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Honda Jazz Mk1 2002-2008 / Re: Noise from gearbox
« Last post by Eemahn on Today at 05:46:56 PM »
Can I ask what you are being charged? If you'd rather not say, I'll understand.
I will be taking it in on Wednesday so they can check it how bad the damage is to the gearbox and then give me a price.
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Honda Jazz Mk1 2002-2008 / Re: transmission fluid
« Last post by mikephorse on Today at 04:14:19 PM »
Thanks John, Hondas figure of 75 to replace transmission oil was not completely correct,
Honda service  now quote 180--for both flushing and replacing oil.

Halfords have given me a quote of 99 for the same thing including the proper Jazz oil.
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Honda Jazz Mk3 2015 - / Re: Dent in roof
« Last post by culzean on Today at 03:35:57 PM »
You could try this company.

https://www.dentmasteruk.co.uk
They do not seem to work in my area. Thanks for the reply though.
Have used your link and have asked for a quote, so thank you. For some reason it now allowed me to get a quote..

chips away seem to specialise in 'paintless dent removal'

https://www.chipsaway.co.uk/services/minor-dents/
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Honda Jazz Mk3 2015 - / Re: Dent in roof
« Last post by Roddy0000 on Today at 12:51:12 PM »
You could try this company.

https://www.dentmasteruk.co.uk
They do not seem to work in my area. Thanks for the reply though.
Have used your link and have asked for a quote, so thank you. For some reason it now allowed me to get a quote..
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Honda Jazz Mk3 2015 - / Re: Dent in roof
« Last post by Roddy0000 on Today at 12:46:36 PM »
You could try this company.

https://www.dentmasteruk.co.uk
They do not seem to work in my area. Thanks for the reply though. 
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Honda Jazz Mk3 2015 - / Re: Dent in roof
« Last post by Skyrider on Today at 11:49:29 AM »
You could try this company.

https://www.dentmasteruk.co.uk
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I use a TomTom satnav. I had a Brodit mount from a previous car, it consists of a device mount and a vehicle mount. I modified the device mount with a piece of plastic cut from the redundant vehicle mount and used as a spacer so that it could be attached to the vertical divider between the centre dash vents with hot melt glue, this gives a solid mount and I detest a vibrating satnav. The TomTom clips to this device mount. Brodit don't make a vehicle mount for the UK MK3 yet. The hot melt glue can be released with a drop of alcohol leaving no mark at trade in time.

This is the device mount I have used.

http://www.dsldevelopments.com/brodit/holder/TomTom+Start%2025-Brodit-Holder.asp

I have taken some photos of my satnav mount. As a short term measure when swapping cars I used the suction mount on the dashboard screen.

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Honda Jazz Mk3 2015 - / Dent in roof
« Last post by Roddy0000 on Today at 11:17:26 AM »

My Honda: 2017 Honda jazz my 3 CVT

Dent in roof
Hi, looks like something off a tree bounced on my roof, would appreciate advice on remedy please. I know that there are DIY options but not sure. Do dealers have 3rd party people come in maybe ?
Any advice would be appreciated.  Thanks.
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Off Topic (Non-Honda) / Re: 30 mph to become 20 mph?
« Last post by JohnAlways on Today at 10:58:30 AM »
This reminds me of the problem I have going in my local supermarket which isn't very large. I can creep along through the car park in my Jazz (5 mph limit) and people on their phones don't hear me coming (even without earphones in). I constantly have my foot hovering on the brake and it's got to the stage I expect them to step out in front of me. Also when reversing out of a space and inching backwards people pass behind totally oblivious to the fact I am coming out and it's not a good idea to cross behind. So I'm ready on the brake then as well.
Well eldest son appeared in the rain on Saturday "Dad I've got a squeal coming out of my front wheel when I brake"!
Guess who was changing pads in the rain Saturday morning? Thankfully the noise was his squealer on the O/S/F and no disk damage. Because I look after 3 jazzes in family I have front and rear pads and discs "in stock" as they all take the same. Good old Jazz!
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Off Topic (Non-Honda) / Re: 30 mph to become 20 mph?
« Last post by culzean on Today at 10:47:57 AM »
*some new build like the other development up the road don't even have street lights!

Council have just replaced the orange sodium streetlights with LED type in our area, the white light much better and more directional ( i.e.. downwards) than older lights, hopefully this will darken the sky and remove that horrible orange glow in the sky over our built up areas.

We've just got those - previously there were vertical orange lamps which illuminated a wide area, including the fronts of the houses.  I appreaciate the advantages of LED and the downward focus but the downside is the lack of spread of their light output makes the area seem very dark now.  Even just for the road and footpath surface, the LEDs are bright underneath them but it's pitch black when you get between them - it feels like there should be at least twice as many.

It is relatively dark in front of my garage now, and I have a lamp post right opposite. It will be worse further down the row of garages.

I find 20 mph easy to drive at in my Jazz. It is perfectly happy at 20 mph in 4th gear. However, I have an i-DSi engine which is happy to pull from these speeds. Others may not be so lucky. I get brilliant mpg in 20 zones!

The ones we have put plenty of light sideways (at right angles to lamp head and down onto road, like a rectangle in same direction as road) but less towards and away from the lamp post and a lot less upwards  - all in all the light is more controlled and a lot less stray light,  so yes it does seem darker away from the road than it used to but the light on the actual road and footpath is great - and you can see the stars more clearly and things are their proper colours - not distorted by the orange sodium light.

Both my wife and myself wish her GE had i-DSi engine, much more tractable and IMHO easier to get great mpg than the high revving  i-Vtec lump, much more suited to urban driving and we also did many motorway miles (trips to Cornwall and Scotland ) in our GD's and never felt they were under-powered.
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