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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=unware;3846025]no need for brake dude its all forward counter gears ....

    You need to press brake pedal while:

    Disengaging P
    Engaging P
    Shifting to R (better to press pedal to avoid damage to tranny)[/
    it mean we dont need to press brake .. let i am going on 70 km/h with 'D'gear and if i have to shift to 'S' then i can shift it to 'S' on some speed ???

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    Quote Originally Posted by unware View Post
    no need for brake dude its all forward counter gears ....

    You need to press brake pedal while:

    Disengaging P
    Engaging P
    Shifting to R (better to press pedal to avoid damage to tranny)
    it mean we dont need to press brake .. let i am going on 70 km/h with 'D'gear and if i have to shift to 'S' then i can shift it to 'S' on some speed ???


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    Quote Originally Posted by unware View Post
    To be honest it gave me 19.4km/l without AC on a so called GT road (from fateh jang to Pindi gheb and back) couple of months ago. I am pretty hisure it will maintain 16 or 17 on AC as climate control should contribute in fuel efficiency.

    PS: I came across this website few months back and it has very nice tips for better fuel consumption.

    Fuel Saving Tips | Fuelly
    Excellent!!!! And thanks for the link

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    @kazim104

    Brother the answer to this is very difficult. Lemme try to explain

    Every manufacturer applies Do's and Dont's to their product usage, in other words, Instructions/Directions/etc ....... in a perfect world you should abide by all the rules and follow procedures. A simple example is like in manual tranny vehicles you have clutch and there is a proper method to release the clutch in order to move your vehicle, now can you follow the same 'proper method' while you are on a steep hill? No.
    8 out of 10 times you will end up in screeching sound. Manual and manufacturer says that over-reving engine and releasing clutch WILL result in wear and tear of clutch plate ...... so it all depends how often do we do such off-book experiences.
    In your belta, lets suppose you have to apply emergency brakes, you cant just press the brake padel and wait for car to skid 50 feet and then stop, rather I would use brake plus the shifter lever in B mode allowing the engine to hold back vehicles body weight.

    Now if you are cruising at 70km/h and some other lush-push belta over takes you, just slide the shifter from D to S and floor the pedal. If it was such a big deal then Toyota should have installed a safety latch between D and S mode ......

    Remember there is a difference between two:
    1. Can I shift the lever from D to S while vehicle is in motion --------- YES U CAN
    2. Should I shift the lever from D to S while vehicle is in motion ----- NO U SHOULD NOT

    Source: VWVortex.com - Can you shift from 'D' to 'Sport Mode' while in motion?
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    I read someone got the manual for Belta, please tell me the way to get my hands on it.

    Thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by unware View Post
    I read someone got the manual for Belta, please tell me the way to get my hands on it.

    Thanks
    Just do a search on this post for Zubair. He arranged it and we paid him for the copies. I think his nick is zubyduby

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    Thanks Tyrone ..... I send him msg just now, his nick is @BubyDuby007
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    Quote Originally Posted by unware View Post
    @kazim104

    Brother the answer to this is very difficult. Lemme try to explain

    Every manufacturer applies Do's and Dont's to their product usage, in other words, Instructions/Directions/etc ....... in a perfect world you should abide by all the rules and follow procedures. A simple example is like in manual tranny vehicles you have clutch and there is a proper method to release the clutch in order to move your vehicle, now can you follow the same 'proper method' while you are on a steep hill? No.
    8 out of 10 times you will end up in screeching sound. Manual and manufacturer says that over-reving engine and releasing clutch WILL result in wear and tear of clutch plate ...... so it all depends how often do we do such off-book experiences.
    In your belta, lets suppose you have to apply emergency brakes, you cant just press the brake padel and wait for car to skid 50 feet and then stop, rather I would use brake plus the shifter lever in B mode allowing the engine to hold back vehicles body weight.

    Now if you are cruising at 70km/h and some other lush-push belta over takes you, just slide the shifter from D to S and floor the pedal. If it was such a big deal then Toyota should have installed a safety latch between D and S mode ......

    Remember there is a difference between two:
    1. Can I shift the lever from D to S while vehicle is in motion --------- YES U CAN
    2. Should I shift the lever from D to S while vehicle is in motion ----- NO U SHOULD NOT

    Source: VWVortex.com - Can you shift from 'D' to 'Sport Mode' while in motion?
    thnxxx aaaa lott bro. . . i got ur point .. JazakAllah

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    yesterday i bought Belta in 12 lakh rupees ,2006 model,1000cc,isl number...

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    Quote Originally Posted by siddiquitauseef View Post
    yesterday i bought Belta in 12 lakh rupees ,2006 model,1000cc,isl number...
    Heartly welcome to @siddiquitauseef for being a NEW ride-mate not only to this thread but also NEW to Pakwheels. Nice to see you coming direct to Belta's group.

    Many congrats on your purchase, plz share your ride's photoshoot and performance.

    Whats the milleage on that and which grade is it? X,G?

    Enjoy
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    Finally took out some time today to get the regular maintenance done.

