Posted 07 January 2005 - 01:06 AM
sorry to intterupt, just need info on good or available workhops at
Butterworth side, especially those who can accept parts buy ur own.
my 146 1.8TS
Posted 07 January 2005 - 01:56 AM
"Cheap thing NO GOOD...good thing NO CHEAP"
had been to most workshops...am happy with almost all except MA...
now sending my car to HHK...so far no bad experience...
Posted 09 January 2005 - 11:38 AM
sent my car to HHK since day 1I bought it 2nd hand. Its been over 2 years
know and it all started when the Fuel Injection light keep blinking and
blinking. I like their way of 'work around' on the car. If you guys know
what I mean.
Just change upper arm left side, whooooaaa really can feel the diffeence.
For those who are new, dont let the garage outlook fool you !
These guys are good !
Posted 12 January 2005 - 12:04 PM
i tot it was me...who started saying HHK prefer newer models and
surprised to see a lengthy thread. I think if u have older models, go to
Aming next to Salak South Police Station...nice soft spoken chap. HHK
diagnose my car wrongly once....lucky i didnt change my clutch set..
If you are u one of those guys ,all the time at HHK, 'testing' other
people's cars while waiting for collection by owner-tell HHK this! i
wonder why HHK do this. I should think the owner gave the consent already
la.....anyway, i just saw once (bcoz i am not 'full time' at HHK), one of
the guy drove my friend car..
Long live HHK, fixed my car with used sparepart at 'good' price
Posted 13 January 2005 - 12:16 AM
Yo, guys.. guys, no matter what type of Alfa you all drive, You will
still be respectful on the road.... I used to own 146 in my time and still
looks great, man. If I have extra income, I wouldn't mind to buy one as a
second car. And 145, man... that car still look gorgeous on the road and
so hard to be seen nowadays. What an everlasting stylish design. You never
get bored by looking at it many times. Alfa is always an Alfa. No one can
If you have a hard time servicing your car, well...what can I say. I have
been there before...and even now. I even took annual leave just to be with
my precious car! Furthermore, sometimes the mechanic so pissed with me! I
spent my whole day at the centre or if the service took till 5 days, I
will be there everyday till complete. Crazy, huh? Wanna know even crazy
thing I do... when I wash my car, it will take at least more than 5hours
to wash, clean and wax... every weekend.
Anyways, be proud what you have today... not many people can easily own an
Alfa. You have to fall in love with Alfa before owning one.
For those who don't an Alfa, they just probably jealous!... if you know
what I mean.
Posted 14 January 2005 - 03:15 PM
Posted 15 January 2005 - 10:45 PM
"For those who don't own an Alfa, they just probably jealous!... if you
know what I mean."
I hardly wash my alfa. I like it to look rough (and tough) and dirty. You
know Clint Eastwood cowboys type. Last weekend I tried to spend my
precious two hours (not five) cleaning the car and left it beside my
house. At eight o'clock in the evening I noticed there was a deep mark on
both left doors up to the boot. That was intentional. It never occured
like that before. Eventhough I always parked the car on the same location,
during my fifteen years staying in the house. That mentally sick mother
f***er was probably jealous that my car was gleaming and seducing him. And
he might be wondering why on earth is this chap still sticking to an old
alfa and never changed it to either a new proton or to any new version of
japs cars that are swarming the residentials these days.