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    Default Tips for Baleno

    i have a lot of experience of using and maintaining baleno all types of balenos.its really a marvelous car of suzuki.but little diffferent to maintain from other cars.if u have some problems discuss with me on this forum.B-)


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    Quote Originally Posted by MoizIrfan View Post
    My gear box was leaking oil from joints so I decided to open it.
    Mechanic took RS 1500 for removal and fitting.
    Gearbox wala took Rs 2300 for opening gear box,seals,silicon and 5th gear Gharari.
    Gear oil RS 420.
    Total cost= RS 4220.
    The gears have become harder now.My mechanic has poured thinner oil and says gears will become lighter as u drive.

    can you tell abt the total time it took to do these things, can it be done in ine a day..
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    Default Tape on Baleno Coils

    Need an expert opinion about a jugaar of putting tape on coils. Why it is wrapped by mechanics? I used to have tape on my old pair of coils but after change of coils some time back did not put on tape. Should I put it on ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mzahid View Post
    Need an expert opinion about a jugaar of putting tape on coils. Why it is wrapped by mechanics? I used to have tape on my old pair of coils but after change of coils some time back did not put on tape. Should I put it on ?
    coil use to get torn out after their service life. broken or torn out coils tends to leak current from its side walls. this leaked current cause early combustion (before cylinder combustion) that cause the famous/notorious PTAKHA problem in baleno...to avoid this expected issue mechanics used to tape the coils. but mind it, this is not a remedy for weak coil, it is a jugar for only leak coils. and if the coils are weak they will cause problem even if they are taped...
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    Quote Originally Posted by onlyfaith View Post
    can you tell abt the total time it took to do these things, can it be done in ine a day..
    7 hours i.e one day

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    Quote Originally Posted by MoizIrfan View Post
    7 hours i.e one day

    thanx,

    also plz tell me did you go to suzuki 3S dealership.
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    Quote Originally Posted by onlyfaith View Post
    thanx,

    also plz tell me did you go to suzuki 3S dealership.
    nops i went to my local mechanic

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    Salam

    baleno with G15A

    problem

    the fuel gauge is not stable some time shown nothing end when car little bit up or down surface the gauge needle changes position.......


    on cng pick acceleration is ok ...................but on petrol missing very late response when push accelerator ...drive not smooth
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    seems your floatguage is creating problem.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BHAILOGE View Post
    Salam


    on cng pick acceleration is ok ...................but on petrol missing very late response when push accelerator ...drive not smooth
    Bhai check out this post, It relates to the problem that you have stated above

    https://www.pakwheels.com/forums/eng...em#post2777921
    Periodic fuel injector servicing gives you maximum power, best fuel economy, optimized performance, Reduced engine wear, Driving pleasure and satisfaction.

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    can any one tell me in which model of baleno the cabin filter started to be included..
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    Default simple copper Denso spark plugs K16RU-11works better

    The reason why simple Denso spark plugs works better than platinum or irridum in Baleno

    Which Spark Plug Composition Should You choose?
    Copper


    The basic spark plug is made of copper, which is actually a pretty good conductor of voltage. The problem with copper is that it is not as hard as some metals and it therefore wears down with the high pressure and heat inside the engine. This wear eventually causes the plugs to foul and work less efficiently over time.
    The wear also can cause the air gap in the plug to increase, which can cause a loss in vehicle fuel efficiency and even misfiring in extreme cases. This is because it takes more and more voltage to jump between the electrodes the greater the air gaps widens. One way around this is to use a harder metal, like platinum.
    Platinum
    Platinum is a much harder metal than copper and has a much higher melting point. This gives platinum the advantage of lasting longer than conventional coper plugs. Besides longevity, platinum plugs in themselves do not make the spark better, or more efficient than copper in any way.
    The main advantage of platinum over copper is its ability to heat better, which subsequently burns off deposits better, and its ability to handle high heat, also enables the plug to hold up better and reduce the amount of air gap change over time.
    The only way that a platinum plug could be considered any better at creating fuel efficiency for an engine, is if it can reduce the size of the center electrode to the size of a fine wire tip. This reduces the chance of quenching, because it leaves less area for the heat to be reabsorbed by the plug.
    His design also gives the added benefit of needing less voltage to jump the gap in order to create a complete burn. This can be an particularly nice benefit for older engines with less efficient ignition systems. Both benefits give the combustion process the potential to create a more complete burn and therefore greater fuel efficiency.
    Iridium
    Iridium is said to be six times harder and eight times stronger than platinum. This means that spark plugs can have even finer electrodes than ever before and still have excellent wear characteristics. Platinum is precious enough, but iridium is even more precious, which is why it is hard to find a single platinum plug for much under $6-$8 and an iridium plug for under $12-$14.
    Is it worth the extra cost for platinum and iridium? Yes and no.
    If you are willing to change your plugs once every year or two depending on your driving habits (and it is actually quite easy to change your spark plugs), copper plugs can offer good performance and efficiency. It is also worth mentioning, that with platinum and iridium plugs you generally get what you pay for.
    The more expensive the plug, the more platinum (double/triple coated) or iridium is usually used in the plug. A thin coating of these precious metals will not fair as well as a thicker, so in general, you won't want to go the cheap route, as it would be better to just use good old copper for your maximum value.
    However, in general, the standard copper plug does not reduce quenching like many of the platinum and iridium plugs can. With this said, technology has opened copper type plugs to the similar benefits of the fine electrode using various configurations and shapes. This is where the specialty plug comes in, such as the U-groove or Splitfire.
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    for baleno cng users read this article too

