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    Quote Originally Posted by Rohan Anwar View Post
    Attachment 6808 What does these signs mean? indicated by colored outline...
    The Green A with the circled arrow around it is the "Auto Stop & Go" feature. When activated the engine will automatically shut off while at a stop light, or in heavy traffic to save fuel. When you take your foot off the brake the engine will auto start and you'll accelerate. If you are driving down the road it will never activate. It's only intended for heavy traffic situations like city traffic. Even then it will only function under certain conditions. Since the heat is so intense there in Multan I doubt it is activating very much. From another post here are some conditions that it won't activate under.
    You don't use your safety belt.
    - The driver's door is not completely closed.
    - The bonnet is open.
    - The coolant temperature is too low.
    - The airco system is busy cooling the inside of the car. (Climate Control).
    - The inside of the car is heated. (Climate Control).
    - The rear window heating is 'on'.
    - The airco is in 'auto'-mode and switched in either the max or min position.
    - After starting the car it has not gone faster than 5 km/h.
    - After starting the car no more than 30 seconds have passed.
    - The car is started and stopped within 10 seconds.
    - The selection handle of the CVT is in any other position than 'D'. (AS&G will not function in 'Ds'!)
    - The Automatic Stability Control is either switched off or active.

    The switch is simply to turn it off. It's on by default. If you turn it off then the engine will not shut off automatically. There is no harm in switching it off. Your fuel mileage might be worse but it really depends if it's really activating very often due to your current driving situations.

    The Orange box you've outlined is simply a service reminder for oil change & regular maintenance. You can reset it, reprogram it to different intervals or turn it off completely (which is what I did). I do my own maintenance and don't like an annoying "maintenance nanny" on the information screen. Here is a link to how to reset it, modify the intervals, or turn it off. It's kinda tricky to do and it took me a bunch of attempts to get the sequence just right to shut it off entirely.

    http://mirageforum.com/forum/showthr...rvice-interval



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    Quote Originally Posted by Rohan Anwar View Post
    Attachment 6809 covering floor mat with rexine to save it from the dust as rexine is very easy to clean
    Wow! Impressive, you'll have to take another pic after everything is reinstalled to show how it turned out!

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    That's how it looked when I purchased the car.

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    Rexine Seat covers & floor mat placed!

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    I've tried the procedure mentioned in the link, didn't work! ��

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    I haven't heard of Rexine before - it looks like leather. Looks good! Thanks for sharing. Can you tell us more about it?

    Also, don't forget that your car has airbags in the front seats, and our manuals warn against using seat covers as they may interfere with airbag deployment.
    Last edited by Eggman; 12-03-2016 at 10:47 PM.

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    Rexine just looks like leather because of the fact that it is artificial leather, most common things in which rexine is used are bags, shoes, sofas, etc. There are different qualities (finest to rough) which are readily available in Pakistan.
    My car have just 2 air bags, 1 in the steering wheel & other at passenger side in the dashboard. Seats doesn't have any airbag at all.
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    Interior looks great!

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    Do we really need to change the CVT fluid at this mileage. Normally it works till 65,000 km to 70,000 km.

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    Quote Originally Posted by arslannashraf View Post
    Do we really need to change the CVT fluid at this mileage. Normally it works till 65,000 km to 70,000 km.
    Normally I would say no, you can wait until 100K KM to change the fluid. We have a member in Canada that has a fleet of Mirages for their auto parts distribution and they have Mirages with over 200K KM without changing CVT fluid. But, Lahore is way way hotter than Canada so the intense heat there would be much tougher on transmissions.


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