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sanekit

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Wira update.

Was going to register the RFID so I took the insurance cover note for photostate. I saw that the insurance there write my car is a Wira 1.3 GL manual..... So I asume this car is a 1.3 manual and then convert into a 1.5 auto? Wah.....as deep as I dig there is a lot of thing coming out.Hahahahaha
like @vr2turbo said, check geran. insurance sometimes got the info wrong. if wrong not same as geran u should contact them and fix it. later wanna claim susah.
 

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Wira update.

Was going to register the RFID so I took the insurance cover note for photostate. I saw that the insurance there write my car is a Wira 1.3 GL manual..... So I asume this car is a 1.3 manual and then convert into a 1.5 auto? Wah.....as deep as I dig there is a lot of thing coming out.Hahahahaha
no worries, my insurance details also slightly off. their system doesnt register my car in manual at all, only auto.


See your car ownership geran, even engine change is recorded.
Your front brake disc is solid or ventilated? I remember 1.3 came with solid, 1.5 ventilated, or maybe it was swap at the same time as the engine.....
err, grant if they request a new grant, it shows the new blockNo. also these days voc, cannot see at all
 

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no worries, my insurance details also slightly off. their system doesnt register my car in manual at all, only auto. (you can call them up and get it corrected if the system allows it)



err, grant if they request a new grant, it shows the new blockNo. also these days voc, cannot see at all
 

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See your car ownership geran, even engine change is recorded.
Your front brake disc is solid or ventilated? I remember 1.3 came with solid, 1.5 ventilated, or maybe it was swap at the same time as the engine.....
Is ventalated from the start.
Now New Grand won't show anything out. Juz a half piece of A4 size paper. I feel like very easy to lost it if you didn't keep it well.
 

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Is ventalated from the start.
Now New Grand won't show anything out. Juz a half piece of A4 size paper. I feel like very easy to lost it if you didn't keep it well.
I just check my wife's car VOC, all listed, Make and Model, engine number, chassis number and so on.....:smokin:
 

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no worries, my insurance details also slightly off. their system doesnt register my car in manual at all, only auto.

err, grant if they request a new grant, it shows the new blockNo. also these days voc, cannot see at all
Insurance details better make sure all details same as VOC, later cannot claim chialat.......
 
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Yup, the insurance advisor need to check with their adjusters to see how much the car is worth, before they can insure it......lol
Insurance advisors are sometimes idiots. A friend of mine saved a "Limited edition" late model e90 320i BMW after rebuilding it. These "Limited Edition" cars are quite unique because customers specially spec-up these cars with high end options so each "Limited Edition" is unique in some way. This one had the highest end leather option, bluetooth Idrive, a body-kit and a few other things. The insurance advisor called my friend back and said the insurance was RM2k++. My friend was stunned why the insurance was so high, the advisor said they don't have this model in their database and used the nearest description of what they had which was the F30, a much newer car and insured my friends car for RM130k.

The problem was he bought the car for 40k. Now he's thinking whether to just total the car and claim the money or not.
 
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Insurance advisors are sometimes idiots. A friend of mine saved a "Limited edition" late model e90 320i BMW after rebuilding it. These "Limited Edition" cars are quite unique because customers specially spec-up these cars with high end options so each "Limited Edition" is unique in some way. This one had the highest end leather option, bluetooth Idrive, a body-kit and a few other things. The insurance advisor called my friend back and said the insurance was RM2k++. My friend was stunned why the insurance was so high, the advisor said they don't have this model in their database and used the nearest description of what they had which was the F30, a much newer car and insured my friends car for RM130k.

The problem was he bought the car for 40k. Now he's thinking whether to just total the car and claim the money or not.
Nah....when he want to claim, the insurance company will magically come with the market value figure and said we declared wrongly.
 

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Nah....when he want to claim, the insurance company will magically come with the market value figure and said we declared wrongly.
Yeah that's what he's worried about also. Hahahhaa.. and it's a Limited Edition, so it's quite a rare BMW E90. Let's see if he got balls or not to total loss it
 

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Yeah that's what he's worried about also. Hahahhaa.. and it's a Limited Edition, so it's quite a rare BMW E90. Let's see if he got balls or not to total loss it
ask yout friend to beli insurance with an agreed upon value.... then proceed to total it... ofc u should remove whatever nice bits you can~~ what they dont know doesnt harm you
 

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Insurance advisors are sometimes idiots. A friend of mine saved a "Limited edition" late model e90 320i BMW after rebuilding it. These "Limited Edition" cars are quite unique because customers specially spec-up these cars with high end options so each "Limited Edition" is unique in some way. This one had the highest end leather option, bluetooth Idrive, a body-kit and a few other things. The insurance advisor called my friend back and said the insurance was RM2k++. My friend was stunned why the insurance was so high, the advisor said they don't have this model in their database and used the nearest description of what they had which was the F30, a much newer car and insured my friends car for RM130k.

The problem was he bought the car for 40k. Now he's thinking whether to just total the car and claim the money or not.
Yup, those advisors just poke the keys and see their data base only.....lol
 

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Wira Update

The left side seat belt cannot retract. I think is the thing bottom spoil already. If I want to buy that thing what is the name? Even in chinese I also can't pronounce the thing's name.Hahahahahaha