My Moro Blue MK1 roadster

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Darin
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Re: My Moro Blue MK1 roadster

Post by Darin »

Morning Tabby I can email as I can’t seem to upload. I haven’t seen another. Let me know. My email,is Darin.davis@hotmail.com
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Darin

Tabby18
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Re: My Moro Blue MK1 roadster

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Progress update... with the car being a bit of an unknown, I took it to the local Audi dealership for a vehicle inspection. There were quite a lot of jobs needing doing but they price matched a local independent, so the car has now had a new drop link, driveshaft and CV joint, cam belt, waterpump and brake fluid. I’ve bought VCDS and cleared the old fault codes and all is now running well.

Tabby18
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Re: My Moro Blue MK1 roadster

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This weekend’s task was to fit an original air box and filter as I wasn’t happy with the aftermarket version fitted by a previous owner. Having ordered the air box I was hopeful the secondary air pump and lines were still installed and fortunately they were, so these were connected up. At the same time I fitted a new battery as the car had been struggling to hold charge. The difference in the performance and sound of the car is amazing - so much better now! I just need to find the fuse box holder and front piece of the battery box and then can fit the top cover to complete the restoration to original.
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