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30 Apr 2017 17:30 #180737 by helijohn
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ZookFastback wrote: I got my towbar from this mob---> www.pfjones.co.uk/tow-bars-and-wiring/to...celerio-towbars.html


I had to send the towbar back because they listed it for a Junior but it was for a Pinin. Sadly they have been a bit unhelpful over this insisting the listing was correct so I won't be using them again.

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30 Apr 2017 17:58 #180738 by helijohn
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I have added a temp gauge and volts gauge



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16 May 2017 20:28 #181287 by helijohn
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ZookFastback wrote: I've fitted a Bosal Towbar and share a small trailer with the Jimny.


The towbar for the Junior is due to arrive tomorrow.

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30 Jul 2017 21:05 #183064 by helijohn
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Spot the difference.



Fitted side mouldings!!:)

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18 Feb 2018 20:09 #189448 by helijohn
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ZookFastback wrote: I've done 34,000 K's with a week to go until it is 1 year old :woohoo:


Just coming up to 1 year here now.
Just done 2000 miles and the twelve month service is due soon
Since I last posted I got a spare wheel and had to buy a jack.
I made a centre armrest that slots into the centre console between the seats.
I bought a universal boot liner - it has helped with noise pollution too.
It took weeks but the floor mats eventually came from the dealer which were a freebie.
Fitted twin horns which are a bit better than the Noddy horn,

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11 Apr 2018 18:52 #191589 by helijohn
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First service was done today, 2300 miles in a year. They hooked up the automatic to a recalibration machine and the gearchange was ............er recalibrated. This is a new one to me but then it is my first AGS auto.
Looks like they charged me £4 to get rid of old oil and some more dosh for other stuff. Next time I'll take it home and dump it when I go to the tip.
All this came to £151. Got a lift to and from the shops while they did it - took 2.5 hours.
A nice bunch of people, all praise to Cropleys.

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11 Apr 2018 19:00 - 11 Apr 2018 19:05 #191590 by gilburton
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I think the oil disposal charge is an environmental thing?
Unless you tell them you want the old oil back it will just disappear in to a tank with the others .
They'll probably charge you for a container then lol I think Suzuki do a servicing package but I suppose once the warranty is up you'll do it yourself anyway?
When my daughter had a new Alto (the last one) it had to be recallibrated. It wasn't an auto but I think it was something more about the way they are driven over here as they were set up differently to other countries.
It was the throttle causing a problem but Suzuki UK knew about it.

I started off high and worked my way down ever since :-)
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11 Apr 2018 19:10 #191593 by helijohn
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gilburton wrote: They'll probably charge you for a container then lol I think Suzuki do a servicing package but I suppose once the warranty is up you'll do it yourself anyway?


There are a few service tasks I would like them to do but simple stuff like oil and such I would do. And anyway I'll at least take an old empty oil tub if there is a next time.

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18 Apr 2018 19:45 #191881 by helijohn
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Just been reading Daniel's Ignis thread and I think I better check the car over. Funny thing is the garage phoned me a week after to ask if everything was alright. Not being used to follow up service it has set alarm bells ringing now. I did feel on the way back that some of the nippiness had gone but I haven't driven it since to really notice if it is more sluggish.

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18 Apr 2018 20:01 #191882 by gilburton
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I always used to find that a car after a service tended to tighten up a bit(like a new car) and then loosen off a bit after using for a while.

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18 Apr 2018 22:06 #191885 by Daniel30
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Maybe it was the resetting of the gearbox?

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26 Apr 2018 18:37 #192202 by helijohn
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Daniel30 wrote: Maybe it was the resetting of the gearbox?

I'm running around in my Junior and it is really nippy so maybe I am being spoilt.

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