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    Default Toyota Belta Owners & Fan Club

    HELLO !

    Come discuss your Beltas here.

    Praise your rides.....

    Show your rides here....

    Get information from xperts.

    Discuss with each other...

    Belta owners and Fan's Club join and enjoy every thing here......

    i am starting it with my Ride .......

    and waiting for others to join.......

    TOYOTA BELTA (2005-2012)
    (JAPAN-SPEC)

    (complied by murtaza_murti):

    Optional engines:

    - 1KR-FE 1.0L (1000cc) inline 3-cylinder, 71HP/63 Ib-ft torque
    - 2SZ-FE 1.3L (1300cc) inline 4-cylinder, 86HP/89 Ib-ft torque
    - 2NZ-FE (comes in 4WD variants only) (1300cc) inline 4-cylinder, 84HP/89 Ib-ft torque

    * Note: All of the engines are equipped with VVT-i

    Drivetrains:

    - 1KR-FE = FF (front-wheel drive)
    - 2SZ-FE = FF (front-wheel drive)
    - 2NZ-FE = 4WD/AWD (four-wheel drive/all-wheel drive)

    Transmissions:

    - 1KR-FE = Super CVT-i
    - 2SZ-FE = Super CVT-i
    - 2NZ-FE = 4-Speed automatic with Super Select ECT with Gate Shifter

    Packages/variants/selections:

    B Package = Complete base package; manual windows, plastic door panels, black non-powered mirrors, black door handles, black trunk garnish, silver steel wheels with no wheel caps and base FM/AM radio.

    X Package = Powered windows, powered/re-tractable side-view mirrors, fabric door panels, chrome trunk garnish, colored handles and mirrors, built-in CD player or TV/NAV option, keyless entry, headlight beam adjuster (came in limited models) and black steel wheels with wheel caps.

    XS Package = Sports package same as the 1.0L X but with 14'' alloy wheels, rear LED trunk spoiler, RPM meter, fog lamps and side skirts.

    XL Package = All options of the X package but with a RPM meter, rear speakers, climate control, rear armrest, 50/50 split seats.

    G Package = All options of the L package but with Keyless Go option (push button start, door and trunk sensors, smart key). Alloy wheels, body-kit, fog lamps, iON purifier, multi-function steering wheel and voice TV/NAV with bluetooth and G-Book are optional factory options.

    Chassis code, DBA-KSP92:

    - 1.0L B
    - 1.0L X
    - 1.0L XS

    Chassis code, DBA-SCP92:

    - 1.3L X B (Business)
    - 1.3L X
    - 1.3L XS
    - 1.3L X 'L'
    - 1.3L G

    Chassis code, CBA-NCP96 (4WD):

    - 1.3L X (4WD)
    - 1.3L X 'L' (4WD)
    - 1.3L G (4WD)

    Colors:

    - Meteorite Grey Metallic
    - Silver Streak Mica
    - Barcelona Red Mica
    - Jade Sea Green Metallic
    - Polar White
    - Pearl White Metallic
    - Zephyr Blue Metallic
    - Pacific Blue Metallic

    Factory tire sizes:

    - 1.0L (B and X): 165/70/R14
    - 1.0L XS with 14'' alloys: 175/65/R14
    - 1.3L (XB, X): 165/70/R14
    - 1.3: (XS, XL and G) with 15'' alloys: 185/60/R15

    Face-lift came out in the 4th quarter of 2008, changes were as follows:

    - RPM meter standard in all models
    - RPM meter in XL & G changed colors and font
    - XL package replaces L package
    - Mesh front grill
    - Indicators removed from fenders
    - Side-view mirrors now with built-in indicators
    - Lighter grey interior color (dashboard, door panels, headliner etc)
    - Different seat fabric pattern
    - XL & G now have thicker bolster seats
    - Beige carpet instead of black
    - Rear door window switches merged with door armrests
    - Different wheel caps for G
    - Different 8-spoke alloy wheel design for XL & G
    - Key fob remote buttons switched to plastic from rubber
    - XS (sport) package dis-continued

    Manuals:

    - 1KR-FE Engine repair manual:


    http://webpages.charter.net/scott.mcclure/Yaris/1KR-FE/


    - Owners manual in English (ZIP file):

    https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B8-K...VFE/edit?pli=1

    NOTE: The production of the Toyota Belta and Yaris sedan STOPPED in the third quarter of 2012 in Japan and North America. The Belta was known as the Vios elsewhere. The new shape Vios came out in 2013 to replace the previous model in Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia and other southeastern Asian countries along with Arabian Gulf countries and in some Middle Eastern countries.