    https://www.pakwheels.com/forums/cng...-all-cng-users
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    thanks for your consideratio

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    Guys i got a Baleno 2003. IT runs fine on CNG but when switched to petrol, massive noise of knocking can be heard. I got it checked from a mechanic but he said that this happens with cars on CNG. But i personllay don't buy it. What can possibly be the problem and the solution?

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    Quote Originally Posted by deltaigor View Post
    Guys i got a Baleno 2003. IT runs fine on CNG but when switched to petrol, massive noise of knocking can be heard. I got it checked from a mechanic but he said that this happens with cars on CNG. But i personllay don't buy it. What can possibly be the problem and the solution?
    knocking on petrol has nothing to do with cng its the advancer setting if u want good result on cng your mechanic advance the advancer setting which makes car knocks on petrol and give u a better result on cng now if u want that knocking go or rather less u need to use high octane , if u only start and shut your car on petrol than let it go but if u use your car on petrol aswell use high octane it will be good for your car health and your knocking would go to the maximum i hope it would help .
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    Quote Originally Posted by deltaigor View Post
    Guys i got a Baleno 2003. IT runs fine on CNG but when switched to petrol, massive noise of knocking can be heard. I got it checked from a mechanic but he said that this happens with cars on CNG. But i personllay don't buy it. What can possibly be the problem and the solution?

    bro check that you are using a good petrol station. even better would be to try high octane, run your car on it for some time and then give feed back..
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    salam.my mech says u dont need to tune up baleno tipits.cuz its efi?can anyone tell me how to know if tipit need to be tuned up?

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    Quote Originally Posted by addikted View Post
    salam.my mech says u dont need to tune up baleno tipits.cuz its efi?can anyone tell me how to know if tipit need to be tuned up?
    change your mechanic immediately.

    on a serious note your mechanic doesnt know how to do tappit adjustment..
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    Quote Originally Posted by onlyfaith View Post
    change your mechanic immediately.

    on a serious note your mechanic doesnt know how to do tappit adjustment..

    Ha ha ha ha .... he must only be a welder, so called "mechanic"

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    hi guys,

    im back after a long time..... as my baleno was working very fine and had no problems to share (hmm... pretty selfish). but thats wat i like about this forum. good experience with most of the people here and i like it.

    anyways... maska bazi kafi ho gai ab kuch problem paish-e-khidmat ha,

    baleno now a days giving problem in starting at petrol. some times just 1/2 self, some times 2-3 long selfs followed by a lethargic start. and some times it takes 8-10 selfs and starts like coughing style and then rapid pressing of accelerators gives result. after start there is no problem in petrol running, no missing, under power, or any other abnormality.

    Gas is fine all the time. if i direct start the car on gas its ok. by the way i heard it b4 that baleno never starts directly on gas, but its wrong its pretty simple.... i can explain if any body needs it.

    some mechanics say fuel pump is bad,... but i have check the pressure its good....
    some say pump is intermittent....
    some say electrical problem.... bla bla
    i got the injectors cleaned....

    experts plz advise me to go for wat first....

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