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Old 8th October 2008, 15:53   #31
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good that she's back, as good as new. And nothing like a DIY, with expert guidance like that

Btw, arent the last 3 pics above pretty much the same ? For that matter, even the first two - just been shot from a different distance.

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Old 8th October 2008, 16:15   #32
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yup they are the same...i was excited and clicked quite a few pics..
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Old 8th October 2008, 22:40   #33
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1st rule of ownership " Never let others drive your car if you love it to death " .I dont intend to rub salt into your wound,but then stick to it.
2nd rule - Never trust people who ask for other's cars, with anything.
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Old 9th October 2008, 21:15   #34
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Default another question guys!!

as most of you think getting a replacement under warranty will be tough, can i use the tire with bulge as a spare? will it be safe if used sparingly?
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Sumit: Glad that the car is back to its orignal self!!

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@ revved_up: bro removing the front bumper and installing new horn at the stock location is kind of tough for a DIY thing for first timers..There are quite a number of bolts and clips..But I have seen all of them and can take if off at home myself now..Changed my horn at the workshop yesterday..
Instead of taking the whole bumper out, isnt it better to install the new horn in some other location?
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Old 9th October 2008, 22:05   #36
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jaspreet we can put the horn somewhere else but its real congested inside the engine compartment. finding a proper place to put them will be hard. and then i dint want to cut the original wiring to install the horn.
and also i am going to BK tire tomorrow lets see what he says. will see you soon now!!
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Old 9th October 2008, 23:43   #37
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Hi white_vdi,

Sad to hear about your car. We all learn our lessons the hard way, don't we? Myself included

Good to know that it has been restored to its original form.

On a personal note, I am wary of giving my car to anyone including my dad's driver. I never give it to the valet guys for parking and not even to my company drivers when they want to move the car from the parking lot.

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