    F U R Q A N

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    Quote Originally Posted by murtaza_murti View Post
    Great! Nice to hear it doesn't hit the speed breakers. Rims are 7'' or 17''?

    I'll get you the part number and estimated price for the splash guards and PM them to you.

    You've replaced the spark plugs, right? It should be vibrating on idle if you have done so.

    Vibrating on idle doesn't decrease the throttle response. Go through the thread for the 'things to check for better fuel average' I've posted it somewhere on this thread but I don't exactly remember where.
    Rims are 15"....Rim Width is 7"

    I have replaced spark plugs, fuel filter, air filter and oil. Only thing pending is the Gear oil. Will change that after Ramadan.

    Kindly send the information on splash guards when u get the time

    Thanx

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    The job of a catalytic converter is to create harmful gases such as carbon monoxide into less harmful gases such as carbon dioxide and H20 (water) which don't harm the enviroment and the ozone layer.

    Have you scanned the car with an OBD-II scanner? Have you checked the fuel pump and fuel filter?
    Don't remove the CAT converter, they don't clog up easily because immense amounts of heat is passed through them. The Belta has three CAT converters like all modern day vehicles. One is right below the manifold, the other is the mid-pipe and the last one is in the muffler itself.

    The guys at 'Toyota', they aren't even experienced. A guy who does a basic check-up on his at home knows much more. When the hell does a CAT converter block dust? What the hell?[/QUOTE]

    seems like removing the converter is not a good option i have already got it removed from the toyota vitz but i won't do the same with my belta......how can i solve the problem car is a bit slow in acceleration and i have to travel atleast 100-120kms daily and another thing which is bothering me is KNOCKING i am going to get the car scanned after Ramzan

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    Quote Originally Posted by BubyDuby007 View Post
    Rims are 15"....Rim Width is 7"

    I have replaced spark plugs, fuel filter, air filter and oil. Only thing pending is the Gear oil. Will change that after Ramadan.

    Kindly send the information on splash guards when u get the time

    Thanx
    Oh okay

    Great! Make sure you use the original CVT fluid and not some AT oil.

    The part number for the mud flaps is 208-011-040. Price is PKR: 13,616 (11,100 Japanese Yen) the price is without shipping and handling to Pakistan.

    Here is the link, there are some other neat stuff available as well.

    JDM Japanese Auto Parts specialists | japanparts.com

    Picture of the OEM mud flaps as below.

    Toyota Belta Owners & Fans Club! -456044
    - '06 Toyota Belta 1.0L X - '68 VW Beetle 1300 DP - '89 Nissan B12 E16

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingreturns View Post
    seems like removing the converter is not a good option i have already got it removed from the toyota vitz but i won't do the same with my belta......how can i solve the problem car is a bit slow in acceleration and i have to travel atleast 100-120kms daily and another thing which is bothering me is KNOCKING i am going to get the car scanned after Ramzan
    It most certainly isn't.

    What have you replaced so far? Spark plugs? Air filter?
    - '06 Toyota Belta 1.0L X - '68 VW Beetle 1300 DP - '89 Nissan B12 E16

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    Default Belta Fuel filter

    Whats the cost of beltas fuel filter?
    And where exactly is it located in the engine?
    Should it be replaced or cn it be cleaned & reused? Just asking :-)

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    Hi everyone. Just wanted to share my new ride here

    Finally after 3 consecutive days of hectic searching for a nice clean Belta did I manage to find one on the 4th day thanks to Murtaza's help I'm really happy with the Belta. It's a 2007 model X package 1000 cc with 43k on the odo. Am really loving the drive and boy is it powerful. Feels like a 1300 cc. Due to my limited budget I couldnt afford the 1300 cc or the G package which I wanted. But Thanks to Murtaza also for assuring me that the 1000 cc is not underpowered. Here are some pics

