Question about 2006 Daihatsu Sirion 1.3
Are you after 'changing the power steering oil'?? As your typing seems to have given some odd answers.. If YES.. power steering oil, then you should know there is NO need to ever change this oil.. However, it SHOULD be a reddish colour.. if it is deep black, or smells 'burnt' that is a sign that there is other faults and therefore needs investigation. If on the other hand, there is no deep black colour, a reddy brown is NORMAL and just continue to top up.. I hope this answers your question. Ok?
Posted on Mar 07, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Daihatsu Sirion
I assume you are changing the timing belt. I am a mechanic and although not familiar with your vehicle, you would usually locate the timing mark on the bottom pulley and line this up. Careful not to turn the engine over too hard as pistons can strike valves. then you should look for similar marks on the camshaft pulley[s], and line these up. Then fit belt. This has to be tensiond correctly which is important. Hope this helps. Mike the bike01.
Posted on Aug 19, 2008
SOURCE: 1999 Daihatsu Sirion
Your engine is probably an EJ-DE twin cam 12 valve.
Generally Daihatsu belts have marks on them that line up with dimples on the sprockets for the intial phasing. You rotate the engine to top dead centre on No1 piston and install the belt from there. The cams should be not be putting any pressure on the intake and exhaust valves of No1 when phased correctly.
Posted on Oct 10, 2008
unless there is something unusual about it... the filter unscrews and you install a new one. you should put a drop of oil on your finger and rub it around the filter gasket before you screw it back on the motor. often you will need an oil filter wrench, abit of a misnomer as it is basically a band that goes around the oil filter with a handle. the newer style is a large socket piece that fits over the end of the oil filter and you turn with a rachet.
Posted on Oct 05, 2009
THERE IS NO CAM BELT , THE TIMING BELT IS TURNED BY THE CAMSHAFT , THE POWER STEERING IS POWERD BY THE CRANKSHAFT PULLY WHICH ALSO POWERS THE ALTERNATOR,
Posted on Oct 25, 2009
Hi, the light is basically telling you that there is a problem with a sensor or the sensor circuit. Find the eobd 16 pin plug and bridge the fourth pin on the top and the fifth pin on the bottom row with the ignition off. Now turn the ignition on and the light will flash and display codes. The series of first flashes indicates tens n the second series shown after a longer pause between flashes. Eg code 21 would be 2 flashes then a pause and one flash thereeon. The codes can be gotten from toyota nation. This will direct you to which sensor is faulty. Once the repair is done pump the pedal eight times and the light should blink constantly. Now turn off the key and pull out the bridging wire. Enjoy!!
Posted on May 18, 2011
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