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Unless you have your SKC then its a dealer job, if you have it then you can do the procedure with vagcom.
There is software available which reads your SKC but it uses a special cable and isn't widely available.
IMO its worth it to pay your local dealer around ?70+VAT to fit, code the immobiliser and both key fobs.

If the mileage barrier has been passed (100KM) on your new clusters then you are stuck with it as far as I know, also dealers aren't keen on fitting clusters with mileage.
My clocks were recoded by the seller before being sent to me so came as 0 mileage.
 

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i had a feeling that you would answer my
problem gary.m..the parts chap told me that the milage on the bora
clocks would be the one that stays.
That's correct if the mileage is currently set at over 100KM.

If it is then I would recommend you get it reset back to 0 before fitting.

It would make it easier if you click on "Quote" when replying instead
of copying and pasting - that way we can see which bit you are quoting and which bit you have typed. [:)]
 

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gary its only got 8846 miles on the clock.the
parts chap says that they cant reset them?.he told me that if they cock
it up they have to order new ones in?.sounds a bit extreme to
me.
There are people out there who will reset the mileage for a relativly small fee.
 

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does any one know how to get the how many miles til refil working.
If its not there in the menu then the software within your cluster doesnt have that option.

To get it you would need an internal chip reflashing with new software.

I was lucky, my cluster already had it.
 
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