    Toyota Belta Owners & Fans Club! -1016578Toyota Belta Owners & Fans Club! -1016579Toyota Belta Owners & Fans Club! -1016580Toyota Belta Owners & Fans Club! -1016581Toyota Belta Owners & Fans Club! -1016582Toyota Belta Owners & Fans Club! -1016583Toyota Belta Owners & Fans Club! -1016584Toyota Belta Owners & Fans Club! -1016585Toyota Belta Owners & Fans Club! -1016586

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    Quote Originally Posted by tyrone_40 View Post
    Hi everyone. Just wanted to share my new ride here

    .......Thanks to Murtaza also for assuring me that the 1000 cc is not underpowered.
    Heartiest Congrats on your new purchase.

    Most cars are not under powered if we only retain in our brains that these are family sedans and not racing cars or loader vans. The problem in our country is that people either compete to see who can cross the 150 mark quicker or which car accommodates monthly luggage for a family of six and still floats like a leaf.

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    Thanks Vajih.

    I agree and I wish people would stop spoiling it for such beautiful JDMs by spreading false info like this.

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    Please post the name of the TOYOTA dealership that said the converter is to block dust. DO NOT TAKE YOUR CAR TO THEM, IF THEY SAID THAT - they have absolutely no idea how a car works.

    Chances of your car getting ruined will increase by 200% if you visit such workshops.
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    Default idle Vibration problem

    found something on the net posted by murti sometime ago..
    dear murti.. pls tell me it worked (if you tried it) im too tired of the same idle vibration you discussed

    here are all the links for everyone

    Vibration on idle & rough start - Toyota Yaris Forums - Ultimate Yaris Enthusiast Site

    DIY: Groundwire Kit - Toyota Yaris Forums - Ultimate Yaris Enthusiast Site

    does Grounding with fresh cables would really resolve this idle vibration issue ..?

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    Dear all, i purchased a 2009 belta 1000cc in polar white a couple of weeks ago.
    It has the most amazing ride. previously i was driving a 2004 city manual, and there is really no comparison.
    I just love its handling and sharp turn-ins

    One problem I am facing is that the place where I live has lots of speed(car?) breakers and my car touches them everytime, even when i am the only occupant in the car. Right now the car has its original 165/70R14 yokohamas, almost bald.

    I want to raise my car enough so it doesnt scrape speed bumps but doesn't lose its handling either.

    I figure just replacing the stock 165/70s with new ones will potentially raise the car by an inch - full tread plus stiffer sidewall.

    What are your experiences with adding rubber 'spacers' underneath the spring for raising car, or replacing stock rim/tyre with larger size ?
    eg 185/65R15s or 185/60R15s

    also,thanks murti for all your help. God bless you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tyrone_40 View Post
    Hi everyone. Just wanted to share my new ride here

    Finally after 3 consecutive days of hectic searching for a nice clean Belta did I manage to find one on the 4th day thanks to Murtaza's help I'm really happy with the Belta. It's a 2007 model X package 1000 cc with 43k on the odo. Am really loving the drive and boy is it powerful. Feels like a 1300 cc. Due to my limited budget I couldnt afford the 1300 cc or the G package which I wanted. But Thanks to Murtaza also for assuring me that the 1000 cc is not underpowered. Here are some pics

    Toyota Belta Owners & Fans Club! -1016578Toyota Belta Owners & Fans Club! -1016579Toyota Belta Owners & Fans Club! -1016580Toyota Belta Owners & Fans Club! -1016581Toyota Belta Owners & Fans Club! -1016582Toyota Belta Owners & Fans Club! -1016583Toyota Belta Owners & Fans Club! -1016584Toyota Belta Owners & Fans Club! -1016585Toyota Belta Owners & Fans Club! -1016586

    Congratulations once again Tyrone

    @all, this is one clean Belta. The best thing about it is that the mileage is original not tempered or flipped, body panel parts are neither repaired and/or replaced.

    We chose this one after having a look at a few, money well spent I should say.

