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Old 1st February 2007, 10:34   #16
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Just i saw your replies,
Fantastic and fast responses and i thought it was the problem with the car.

Thankyou very much .
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Old 2nd February 2007, 15:48   #17
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Dudes,
I have a doubt regarding rolling down the rear window of my WagonR.

After i roll it down fully, still three inches of glass is outside ( Basically i mean to say that it is not going down fully ).When i asked about it at the authorised service station, they are saying that it will be like that only for WagonR and Alto .

Is it really like that ? or these guys are lying .
Plz let me know
Maruti site says it's because to stop small kids from putting their hands outside....!!!!

Nice explanation....Isn't it ???
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Maruti site says it's because to stop small kids from putting their hands outside....!!!!

Nice explanation....Isn't it ???
So then kids who's folks have Esteems are allowed to put their hands outside.
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and my dad told me that was a security feature in our 1985 Padmani so that kids like me dont fall out when their dad is driving. lol I was 5 then ...
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talking about padminis...IMO it is not a security feature that avoids small kids from falling out of the car...lol. due to the absence of the quarter glass (rear) the rear windows doesnt roll down properly (ref: explanation @post no. 8).
the fiat uno has the same problem IMO.
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Thaks I really dint get that. lol


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talking about padminis...IMO it is not a security feature that avoids small kids from falling out of the car...lol. due to the absence of the quarter glass (rear) the rear windows doesnt roll down properly (ref: explanation @post no. 8).
the fiat uno has the same problem IMO.
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