Discussion in 'Technical' started by gururajanv, Jun 2, 2010.
It seems you literally beaten it to hell:irked
No just stuffed that cloth there and used big tweezer like thing to get it out and left it on the roof of store
That's how one should do:clapping!
Good you spared it.
Priced 30 on my invoice.
Thank God it's out of the car.
Thanks guys for the laugh riot we had in this thread.
The part number mentioned by rollingice is : 0013000190
And the part number in vj's invoice is : 013000690.
Can be two different parts.
May be an overkill.But thought of putting the pic
That's just a 10 rupee hose clamp. :?
Available at every hardware shop. Something is just not right.
On an original untouched engine ( Palio D and Linea D) , i've not seen these kinda clamps anywhere. FIAT used/uses the press fit type clamps. The ones which need pliers to close and open. Bottomline - Someone is lying.
The clips should be something of this kind -
Please send a mail to Fiat with the picture attached. Preferably a word file with image inserted. Don't forget to make Gurjinder's last command. If this is a malpractice at TATA
at least Fiat should aware of it. There is a chance that Fiat will ask TASS to pay back the money. More than that we need to bring this kind of issues to surface.
i also have the same issue. its been over 2-3 months now. cleaned up the entire AC system but no help.
Herbie - Did your car met with any accident? I am facing this problem after a minor accident where i banged another car at back. I will see if changing that hose will resolve my problem.
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