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Daniel008
post Feb 25 2009, 07:41 PM
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call this guy speacialist in renault kangoo.....renault genuine part with cheap price....special offer....0122336644


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post May 3 2009, 01:38 AM
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this guy know all about kangoo,,, can try him 0122336644...really helpful.... nice guy


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ahk
post Jun 1 2009, 12:37 PM
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dear all,
I'm new here. may i know what is the maintance cost if i want to buy a kangoo with milleage more than 100K?
what are the major parts that need to change at this milleage? timing belt, engine mounting?

what would be the cost? Does it cost a bomb?

Thanks in advance.

p/s never drive a conti b4 smile_sleepy.gif
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tnash
post Jun 1 2009, 03:47 PM
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QUOTE (ahk @ Jun 1 2009, 12:37 PM) *
dear all,
I'm new here. may i know what is the maintance cost if i want to buy a kangoo with milleage more than 100K?
what are the major parts that need to change at this milleage? timing belt, engine mounting?

what would be the cost? Does it cost a bomb?

Thanks in advance.

p/s never drive a conti b4 smile_sleepy.gif


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ahk,

This is what I believe b4 buying a car lah.
1. I normally check who was the previous owner. Test the car thoroughly. Check everything.
2. If find any faults, ask the owner or used car dealer to repair before you buy. Otherwise, find somewhere else.
3. Check Full Service history of the car if available with car maintenance book. If not available....
4. With the car number, check with TCEAS computer on the service history of the car.
5. If the car was maintained by TCEAS, then you have full record and know what has been changed or replaced.

Every used car you purchased, get ready $$$$ as you need to repair, replace certain parts.This is part and parcel of
buying used car.
When I bought a Scenic recently, the clutch has worn out, some cracks at door handle, 1 power window not functioning,
meter light dim and fabric a bit torn. B4 taking delivery, the dealer repaired all those mentioned, which costs about 2K plus.
So far so good, car is running smoothly.
All the best to you, cheers!!! smile_big.gif


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ahk
post Jun 3 2009, 11:43 AM
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QUOTE (tnash @ Jun 1 2009, 03:47 PM) *
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ahk,

This is what I believe b4 buying a car lah.
1. I normally check who was the previous owner. Test the car thoroughly. Check everything.
2. If find any faults, ask the owner or used car dealer to repair before you buy. Otherwise, find somewhere else.
3. Check Full Service history of the car if available with car maintenance book. If not available....
4. With the car number, check with TCEAS computer on the service history of the car.
5. If the car was maintained by TCEAS, then you have full record and know what has been changed or replaced.

Every used car you purchased, get ready $$$$ as you need to repair, replace certain parts.This is part and parcel of
buying used car.
When I bought a Scenic recently, the clutch has worn out, some cracks at door handle, 1 power window not functioning,
meter light dim and fabric a bit torn. B4 taking delivery, the dealer repaired all those mentioned, which costs about 2K plus.
So far so good, car is running smoothly.
All the best to you, cheers!!! smile_big.gif


thanks for your advice.
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bedoqstar
post Sep 13 2011, 12:34 PM
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hey, did anyone here know where to send the kangoo in Subang jaya or any workshop here in klang valley
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br1
post Sep 13 2011, 01:18 PM
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hey, did anyone here know where to send the kangoo in Subang jaya or any workshop here in klang valley


Send to RS Auto in Bandar Puteri Puchong - Renault specialist, look for Mr.Ho 012-2365520 or 03-80631389
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tan7511
post Sep 16 2011, 09:51 PM
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Continental Car Specialist:

Renautech
No. 1, Jalan Industrial USJ 1/4, Taman Perindustrian USJ 1,
47600 Subang Jaya, Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia.

Tel : 03-8023 8914
Fax: 03-8023 8524
www.renautech.com.my

I have my car service there also although I'm from Kepong area. Trustworthy .. service charge is reasonable.
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yenhau88
post Apr 27 2012, 04:13 PM
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QUOTE (JJL @ Jun 14 2005, 03:00 PM) *
Hi...,

Just got my new Kangoo yesterday. is an auto. Still playing around with it.
Hopefully can share something with ur all.

Hv a nice day!


60k km done remember to replace your t.belt or it`ll burn your pockets!
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