CitiRox Service and brake fluid flush and bleed

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Rascal69
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CitiRox Service and brake fluid flush and bleed

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Had a forum member bring his MK1 for a quick service and brake fluid flush.

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Re: CitiRox Service and brake fluid flush and bleed

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I like the system of writing kilos on the parts like oil/ Air Filter.
Good work.
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Re: CitiRox Service and brake fluid flush and bleed

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Unobeat wrote: Wed Sep 18, 2019 9:14 pm I like the system of writing kilos on the parts like oil/ Air Filter.
Good work.
Yes, its very convenient too, you always know if and when a part was replaced..
Current: 2007 ///M Coupe
Current: 2019 Fortuner 4x4

Ex: 2005 E55 AMG
Ex: 1998 BMW M3
Ex: 2011 REVO 2 Focus ST - 208wkw & 465nm's (FRnR)
Ex: 1994 E36 328i Track Car (Budler Motorsport built)
Ex: 2011 REVO 2 Mk6 GTI DSG - 200wkw & 452nm's (KAR)
Ex: 2007 REVO 2+ S3 - 12.7s @ 176km/h (Tarlton 2010) and 224km's on 1km (ODI)
Ex: 2006 Velo 1.6i | 2008 Velo 1.6i | 2005 Velo 1.4i | 2006 Polo 1.6i | 2012 Polo TDI | 2004 W203 C200K
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