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  1. Ok have a wee MK4 golf SDI an car has over seize wheels fitted, speedo reading about 5mile slower at 50, now I got a 3rd party VAG.COM but doest let me into or where I want to go to reset speedo. Any ideas or anyone has the tech or know of anyone, just like to get it sorted as Daughter is starting to drive. All reply would be appreciated
  2. mk4 golf gti mod advice.

    Hey there folks. Sorry if this has been covered or seems like newbie stuff ( I am) but I have myself a 2000 golf gti turbo and was wondering if you guys had any advice on modifications that are worth carrying out. I have had the car for a year but due to new houses and that it hasn't got much of my time. I've done things like New water pump and belt and general engine up keep and servicing but was looking to push the boat out a bit and start giving the car a bit more attention. I'm not a mechanic and to be honest will probably get the work done as I don't want to wreck the thing. Like I've said sorry for a "newbie" post but all comments welcome. Cheers. On a side note it's used as a daily at present but hopefully this is going to change soon.
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