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Old 15th September 2011, 17:02   #331
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Default Re: Tata Safari 3.0 DICOR (burnt) Spare-parts needed!

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Meerut, Thanks for that. What is this auto-mandi? All the parts that I have sourced till now are from Delhi Mayapuri. All hopes towards MEERUT, now.
soti ganj.
A lot of acrapped vehicles end up here on piecemeal basis.
so much so that they can fashion a a component out bits from different cars.

Read something about them building a complete car, an MS maybe, out of bits and pieces.
seemed a long one, but cant put anything by them.
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Bosch MAF (mass air flow) Sensor Part Number: 269915409949

can you post the pic. I might have one from 2.2 with me.
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Bosch MAF (mass air flow) Sensor Part Number: 269915409949

can you post the pic. I might have one from 2.2 with me.
Yea.. yea the part number is correct. Is it the same one for 2.2 and 3.0L. Heck I am 15 kms away at home from the mechanic shop so can't put up the pictures now, will do it tomorrow for sure. But it is similar to the below featured picture on bosch website:

Bosch - Air Mass Sensors

Please let me know if you need further details I will PM you.
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Default Re: Tata Safari TCIC 2,30,000+ km review!

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Few things:
1) If you put smaller tyres, the next buyer is going to negotiate that out of you and will pay lesser than for a vehicle with newer/stock tyres and you may lose more than what you save today
2) Lesser resistance and lower weight may not compensate for the ~4% drop in distance covered per revolution in a 215 v/s 235
3) A 16" rim size at no time ensures a better fuel economy than 15" rims unless you take the tyre profile into account also.

While I feel you've made up your mind about the 215s I'd suggest you reconsider!

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Hi adi,
i havent made up my mind. while i was hoping its the right decision ( to downgrade the tyre size ) , i am confused as well. otherwise i would've gone ahead and done the needful without procrastinating.
See at the very bottom of all this - whether the vehicle can be retained without having to replace new things one after another. That expense i can do without
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Tata Safari Dicor 2.2 VTT Lx reached Trissur in Kerala from Mumbai. After her 2 day rest enroute to Palakkad the front joint star of the shaft broke and cut the main inlet diesel pipe made a lot of noice before settling the shaft above the silencer. Got her towed to Hyson Motors and left for work. Pls find attached their estimate for all work. Is it worth doing from TASC Thrissur or from some local shop in Mumbai after only getting the shaft rectified. Pls urgently help.
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