Thursday, December 11, 2008

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Learn the Basic of info in starting your cars.

Before driving your cars, you should have basic information in cars starting process. Understanding this will help you in a situation where cars start to show problems.

1. Investigate the starter. Make sure the starter doesn’t have a loose connection. It’s easy to see the wires that connect to the starter motor, assuming you know what a starter motor looks like. If not, search Google Images for “car+starter+motor.” Now!

2. Check your fuses. While it’s understandable that you are about to blow a fuse by now, try having a little more patience. If your car has a fuse box which is associated with the starting system, you might want to make sure that the problem is not as simple as a blown fuse. You might want to do this before getting your hands dirty with step numbers 1 to 4. Oops, sorry!

3. Test the ignition coil. Use a multimeter that can measure impedance. In the absence of a multimeter tester, use your hands to feel if there is any current in the coil when the car is started. Really, a lot of people do this but I don’t recommend it.

4. Inspect the coil wires. Examine the coil wires and see if they are shorted or broken then use the multimeter tester to ensure their connectivity.



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Used cars in Japan has become more cheaper in crisis

Buying from Japan has gotten even cheaper! Order and book your vehicle on the next ship now with IBC Japan

We have secured space for vehicles on the next ship to Durban! Take advantage of the current market situation as buying from Japan has never been cheaper! Shipping to your port is no longer a problem as we have both space, and shipping availability to meet your exporting needs!

For questions, email us at csc@ibcjapan.co.jp or contact us through phone (81) 75 622 5091, we are here to assist you 24/7! Thank you always for choosing IBC Japan for your vehicle importing needs!

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Monday, December 1, 2008

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Used Auto Distributor moved to bigger space

WE ARE MOVING!

ATNZ Auckland is on the move to bigger and better site at 257 Roscommon Rd, Wiri.

We have over 2,000 vehicles in one yard for your viewing convenience.

Our sales, administration & accounts, workshop, panel and paint will be based at the same address.

We apologise in advance for any inconvenience caused over this transition period.

The timetable for the move is as follows;

Sales Already moved
Administration & Accounts Already moved
Mechanical Repair Workshop 10 Dec 08 (the Workshop will be closed until 15 Dec)

The remainder of our team -Panel & Paint - will relocate in February 2009.

We apologise in advance for any inconvenience caused over this transition period.

Look out in the New Year for some great changes to the way Autoterminal does business.
Get driving directions here.



Regards,

Darryl McGifford
General Manager


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