1992 Daihatsu Rocky - Answered Questions & Fixed issues


First check the oil level by means of the dipstick. If it hasn't got any oil it cant leak either. Under no circumstances should it be started without oil up to the correct level.

1992 Daihatsu... | Answered on Oct 08, 2017 | 74 views


I have a Daihatsu rocky I'm working on with the same thing going on with the o2s light. Staying on .. 88k miles on a 1990 1.69l .. If you find how to turn it off wright me

1992 Daihatsu... | Answered on Dec 06, 2014 | 628 views


Please re-ask your question!

1992 Daihatsu... | Answered on Jun 18, 2014 | 52 views


-There are couple things that cause Not Heat get into car:
-Heater valve stuck or broken.
-Heater hose is clogged.
-Very low coolant "Water"

Good luck

Mai

1992 Daihatsu... | Answered on Jan 11, 2014 | 28 views


Bleed air out of system. Check for blown head gasktet

1992 Daihatsu... | Answered on Dec 10, 2013 | 33 views


Located under the passenger set. You will see the following *JDA123A456789012*

1992 Daihatsu... | Answered on Nov 03, 2013 | 489 views


Your Rocky has a 1.6L 4 cylinder it only has one ignition coil, the coil runs about $75.00 and labor to install is .5 (1/2) hr X there shop labor rate, NAPA part # for ignition coil is # IC135. At my repair shop to remove and replace ignition coil parts and labor no more then $125.00, also I think this is some thing you can do, just unscrew small coil bolts, disconnect harness ans install new one.

1992 Daihatsu... | Answered on Mar 07, 2013 | 486 views


If you can shift it with car off, but not with engine running, it is a clutch poroblem. Check the fluid level in the clutch master cylinder on the firewall next to the brake master cylinder. If it won't shift with engine off, either the shift linkage is binding, or there is an internal problem in the transmission.

1992 Daihatsu... | Answered on Jan 15, 2013 | 185 views


Someone will need to check for voltage and ground at the motor. Could be a bad motor, resistor, relay, switch, or fuse.

1992 Daihatsu... | Answered on Jan 08, 2013 | 233 views


think their in the glove box on this older classic vehicle ,or was that the suzuki ?

1992 Daihatsu... | Answered on Dec 23, 2012 | 223 views


Check thermostat, has coolant been changed recently? Radiator may require flushing if coolant not used for long period (rust from block in tubes of rad)

1992 Daihatsu... | Answered on May 31, 2012 | 55 views


Take the cars papers and ask at the dealer ,they can tell you from the chassis number or jack it up and turn the prop and count the turns on the wheels

1992 Daihatsu... | Answered on May 26, 2012 | 306 views


This can be a little tricky to do depending on what you have for tools and how good you are at working on things but the joint is held in with C clips and is a loose press fit into the yoke there are single and dobble cardan yokes the single are easyer to do because you olny need to press two caps out instead all four . So remove the drive shaft it has 4 bolts make SURE YOU MARK THE ALINGMENT OF THE SHAFT . Drive shafts are balanced like tires and will viberate if not realinged correctly. Remove the shaft from the vehicle it will slide out of the back of the transmission you will loose some trany oil out the back so make sure you refill it. If you have a vise clamp the shaft into it use wood between the shaft and the jaws so not to dent the shaft. Remove the C clpis with a small screw driver you get new ones with the new joint so if they are distroyed its not a problem.If you don't have a vise you can do this on the ground you just need a vary clean area to work on put down some clean cardboard and a 4x4 block of wood to rest the shaft on. With the clips out take a hammer and a scocket that is close to the size of the cap and drive it out if its stubbern heat the out side of the yoke with a propane torch this will expand the metal on the yoke and the cap will move in and the other side will move out and thing will fall apart . The trickyest part is putting the new one in . You need to remove the caps from the new joint . They should have greese in them already with neddle bearings that will fall out if your not careful i like to put more greese in them to act as kind of a glue to hold them in place . Slide the new caps into the yoke from the out side and carefuly fit the new joint into the caps from the inside and press the caps into the joint by hand as far as you can . Then take a C clamp that fits the cap size and finish pressing in to the stop piont . Install the new C clips make sure the caps are pressed in enough so the new clips snap into the groove in the yoke to hold them in . The new U joint may or may not have a greese fitting if it dose install it before you install the new U joint but do not try to greese it until the new joint is installed and the clips are in .Then reinstall the shaft making sure that it goes back in the same atitude it came out from to mantain the the correct balance and tighten the bolts that hold it to the carrier and you should be good for 70 or 80 thousand miles . Good luck

1992 Daihatsu... | Answered on Apr 16, 2012 | 123 views


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

1992 Daihatsu... | Answered on Sep 13, 2011 | 1,225 views


on the fire wall

1992 Daihatsu... | Answered on Dec 29, 2018 | 356 views


The furl pump is not in the fuel tank as answered by a so called GURU, it is located just in front of the fuel tank on the passenger side, underneath a protective plate...

1992 Daihatsu... | Answered on Dec 29, 2018 | 519 views


cheap and cheerful make of car and you are not alone in this sort of problem with this make of vehicle ,look on internet for the factory its in korea

1992 Daihatsu... | Answered on Jun 29, 2011 | 168 views


to reset the ECU module, you have to remove the positive connection on the battery terminal, set it aside, and then in the fuse box take out the ecu fuse let is sit for 10 minutes then plug in the fuse, and secure the positive connection on the battery terminal. that should reset the ecu module. you will see some gains in performance, this should clear the lights.

1992 Daihatsu... | Answered on Feb 14, 2013 | 986 views


Hi
Please check this link bellow:-

http://www.ehow.com/video_4959666_acura-valve-adjustment-remove-timing.html

Also check this link:-

http://www.honda-tech.com/showthread.php?t=649277

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1992 Daihatsu... | Answered on Apr 24, 2011 | 82 views

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