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Old 20th March 2021, 23:10   #826
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My key buttons were going bad.

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Ordered the replacement case from Amazon. (For duster)

https://www.amazon.in/PERFECTSHOPPE-...nault%3ADuster

It comes with a Renault logo. So kept the back half of the my existing case and repalced only the top.

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I retained the original, this is one that comes. ( I was not happy with the nissan logo ones seen in amazon)
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Hope the post will be useful for those looking for easy fix.
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Old 22nd March 2021, 10:29   #827
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My key buttons were going bad.

Ordered the replacement case from Amazon. (For duster)

https://www.amazon.in/PERFECTSHOPPE-...nault%3ADuster

It comes with a Renault logo. So kept the back half of the my existing case and repalced only the top.


I retained the original, this is one that comes. ( I was not happy with the nissan logo ones seen in amazon)


Hope the post will be useful for those looking for easy fix.
Same with mine, the old key rubber was torn very similar fashion to yours.

Bought the shell from Amazon (Few car accessories were asking around 600+ for those ) and removed the Renault logo side with my original Nissan logo one.

Since the plastic color was different due shell difference of old and new, I purchased this rubber cover and it is well worth it

Very premium feel and rubber quality and finish is also good. Apart from the dust magnet issue (the rubber is so grippy) I really recommend considering the damage to the actual key switches can be also reduced.



Amazon Link : https://www.amazon.in/StylishFlipKeys%C2%AE-Silicone-Cover-Nissan-Terrano/dp/B082ZWBQP3/ref=sr_1_3?dchild=1&keywords=terrano+key+cover&qid =1616388704&replacementKeywords=key+cover&sr=8-3&vehicle=Nissan%3ATerrano

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Old 6th April 2021, 23:48   #828
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Default Re: Nissan Terrano : Official Review

Guys, going down the rabbit hole of youtube.
I noticed people talking about gear shift indicator via debugging low pickup issue, out of curiosity I checked if Terrano has it.

https://autoportal.com/img/new-cars-...o_Brochure.pdf

Voila it does. But I never noticed this.( not that i check my dash console always)

Any fellow Nissan XV premium owners noticed this?
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hi there fellow TBHP-ian ...

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btw, do cut the excess cable tag from the wheel caps
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Did anyone try to install rear fog lamps? This seems like proper housing with options as Russian Terrano gets the same I guess.

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Hi Fellow owners.
I need some help in upgrading my Terrano's lights. I had this planned for a while, but now one of my foglamps went dead.

I want to upgrade my foglamps with high intensity white light alternatives. This way I keep my original low/high beam yellow lights for foggy/rainy long distance touring and an addon white bright light for everyday use.
Since I'll get these updated aftermarket, I'm looking for something robust and reliable and not requiring many modification on fitting and electrical connection. I'm not an expert and do not know any reliable shops in Rudrapur region.

Any and all suggestions are welcome. Thanks.
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