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Old 19th June 2009, 18:53   #136
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I think they should be. I have ordered my Set, So I will confirm once I get all the stuff.
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Old 20th June 2009, 18:17   #137
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Heman, keep up posted if you manage to get parts from them.
I got the parts from Sai Service Borivali (E). Costed my 181/-

I managed to put the Cable and also attach the switches. But man the Boot Lock is hard to open. I think there is some kind of bolt below the nut, I was not able to open it with all my might.


Can anyone help me on that please or do I have to go to a Mechanic.
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Old 20th June 2009, 19:17   #138
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Can any of the remote boot lid experts confirm if this can be done on a WagonR Lxi and the part numbers ?
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Old 20th June 2009, 21:02   #139
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Can any of the remote boot lid experts confirm if this can be done on a WagonR Lxi and the part numbers ?
just got the parts. Gotta sit on the job tomorrow. can anyone suggest the best way to route the cable from the lever to the boot lock?
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Old 21st June 2009, 10:45   #140
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Where did you source it from in Bangalore?
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Where did you source it from in Bangalore?
Nema auto agency (or something like that -its Nema for sure) in rammurthy nagar. PM me for my phone number and call me .I'll help you on that. In fact I live very close by.
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Old 21st June 2009, 21:31   #142
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LOL I am In Pune & have already ordered my set. I asked so that others in Bangalore would know where they can order
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LOL I am In Pune & have already ordered my set. I asked so that others in Bangalore would know where they can order
then the option is open for everybody else who needs to get the parts.
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then the option is open for everybody else who needs to get the parts.
I actually requested Techno to get me a set from Pune as I was not getting it in Bangalore. My service guy said if there are a few people interested then he can order set of 5-6 but he doesnt want to order just one.

I also asked him for the VXi external mirrors which are internally adjustable.
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just got the parts. Gotta sit on the job tomorrow. can anyone suggest the best way to route the cable from the lever to the boot lock?
Are you trying a DYI on a WagonR Lxi ? If yes, do let me know how it goes and the part details.
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Old 22nd June 2009, 12:22   #146
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Default The bootlid bug

After reading this thread could not sleep on Monday and Tuesday. Took 2 hrs off from office and went to Essar automobile to find the spares are out of stock. Searched in J.C road could find only cable in CAR Automobiles and paid 170rs and brought it. Went back to ESSAR ordered all spares. Their executive Shankar helped me to get the spares. He called me three time to update the status and on Saturday and confirmed the spares availability. Got the spares and finished the job in 15Min on Sunday morning before the breakfast
Remote Boot Opener in ALTO LXi - Edit: Info on Pg 3 & 8 and a Detailed DIY on pg 13-old-striker.jpg

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The part number for Cable is 83350M79G20
Yes, i got the Fuel lid cable (part no. 83360M79G50) used the same - will change when i am re doing my Audio setup

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Nice pictures & another goof DIY. Thanks for posting the details Mohang
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After reading this thread could not sleep on Monday and Tuesday. Took 2 hrs off from office and went to Essar automobile to find the spares are out of stock.


Yes, i got the Fuel lid cable (part no. 83360M79G50) used the same - will change when i am re doing my Audio setup
exactly what i needed. 1 question. Why would you have to change the fuel lid cable? can't the existing cable work?
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What he means is that he too got wrong cable i.e. instead of boot opener he got a fuel lid opener cable
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Old 23rd June 2009, 10:24   #150
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What he means is that he too got wrong cable i.e. instead of boot opener he got a fuel lid opener cable
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exactly what i needed. 1 question. Why would you have to change the fuel lid cable? can't the existing cable work?
Hi,
You can use the cable but needs to route properly, otherwise boot lid will not lock. But it is manageable just role the cable and don't tie near right corner of the wheel well
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