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Old 1st August 2011, 01:58   #16
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New battery installed; however the light still persists. I shall have it checked at the Fiat workshop tomorrow.
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A.S.S will take a stab at it tomorrow. Called up Tata owned Worli center which gave me an appointment for August 8 and suggested I call up Bombay Cycle Co at Churchgate. BCC gave me an appointment for tomorrow. But I guess thanks to my call to Fiat First 1-800 number, Worli called me back and asked me to come at 9 tomorrow. While I am sure BCC is good, I'd much rather stick to the company owned center.
Boss at Worli you may contact Mr. Parag , he is a service adviser , a very helpful person .
He has helped me twice when my Linea broke down .On both ocasions the car was immobile and he sent a flat bed truck to transport my car from my office to worli work shop.
When the actual defect was being done up I asked him to carryout some other small jobs to be done and they were done too.
Hats off to Fiat.Regards.
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Boss at Worli you may contact Mr. Parag , he is a service adviser , a very helpful person .
He has helped me twice when my Linea broke down .On both ocasions the car was immobile and he sent a flat bed truck to transport my car from my office to worli work shop.
When the actual defect was being done up I asked him to carryout some other small jobs to be done and they were done too.
Hats off to Fiat.Regards.
Yes - Parag's helped me before. Most of them are pretty eager to help.
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Yes - Parag's helped me before. Most of them are pretty eager to help.
Yes dear , All others vetrens including Maruti must learn something from these new comers in the market.
They are a example for them for the services they provide to their customers with a smile, without asking silly and irritating questions if any component or part to be replaced under warrantty others always shy away unlike Fiat of cource.
Has any one heard about a car broken down on road and carried on a Flat Bed truck to their workshops..that too free.of cost....NO.is the reply, this happens only with Fiat. Fiat plss keep it up . Regards.
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So after 5 years or so, the display is completely dead again. It was earlier spewing out some random gibberish which looked like a mix of Roman and Cyrillic letters. Last few days, it is completely blank. A check on some international fiat forums had led me to believe that the LCD will need replacement. It's a jam I'd rather not be in. I was planning on getting rid of the car and getting a replacement - now with no odometer reading, I shall have to get it fixed irrespective to get a proper market value.
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