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First question for everybody is...
Recently got a Citigo 1.0MPi Elegance spec, when I've been driving around, occasionally I'll hit a pothole or a speed bump which seems to trigger the traction control light flashing.
The wheels don't lose traction but the power is restricted until the light stops flashing and goes off again.
A colleague at work says this may be down to a faulty ABS wheel sensor, does that sound right?
Time is of the essence as I have 2 months warranty that expires in December so might as well get it looked at right?
Any help is much appreciated
I have just bought a used 2014 Citigo Black Edition with the six speaker pack and everything about the car is great.
However, when connecting to the PID device (GARMIN) over Bluetooth and playing music, my left and right audio channels are the wrong way around. Sounds that should come from the right speaker come from the left speaker and vice versa. Playing from the same device (iPhone SE 64GB.) via an aux cable everything is correct and stereo sound is fine. All sound settings on car stereo and PID are set to default. The issue is only with Bluetooth audio through the PID. The iPhone works correctly with Bluetooth headphones (Left and right channels are correct).
Any ideas on how to fix it? Dealer has told me to bring it back to the workshop...
I'm sure that this is discussed elsewhere within the forum, but, I would like to know what sort or mileage members are getting when on a long European run.
In November, I'll be heading from Kent down to Milan in our CitiGo Greentech (75). How many times do you think I will need to refuel on the way there? I'll be sticking to the motorways.
I currently have a 14 plate citigo black edition which has fog lights.
I also kinda want dtrl but I know that they cannot be fitted as they would by Skoda. Has anyone tried to add dtrl or to do what I was thinking to do and add halos onto/around the fog lights eg https://www.amazon.co.uk/MICTUNING-Power-Projector-Universal-Light/dp/B01EUTXGNE/ref=sr_1_6?s=automotive&ie=UTF8&qid=1503499501&sr=1-6&keywords=halo+rings
please could I have some advice on this matter
I've terminated the PCP on my Citigo Black Edition (what a great little car!) a month early as I've put a deposit down on a new set of wheels. I asked Skoda finance if the car could be collected ASAP as I'm hopefully picking up the new car by the end of this week / early next week. They've told me that the Citigo must remain insured, taxed and MOT'd up to the point where British Car Auctions collect it. I understand the need for the vehicle to be taxed and MOT'd but the insurance is the pain as I want to move this over to the new car.
What I need to know is;
Why must the vehicle remain insured? Is it purely incase anything happens to it whilst I'm waiting for collection? Surely the auction house is insured for taking the vehicle away?
Whats the turn around time for British Car Auctions to collect the car? The Skoda finance people said I can pester them to speed up the process if needs be but I'm just curious what other peoples experiences are.