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I occasionally browse social media of AL members (that I can find of course) Mostly the member active from 2006 ish to around 2014.· 1 reply
I am proud to say almost all of them are much wealthier now than when they joined many years ago.
Most of them drive some real cool machines.Some are even on the “car spotters” pages (which seems to be the achievement target for young guys)
I’m very sure the passion and excitement plus the wealth of knowledge gained from Autolanka helped them to have the awesome taste in cars they do. In a sea of new money people and their flashy show off cars. The Autolanka crowd still stands taller.
Not many young people know about AL, even the old members seem to have forgotten/passed that era. But the cars they drive and the class they show is unmatched in the car scene.
Thank you @MADZ for starting AL and even more so for maintaining it all these years. I saw that you are in Sri Lanka no more, understandably. But I’m glad you still make the effort to keep it going.
The country keeps going backwards. But at least the Autolanka members are doing well and keeping that AL spirit.
After owning the Camry for 2 years I just realized I have never been driven in the backseat. The only other person who has driven the car other than myself as well is my Mechanic· 3 replies
Going to get an Audi 80 Convertible. Going to pull that sri lankan baiya out and ask the owners "dan athey 750$ thiyenawa mokada kiyanne 750$ karamuda, dan arang yanawa" for a 5000$ car.· 1 reply
5 mil. Hatchback. Fun. Manual is preferred. Not too low. Something newer. Fuel is not considered. Resale can kiss sirs arse. Open to euros not just jdm. Choose your weapon.· 13 replies
My car started to show the orange, red exclamation lights and the ABS light with a continuous beeping sound. Car braking was also difficult as I had to really hit the pedal to get it to slow down.
I managed to get the car checked at Toyota Lanka (Diagnosis below)
As per Toyota Lanka I have to replace the below parts which is going to cost me quite a bit.
Further the technician said that he has temporarily fixed the problem ( which he did, brake is working for now with no warning or error lights). My question is if the system is indicating such as significant error how did the technician manage to fix it without part replacement.
He also said that I have the option of getting it repaired via Toyota Lanka but that I would have to sign a document releasing them from any liability. And if the repair failed I would have to replace the part. Costing me both fothe attempted repair and the parts.
Any advice on where I can get this fixed / replaced cheaper. And what are your general thoughts on using recondition parts for this repair.
Thanks in advance.
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