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Old 19th October 2015, 00:14   #151
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Rubber top of my i20 FOB has been broken. How do I replace it?

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Rubber top of my i20 FOB has been broken. How do I replace it?

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All major online retailers now have blank key fobs of most of cars, including i20. Buy one and get the circuit and transponder replaced from a key maker.

Else, go the DIY route. Check out this link: http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/techni...ry-remote.html

Hope this helps!

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Hi,
i have two questions:
Q1. My indicator stalk will not work in Nex Gen i20. The safety hazard switch works and all indicators are working with the hazard switch. I took it to safdarjang hyundai in gurgaon but they said it would taka time to get the wiring checked. The ignition fuse was getting blown as soon as replaced (according to the SA). Has anyone come across a similar issue..?

Q2. what is the type of fog lamps in i20 nex gen.? Are they H3 ..?
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Old 26th May 2016, 02:29   #154
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Here are some snap shots of the arm rest that I have installed

This is how it looks once the arm-rest is fixed.
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The top portion slides a little to the front

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There is a storage compartment in the arm rest.

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Rear View

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Rear View when the arm rest is folded up

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1 Litre bottle in cup holder when arm rest is pulled down

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The red circles shows positions where I have drilled. The yellow circle shows position where I intended to drill , but could not since it needed the seats to be removed and I did not have the right sized spanner to remove the seats. At present all screws are fixed towards the rear. since there is no support at the front, I fear that a heavy weight on the from side may break the supporting panel. Shall Do it as soon as I am able to find a spanner to remove the seats.

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I recently bought a 2013 i20 and got a similar armrest installed which was beige in color, however at my request the installer changed the leather on top with Chocolate color . That suits better with the interiors of the car.
Will post pic tomorrow.
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As my i20 igen sports came with only one remote, my friend bought one used from ebay for me during his trip overseas. I opened the remote and found the transponder chip "pcf7936as" which obviously need to be replaced. I am getting the chip from ebay US and it costs $1.9.

Any idea, how much will Hyundai ASS charge me to program the remote and immobilizer?
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As my i20 igen sports came with only one remote, my friend bought one used from ebay for me during his trip overseas. I opened the remote and found the transponder chip "pcf7936as" which obviously need to be replaced. I am getting the chip from ebay US and it costs $1.9.

Any idea, how much will Hyundai ASS charge me to program the remote and immobilizer?
I had my existing keys reprogrammed some time back. They charged me approx Rs 250 per key along with approx Rs 400 as the GDS charge. This was for a regular non-remote key with immobilizer.
The remote matching may cost slightly more but the GDS charges should be around the same.
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I had my existing keys reprogrammed some time back. They charged me approx Rs 250 per key along with approx Rs 400 as the GDS charge. This was for a regular non-remote key with immobilizer.
The remote matching may cost slightly more but the GDS charges should be around the same.
What is GDS charge? If this is about the security code of the immobilizer, I already have the code with me.
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What is GDS charge? If this is about the security code of the immobilizer, I already have the code with me.
The GDS is like a newer version of the GScan. It's the scanner they used to neutralise the SMARTRA and then complete the procedure.
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Got the Arm Rest installed in my I20 with Chocolate Color leather, along with the seat covers. Here are the pics:
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Got the Arm Rest installed in my I20 with Chocolate Color leather, along with the seat covers. Here are the pics:
@garry.brant, Good to see this! how much was the total cost for fitting the add-on arm rest in i20?
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@garry.brant, Good to see this! how much was the total cost for fitting the add-on arm rest in i20?
The total cost including the changed leather was 1200.
This was done in my house by gharmecar.blogspot guys.
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Got sequential CNG kit installed in my i20 last week. Here is the break up:
BRC Sequential Gen2 Kit: 31,000
RTO Transfer for New RC: 4000
New Spark Plugs NGK: 1600
New Plug wires:1000
My first tank gave me 160 Kms for 8 Kgs of Gas.
It was done at ECO Gas Gurgaon, the installer Rizvaan did an awesome job.
The switch over from gas to petrol and vice versa can not be felt at all , I have to look at the switch to see that its done.
I asked the installer to tune the CNG for performance and not for FE.
No reduction in pickup however at very low RPMs you feel the difference , which has been the case with all CNG cars I have driven.
Finally happy with the installation.
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Got sequential CNG kit installed in my i20 last week.
Just out of curiosity how much does 8kg of gas cost.?

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Hi,

I'm getting 9-10 mileage for Hyundai 2nd Gen i20 Petrol Asta in heavy city traffic, my car is 7 months old.

Any suggestion ? Is the mileage fine ?

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Yesterday evening while driving back home, it started raining very heavily. All of a sudden the airbag sign on the console lit up. It is now on continuously.

How to go about it? Help!
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