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  1. Did not fit, tried both MK3 and MK4 Golf Gaiters. I found a guy who's getting me a Cupra one from Sweden though
  2. So after hours of searching for ABS pumps all over the country (Lebanon) I decided to crack open my ABS control module and see what was causing the trouble. I had a code on the hydrolic pump being out of signal specifications. I opened up to see that the solder joints of the pump were simply broken. I re-soldered them and re-flowed the soldered parts all over the board and no more ABS light and it works great! Updating soon on the car, many things went with it
  3. Heat is your friend. Use a heat-gun or a hairdryer to melt the glue and just peal off.
  4. So my question is that Will a VW Golf MK4 Gear Gaiter fit a 6K2 Ibiza MK3? My 1.6SR 6K2 has a broken gear gaiter from the previous owner and I'm having a hard time to find a replacement one in my country (Lebanon) I saw a DIY guide on how to convert a VW Golf MK3 gaiter into an MK4 and it looked like gaiter in the 6K2 (Picture Below) (Pictures are not mine. They are borrowed from [url=http://forums.vwvortex.com/showthread.php?2871332-DIY-MKIV-Shift-Boot-Retrofit-(Retain-Trim-Ring)-*Cabrio-MKIII-Golf-Jetta*&highlight=MkIV]here[/url] Thank you in advanced!
  5. MK3 Golf *Update* The rear bench mounting points are different. Polo 6N Polo 6N2 Ibiza MK2 Cordoba MK2 Cordoba MK3 To find them, check this group on Facebook that's full of breaking Cupras! - Linky Link Link Mine also broke. Looking to fit Golf MK3 Recaros soon Cheers mate!
  6. Thanks mate! Yea I do . I see you drive a 6J. Awesome cars
  7. Hello Seat people! I write to you from Lebanon! I've been browsing forums about 6K2's for years now and I absolutely fell in love with the car and how it had character without being a very old classic car (Like an E30 or E28 BMW), and loved how it was different yet reliable. Thought it was the perfect first car for me to keep as a daily for years to come. I searched high and low for a 6K2. It was hard finding one which didn't have a blown engine or a bent chassis, but I eventually found my little black car. The car looked pretty average based on the condition it was in. It had a few bumps and scratches here and there, but the engine and chassis looked good so I was sold. It was in the color I wanted it to be in, and it was stick shift with a fair price. I filled it up with gas and changed the oil . This is what happened before the gas was fully used: - Clutch failed - Engine mount broke, hitting the oil filter making oil splatter everywhere - Driver's chair broke - Wiper arm got loose - ABS Pump failed - The driver side headliner mirror cover broke - The driver door trim broke. - Trunk Taillight leak - Spark Plugs and finally - Exhaust The previous owner of the car bought it on auction and sold it to me a month later, claiming that his wife did not want a stick shift car. The repairs: - The engine mount was $120 at the Steelers, so my mechanic (Who's a friend) had one custom made for me. - Oil was replaced with Coma Fully Synthetic 10W40 - Driver's chair was DIY-ed with a few wires and screws until I find another one from a scrap yard (Hopefully this month, I'll be free enough to search around) - Wiper arm was a stupid screw I fastened lol - The ABS pump was left as is, looking to grab a new one at the scrap yard to fit it in before Winter hits - Trims again scrap yard - Got Bosch German Platinum head plugs -A new exhaust with ****ty boxes, (Planned for an upgrade in the future) - Got new original Windows switches from AliExpress which fit great. - The taillight boot leak was fixed with some silicone Other problems with the car: - Needs a new drive-train on the passenger's side - New speakers were installed (But are under-powered) - A gas strut needs replacing for the boot - few bits and pieces here and there. Mods planned for the future: (Pics below are not mine!) - Home Coming lights (Lights coming on when you unlock the car like the interior light) - Rim refurbishing - Complete respray and detailing - Golf MK5 rear wiper mod (CHECK!) - Foldable Leon MK1 Mirrors - AUX Hack with a wired FM Module (CHECK) - Bluetooth hacked into the FM Module - LCR Splitter - Cupra Headlight mod (respraying the headlight frames black from the inside) The front will look something like this: - Seat ibiza 6L Seat Sport Shifter Knob - Momo Pedals - Sound System Upgrade (Huge fan of Metal and Electronic Music) : Front + Tweeters JBL GTO609C Premium 6.5-Inch Component Speaker System Back JBL GTO939 Premium 6 x 9 Inches Co-Axial Speaker Amplifier BOSS AUDIO PV3700 Phantom 3700-Watt Full Range, Class A/B 2 to 8 Ohm Stable 5 Channel Amplifier with Remote Subwoofer Level Control Wires 14Guage Speaker Wire Subwoofer Kenwood KSC-SW11 Compact Powered Enclosed Subwoofer LOC 2x PAC SNI-35 Variable LOC Thank you for staying with me for the long read Here's the car in all her glory as she sits now: That's my Bro's 1.6 DSG 2009 6L (Personally Prefer my 6K2) Debaged: Hope you all have a great day and stay with me throughout this project. The car's goal is to be reliable an improved to be driven and look completely stock while having a good amount of upgrades! Until the next update. Here's AvoK95 signing out