Cuprabob

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About Cuprabob

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    Mercedes E55 AMG
  • Birthday 04/27/1966

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    Ayrshire
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    VW Golf R32
  1. Reseting my MFD2

    Just try both a see what happens. I came across the following; To do a factory Re-set, first press the INFO button (at the bottom left of the MFD2)Then press SYSTEM SETTINGS to open the main menu for system settings. In the top right hand corner will be a FACTORY SET button. Pressing that resets the unit to factory default
  2. Reseting my MFD2

    IIRC to reset it you press "eject" key along with one of the "arrow" keys. You could also try disconnecting the battery. To resolve the issue you.may need to update the firmware again.
  3. Oil light on

    It could just be a faulty sensor but the best thing to do is have the oil pressure checked to confirm it not low due to a faulty oil pump. Once you've confirmed the pressure is OK and there is no risk to the engine you can focus on the sensor and the wiring.
  4. MkV Golf R32 - SOLD

    Lovely example, surprised the chains and the DMF needed done at such a low mileage.
  5. Don't worry another set will be along in 8 years...
  6. Golf TDI 06 won't lock, drivers door open fault

    Hope it all turns out Rosie for you...
  7. Golf TDI 06 won't lock, drivers door open fault

    You would have thought a soon to return Coronation Street actress and girlfriend of Celtic footballer Scott Sinclair would have a better car than a Golf. It really depends on what the T&Cs of the warranty says and in particular what the exceptions are. It will be the micro switch on the door module as Tipex says. It's one of the many common faults on Golfs of that era.
  8. Coincidence!

    It would be ironic if when you did see it the owner was checking / inflating tyres.
  9. LED Headlamps

    The Mazda implementation of the system isn't as good.... Car ends up on vehicle's roof at Kirkcaldy Station car park - http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-edinburgh-east-fife-38577127
  10. 3/4 bed villa in Orlando

    I know what you mean but I enjoyed the circuit tour plus walking along the boardwalk looking at the names of all the Land Speed Records and seeing where they took place. Also I was their during a bike event, which certainly wasn't "child friendly" Cocoa Beach is a much nicer place.
  11. 3/4 bed villa in Orlando

    Also, make sure you make the time to visit the Kennedy Space Centre just to see how big a Saturn V rocket actually is. Daytona Beach and the race circuit are also worth a visit too, if you have time Just by chance I took the boat across the lake to Magic Kingdom and although I didn't have any children with me I agree with what Waylamder says, the kids around me were mesmerised as was I :-)
  12. Look No Stabilisers

    It'll help those people that can't get both feet down at the lights.
  13. Look No Stabilisers

    You can just imagine forgetting to switch off the "follow me" function...
  14. LED Headlamps

    Ah bugger...