Question about 1992 Daihatsu Charade
I have an automatic diahatsu move that has been left unrun for many months due to problems starting the car. The fuel pump and filter have been changed, it has been serviced and the garage have drained the petrol tank as they thought it had been contaminated and cleaned it. It still will not start when the outside temperature is really cold or if it has been left more that a day without it being started
Yes the best solution is to read the fault codes from the ECU.
This is a fuel injected engine and will rely on the coolant temp sensor, air temp sensor, MAP sensor and possibly the oxygen sensor to provide suitable fueling. I seem to recall the spark and injector timing is via a cam position sensor.
Your best bet might be to have a mobile tuner with an OBD reader make a visit.
You can try to retrieve them yourself:
Posted on Feb 25, 2009
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