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    Default Need Guidance/corrections regarding Honda city Vario 2007.

    Assalam u alaiqum!
    I own Honda city 2007 vario driven on petrol through out and its current mileage is 97000.My car has no problem at till now alhamdulillah.Now I just need some guidance/correction coz I thought to spend a little money on fluids,tuning etc.

    1.I have been using Havoline Formula.should I continue using it?.I live in Karachi.

    2.My car's brakes have been too soft..brakes work when I have to push my foot to a certain depth.should I change my brake oil?which brake oil would be best?

    3.I saw people using certain additives for carburettor,injection cleaning.Can I use it in my car?.would I have to get a throttle body cleaned(it's been 30k kms when I last got it) or using additives will be enough?.

    4.which sparks plugs are good for city 2007 vario?.denso?and brake pads apart from genuine one?price of genuine one?

    Thanks in advance.

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    Use any fully synthetic 5w30 API-SN engine oil. Havoline formula is not fully synthetic and API-SM (lower quality).
    Use any brake oil but change brake pads and break shoes as soon as possible. costs around 9000 from honda and 4000 from other shops.
    NEVER EVER use any additive in fuel. Honda idsi has best EFI in all world, additives will ruin it.
    Use iridium plugs, they will improve fuel economy. cost around 8000 for 8 plugs.

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    Don't use iridium plugs go for g-power plugs . as it already has 2 plugs per cylinder. Iridium will cause back fires. So no use.

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