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I'm having the same issue, could you find a solution?

Daihatsu Sirion... | Answered on Feb 22, 2021


Probably one of the clutches is seized inside the gearbox.

Daihatsu Terios... | Answered on Feb 18, 2021


The easiest way to get it done is by using an OBD code reader. The best part is that most service shops will do it for free. However, if that is not possible, you should disconnect the battery and let it breathe for ten minutes or more. Then reconnect the battery and the error should go away. If it comes back on, take your car down to a dealership to run diagnostics.

2010 Daihatsu... | Answered on Jan 26, 2021


should be under crankshaft pulley

Daihatsu Terios... | Answered on Jan 10, 2021


Do you mean car lubrication oil dispenser of daihatsu ayla?
For automobiles, many internal parts need lubricating oil for lubrication. The lubricating oil is distributed through the lubricating oil distributor, because the general oil path is equipped with a lubricator, and the lubricating oil distributor is installed on the oiler. Because the oiler usually has only one oil outlet, only through the distributor can the lubricating oil be quantitatively distributed from the oil outlet to lubricate the parts.

Daihatsu Cars &... | Answered on Dec 28, 2020


If the engine warning light of Daihatsu Terios is on or the pressure gauge indicates too high, we must turn off the engine, and then first check whether the oil is lacking. The method is to turn off the car and pull out the engine oil dipstick to see if the oil page is between the minimum and maximum limits. If the oil level is normal, ask for maintenance personnel to check and determine the cause of the light on.

Daihatsu Terios... | Answered on Dec 24, 2020


air lock or thermostat stuck try flushing with hose pipe

2007 Daihatsu... | Answered on Dec 09, 2020


visit a Daihatsu dealer

Daihatsu Cars &... | Answered on Nov 23, 2020


Paint doesn't stay on a chain for long. A manufacturer's chain usually either has a polished link or one or more links dyed black or another colour.

Splitting the chain and winding it on is the most common method of chain replacement and if done carefully it isn't necessary to worry too much about timing, though it is good to check it is still correct after the replacement. A polished or otherwise marked link often indicates the best place to split the chain due to the rivets being different there.
If there are no independent timing marks it means reverting to more traditional methods of checking the timing - using a protractor, dial gauge and valve timing from the data book.

When building an engine from scratch or replacing the chain with the cover off and everything exposed it might be best to use a genuine part with the expected paint spots.

Daihatsu Cars &... | Answered on Oct 10, 2020


If it has a plugged injector, yes. If it is a bad plug or plug wire, then no. If it is a machanical problem, no. While the engine is running carefully ( you may get a shock if not careful) disconnect one plug wire at a time. You might find out which cylinder is not working. Hooking up a scanner is a better option and can locate the problem without pain, except in the wallet.

Daihatsu Cars &... | Answered on May 14, 2020


Valve clearance on diatshu terios 4x4 HC-EJ motor

Daihatsu Terios... | Answered on Mar 28, 2020

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