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G 100 diahatsu charade 1990

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Yes the fan should blow air towards the engine.

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SOURCE: diahatsu charade g200 1996 1.3 liter

Dear Sir/madam,

Valve clearance adjustment must be performed to manufacturer'sspecifications. It is normal that the exhaust valve will have a largerclearance. Adjustment is performed by either adjusting the rocker armor placing shims between cam follower and valve stem. Most modernengines have hydraulic lifters and require only infrequent adjustment.
Valve clearance measurementValve clearance is measured with the valve closed, typically at top dead center between the compression and power strokes. The tappet will be resting on the heel of the cam lobe. A feeler gaugemust pass through the clearance space. The feeler gauge should fit inand out with a slight drag. If the feeler gauge will not fit in, thenthe clearance is too small. If the blade of the feeler gauge fits intoo loosely, the clearance is too large.


AS PER TECHNICAL MANUAL IT IS AS FOLLOW:-
VALAVE CLEARACNCE:- ( HOT)
(CB MODEL )
INTAKE.....00.20mm or 0.0078 inch
EXHAUST..00.20mm or 0.0078 inch
(CL MODEL)
INTAKE......0.25mm or 0.0098 inch
EXHAUST...0.30mm or 0.0118 inch

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Posted on Aug 31, 2008

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SOURCE: Engine Number Location - 1990 Diahatsu Charade

You might be looking for a long time, because Daihatsu tended to only stamp the head with a serial number. If it's the 3 pot CB23 you will find the number on the front left corner flat of the head adjacent the rocker cover .

Posted on Sep 17, 2008

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SOURCE: specs for 1992 3cyl diahatsu charade ignition timing

Timing set with vacuum hoses disconnected and blocked is 5° advanced when flywheel dimple lines up with notch plate.

centrif wieghts 10.5° @ 2800
vacuum two stage 11° @ -320mmHg.

Posted on Feb 19, 2009

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SOURCE: 1990 Diahatsu Charade cooling fan not going

first locate under hood and dash fuse blocks and check primary and secondary fan fuses. a faulty coolant or engine temp sensor might not be sending a signal to turn on the fan. To check the fan fined the connector and disconnect it. then run a wire from the positive batt and a wire from the frame or any good ground and touch the wires briefly to the terminals on the fan connector. be sure not to touch the wires together or u will have a problem(buned chaise wiring or an exploded batt) if the fan spins the problem isn't the fan but most likely one of the temp sensors or wiring. Hope this helps and be careful

Posted on Aug 16, 2009

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SOURCE: 1994 diahatsu charade 4 cyl , overheats.have

There is a clog somewhere in the system, most likely in the radiator. Are you losing coolant anywhere?

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