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    SL I******* Motor Plus Presents - The Ceylon Motor Show 2017! The Only Place You Can Witness the Ultimate in Modern Motoring Alongside the Stunning Classics of Yesteryear... Don't Miss The Official Motor Show of The Year! Gates Open - Fri: 5.30pm to 11.00pm & Sat/Sun: 9.30am to 11.00pm.
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    I have some more tips regarding this. I used this Relocation kit: https://www.amazon.com/Metra-95-7017B-Double-2002-2007-Mitsubishi/dp/B00WAHKT0W This ISO to Mitsubishi wire harness, then you don't need to cut any wires http://www.ebay.com/itm/191522544916 Radio: https://www.amazon.com/Eonon-GA2154-Multimedia-Bluetooth-Navigation/dp/B01M5FR43M/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1480527041&sr=8-1&keywords=eonon+ga2154 I had to connect Illumination wires of ISO harness and radio harness manually by soldering and covering with heat shrink (Rs:50 per 1m at Pettah) Also I had to connect the ground wire of radio harness to break in wire in the radio to by pass video playback only when vehicle is stopped (specific to radio) There is a place to keep mic in the original car design in the dash panel. just below the tachometer. (like a place to keep speaker, with few opening lines) You can put and paste (GPS antenna with magnet will get simply attached) the GPS antenna in the cylindrical metal tube inside the radio opening I routed USB cabled of the radio to the cabin hole to use USB devices. The tricky part of the modification was relocating the AC panel, I have seen that many people are trying to unplug AC cables at the panel but it is hard and there is a possibility of breaking parts, but you can easily unplug AC cables above the pedals with just a flat screw driver. Unplug AC cables below dashboard just above the clutch in manual cars as below: Then no need to remove AC cables in the panel : Used ISO to MMC wire harness, no more wire cutting: After everything finished:
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    I have seen this on facebook SLTV page. I think Harshan Senadhira's comment explains it. "Looks like engine ran on engine oil. This happens when the engine is running on under compression where oil seeping into the cylinders and if the engine is running too hot, it'll start burning oil and running on it. It'll increase the RPM as there's no way to control the oil supply to the cylinder and diesel engines are self ignited and cannot switch off. If it's a manual tranny, shift to 5th and release the clutch with brakes applied. That can shutdown the engine. P.s. otherwise engine stops after burning all oil possible and ceased"
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    This is the proper one which is done by SLIC
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