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aja4x4

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aja4x4 last won the day on November 11 2018

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About aja4x4

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    Accelerating
  • Birthday 16/05/1969

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  • Location
    Westbury wilts
  • Model
    Gen 7 190

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  1. Top it up the level sensor puts the handbrake light on if its low
  2. I cant remember off hand but i will check later, if a key isnt read the led will tell you and the engine wont start. Does the engine try to turn over when you have the problem? as when i had a key that wasnt coded my engine would turn over but not fire.
  3. Whats the immobilizer led doing when you try to start it?
  4. It will be fine on four but you need to replace as soon as possible
  5. It comes from a company called Wilcoxs wash supplies, there web sites not very good but they supply us with a wide range of valeting products. The Co-polymer is like a wash and wax but it doesn't foam up, you add it to a bucket of water and wash the car in the usual way but when you rinse it the water just runs off. When dry it looks like you spent hours polishing and the effect lasts for months.
  6. I used a cheap ebay version that seems to have worked, somebody hit my car in a car park and left white paint on my bumper which just washed off. I also use a co-polymer car wash that gives a great finish to any car but seems to work very well with the ceramic coating
  7. Mines noisy but wasn't mentioned when I took it for an mot in December at a main dealer
  8. The best part is its a front wheel drive drift car.
  9. Yes I forgot you had them refurbished They should be OK if they are balanced right Sent from my SM-G900F using Tapatalk
  10. Get them to check they are not buckled as well but I thought they would have said. Balancing can be tricky if your trying to hide the weights one measurement out and you will get a wobble I always check mine at least twice but I'm lucky and have my own machine Sent from my SM-G900F using Tapatalk
  11. I would get them to check the balancing again. It's possible that they didn't set the machine correctly or set it to the finest setting 5g not the usual 10g . I have had cars that the balancing needs to be spot on and I have had cars that can be 20 grams out with no effect.
  12. Are they standard gen 7 alloys or alloys off a gen 7 ie aftermarket rims because those rims look like they have tapered seats for the nuts and may also need spigot rings to keep them centered
  13. I have it on my car and didnt get all the polish off in a couple of places and had to mop the car quite heavily to get back to the polish so it does do something. I also found that somebody hit the corner of my bumper and left white paint on my car which came off when i washed the car leaving no mark at all.
  14. Or use a step up converter to supply a constant 15v to the headlight circuit
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