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Old 23rd September 2011, 02:26   #76
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How dark are these tints? I have a slight difficuly seeing at night if the tints are too dark
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But in winter, turning the knob into red zone gives Hot air! There should be a electric coil heater.
IMO, there is no heater as such. Only the coolant heat is utilized. You can check the same while turning on the blower without starting the engine.
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what about warranty or incase of any complaints, infact one of my firend got a head set through pay pal and there was a problem with bluetooth , the seller did not respond . please check on the warranty part
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I've got these and installed in my Vento, it looks fab.

Pls. buy chrome Nozzles and add the Tire valves to it. That would be more appropriate.

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One thing I noted was that the wiring harness that came with the HU did not match the car! This is because the INDIAN POLO AND VENTO use the OLD connectors from the international MARK IV POLO! Zuheimi used the proper connectors and that is all was needed I think for the reverse cam to function properly. Will call him and confirm as many people have asked me this question.
Hey Hossdoc, I have also ordered this HU from Witson, should be arriving in a day or two.

I would also be interested to know what jugglery is required to fit this HU to our Polos. Please also let me know about these connectors, and what should be taken care of.

Also, you have the maps working yet?
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HossDoc, congrats on the new car. Nice mods too!!

The cocky SA in EMV Kochi rings a bell. The name doesn't start with V by any chance, does it?
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I just realized the windshield washer nozzle is adjustable and it moves up and down. Mine was spraying onto the roof all this while and now after the adjustment, it just works fine.

I have not been able to figure out how to change the direction of the spray.

Please help me with this one, with details please. Thanks.
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Hi noidea, the washer nozzle is fixed on a frame which has a rotating action that moves up and down. Its well documented in the user manual, let me know if you are not able to figure it out yet again.
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There seems to be a jerk in my polo 1.6 when ever i up shift or downshift. This happens when you change the gear and release the clutch. Do you have this problem. No matter how carefully i release the clutch there is a jerk. But when i drove my brother's swift it was really smooth and i didn't face this problem.

Is there any way how this can be prevented. This is really irritating. Is there any way i can ask the service guys to look into this?
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