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Sliding into Idling Mode

Laid back. Day-dreamed. Surfed the internet. Hehe.

In the afternoon, I went and purchased driver seat’s rubber mat for Nissan, replacement battery and a new steering wheel cover for Kancil.

Returned home to defrost the chicken and headed back out to Alamanda to bowl with my brother & sister. Schweeet.

Stress dropped. Smiles are back on my face. : )

High Speed Tuesday

Easily the busiest Tuesday of the month. Every minute counted. Literally. I took half a day off to do these:

1 – First fetch my brother CB at Banting Matriculation.

2 – Then rushed home to receive my brand-spanking-new Samsung LED TV (scheduled delivery) – there’s a separate post for this.

3 – Rushed to PJ to have the Nissan go through major maintenance (160k 160,000 mileage). It’s only at about 150 plus, but the chain-like sound worried me (must be some lose brackets or something). Traveled back by public transportation.

I bumped into Zahrin in the ERL train and hitched his ride to the hospital. Thanks, Zahrin. It was good to catch up.

My Nissan Sentra was beautifully restored

Just a quick update, on Wednesday June 2nd, I was able to pick up my car from the workshop.

Here’s the entry when I first totaled the front: I lost control of my Nissan Sentra.

Here’s the entry of some investigative work post-crash: Repair and Crash analysis.

The repairman did a phenomenal job restoring the car. It’s an absolutely amazing work. If you ever need a touch-up for your cars here in Malaysia, I’d be happy to refer you to this awesome workshop.

Nissan headlamp replacement

I was in Honeywell office PJ to audit the training for the Instrument/Electrical maintenance crew.

While I was it, I left my Nissan at the nearby service center for the left headlamp replacement.

sentra_headlamp

It was broken before. Now water had sipped inside it. The left headlamp reminded of my left knee for being “repaired” twice – first was arthroscopy and then the actual reconstructive surgery.

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