    Tyrone has got a great car on his hands now, hope to see it the way it is
    - '06 Toyota Belta 1.0L X - '68 VW Beetle 1300 DP - '89 Nissan B12 E16

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    Quote Originally Posted by zahidb View Post
    found something on the net posted by murti sometime ago..
    dear murti.. pls tell me it worked (if you tried it) im too tired of the same idle vibration you discussed

    here are all the links for everyone

    Vibration on idle & rough start - Toyota Yaris Forums - Ultimate Yaris Enthusiast Site

    DIY: Groundwire Kit - Toyota Yaris Forums - Ultimate Yaris Enthusiast Site

    does Grounding with fresh cables would really resolve this idle vibration issue ..?
    Ah, you caught me

    The issue is gone, thank God. The problem was that my Belta had worn-out spark plugs. I replaced those immediately, got OEM ones (pictures and details are in this thread).

    The issue was also resolved soon afterwards. The OEM battery my Belta had was getting pretty weak (the Belta is not used much). Got a new dry Hankook battery, and it hasn't been bothering me ever since.

    Till now I am not facing any vibration on idle problem or 'rough/long start' problem whatsoever, Alhumdulliah.
    - '06 Toyota Belta 1.0L X - '68 VW Beetle 1300 DP - '89 Nissan B12 E16

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    Quote Originally Posted by murtaza_murti View Post
    .....the Belta is not used much.....
    Very upsetting. Why is this so?

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    Guys ? Any comments on tyre/rim combinations ? any experiences you would like to share ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vajih102 View Post
    Very upsetting. Why is this so?
    I have two other cars that I drive regularly. The Belta is covered up and I don't get time to drive it. I do however, start it up once a week take a short drive, check all the fluids, check the air in the tires and then park it back.

    Quote Originally Posted by bmuqtadir View Post
    Guys ? Any comments on tyre/rim combinations ? any experiences you would like to share ?
    185/60/R15 would the best size to go for. It won't change your drive quality and won't harm your suspension.

    As for alloy wheels, OEM's will be the best option. But everyone has their own choices.

    Below are three different wheels that the Belta came with. The first wheel is a 14'' one and came in the 1.0L XS package. The second wheel came in the pre face-lift G package and the last wheel came in the post face-lift G and XL package, both of these are 15''s.

    NOTE: All of these wheels were optional, expect for the 1.0L XS package and have a 4-bolt pattern.
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    One is Foxy and the other one is..........? Why are you stingy about Belta?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vajih102 View Post
    One is Foxy and the other one is..........? Why are you stingy about Belta?
    A have a few other vehicles.

    The reason I am stingy about it is that it was imported by my father according to his specifications, I consider it as a weekend family car which is rarely used.
    - '06 Toyota Belta 1.0L X - '68 VW Beetle 1300 DP - '89 Nissan B12 E16

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    Quote Originally Posted by murtaza_murti View Post
    Congratulations once again Tyrone

    @all, this is one clean Belta. The best thing about it is that the mileage is original not tempered or flipped, body panel parts are neither repaired and/or replaced.

    We chose this one after having a look at a few, money well spent I should say.

    Tyrone has got a great car on his hands now, hope to see it the way it is
    Thanks @murtaza_murti for your help too and also my denter friend who I made walk up and down the length and breadth of khalid bin waleed road and islamia college road looking at beltas lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by bmuqtadir View Post
    Dear all, i purchased a 2009 belta 1000cc in polar white a couple of weeks ago.
    It has the most amazing ride. previously i was driving a 2004 city manual, and there is really no comparison.
    I just love its handling and sharp turn-ins

    One problem I am facing is that the place where I live has lots of speed(car?) breakers and my car touches them everytime, even when i am the only occupant in the car. Right now the car has its original 165/70R14 yokohamas, almost bald.

    I want to raise my car enough so it doesnt scrape speed bumps but doesn't lose its handling either.

    I figure just replacing the stock 165/70s with new ones will potentially raise the car by an inch - full tread plus stiffer sidewall.

    What are your experiences with adding rubber 'spacers' underneath the spring for raising car, or replacing stock rim/tyre with larger size ?
    eg 185/65R15s or 185/60R15s

    also,thanks murti for all your help. God bless you.

    I had the same problem and solved it perfectly by putting 185/65r15s. So that should solve your problem also

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