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  1. first things first. does the engine turn over? if no. your problem lies between igntion switch and startermotor. if it DOES turn over, do you have a spark? if yes. check all plugs to make sure each one is getting a spark. if yes, check injectors are pulsing. if yes again then it will start . if no spark. make SURE your alarm was removed properly. after that, you need vag com or a qualified mechanic to come and check it.
  2. first of all guys and girls may i wish you all a happy new year. secondly, i apologise tha i havent been on here for a while, events of the xmas period have left me pretty much unable to get on the laptop! im back to work as usual now so will be adding my usual answers etc . all the best for 2012. Badger CB Motorsport
  3. thats it. its actually a control module that runs the fans and the auxilliary pump. the fuses are for the fans. but it may be the module its self that is faulty as the pump should run for 10 minutes weather its hot or cold.
  4. sorry i did mean whilst changing the handle, late night half cut replies are not a smart move. it sounds like your alarm system is playing up, OR have the fob tested to make sure both buttons are putting out a signal
  5. if you look at the front page of the electrical threads, there is a complete mk3 fusebox Diagram that i posted. the thicker cable leading to the yellow plug, is indeed for aircon. the difference is weather its just air con or if it has complete climate control . the little green plug, similiar to the white plug, both with red and black cable leading to them are left disconnected. i cant remember off the top of my head what they are for unfortunately.
  6. sure you havent disturbed a plug or pipe whilst changing the plug, either that or the alarm system is playing up.
  7. pump should run on for a while weather it is hot or cold, mine used to ,and 2 other friends cars also do it . :so it could be a faulty fan control module .
  8. check for air leaks , and also clean the throttle body. if you have access to vag-com. have throttle body adaptation done as this can also cause problems.
  9. ive also had good experience with mer bumper and trim gel . OR buy some Hycote bumper and trim paint, and paint them . lasts for atleast a year if you do it properly, is a about £6 per can.
  10. happy days starting to think i should do this for a living
  11. as above and there are also earths above the left hand side light (looking from the rear of the car) again check all bulbs and connectors to the lights.
  12. you need the ecu,the black box and the chip from the key. BUT it is easier just to do the immo defeat
  13. ECU Swapping Prerequisites: Battery voltage at least 12.0 V. [select] [25 - Immobilizer] WHEN YOU READ THIS WITH VAGCOM. YOUR LOOKING FOR A 5 DIGIT NUMBER , DISPLAYED LIKE THIS CODING: 09600 . WHEN YOU LOGIN, USE THAT CODE! 09600 IS WHAT MINE SAID, YOURS MAY BE DIFFERENT! [Login - 11] *TYPE YOUR CODING NUMBER THAT YOU GAINED FROM THE ABOVE STEP* [OK] VAG-COM will validate the data you have entered and return you to the Login screen, where the Login Code will show as "XXXXX". [Do it!] [Adaptation - 10] Channel 000 [Read] [save] [Done, Go Back] [Close Controller, Go Back - 06] Sw
  14. in short, no you dont need to swap the whole lot, you can code the exisiting black box and key to the new ecu. give me a minute and ill post the how to (y)
  15. sorted guys. bit of etka research shows that the 12pin black plug is for vehicles fitted with airconditioning. so we wont be needing it anyway the other 2 plugs are to do with air conditioning aswell. so all is well cheers for the input guys
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