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Old 24th November 2009, 20:18   #106
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I was getting 10.5 -11 on city and 13.50-14.00 on highways. As per the total k.m run and total petrol filled calculation till now i'm getting inbetween 14 -14.50 kmpl.
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Fitted a Rheostat Ilumination Control (Part No: 94950-1J0009P) to control the illumination brightness inside cabin. here are the pics and Video. This helps in night driving.

Cost: Rs.579/-
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Fitted a Rheostat Ilumination Control (Part No: 94950-1J0009P) to control the illumination brightness inside cabin. here are the pics and Video. This helps in night driving.

Cost: Rs.579/-
Wildon - Where did you get it done? Which service center I mean, cause Trident Hyundai at Agara did not have it with them.
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Old 2nd December 2009, 20:32   #109
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I got it from Trident Hyundai - Kalyan Nagar.

Edit:- You have to order it first, it takes 3-4 days to reach here from the vendor.

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And no damage to warranty?
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Does it come in black ?
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And no damage to warranty?
Its just a plug and play, also i m using the Genuine Parts made for i20.
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Does it come in black ?
Unfortunately it comes only in black.

Don't be surprised by the price in the pack rest is fitting + tax

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Great. Hope this does doesn't have any effect on the warranty of the car.

And there is one more slot vacant in between so does this mean that one more additional control can be fitted in it. Also in which version is the feature available by default?
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^^^ Thats for ESP which is not in our cars

Pic taken from Sidindica post


Its fitted in a i20 1.6 CRDi

http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/1566881-post10.html

I wonder why Hyundai not given this feature by default after we paid around 6.5 Lac. Its just cost under Rs.542 MRP

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Unfortunately it comes only in black.

Don't be surprised by the price in the pack rest is fitting + tax
Nice. By your pic I thought it to be dark brown. On a closer look it does appear to be black. I think I should go for this. Nice tool to have (Though again, I had this as a standard accessory in my 1998 Mazda. Doesn't the car manufacturers still think that India is ready for these small, nifty and nice to have gadgets as standard fitments?).
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nice pics and congrats on your buy(a bit late)
im really interested in the illumination control.
yes i know it comes stock in the i20( atleast in the international version) is there an aftermarket option for this?
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Nice. By your pic I thought it to be dark brown. On a closer look it does appear to be black. I think I should go for this. Nice tool to have (Though again, I had this as a standard accessory in my 1998 Mazda.
Yes its nice, as the lights are so dim and no disturbance to your eyes.
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nice pics and congrats on your buy(a bit late)
im really interested in the illumination control.
yes i know it comes stock in the i20( atleast in the international version) is there an aftermarket option for this?
Thanks.

I don't really know whether the after market part really fit in to that slot and socket in which wire plugs in.
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^^^ Charged up by reading your post I immediately rushed to the nearest Hyundai Service Center, Thankfully met a nice person this time, Spoke to him. Here comes the G-Scan tool and the feature is enabled.

Unfortunately it all happened before i take out my Cell phone to shoot. Now when the car reaches 40 Kmph all doors automatically get locked.

The other thing is when you unlock the door manually or remote , switches off the engine and remove the key, just wait for 20-30 seconds the doors again automatically locks.

I'm loving it.
You mean to say when you want to stop the car and alight from the car
1. Unlcok the doors manually or by remote
2. Switch off the engine and remove the key from the socket
3. All passengers get down from the car and all doors closed
4. All the doors lock automatically, is that so ?
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As per my understanding from the manual there are two types of installation for alarm , in one no need to cut any wires, you only need to plug the wires into the vacant ports. Look like i'have to go for DIY after getting some proper documentation of i20.[/quote]

Hello wildon,

Are we getting any good news on this?
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You mean to say when you want to stop the car and alight from the car
1. Unlcok the doors manually or by remote
2. Switch off the engine and remove the key from the socket
3. All passengers get down from the car and all doors closed
4. All the doors lock automatically, is that so ?
well my minda security system has the same facility and does exact work.
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