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JamesN

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  #1978334 15-Mar-2018 22:03
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Sorry missed that post
Car jam has Engine no as ZJ

hsvhel
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  #1978444 16-Mar-2018 09:13
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What’s the engine number on the car, carjam is only as accurate as it’s data input, which is a bit lapse in areas

 
 
 
 


JamesN

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  #1978445 16-Mar-2018 09:18
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hsvhel: What’s the engine number on the car, carjam is only as accurate as it’s data input, which is a bit lapse in areas

 

Engine No: ZJ

 

Chassis: DY3W-436537


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  #1978764 16-Mar-2018 16:49
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It's easy enough to determine chain or belt simply by looking under the bonnet. Post photos of the engine at the accessory belt end and we'll tell you.

 

@hsvhel: What’s the engine number on the car, carjam is only as accurate as it's data input, which is a bit lapse in areas

 

OT, I know, but don't you mean "a bit lax"?. I've never heard of lapse used in that context. A quick Google doesn't yield any "a bit lapse" results but given the definition of lapse it could fit. I'm now genuinely intrigued to know whether I've been using it wrong all these years or whether only one or both are acceptable.


hsvhel
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  #1978805 16-Mar-2018 17:12
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cadman:

It's easy enough to determine chain or belt simply by looking under the bonnet. Post photos of the engine at the accessory belt end and we'll tell you.


@hsvhel: What’s the engine number on the car, carjam is only as accurate as it's data input, which is a bit lapse in areas


OT, I know, but don't you mean "a bit lax"?. I've never heard of lapse used in that context. A quick Google doesn't yield any "a bit lapse" results but given the definition of lapse it could fit. I'm now genuinely intrigued to know whether I've been using it wrong all these years or whether only one or both are acceptable.



No idea mate, wouldn’t be surprised if it was incorrect-lazy dialect and all

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  #1978809 16-Mar-2018 17:25
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hsvhel: No idea mate, wouldn’t be surprised if it was incorrect-lazy dialect and all

 

Damn. Another rabbit hole to go down! Haha


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