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g10
11-03-2019 12:24
HI Guys, can anyone assist with cluster coding? My Fr cluster is giving issues, i bought a Cupra cluster from a scrapyard but it needs to be coded to car. (Keys, immobilizer, mileage etc)

S-Cape
27-02-2019 08:15
Thanks Hubbly, I will check it out

hubbly_bubbly
21-02-2019 12:08
No need for cable. Can also be done with cable and vcds though

hubbly_bubbly
21-02-2019 12:07

S-Cape
21-02-2019 10:12
Hi guys, how do I reset the service alarm on my Leon 2L tdi? I got a cable with the following ID.. Kkl VAG-Com for 409.1 is there a section in the forum for this?

SMOKED-ZN
05-02-2019 17:13
its actually very clean so im happy with it

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SEAT SPORT SETS TONGUES WAGGING
NewsThe SEAT Sport team came to the fore this past Saturday, showing great promise as they managed to qualify Graeme Nathan in Pole Position and leave Kyalami with a victory in their first race weekend.

The two SEAT Leon Cupra’s of Graeme Nathan and Phillip Kekana were only finished 10 days before the race meeting and by all accounts should be undergoing an extensive development programme. Instead, they gave notice of their intention to dominate South African motorsport with an emphatic display of outright pace and reliability.

An electronic niggle hampered Phillip Kekana’s progress as he tried in vain to overcome an ESP gremlin which surfaced on race-day. Despite this, Phillip managed to keep his Leon Cupra both on the pace and on the track, despite a torrential rainstorm, reminiscent of a monsoon. Phillip never put a foot wrong, driving well within his limits in order to bring the car home in one piece.

It was Graeme Nathan who threw caution to the wind, leading the pack from pole position before being overtaken during the safety-car period. Graeme was compromised by the driver ahead of him who drove defensively, slowing him to the extent that a second driver managed to pass him, thus relegating him to third.

In race 2, Graeme led from flag-to-flag, winning the race and setting a new lap record in the process.

“We couldn’t have scripted a better start to our motorsport career with SEAT,” quipped an ecstatic Team Manager, Martin Steer. “Pole position, a race win and a lap record, all on debut. It doesn’t get better than that,” he enthused.

“SEAT’s debut at Kyalami on Saturday was both exciting and emotional for the brand. The win and new lap record achieved by Graeme Nathan in the Leon Cupra only confirmed what our customers already know – that SEAT’s sporty performance is second to none in its class. The day was a triumph for the brand and a public declaration of the competitive spirit of SEAT Sport in the motorsport arena. We look forward with keen anticipation to the 2008 motorsport season” said Carrin Merkel, SEAT Sales and Marketing Manager.

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