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Honda Jazz Mk3 2015 - / Re: Polish for New Jazz
« Last post by Skyrider on Today at 07:28:28 AM »
This works for me, long lasting, easy to apply, and can be used as a rinse aid if a top up is required. Gives a silky Matt finish on plastic, and can be used on glass (except windscreens).Widely available, ASDA, WILCO etc 8 at WILCO.
Honda Jazz Mk3 2015 - / Polish for New Jazz
« Last post by SamJazz on December 13, 2018, 11:04:37 PM »
What polish do Jazz owners use for their cars.

I'm buying a new Jazz which is finished in white, so I need a decent polish to protect the paintwork.

I don't mind applying it myself providing it's reasonably easy to do and not needing any special polishing machinery etc. What would also be useful to know is how frequent any suggestions may need to be applied.

I guess I will also require something to help protect the interior upholstery too, so any suggestions for this other than seat covers as I don't want to use them.


New Members / Re: Hi from East Yorkshire
« Last post by RichardA on December 13, 2018, 08:22:30 PM »
Hello and welcome. :)
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New Members / MOVED: Honda Jazz 2009 Semi Automatic ES 5 door
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Honda Jazz Mk1 2002-2008 / Re: labour time for replacing spark plugs and 4 coils
« Last post by culzean on December 13, 2018, 06:31:33 PM »
You can get coil packs for as little as a tenner off fleabay ( links on forum, search coil packs or coils on forum ) also plus to be had for less than 3 or 4 quid each ( also links if you search forum for sparplugs or NGK ). Can do it yourself in an hour, that price you were quoted was daylight robbery.....

I would get plugs changed first and see if it runs ok, then changing coils if required is a ten minute job. I think they are having a laugh trying to sell you all four coils, maybe, just maybe one or two duff, but change the plugs first.

If you look at description of ones in link below they are marked as either 'inlet side' ( front ) or 'outlet side' ( rear) (they mean intake side and exhaust side ).
You would have to check if your existing coils have numbers on them.

Don't know if one's below are front or rear, you could ask seller if they know.

Front and rear coils are not interchangeable, but all the front are identical to each other as are the rear coils.

Try Cox motor parts  or Opie oils for spark plugs, IIRC you put your registration number or manually choose your model on both sites.
Honda Jazz Mk1 2002-2008 / labour time for replacing spark plugs and 4 coils
« Last post by mikephorse on December 13, 2018, 06:06:30 PM »
Just had transmission flush at a cost of 187 which removed the judder I was getting when slowing and pulling away
from traffic lights. After collecting my Jazz auto 2004 from Honda Service it felt much better, yet only minutes later
driving home, a different problem occurred, it began periodically 'missing', something I had never experienced before
prior to having flush done. I rang Honda asking if it was connected to the flush and they replied " you need to replace
your spark plugs and also need 4 Coils replacing"
It made me suspicious but there was nothing I could do in such circumstances. Have been given a quote of 385 , for the repair (not by Honda)---Honda quoted 700 !  The point of my sorry tale is can anyone indicate the labour time involved in replacing these items.

Hybrid / Re: what milage do people get?
« Last post by jazzavac on December 13, 2018, 04:35:42 PM »
- City centre driving with lot of traffic lights. waiting, heating on, 6 mile trip, 1 mile steep hill - 44.4
- Country roads and motorway driving @60-65 mph - very little traffic - 65

Summer time - urban driving as above, but slightly less traffic due to school holidays 52-57

All values are as indicated by trip computer, real values are 5-10% lower

I use V-Power or BP Ultimate unleaded only.

Most of petrol is used to warm up the engine
At low outside temperatures engine is less likely to switch off at stop
Econ mode is ON
Short trips are worst for MPG, any longer trip, and MPG goes up significantly.
Honda Jazz Mk3 2015 - / Re: Display reseting on its own.
« Last post by dvhttn on December 13, 2018, 04:16:49 PM »
Me neither but I'd go further and suggest that the warning should be removed. I don't know if legislation requires it or Honda just felt it was needed but it's an irritation.

It is an irritation. I drive Mercedes vans fairly often at work and they too have the same warning message appear on start-up. They're not touch screen radios though so the message disappears after a few seconds. Why can't the Jazz one do the same? And if the legislation said the warning has to be acknowledged by the driver before disappearing why don't the Mercs have you reaching for a button to dismiss it?

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