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|6th June 2008, 10:55||#1|
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suggestion reg Keeping INDIGO LS in good condition/better driving
I have been using petrol now moving to DIESEL.indigo LS 2004 already done 42K KM.
Do & donots while starting the vehicle .
which brand diesel is recommended?
is ADDITIVE good ? if yes which brand & mix ratio
what is the right pressure for (self driving) in city & hiways.
WITH 3-5 person what should be the right pressure on hiways?
what about pressure for hill incline/decline?
Any other things to be taken care of.THANKS A LOT
|6th June 2008, 11:11||#2|
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Answers to your queries already exist in our archive; please use the search facility to fish them out. Also, we would much appreciate your exercising a little discretion before opening a new thread. With only 124 posts, you have opened like 47 threads!
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