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Old 4th March 2009, 10:30   #616
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Congrats Tsk1979. Wish you and your Horse the very best.
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Badhai ho Tanveer! Time to restart Reclaiming!
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Congrats Tanveer and keep riding the horse with full power

Reclaim you Life
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Thanks for your wishes guys!
I am currently watching the service light every time I drive. I am hoping that it does not come again! This has been one bumpy ride, hope sailing is smooth from now on!
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I am currently watching the service light every time I drive.
LOL, Tanveer, remember what Jim Morrison said:
Ah keep your eyes on the road, Your hands upon the wheel. Keep your eyes on the road. Your hands upon the wheel. ...

Enjoy your upcoming trip!
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At first with just fuel pump change, the service light did not come in 4th and 5th gear, but when he took her to 80 in second gear, error code used to prop up.
Hey Tanveer,
Must be feeling much relieved. Hope the problems are shunted out for good now. Just wondering what you meant by '80 in second gear'? Can u do such speeds in Safari?
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"Nazar na lag jaye tere kode nu"

Hoping for more travel pis stories soon.
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Good to know that the horse gallops again, so the return line from the pressure release valve was the culprit, smsrini, you have a hint.
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Hey Tanveer,
Must be feeling much relieved. Hope the problems are shunted out for good now. Just wondering what you meant by '80 in second gear'? Can u do such speeds in Safari?
I never do that, but apparently thats top speed in second gear. The workshop people did that to test the issue

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Good to know that the horse gallops again, so the return line from the pressure release valve was the culprit, smsrini, you have a hint.
Nope, they are not sure. Lot of stuff like common rail was changed. They suspect it but not sure. Even the hose pipe from Solenoid Valve to EGR was changed.
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Nope, they are not sure. Lot of stuff like common rail was changed. They suspect it but not sure. Even the hose pipe from Solenoid Valve to EGR was changed.
The EGR hose pipe will contain only exhaust gases as EGR handles only that, it has no relation to the Fuel system.

Perhaps they ran out of options but definitely one of the common rail components between the valve pipes and the rail.

But all's well that ends well, enjoy!.
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So here is the list of parts which were changed
1. Common Rail
2. Fuel Pump
3. Injectors
4. High Pressure lines
5. Fuel recirculation line
6. EGR rubber hose thingy(its some 35rs or something)
7. Some misc lines, and pipes(basically everything related to common rail)
Tanveer, Also to note that you have got all new above parts on your ride, which should make it "brand new" car from some vital parts perspective.
Good show!!
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Good to know that the horse gallops again, so the return line from the pressure release valve was the culprit, smsrini, you have a hint.
Is that a minor fault? i wonder if Tata will recall the part and have it changed in all 2008 models of the same batch?..doubt that.

In any case it seems that they really went all out to try and address the problem and due must be given for that..

All one can say now is CONGRATULATIONS Tanveer and my sincere wishes that your steed has a trouble free life.

I must commend you for showing exemplary patience in dealing with the problem and not losing your cool with the workshop or TML as that would not have resolved anything.

Looking forward to some fantastic pictures of your Sangla trip!
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Phew good news at the end. Congrats Tanveer

Wish you many happy miles of offroading
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Is that a minor fault? i wonder if Tata will recall the part and have it changed in all 2008 models of the same batch?..doubt that.
You can answer that yourself by answering the following:

- Does it cause the engine to stall ?
- Does it cause any performance related problems ?
- Does it hamper any kind of engine functions ?

The issue was that the sensor was detecting some anomaly and therefore the service light. Imagine if this had happened in the earlier Diesel engines(no sensors), noone would even know.

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In any case it seems that they really went all out to try and address the problem and due must be given for that..
Yes, that goes without saying.
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Imagine if this had happened in the earlier Diesel engines (no sensors), noone would even know.
So very true, Dadu!
And that is one reason why taxi drivers, particularly in the remoter areas of the hills, did not take to these CRDe vehicles!
Sometimes, ignorance is bliss! And the car keeps chugging along! Nothing more is required.
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