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Honda Jazz Mk1 2002-2008 / Engine mounting stud broken
« Last post by Izzy on Today at 08:32:34 PM »
Sorry but I cannot load any photo but the forum wont let me but I have a broken eng mtg stud where there are two studs through a alloy casting the one that is left has a point to it so I guess the other one that missing would also be pointed
it looks like I will be able to remove the casting to get access to the broken stud. Does any one know what size and thread the stud is please.
   Hopefully all I will need is a good stud remover and plenty of freeing agent

Can any one advise me how to load photos and I will show the offending broken stud.
Cheers
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Yes the new foam fits snug. The dealer fitted ours so we never got the old foam to have to store away.

I opted for the spare wheel from the Honda dealer for my 2018 Jazz. You do get a space saver. The tools to change the wheel over and you get to keep the inflation pump and tyre repair kit. All of it fits into the correct new shape piece of foam. It was 250 but I hope to have the car for around 10 years use so I decided it was worth getting the official one. The boot carpet ends up been nice and level.

So the spare spacer saver fits under a new style foam insert? Does the foam fit snuggly over the spare wheel, I guess so? If its like that ill prob buy it. But ill end up with the original foam with no resale value probably  :(
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Honda Jazz Mk3 2015 - / Re: What colour Honda Jazz MK3 do you own?
« Last post by daveyboy on Today at 07:04:36 PM »
What annoys me is that us is still operating in non metric gallons and its cheap we are well ripped off in uk.
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Honda Jazz Mk3 2015 - / Re: What colour Honda Jazz MK3 do you own?
« Last post by Barcam on Today at 06:51:29 PM »
The other thing that annoys me is that The Honda Fit can have adaptive cruise control and lane keeping assist which steers the car back into the lane when you drift wide.
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Honda Jazz Mk3 2015 - / Re: What colour Honda Jazz MK3 do you own?
« Last post by Jocko on Today at 06:27:54 PM »
I always found that American pay in dollars what we pay in pounds. Groceries, meat, cars and electronics. They all seem to work out the same. The thing is, US wages are about 2.5 times what we earn for a similar position. I worked for a number of US companies and found that, as an engineer, I was paid on par with a filing clerk in the US. Makes you feel valued.
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Honda Jazz Mk3 2015 - / Re: What colour Honda Jazz MK3 do you own?
« Last post by JazzandJag on Today at 05:48:32 PM »
But bear in mind that the US prices are exclusive of local sales taxes. So comparison with the pre VAT price in the UK would be more appropriate.
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I opted for the spare wheel from the Honda dealer for my 2018 Jazz. You do get a space saver. The tools to change the wheel over and you get to keep the inflation pump and tyre repair kit. All of it fits into the correct new shape piece of foam. It was 250 but I hope to have the car for around 10 years use so I decided it was worth getting the official one. The boot carpet ends up been nice and level.

So the spare spacer saver fits under a new style foam insert? Does the foam fit snuggly over the spare wheel, I guess so? If its like that ill prob buy it. But ill end up with the original foam with no resale value probably  :(

Put the redundant under floor storage thing in your garage, shed, loft, under your stairs or wherever then put it in the car when you trade it in or sell it. You keep the spare wheel kit. Mine went into my 2016 trade in and I kept the spare wheel kit for this car.
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Honda Jazz Mk3 2015 - / Re: What colour Honda Jazz MK3 do you own?
« Last post by Skyrider on Today at 05:38:58 PM »
What annoys me is that in the USA metallic paint is not an extra charge.

What annoys me is the car is a lot cheaper.
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Honda Jazz Mk3 2015 - / Re: What colour Honda Jazz MK3 do you own?
« Last post by Barcam on Today at 05:22:23 PM »
What annoys me is that in the USA metallic paint is not an extra charge.

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I opted for the spare wheel from the Honda dealer for my 2018 Jazz. You do get a space saver. The tools to change the wheel over and you get to keep the inflation pump and tyre repair kit. All of it fits into the correct new shape piece of foam. It was 250 but I hope to have the car for around 10 years use so I decided it was worth getting the official one. The boot carpet ends up been nice and level.

So the spare spacer saver fits under a new style foam insert? Does the foam fit snuggly over the spare wheel, I guess so? If its like that ill prob buy it. But ill end up with the original foam with no resale value probably  :(
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