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What is the oil capacity of the EJ-DE engine found in the 2000 Daihatsu Cuore?

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Many Auto Parts stores have the computer that specify oil weight, quanity needed and viscosity type and filter type and location.

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Ed 10 engine wire loom


as fitted to daihatsu coure .. ED 10

three cyl motor

what the problem there ?
link to repair manuals you pay for

https://www.tradebit.com/tagworld.php/daihatsu+cuore+l501+service+manual

daihatsu dont give out their electronic information for free
only in the expensive repair manuals

if you need the front engine bay wiring loom or a particular thing look up a wrecker or bone yard

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Please can someone help me, I have a daihatsu cuore 2000 model, automatic, I have had be block reboared new pistons, rings fitted, new valves, valve stem seals and my car is still pouring thick white


If the gasket is ok and the surface of the block and head is even and straigh the water is most likely to enter through small cracks in your cylinder head. You should have it tested under pressure.

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Cooling system liquid is very rusty


back flush the radiator and engine of pressure water

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How much engine Oil?


The engine oil capacity of a Daihatsu Sirion, 1000 cc Auto, 1999 is roughly 2.5L assuming the sump was drained and new oil filter installed.
This amount will bring the oil level on the dipstick to the upper line.
As a caution, put in 2L initially, then run the engine for a few moments then switch off. After a few minutes recheck cleaned dipstick level and top up as necessary.

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What causes engine smoking on EJ-DE engines?


sound like leaking valve seals. make sure oil return holes not stop up.

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Top speed reduced on gas


This sounds like a fuel filter problem.

Dec 16, 2008 | Daihatsu Charade Cars & Trucks

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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.

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