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Old 13th July 2007, 00:37   #1
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The supporter of the Engine for Santro Zip drive car is not proper it seems. Is it feasible to correct the existing one or how do i go about it??

Need your valuable suggestions on the same!!!
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Old 13th July 2007, 08:18   #2
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Engine supporter? Do you mean the engine mounts?
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what makes you think that the engine mounts are not good enough and from where did you get this information ?
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Question Mechanic was heard tellin

Heard the Mechanic telin the same. If it prolongs there are chances that the engine might collapse down.
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there are chances that the engine might collapse down.
Very unlikely to happen if you have rusted mounts which is doubtful in Bangalore weather.
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Did your car ever suffer a front end shunt? Otherwise the instances of Engine mounts failing are quite rare.
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jramprakash, for a moment I thought you were a supporter of Santro engines
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jramprakash, for a moment I thought you were a supporter of Santro engines
Very Funny. At first, I've also felt it like that way seeing the title !!!!

jramprakash : If the engine mounts are not rusted or having any defects, you don't need to worry about them.
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Old 23rd July 2007, 22:56   #9
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Default very correct!!!

Should have made the title of the thread more apt...

N'd hey the car has not had anysort of Shut!!! or i guess head on collisions of any sort!!!
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jramprakash, for a moment I thought you were a supporter of Santro engines
honestly even I thought the same thing , i have a santro so was very happy to read the title. hehe.
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jramprakash, for a moment I thought you were a supporter of Santro engines
Even i thought the same gulgulumaal !
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