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Date Registered: 01-2006
TOTAL POSTS: 2
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newbie sydney


hello folks. been reading the forums for a while and just purchased a white exy auto ti-l with sunroof. pickup is this sunday .wondering if there was anything i should do upon pickup as i'm pretty new to new cars....
thanks and awesome site
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Date Registered: 02-2004
Location: SUTHERLAND, SYDNEY
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Re: newbie sydney


Hi duplicat and welcome to the forum.

Congrats on your new purchase. well done and excellent choice of cars too emoticon

WRT "what you should do upon pick-up?" follow these steps:

1. Get the keys from the dealer.
2. Drive the car out from the yard carefully.
3. Go for a 1000kms test drive to appreciate the fun of driving in an exy LOL

Sorry just kidding, I was new to a new cars too when I bought mine 3 years ago emoticon

Things to look out for on delivery include:

1. The safety-check list which needs to be given to you by the dealer stating they have done the pre-delivery check on it.

2. Check that the owners book manual and the owners book has the dealer stamp and your name on it correctly.

3. Check the car for any potential and visible damage (even if it is a small scratch) and mention it to the dealer.

4. Match the engine and chassis number which show in the owners book to that stamped on the car in the engine bay.

5. Ensure that the car has the Australian compliance plate (in the engine bay) am sure it would.

6. Test all the electricals (lights, wipers, 6 stack CD player and radio)

7. Check the ashtray and/or the centre arm-rest box for a spare and un-used fuse, if you find it, ask the dealer to put it where it should be, as this fuse controls your trip meter, time and temp. guages/reading in the dash and is taken-out by the factory in Japan. Refer to |offset=10]THIS for the exact position of this fuse.

That’s what I can remember for now; other members might add something as well.

Good luck and enjoy your stay on the forum.

Should you need any help, please don't hesitate to give the Admin Team a yell.


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Date Registered: 01-2006
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Re: newbie sydney


thanks jalal for the info.

have thought about a sydney to young trip to break it in. i heard cherries are supposed to be in season
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