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Old 17th July 2009, 11:02   #796
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Sachin my service adviser from RNS has joined as works manager @ Nexus, #62, 80ft Road, Opp MSR Hospital, BEL Rd, RMV 2nd stage, 2nd block. Maybe useful for people in that side of town, also any feedbacks on the garage might be helpful for me.
Jaggu,

I drive via new BEL Road everyday on my way to work. Will check this place out and let you know.

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Thanks GPA that would be great! Please see if they are a MASS, i forgot to check with him yesterday when he called since i was in a meeting.
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Jaggu, Nexus has been there for long and it is a MASS. But i dont have a good opinion on them as i used to get my earlier car serviced there and was not happy with the experience and shifted to RNS yeshwanthpur, which used to be good then.

Now that i am in Kerala i dont know their current service quality.
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Jaggu, Nexus is very much a MASS and from what I have heard they are pretty good at what they do.
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Wok thats partially a good news, anyways one of these days will visit the place and then decide if this is going to be the MASS for Snowhite. Atleast Sachin is there as works manager so should get decent service.
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a long term update about using delvac MX. after 4000k, my engine sounds pretty much the same. Since my TASC is anal about using castrol GTX D, I'll be using that for another year till i switch to an independent garage.
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Need advice:

While I was driving, the door open warning light came on along with the roof lamp. I stopped, checked all doors including the dicky but all was well. I observed that the light came on whenever I pressed the accelerator and went off as soon as I released the pedal.

Whats wrong ? Is the wiring short somewhere ?
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a long term update about using delvac MX. after 4000k, my engine sounds pretty much the same. Since my TASC is anal about using castrol GTX D, I'll be using that for another year till i switch to an independent garage.

Its OT green! you tired on a TDi engine and 4000 is what term?

I did 2k almost on Delvac; I am happy.
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Need advice:

While I was driving, the door open warning light came on along with the roof lamp. I stopped, checked all doors including the dicky but all was well. I observed that the light came on whenever I pressed the accelerator and went off as soon as I released the pedal.

Whats wrong ? Is the wiring short somewhere ?
Get all the door/ boot switches checked. The alignment of the one of the switches would be out.
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@ jk. I had posted earlier that I had tried out delvac, and jaggu wanted to me to post the long term update, thats why!

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And yes i would definitely love to hear from your user experience on MX though the engines might be different.
that Between Delvac MX and Castrol GTD, Delvac wins hands down is obvious!. Lets see how it fares with GTX diesel

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Get all the door/ boot switches checked. The alignment of the one of the switches would be out.
Did that. All was ok. Also, had that been the case, the light would be on permanently. The light comes on as soon as I accelerate and goes off once I remove the foot off the pedal !
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Did that. All was ok. Also, had that been the case, the light would be on permanently. The light comes on as soon as I accelerate and goes off once I remove the foot off the pedal !


Please do check the central locking sensor switch under the bonnet lid. Has happened to my Swift VDi as well & the bonnet sensor was found to be bent due to the weight of the bonnet.
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Checked that too !!!
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Bump: Guys, this needs attention !
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I think it is one of the door switches that has lost contact /loose wiring. take it to MASS and they will fix the issue.
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