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Old 22nd September 2008, 12:36   #46
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Wrong

I had Llumar on my car and it cost me 10k.

I recently changed the film on my front windscreen as the Llumar was ridiculously ineffective.

I put V-Kool on my front windscreen and it cost me 9k just for the front screen, therefore the estimate of 25k is not entirely off the mark, though I'm sure he can negotiate down to 20k for the same.

THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE FOR V-KOOL.
well i went to a couple of shops and was given almost the same price, Is there a authorised Vkool shop in delhi and around as i was not very confident of the orginality of the products. I saw a guy being duped with a 3M film where the box said "not to be used on automotives".
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well i went to a couple of shops and was given almost the same price, Is there a authorised Vkool shop in delhi and around as i was not very confident of the orginality of the products. I saw a guy being duped with a 3M film where the box said "not to be used on automotives".
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Thanks a ton for your help i wrote them a mail and will wait for the response.

I read somewhere in the threads that you guys keep on meeting and i was wondering if i could also be part of the gang here in delhi.
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HOw can i edit the thread headin. please help on the same or advise.
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HOw can i edit the thread headin. please help on the same or advise.
You need to PM / request the MOD's to do it. We (aka normal users) do not have the access rights for that.
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I read somewhere in the threads that you guys keep on meeting and i was wondering if i could also be part of the gang here in delhi.
You already are a part of the Delhi gang

Feel free to join in any of the meets that happen occasionally. Check out the Team BHP Meet section. And walk in.
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...Check out the Team BHP Meet section. And walk in.
You mean, 'drive in', didn't you!?




Just kidding, Suman! (insert smiley here!)
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You already are a part of the Delhi gang

Feel free to join in any of the meets that happen occasionally. Check out the Team BHP Meet section. And walk in.
thanks a ton friend. its always a pleasure to meet and make new friends and iceing on the cake is if they share the same passion.
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Hey Guys i have been going through the mannuals and even tried to search the net but could not find out as to how to operate the parking lights . Pardon my ignorance but is it missing from the vehical.
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Hey Guys i have been going through the mannuals and even tried to search the net but could not find out as to how to operate the parking lights . Pardon my ignorance but is it missing from the vehical.
Hey guys please enlighten my soul with your bright answers.
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As for sunfilms, I found garware to be of value for money and total cost was approx 6.5k for sides (4.5k and cuts approx 40%) + front wind shield (2k-cuts heat by 50%).
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Hey Guys i have been going through the mannuals and even tried to search the net but could not find out as to how to operate the parking lights . Pardon my ignorance but is it missing from the vehical.
Pardon my ignorance - but shouldn't there be just a single button which should light up the parking lights? Did you try pressing every possible button / button like fitting on the dash board?
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Hi hands-on,

> Hey Guys i have been going through the mannuals and even tried to search
> the net but could not find out as to how to operate the parking lights .
> Pardon my ignorance but is it missing from the vehical.

Do you mean 'fog lamps" in the rear? If that is so, then there are no rear fog lamps in the Safari.
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parking lights can be turned on by rotating the head of the lever used for activating the left/right indicator. First turn = parking lights, next turn low beam, lift towards the steering into a click = High beam.

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> Hey Guys i have been going through the mannuals and even tried to search
> the net but could not find out as to how to operate the parking lights .
> Pardon my ignorance but is it missing from the vehical.
Except for LX, other versions have the rear fog lamps (the red square boxes on both sides of the bumper), can be turned "ON" by pressing the rear fog button for few seconds (its not a click button).

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Do you mean 'fog lamps" in the rear? If that is so, then there are no rear fog lamps in the Safari.
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[quote=dadu;996264]parking lights can be turned on by rotating the head of the lever used for activating the left/right indicator. First turn = parking lights, next turn low beam, lift towards the steering into a click = High beam.

yes you are right dadu and thanks for it the problem was with my cars electricals i got it checked, the issue was the moment i used to take out my keys it was non functional. They have told me that they will rectify it and give it back to me by evening. Thanks a ton.
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