. might just put oil on them and use impact gun.
  4. Hello, I've got a three part question for which I cannot find an answer for the life of it. My car is a MK2F Polo. 1. Can anyone get a bit more specific on what kind of carriers I need from the Audi 80 from 1985 for the MK2 GTI vented brake upgrade? I've found two Audi 80s, from that time. Contacted one of them, he said he has them, but for solid brake disc setup - does it make a difference? 2. Would Golf MK1 shocks fit front and back on my car? Has anyone tried it? I read somewhere that they are bigger and shorter, but fronts should fit except that the diameter for the topmount is bigger on the front. What about the rears? Asking because I can get Koni Sports for a MK1 for cheap 3. I've read inside out about the DIY Front coilovers, but how does one do it in the same manner on the rear? Welding the perches to shocks??
  5. Hi All Anyone know if the plastic arch trim from a Mk1 Caddy would fit a Polo Mk2F, in the description it says Golf>Caddy, I get the Golf arch is bigger, but the caddy and polo wheels show 13-15" where as the golf is 13-16" (according to wheel-size.com) https://www.vwheritage.com/171898700-wheel-arch-trim-set-gti-vw-spare I dont mind abit of time a heatgun work... I take it Mk2f repair panels are like hens teeth, and not really looking to do the Golf arch conversion or start learing to make an arch from a blank sheet 😕 chars
  6. dvderlm

    rear facing camera

    I've got a dashcam that I've been using and gives reasonable pictures and sound. I had to turn down the sensitivity because potholes+lowered is too many false alarms. It did record the impact noise GPS location and me swearing when I got rear shunted and i walked the culprit around the front of my car so I had him on video. Nice guy, he was interested in the engine. BUT the next accident might not be with such a nice driver. So really I think I need a rear camera too. Any recommendations? Does not need a screen.
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