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Old 7th November 2011, 16:56   #286
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good to know your are still able to be with the lovely beast. If the rpm raising issue comes up again try changing the lamda sensor.

Where are the pics of the new fogs? which ones are they?
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Lo! Lohit - IIRC we spoke over phone on the cable issue?? anyways good that the problem is sorted out happy driving.

for a moment, i thought you bought a safari as a replacement

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Good going Lohith!

In any case its easy to check the throttle response and the cable itself without pressing the acc pedal. You might know it already but anyways - Open the bonnet and close to the battery is where you can try the adjustment. Attached is the pic for reference
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Folks here is an update, sold my Adventure on 17th Feb, yes with a heavy heart. Advy was dependable till the day i owned her.

Will write a bit more in my net post.
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Your post reminds me of gemithomas's ownership report. It is sad to that you parted with your Adventure at last, Lohith. I can understand your emotions. :(

As I know who bought your car, I can vouch for the fact that you couldn't have found a better buyer. You can be happy that your car is in safe hands right now.

And yes, waiting for your next post.
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