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Old 7th September 2023, 19:48   #6271
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I was able to schedule an appointment for 15th on bookmyhsrp for my duster at Trident Renault SJP road, was re-directed to book my HSRP from SIAM website. I will update how it goes.
I registered a complaint with Bookmyhsrp.com and they mentioned that the name of the manufacturer entered by RTO Indiranagar in the Vahan App is wrong. For my Duster, they have updated it as R.N.A.I.P.Ltd.

Can you please let me know what is the correct name to be updated by the RTO?

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Old 8th September 2023, 09:17   #6272
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I registered a complaint with Bookmyhsrp.com and they mentioned that the name of the manufacturer entered by RTO Indiranagar in the Vahan App is wrong. For my Duster, they have updated it as R.N.A.I.P.Ltd.

Can you please let me know what is the correct name to be updated by the RTO?
The name appears as "RENAULT INDIA PVT LTD" in Vahan portal, hope this helps.
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Does anyone know what refrigerant the Terrano diesel/Duster 110 uses? Dacia says R134a for the European one but wanted to confirm itís the same for India.
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Humming from the rear wheels is new.

We never had issues with any other tyre brand on the same car or even the AWD that was bought later.

Do you also notice uneven wear on the tyres?
We do have uneven wear on our tyres, but on both our cars.

I think it's the rear wheels because the sound is more pronounced when sat in the rear. The sound is quite unique; it feels like something is attached to the tyres and is rotating with the tyres. Almost like there is a heavy object attached to a rotating rod.

I'll try and capture the sound next time I'm home.
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Old 1st October 2023, 09:27   #6275
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We do have uneven wear on our tyres, but on both our cars.

I think it's the rear wheels because the sound is more pronounced when sat in the rear. The sound is quite unique; it feels like something is attached to the tyres and is rotating with the tyres. Almost like there is a heavy object attached to a rotating rod.

I'll try and capture the sound next time I'm home.
Would suggest checking the wheel bearings. They are known to fail prematurely.
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hi BHPians,

I am a newpie on Team BHP. I am also looking for a pre owned SUV. So, got the following listing. Is it worth considering or should I just pass?
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We do have uneven wear on our tyres, but on both our cars.

I think it's the rear wheels because the sound is more pronounced when sat in the rear. The sound is quite unique; it feels like something is attached to the tyres and is rotating with the tyres. Almost like there is a heavy object attached to a rotating rod.

I'll try and capture the sound next time I'm home.
Sounds like wheel bearing. KJack up the wheel off the ground and twis the wheel by pushing on one side and pulling on another, if it moves, get it replaced immediately, if u run for long wheel will come off while running

Have a duster and terrano in the family, both needed replacement of wheel bearings, duster at 60K km and terrano at 80k replaced last week

Cost at ASS would be around 4k per bearing, FNG would replace both
for 5-6k

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Old 11th November 2023, 08:15   #6278
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Hi,
My friend gave his less driven Duster 2019 RxS CVT Model for 4th Servicing (@11917Kms). While he never noticed any problems with the car steering, the Service supervisor said that they have found the Steering Wheel Ball Joint has gone bad & needs a replacement.

The whole replacement may cost him 6-7K but the questions are arising on the Credibility of such claims & is it that the material/part is such that it can go bad in so less Kms or it is the Service Centre trying to make extra bucks.

The car has been given for service to a Renault Showroom.
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hi BHPians,

I am a newpie on Team BHP. I am also looking for a pre owned SUV. So, got the following listing. Is it worth considering or should I just pass?
Would stay away from a Nissan/Renault CVT unless I want to sell the car off within 60K km.

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The whole replacement may cost him 6-7K but the questions are arising on the Credibility of such claims & is it that the material/part is such that it can go bad in so less Kms or it is the Service Centre trying to make extra bucks.
Ask your SA to send a video showing what they say has gone bad in the ball joint. Just one ball joint shouldn't be that expensive unless they are changing the pair.
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Meanwhile, the new Duster is out. It looks sharp and very promising. Keeping fingers crossed that it makes it to India sooner.

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Old 6th December 2023, 15:06   #6281
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Re: Renault Duster : Official Review

Hi Duster owners,

I am thinking of adding after market infotainment system for my duster.
Mine is 2016 110PS Diesel AMT RXZ model.
Any reccomendations and pricing details ? Much appreciate your response.
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