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great post, will deffo come in handy


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My mates Lag II Tourer with the 2.0 IDE engine is a similar set-up - getting the two bottom lugs positioned can be the hardest part
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Also will work for the Scenic I. Great post
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My mates Lag II Tourer with the 2.0 IDE engine is a similar set-up - getting the two bottom lugs positioned can be the hardest part
i actually thought getting the 2 lugs on the bottom of the housing would be the hardest part but they went in really easily. Its just trying to get the housing back in to the small space that caught me out a little.
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