Talk:Adam Motor Company
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18.104.22.168 10:21, 9 October 2006 (UTC)A REAL PROTECTION FOR THE VEHICLES KHOKHAR AUTO ELECTRONICS 415-a Babu Mohallah, Saddar, Rawalpindi. Phone 051- 5514504
To, The Manager
Ref: 2K051229-15 9 October 2006
Subject: Engine Over-Heat Alarm System.
We have created a NEW instrument as under subject (Khokhar Original Research Product). It is an alert indication 1.Min. 7. Sec before time to protect the auto-mobile engines from over-heating and ceasing.
At siren sound STOP engine immediately and examine the engine, otherwise engine is going to over-heat and ceases.
Mainly the unit is designed to prevent the major financial losses caused by over-heating and ceased engine repairing. . If you are interested in (PURELY PAKISTAN MADE), please, do not hesitate to contact us for further information’s, as well QUESTIONS? SUGGESTIONS! You have.
Complete prescription and information on request.
CONTACT US FOR YOUR AUTO-MOBILE ELECTRONIC PROBLEMS
Subject: Security Alarm System for Vehicles
OUR RESEARCH:- REMOTE CONTROLL IS FICILITY NOT A SECURITY
We created a NEW instrument as under subject which helps to protect the LIVES AND PROPERTY. It is a real technology which protects the vehicle from THEFT & SNATCH, a few hints below.
1. THEFT ATTEMPT. The car cannot be mobilized, even the original KEY snatch away by force or stolen, car will sound SIREN and impossible to start engine by original key, unless the codes are not adopt.
2. SNATCH ATTEMPT. The car cannot be snatched even mobilized (START) position. At snatched attempt, engine immobilized automatically after a few seconds (ADJUSTABLE) taking you out of danger PLUS a siren call for your attention and informing you the immobilized location of the car.
Best wishes, Altaf Ahmed.
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I can't believe how biased this article is! I saw this in recent changes, and saw where someone changed a part that said something like "Fortunately it failed" to "Unfortunately it failed." An unbiased encyclopedia project shouldn't be saying something happened "fortunately" OR "unfortunately;" it should just say something along the lines of "it failed," removing the biased words. Also, "cheap made in China" is far from being fair and balanced. This article needs a serious make over! PCHS-NJROTC (Messages) 18:18, 3 June 2009 (UTC)
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