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Old 21st November 2009, 22:17   #1486
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Default 45,000kms - 3rd Free Service

Detaiils of the work done -
  • Primary Seal Middle FR RH - Rs.396.44
  • Diesel Engine Oil CH4 15W40 Castrol GTX Diesel - Rs.1779.55
  • Assembly Oil Filter - Rs.161.78
  • Transpower TQ Power Steering Oil Castrol - Rs.387.56
  • Differential Oil EP 85W140 Castrol - Rs.477.78
  • 10gm Wheel Weight - Rs.426.67
  • Taper Roller Bearing Outer - Warranty
  • Bearing Tapper Roller
  • Grease EP2 Castrol - Rs.100
  • R/R Front Wheel Replace Parts - Warranty
  • Wheel Balance - Rs.600
  • Exterior Treatment - WaxOyl(Mega) (Engine Flush out done ) - Rs.760
  • Wheel Alignment - Rs.450
  • 12.5% VAT - Rs.466.22
  • Service Tax 10% -Rs.181
  • Education Cess - Rs.3.62
  • S&HE Cess - Rs.1.81
Total - Rs.6192

Split Charges Details -

1. Parts - Rs.4196/-
2. Labour - Rs.1996/-
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Old 21st November 2009, 22:53   #1487
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45k kms crossed, is it.

So, you were charged for consumables and also the labour; so what is free in this "free service"? The wash?
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Old 21st November 2009, 23:06   #1488
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Smile Fixed: IRVM LCD (on VX) causing radio interference

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This is a known defect in all VX versions. .... They replaced the RVM and the reverse camera under warranty. Now I do not have the problem in my Safari.
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I have the same issue. On reverse, the radio goes hissss..., probably due to the electromagnetic interference of reverse camera LCD on the antenna
Just an update- this has been fixed on my Safari under warranty last week. A bigger IRVM with a bigger LCD is fitted now. Couple of pics here http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/1590671-post77.html

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So, you were charged for consumables and also the labour; so what is free in this "free service"? The wash?
You missed the details of work done. He mentioned, wheel alignment, balancing Waxoyl etc. They are not part of usual service- it will be charged extra.

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Old 22nd November 2009, 14:16   #1489
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Just an update- this has been fixed on my Safari under warranty last week. A bigger IRVM with a bigger LCD is fitted now. Couple of pics here http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/1590671-post77.html

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Got my IRVM changed yesterday. The hissing has dissapeared, but unlucky me the LCD screen is the same size as the one I already had. Now apart from the dissapointment this leaves me wondering as to how many models of LCD IRVM come with VX. I have seen three in the last 2 months.

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Old 22nd November 2009, 14:38   #1490
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The hissing has dissapeared, but unlucky me the LCD screen is the same size as the one I already had.
Not to worry sidcruise. How is the delay in image on your new LCD?

Mine is bigger and slower than earlier. Image comes 2 sec after engaging gear and looks like added mass of mirror makes it vibrate a wee bit when idling/jerking. As they say
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Old 22nd November 2009, 18:39   #1491
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Not to worry sidcruise. How is the delay in image on your new LCD?

Mine is bigger and slower than earlier. Image comes 2 sec after engaging gear and looks like added mass of mirror makes it vibrate a wee bit when idling/jerking. As they say

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Thanks BJ, There is almost no delay, maybe a second max as was with the old IRVM and the dimensions of the IRVM are also the same as teh old one. However there is no vibration whatsoever.
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Detaiils of the work done -
  • Assembly Oil Filter - Rs.161.78
The oil filter charged is very very less. ~ 2 months, I was charged Rs. 644.44 for assembly oil filter #278909130106.
Subsequently RAHULK76 informed that the price is now Rs. 714+
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[/list]The oil filter charged is very very less. ~ 2 months, I was charged Rs. 644.44 for assembly oil filter #278909130106.
Subsequently RAHULK76 informed that the price is now Rs. 714+
Please recheck 644.44 or 714 should be Air Filter , Oil Filter was always 161 Rs.
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Please recheck 644.44 or 714 should be Air Filter , Oil Filter was always 161 Rs.
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Just last month I had this done. Check the invoice (1st item) here http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/1564337-post71.html

Note: Oil filter is often changed item (every oil change) for 7k-15k kms or one year. It can't be so costly otherwise safari normal maintenance will be too high.

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Please recheck 644.44 or 714 should be Air Filter , Oil Filter was always 161 Rs.
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Just last month I had this done. Check the invoice (1st item) here http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/1564337-post71.html

Note: Oil filter is often changed item (every oil change) for 7k-15k kms or one year. It can't be so costly otherwise safari normal maintenance will be too high.

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Yes agreed. My bad.

I quoted the price for air filter and not oil filter. The price for oil filter is correct as mentioned by Gowda.
My apologies....
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hi dkamath
Even i had recieved a similar call from auto matrix about the software upgrade heard it was something connected with the a/c problem all the entire lot of 2.2 safaris were lined up there.I recently got my ENTIRE wiring and a/c unit replaced because of the fuse being melted off.
Anyone else has got this upgrade??
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Thanks for the info, shishir11224!
All that i'm aware of, with the AC thingy is upgradation of the fuse rating to 30A. Have to get more info. out of this now.
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Hi guys!
Good news for those whose radiator cap leaks-there's another retro, they are changing the black plastic nozzle (where the radiator cap is fitted).I complained about the coolant leakage (while revving) to the pune guys during the 1st retro fitment and was told that they will forward this complaint to concerned dept. and on my last visit to TASS this nozzle was retrofitted. Now the radiator cap sits pretty tight and there is no leakage even at very high revs.

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Old 24th November 2009, 17:12   #1499
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@lancerlover
can you post a pic as well for the "not so technical" people in the forum.
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@Itmylife
I don't have the pic with me as I have changed my fone recently but you don't need to a technical person to locate the part, I am sure you have seen your safari's radiator cap - its the part the cap is fastened on.
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