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My Daihatsu move has no power.cant go out on a hill


Blocked Fuel Filter, Bad fuel Pump or Blocked Exhaust

these are where I would start.

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Driving down the road it dies thinking its the fuel relay.have cleaned fuel tank changed fuel filter twice. when it shuts down stop and let things cool down it fires up and runs again. problems with...


There is a small cone shaped fuel filter located just before the fuel pump. It is inside the rubber hose that attaches to the pump. This is an often overlooked/unknown filter as there is another large one located on the firewall. Most folks change that one without cleaning the cone shaped one. Good luck!

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I need a oil cap for a 1992 Daihatsu Charade 1.3 GXi 16 Valve EFI do you know where i could purchase one


Any oil cap that will fit can be used, and it does not necessarily have to be an OEM Daihatsu cap. Your local auto parts store will have one that will work.

Nov 13, 2009 | 1992 Daihatsu Charade

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I have a daihatsu charade 1995 TS G200b model. the radiator overheats very quickly and the overflow bottle cap keeps popping open.


This is caused by pressurisation in the cooling system. Most likely is that the engine cylinder head gasket has failed. You need to go to a repair shop and get it tested.
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Hi, chances are that the cable to your fuel door relase mechanism is stretched, this often happens over time especially if the mechanism has been removed and replaced incorrectly. To fix this you will need to open the door with as little force as possible so you dont have to replace that too and have someone pull the lever so you can see if the mechan ism is moving freely, if it is it may be either a stretched cable or crooked mount , try re-mounting as this is the easiest thing to do, if that doesnt help then you may need to replace the cable. If the mechanism is corroded or stiff then remove the mechanism and spray with WD-40 or a similar lubricating/ freeing agent then leave it to soak in and try remounting the mechanism to see if this rectifys the problem. If the mechanism looks to be broken or severly corroded then replacing may be the only option. Goodluck!

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My girlfriend has a 1995 Daihatsu charade, 4 cylinder, the car seems to drive really nicely but occasionally on the highway it will start to shake and shudder, and the car will no stall it just wont rev...


Maybe simply a fuel filter needs replacing. Also check your sparkplugs are the correct ones. Check inside the distributer cap for clean electrode points and clean rotor button. Check the PCV valve is closing on vacuum. Check to see if any of the vacuum hoses are perishing, cracked or loose fitting.

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