    Toyota Belta Owners & Fans Club! -1177674

    Replaced the following:

    - Engine oil, Shell Heliux Ultra 5W-30 4L
    - Engine oil filter, OEM Toyota
    - Air filter, OEM Toyota

    Prices as follows:

    Air filter, PKR: 700/-
    Oil filter, PKR: 1050/-
    Engine oil, PKR: 3600/-

    The price of the oil filter has gone up from 900rs to 1050rs.
    - '06 Toyota Belta 1.0L X - '68 VW Beetle 1300 DP - '89 Nissan B12 E16

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    Quote Originally Posted by siddiquitauseef View Post
    yesterday i bought Belta in 12 lakh rupees ,2006 model,1000cc,isl number...
    Welcome aboard dear and many many congrats for ur Belta.

    Have u recently imported it or have bought it from market.

    Waiting anxiously for the pics of ur Belta.

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    Dear.....I would strongly recommend all Belta users to read the owners manual to get the basic concepts right. For example S gear does not stand for sports , it stands for slopes. It is only recommended for use on moderate up and down slopes to get a better grip of the road.

    Zubair

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    Quote Originally Posted by BubyDuby007 View Post
    Dear.....I would strongly recommend all Belta users to read the owners manual to get the basic concepts right. For example S gear does not stand for sports , it stands for slopes. It is only recommended for use on moderate up and down slopes to get a better grip of the road.


    Zubair

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    How can i get the owner's manual ?

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    I thought u were using mobile 1.????

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    [QUOTE=BubyDuby007;3851723]Dear.....I would strongly recommend all Belta users to read the owners manual to get the basic concepts right. For example S gear does not stand for sports , it stands for slopes. It is only recommended for use on moderate up and down slopes to get a better grip of the road.

    Zubair


    Thanks @zubair for emphasising on the real need for Owner's manual. I would second to that.

    Its not about Slopes or Sports .... main thing is to know the theory behind the operation. I have done some googling and found out useful details and refreshed my little info about transmissions/engines as well.

    If anyone is interested in more knowledge on CVTs please review the following pages ...

    Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) Problems
    CVT - what the Continuously Variable Transmission is and how CVT works
    Toyota Belta 1.3 X 2007 Specifications | New Cars | Oneshift.com

    Some people say its a limiter to 3rd gear ..... that does not hurt a 4-speed tranny and also S is not gonna be used over 120 or 130km/h anyways. So either it is slopes or sports, the function behind is same.

    Still I am not an expert and will Insha'Allah soon pick up my copy of owner's manual from you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BubyDuby007 View Post
    Dear.....I would strongly recommend all Belta users to read the owners manual to get the basic concepts right. For example S gear does not stand for sports , it stands for slopes. It is only recommended for use on moderate up and down slopes to get a better grip of the road.

    Zubair


    Thanks @zubair for emphasising on the real need for Owner's manual. I would second to that.

    Its not about Slopes or Sports .... main thing is to know the theory behind the operation. I have done some googling and found out useful details and refreshed my little info about transmissions/engines as well.

    If anyone is interested in more knowledge on CVTs please review the following pages ...

    Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) Problems
    CVT - what the Continuously Variable Transmission is and how CVT works
    Toyota Belta 1.3 X 2007 Specifications | New Cars | Oneshift.com

    Some people say its a limiter to 3rd gear ..... that does not hurt a 4-speed tranny and also S is not gonna be used over 120 or 130km/h anyways. So either it is slopes or sports, the function behind is same.

    Still I am not an expert and will Insha'Allah soon pick up my copy of owner's manual from you.
    I agree 100%....but there are many other things to learn from the manual. Like regarding the gear oil capacity. We have all been adding about 4 ltrs when changing gear oil because that's what comes out of the housing after been driven 50000 km. The actual capacity is 6.3 ltrs.

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    thank u so much... bought it from my brother...i will upload pics soon...

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    [QUOTE=unware;3852598]
    Quote Originally Posted by BubyDuby007 View Post
    Dear.....I would strongly recommend all Belta users to read the owners manual to get the basic concepts right. For example S gear does not stand for sports , it stands for slopes. It is only recommended for use on moderate up and down slopes to get a better grip of the road.

    Zubair


    Thanks @zubair for emphasising on the real need for Owner's manual. I would second to that.

    Its not about Slopes or Sports .... main thing is to know the theory behind the operation. I have done some googling and found out useful details and refreshed my little info about transmissions/engines as well.

    If anyone is interested in more knowledge on CVTs please review the following pages ...

    Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) Problems
    CVT - what the Continuously Variable Transmission is and how CVT works
    Toyota Belta 1.3 X 2007 Specifications | New Cars | Oneshift.com

    Some people say its a limiter to 3rd gear ..... that does not hurt a 4-speed tranny and also S is not gonna be used over 120 or 130km/h anyways. So either it is slopes or sports, the function behind is same.

    Still I am not an expert and will Insha'Allah soon pick up my copy of owner's manual from you.
    The CVT transmission does not have any 'fixed' gears. It changes gears depending upon the speed of the engine, no fixed gear ratios either.

    The S mode is for shifting at higher RPM's and the B mode is for uphill assist and sloppy area climb. It uses more torque in order to move the vehicle in a hard-to-shift situation.
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