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Honda Jazz Mk3 2015 - / Re: I'm outta here :)
« Last post by monkeydave on Today at 01:25:38 PM »
well after having two hondas in the past, a 1.6 se civic and a 1.2 jazz s i will probably be comming back soon after the timing chain and rust issues i have been getting with my 66 plate yaris

you better look on rust issues on toyotas before you jump and my chain is rattling again 10 months after replacement from the dealer so you might be ok....

its a lot of money for a corolla but then the civic is not too far behind and i hate the little tubo engines they use these days

you might be ok being built in the uk as both my hondas were, my yaris was built in france so not so hot

before i change cars i will check if the jazz is now built in japan or china as i dont want a china built car

and as for dealer service, i have had lots of different brands over the years but by far the best has been swansway honda

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« Last post by Leeb on Today at 01:07:00 PM »
Quick question, on my Honda jazz 2016 when it idling I can't hold the revs between 1000 and 1500 rpm it jumps around with a steady foot.makes drivability crap so I have to compensate by over reving engine a little no fault codes egr clean as a whistle any ideas?
Honda Jazz Mk1 2002-2008 / Re: Rattling sound from under
« Last post by Njazz on Today at 12:52:25 PM »

Just seen that this website does the front drop link arms for 7.95 each or 13.95 for the pair.

With free UK delivery.

Might pick up a pair as I have heard this knocking sound once I rock the car side to side.
Honda Jazz Mk3 2015 - / Re: I'm outta here :)
« Last post by Hobo on Today at 12:12:07 PM »
I will also be looking at Toyota when I change my Civic after having four Honda cars on the last twenty years, I had a test drive in the MK3 Jazz and was not impressed, I found it noisy and nowhere near as well fitted out and finished as my previous MK2, after reading some of the complaints about the MK3 which admittedly appear to be mostly minor niggles it appears that Honda quality is not what it once was.
My next door neighbour who is quite a car buff has recently purchased a Toyota C-HR after testing a new Civic and reckons there is no comparison, he thinks the Toyota is a far better engine, build and ride I have also tested the new Civic and much prefer my model to the new one, so looks like it may be also be Toyota for me.   
UK 'S' models didn't have remote locking, air con or heated door mirrors.
That answers my question about heated mirrors!
is there a website that will tell me what I have .  It seems I have a 1.2 S - I have a remote with buttons that doesnt work but one of the topics here tells me a 2006 1.2 doesnt have a remote key entry

Any assistance welcomed !

THanks !

PS VIN Plate starts JHMGD57305S2

Other info GD5


Your trim level is 'S' but as you are in Ireland the spec maybe be different to a UK 'S' model. UK 'S' models didn't have remote locking, air con or heated door mirrors. That you've said you have a key with two buttons suggests your car did come with remote locking as standard so it sounds like a flat battery in the remote.

I was under the impression they all had heated mirrors. If you do have heated mirrors, they should come on with the rear demister.
Rear demister works fine, but it does nothing to the mirrors. I would have thought both mirrors having gone open circuit unlikely. Cars that do have heated mirrors don't have a secondary fuse after the demister fuse.

Pre-facelift (late 2004) Jazzes have a seperate button for the heated mirrors (where fitted) next to the mirror adjustment. The heated mirrors switch was combined with the heated rear window at facelift (late 2004) to make way for the folding mirrors switch.

Bear in mind the spec may be different where the OP is.
GD5 is the European spec, the same as mine.

GDx is the chassis code and has no bearing on the specification.

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New Members / Re: Hi from Hull
« Last post by RichardA on Today at 11:23:08 AM »
Hello and welcome. :)
Honda Jazz Mk3 2015 - / Re: I'm outta here :)
« Last post by trebor1652 on Today at 11:10:27 AM »
Cars are a compromise, the more you pay the more you expect.(your comment about how much more the Toyota is).
Still your input will be missed.
Happy motoring.

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Off Topic (Non-Honda) / Re: My old Volvo.
« Last post by peteo48 on Today at 10:57:43 AM »
I sold the Volvo for 295!

The current owner is truly enjoying the cost benefits of bangernomics then. Shows if you look around you can buy a viable car for very little money.
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