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Hello,
I have just taken delivery on a 2011 GOLF TDI DSG with cold weather package, Sunroof and Dynaudio.
I live in Westford, MA USA.
This morning it was 6 degrees F and it started right up, so I'm pretty happy about that.
The only modification I am considering is a backup camera, so if anyone has any experience with that I would be happy to hear about it.
First 60 miles were great.
 

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If you're willing to get the OEM RNS 510 GPS system you can add the OEM backup camera. If you have the RCD 510 stock radio, although it has a screen it's not possible to add the camera to it. FYI, think about using a cold weather lubricity additive, it'll make the car a little happier and help lubricate the fuel.

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Welcome Lyleshaw. I live in Wilton NH, and commute to Marlboro Ma. I agree with Chitty, that you should use a lubricity additive. I use Stanadyne lubricity formula. I have also found the Sunoco station at exit 7 in Nashua sells B2 Biodiesel. I had experienced some of the hiccups early on, when using Shell Diesel. I switched to Irving, and left all that behind me.. Drive On !!!
 

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Lubricity Additive

Thanks for the advice. Hopefully we are past the really cold weather now. I am a little leery of the biodiesel, at least until the warranty expires. Glad to hear that you are having good luck with it.
 
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