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    Default Honda City 2006 Pick up issue

    hi there!


    I have a honda city, model 2006, Vario. The issue is that the pick up of the car is very poor. although i mix Hi-Octane with the petrol.





    any suggestions?

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    use S and floor it
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    what does that mean? please ellaborate. thanks

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    is ur car is automatic or manual ?
    is ur car don't go even on 100 if said so there is sensro u have to reset

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    After driving 2007 city vario for a year, I am pretty sure that the advance & very efficient fuel system of this car is equally very sensitive as well.


    Therefore atleast the knocking issue in Vario is because of poor quality petrol supplied here so you can also look for good pumps and then given them a try on consistent basis to see if this improves.

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    i agree the car is very sensitive. but at times it runs perfectly but usually there is a pick up issue. it also knocks. that is the reason i mix Hi-octane with the normal petrol. but it doesnt seems to be working.

    one mechanic told me that its gear's wall body needs to be serviced or replaced depending upon its condition.

    any idea?

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    S=gear lever position
    floor it=press the gas pedel completly
    then wait patiently while the AC trips, then it will start accelerating.

    does the mechanic know its a CVT?

    if ur car does 0-100kmph in around 15 seconds, then its as fast as it gets,
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