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Imteeaz

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  1. Hi Mario Do you mind dropping me a text on 055 897 0942 to guide me to your garage that did the kill switch? Thanks
  2. I dont think it kills the abs mate. do u recommend any specific garage for the kill switch? @Jonny90 mate that was the picture that you shared previously with Rob. let me know if you managed to get the kill switch done for both traction and abs
  3. @Imran Kashif congrats mate - looking forward to drive with you
  4. @Sayed Bilal the switch located near the gear knob does not kill the traction control completely. I was lucky enough to have 2 team members advising me, after more than 40 drives using the above set-up, how to completely kill the traction control. The switch is located right above your brake pedal; you need to press the brake then feel with your fingers for 2 small push switches. Press the left one for 2s and the another traction control light will show on your dashboard. Needless to say that your engine should be on; you need to repeat this (similar to the other switch next to the gear knob) every-time you switch off your vehicle. Unfortunately holding the switch for longer does not change anything. @ASAD. I was planning to install a kill switch, but then got the solution from Sam and Rob; my AED350 stays in my pocket. Drop me a Whatsapp on 0558970942 and i will share a short video as well.
  5. Amazing drive team. Since the start, @Hisham Masaad was in the mood to push us to our (and cars) limits; I was struggling to keep up with his pace, and had to forget everything and keep my foot on the gas pedal to be able to climb these dunes. The coffee break + dates (not planned) was most welcome. I wish we could have more breaks like this in the future drives as it helped to have all of us getting together and really enjoying a break. @Ranjan Das mate I hope that you will be able to get the Jeep fixed in no time; I understood that you were stressing out with the car - keep the faith mate. I am sure that you will back in the sand in no time. @Karthik Raptor mate you show-cased the power of the V8 while pulling the Jeep through the dunes. I am not sure what we could have done without you. BIG THANKS buddy. @Islam Soliman good to see you again mate. I felt that your presence and calm provided all of us that extra peace of mind and direction while WE were all trying to find the shortest and easiest way out of the dunes to get to the meeting point for Ranjan to be able to call the recovery truck. Your coordination and understanding with @Hisham Masaad was great. @Waqas Parvez @ASAD. @Mohamad Anwer @Simon Dawood @Sunil Mathew @MMansoor @Abdelghani @Vaibhav you all contributed to an amazing drive, which was short but sweet. I am looking forward to drive with the same team in the near future. Finally - it made me realised that we all leave our family in the morning (or afternoon) to come and enjoy a bit of sand and dunes, and that sometimes things do not go as planned. The incident with @Ranjan Das car was a reminder for all of us that we should keep taking this as a hobby between buddies, and help each other when and where we can. We all got together as a TEAM, and each of ones contributed positively in every way to this incident. @Carnity is not only a club for me (and for us); it is an opportunity for us to get together on a regular basis, enjoy a couple of dunes, and then sit down and enjoy a coffee. On a side note, I managed to get my RTA approval today. I had to replace the valvetronic with the stock muffler yesterday. As I am writing, the garage is busy putting back the new muffler. Cheers gents
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