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    Quote Originally Posted by raffaytarar View Post
    Mashallah Bro, Congratulations!
    Can you kindly confirm one thing, that are the rear seats 60:40 splitable? Cos on the website it is mentioned so.
    no it is not splitable and website does not mention it

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    Quote Originally Posted by umair2203 View Post
    no it is not splitable and website does not mention it

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    Here it is mentioned in the Trunk Details that rear seat is 60:40 splitable in order to increase luggage space.

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    Quote Originally Posted by raffaytarar View Post
    Here it is mentioned in the Trunk Details that rear seat is 60:40 splitable in order to increase luggage space.

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    its not splitable i think its in malaysican model . honda may copy paste details from their site. further as mention in their website (snaps)back seats has not head rest at all. and new model has come with two tone color.....black and beach......same cabin pic is in all black tone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by raffaytarar View Post
    Here it is mentioned in the Trunk Details that rear seat is 60:40 splitable in order to increase luggage space.

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    bro hmaray Pakistani assmeblers ki sites updated nhn hotein aksar ... seats are not split able in civic even !

    they copied the features from thai/malaysian site and forgot that they have stripped it down

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    Default Weekend Car Wash

    with High-pressure washer
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    if you dont mind sharing the price of pressure washer?
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    Stop lifting your Car from this area in rear it will damage it
    The cars we drive say a lot about us

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    Quote Originally Posted by MADDYBOY View Post
    if you dont mind sharing the price of pressure washer?

    Price 9500/- from METRO purchased in 2010

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    Quote Originally Posted by racerali View Post
    Stop lifting your Car from this area in rear it will damage it
    thanks for the advise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 6442 View Post
    thanks for the advise.
    Mine also damage by stupid mechanic.Still hurts me
    The cars we drive say a lot about us

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    Default tools for DIY

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    Ceratec price and where did you buy it from?

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    that kipco voltmeter isn't good enough, switch to uni t
    haters gonna hate, potatoes gonna potate

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    Quote Originally Posted by 6442 View Post
    tools for DIY
    Heartiest congrats on getting a new car!

    Watching u use pressure washer gave me the impression that u know well about car care.. but not all of ur stuff is of quality.
    Get rid of 7CF, KIWI polish, Talha chemicals compound polish!! and stupid brands like STP... STP makes many products that are good for nothing... no wonder why they are cheap as hell. (Eg: Octane Booster, u can surf Youtube for proofs)

    New cars donot need any engine cleaners, just use petrol from shell/total as they have good octane ratings. Or mix Hi-Octane in 1:3 to reduce engine's carbon deposit...

    Any good synthetic engine oil such as Liqui Moly's has good detergents in it that would keep ur engine internals clean... dont waste ur money on STP. Dont even buy an engine flush by liqui moly, as real engine flushes are hard on engine's seals and can cause leaks if used in an improper procedure.

    Get at least turtle's car care products or better go for meguiars new car kit. Get some soft micro fibre cloths (Chinese do fine too)

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    Quote Originally Posted by margallar View Post
    that kipco voltmeter isn't good enough, switch to uni t
    The digital clamp meter is also cheap a s s and its a DC meter not AC

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    Hey mate could you give me details on your rims? How much did you buy them for and what's the weight compared to Honda original


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    Quote Originally Posted by chinyoti View Post
    blessing in disguise, I was looking for some one to help me get parts from Bilal Gunj Lhr or Shoba Bazar Peshawar, No one came forward, Karachi Scrap market isnt a great place to goto these days, Another guy i know didnt had Vitz parts.

    I called the number in your picture, This guy didnt deal in Vitz but gave me a number of another guy and im getting my parts shipped today, so thankyou (Y)

    and mashaAllah you have a lovely loooking car.

    PS : On a serious note, Why spacers?, Do you driven on low terrrain or did someone just suggested you?
    Yar are there shops like this in karachi like the one in the pic who would only sell honda genuine parts except honda dealerships.
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    Default A useful tip for car owners !!!

    How to Immediately Get Back Your Stolen Car in Pakistan

    It is a fantastic idea for those who can't afford car insurance or Tracker System. I'm forwarding this to all my friends.

    How to Get Back Your Stolen Car?
    It takes only 2 minutes for a car thief to runaway with your car. No matter you have a trekker and auto-alarming devices fitted in your car.

    The best safety for your car is a live and active Mobile Phone hidden in a safe place in your car:

    1. Buy any low price mobile phone with longer standby time (Q Mobile has one model which run for 10 days on standby and cost around Rs.2,200/-).

    2. Install a mobile connection which has best network in the country.

    3. Turn this mobile on complete SILENT mode (double check it should not vibrate while you turn it on SILENT mode).

    4. Wrap it up slightly in a plastic sheet so that it should not get dirty and dusty during its hidden use.

    5. Make sure it is perfectly responding by calling its number from another mobile phone.

    6. Hide this mobile in a safe place in your car. And that?s it?!!!

    If your car is stolen, immediately inform your local Police Help Line 15 in Pakistan. Give them phone number of the mobile hidden in your car. Police can easily track the location by calling that number. Chances are that you may get back your car within the shortest possible time.

    And finally do not forget to charge this mobile at least twice a week and hide it back in your car in active position.

    Please share this message with all your friends.

    Good luck. If you get back your car this way, do remember me in your prayers!
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    Good luck. If you get back your car this way, do remember me in your prayers!

    Just pray that no one gets in this problem.
    I am only responsible for what I say, not for what you understand..

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    Dear bro.

    Your suggestion is good but now a days most of the car thieves use jammer before starting the car. So think something else.

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