sanjeevsaraogi

Unlicensed
  • Content count

    3
  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won

    1

sanjeevsaraogi last won the day on September 13 2013

sanjeevsaraogi had the most liked content!

About sanjeevsaraogi

  • Rank
    Learner License

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    bangalore
  • Interests
    driving, music, experimentation not necessarily in that order
  1. AMAZE I-Dtec problems queries

    Many thans for your reply - as I had put it - i tried using blower, rolling down windows, ac but to no avail - but still will give it a try again - do you use any particular settings - like blower in #3 and ac in extreme red and air circulation within car cabin or drawn from outside etc. Many thanks for your reply - as I had put it - i tried using blower, rolling down windows, ac but to no avail - but still will give it a try again - do you use any particular settings - like blower in #3 and ac in extreme red and air circulation within car cabin or drawn from outside etc. Many thanks for your reply - as I had put it - I tried using blower, rolling down windows, ac but to no avail - but still will give it a try again - do you use any particular settings - like blower in #3 and ac in extreme red and air circulation within car cabin or drawn from outside etc.
  2. AMAZE I-Dtec problems queries

    Upon shifting to 2nd gear the engine revs on its own even with the foot off the accelerator requiring me to declutch to avoid impact with a vehicle in front. This is bothersome in city traffic. Does it occur in all diesel vehicles? I have thus far used only smaller petrol vehicles and wonder if I just need more practice. Please advise.
  3. AMAZE I-Dtec problems queries

    Amaze wind shield develops a mist especially in the rainy season on both surfaces requiring use of cloth on the inside & wipers on the outside. Using blower, rolling down windows, use of ac has little or no effect. This problem worsens during night driving with oncoming traffics' headlamp glare spreading across the glass. I reckon positioning of the engine air vents blowing warm/hot air across the glass might have something to do with it. This, with ac on or cold air inside, forms the mist. Please advise.