Tata Indica V2 DLS 1,00,000 Kms Review


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On Wednesday morning,

i gone to mechanic shed at 10am, mechanic and his labor guys started to work in Blacky at 10:30am. i sat in a chair near to my car.

Mechanic guys removed the bonnet and the labor guys started to remove each and every connection from engine. At 12pm they removed the whole engine from Blacky with the help of pulley and the chief mechanic opened the engine & he removed each and every part separately and the labor guys started to wash the parts with petrol. ....
Appu, could you please send the contact number of the Mechanic? As I am also have the problem with my Indica as it was with your Indica. I am also from Vellore.
 
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Appu, could you please send the contact number of the Mechanic? As I am also have the problem with my Indica as it was with your Indica. I am also from Vellore.

Happy to see a another Enthusiast from Vellore, that too with Indica[clap], Welcome to TAI Raja and have a pleasant stay here.

As you are Rookie, I'm not able to send you a msg. So sent an Email to you. Pls check and let me know.
 
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One of the best well maintained indica i have ever seen.
I am new to this forum and recently upgraded to vento tdi. I have kept my old trusty indigo.
She is 2005 model. BS3 tdi intercooled version. Completed 82k kms and is maintained very well. There are some few tata niggles but overall i am satisfied with it. Independent suspension makes so much difference in ride quality. One problem i am facing is about fuel injection pump which TASC says that it needs to be completely overhauled.

I have been experiencing some rpm fluctuations whenever AC is turned on. I got my car scanned and tuning was done for rpm adjustments but whenever i switch on my AC, needle just fluctuates and drops to 950-1000rpm instead of 1100-1200rpm.

I checked this with BOSCH, they say we just need to replace the FICD sensor which costs somewhere around 1200bucks. When the car is running, AC cools the cabin in just 5mins but when there is some slow stop traffic, it just dies out.
 
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One of the best well maintained indica i have ever seen.
I am new to this forum and recently upgraded to vento tdi. I have kept my old trusty indigo.
She is 2005 model. BS3 tdi intercooled version. Completed 82k kms and is maintained very well. There are some few tata niggles but overall i am satisfied with it. Independent suspension makes so much difference in ride quality. One problem i am facing is about fuel injection pump which TASC says that it needs to be completely overhauled.

I have been experiencing some rpm fluctuations whenever AC is turned on. I got my car scanned and tuning was done for rpm adjustments but whenever i switch on my AC, needle just fluctuates and drops to 950-1000rpm instead of 1100-1200rpm.

I checked this with BOSCH, they say we just need to replace the FICD sensor which costs somewhere around 1200bucks. When the car is running, AC cools the cabin in just 5mins but when there is some slow stop traffic, it just dies out.
That is great to know still you own your trusty Indigo. I too agree, Old TATA cars had some niggles but still it will run till its last breath.

Latest TATA cars are matured when compare to the old ones.

Nice review.
Me too own 110 k+ ran Indica.
Thanks V.car.

Some people used to say, TATA cars never withstand for more num of kilometers. But the actual truth is TATA cars can much more number of miles happily. Our thread is the big example for that.[:)]
 

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