Question about 1990 Daihatsu Charade
Hi all love your site 10/10 i have a VP comadore that has a miss in engine when i go up hills or under low rev load have replaced hight tenstion leads and coils service regulary but can not get rid of miss it dose not seem to get any worse but it is anoying the hell out of me i live on property out of town and i am fairly handy with cars but this has me stuped any help would be great thank you
Kind Regards Tery
I have seen this one time, same as you though it may be coil or other ignition issue, was in the end a defective fuel injector.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
ok.. for starters you need to check why you are loosing revs.. it could be your powersteering switch on your steering rack not working.. just bridge switch to test.. revs should not drop on steering.. then check fuel pump relay.. and efi relay.. theese cars are gettin on.. so could be faulty with long use..heat related.. insert a visual inline fuel filter and when it stalls check fuel flow... aswell as put a little fuel in the vacum hose line and see if it starts to confirm its a fuel issue... if the visualis fuel flow than its fuel pump related.. wires can come loose of pump .. as they travell under rear seat.. and into tank.. ... good luck
Posted on Aug 25, 2009
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