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Old 29th January 2020, 23:38   #1681
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Did you finalise on any car? Which one?
Was almost finalized on Ciaz, but got a good deal on Honda City ZX CVT Sep 2019 BS4 model.

Here is the offer I got. Grabbed it, now loan in process. Expected delivery early 2nd Week Feb.
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Old 30th January 2020, 01:37   #1682
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Was almost finalized on Ciaz, but got a good deal on Honda City ZX CVT Sep 2019 BS4 model.

Here is the offer I got. Grabbed it, now loan in process. Expected delivery early 2nd Week Feb.
That looks like a good deal. Congratulations on the purchase. Hope you start revving around in it soon!
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Hi all, Need some advice. I have a 2010 1L KM driven Manza Diesel QJD. I have been facing 2 strange problems in last two weeks. 1) The brakes doesn't work occassionally when in second or first gear with speeds less than 30 KMph. This has happened thrice over the last two weeks. In all occassions I had the clutch pedal pressed. So it was not in gear. But the brakes felt spongy with no bites. In fact I felt the car lurched forward when I pressed the brakes. No warning lights on instrument cluster. In all occassions when I released the clutch and pressed the brake again, it worked. Or just released the break pedal and pressed again. 2) Second issue - the air-conditioning stops working after 3 hours continuous drive. This has happened twice over last two weeks. I feel the cooling is there, but the fan airflow doesn't come out. If I increase the fan speed, I hear the blower sound, but no air flow inside cabin.

I plan to take the car to an authorised service centre this week. Any pointers, so that I don't get over billed by SA. Thanks
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2) Second issue - the air-conditioning stops working after 3 hours continuous drive. This has happened twice over last two weeks. I feel the cooling is there, but the fan airflow doesn't come out. If I increase the fan speed, I hear the blower sound, but no air flow inside cabin.
The air flow decreases because of ice formation on the AC condenser blocking the air flow, the same happens on my Manza as well. The solution is to swith off the compressor (ac button) and keep the blower running. The airflow would be back to normal levels in 10-15 mins. The compressor can be stared after the airflow becomes normal and it should be all fine after that. The process needs to be repeated again after a few hours if you are on a day long drive with AC ON.

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