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    bring it on...

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    Quote Originally Posted by enthusiastic.learner View Post
    But generally Iridium plugs are just considered a magic stick no matter what heat range they belong to. Heat ranges are a bit too much for general public to check so as a general advice, it's always good to stick to the stock plugs. Unless one can find the exact heat range iridium or platinum plugs.
    i m using denso ik20 and they perform well 8k kms, i checked then to change but electrodes were fine in lenght

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    Quote Originally Posted by abid110 View Post
    Bought these last October...Mashallah they are awesome...5500 per tyre

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    Brand new? 14 inch?

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    Quote Originally Posted by umair2203 View Post
    Got myself this 2010 Liana Automatic 1.6 Eminent. It is a great Car. Much more better built then Honda City. I was fortunate to find a cleanest Liana Possible as this variant is very rare. Suspension is great, the pick and acceleration is superb. Although I am not very impressed with the Mileage , it is giving me 8-9 kpl in city's traffic in Karachi
    Congratez on getting hands on beauty keep it this way please and enjoy the drive

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    Quote Originally Posted by umair2203 View Post
    Got following things done from Suzuki

    1. Engine Oil , Oil Filter replaced
    2. Air Filter Replaced
    3. Throttle Body Serviced.
    4. Injector Cleaning done
    5. Engine Diagnostic through OBD ( No Fault Codes thankfully )
    6. Transmission Oil Replaced
    7. Brake Oil Replaced along with Brake Servicing
    8. Power Stering Oil Replaced
    9. Wiper Blade Rubbers Replaced
    10. Wheel Alignment
    11. New AGS Battery
    12. Got it detailed Inside out from here https://www.facebook.com/sharifautocare/ ( Great guy I recommend it to all )

    Bill came out to be 23,000 Rupees
    Please avoid unnecessary cleaning such asthrottle body and fuel injectors

    If genuine (or any good quality) airfilter was used and there was no vaccum leak (lose joint,torn gaskit etc) then throttle body doesn't need any cleaning at all necessary cleaning of throttle body leads to IAC valve damage and vaccum leak in throttle body I pretty sure the person how cleaned throttle body wouldnt have relubed IAC valve


    Again fuel tank have fuel filter for a reason avoid injector cleaning unless you are facing some problem cleaning injector can lead too leaky injector which can lead too bad O2 sensors (18k per injector 18x2) cat con damage (very expensive replacement) and extra fuel washing engine lube and damaging cylinder bore is another issuecarby car era is gone modern cars don't need such frequent maintenance just my useless opinion though

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    Quote Originally Posted by saboor73 View Post
    Please avoid unnecessary cleaning such asthrottle body and fuel injectors

    If genuine (or any good quality) airfilter was used and there was no vaccum leak (lose joint,torn gaskit etc) then throttle body doesn't need any cleaning at all necessary cleaning of throttle body leads to IAC valve damage and vaccum leak in throttle body I pretty sure the person how cleaned throttle body wouldnt have relubed IAC valve


    Again fuel tank have fuel filter for a reason avoid injector cleaning unless you are facing some problem cleaning injector can lead too leaky injector which can lead too bad O2 sensors (18k per injector 18x2) cat con damage (very expensive replacement) and extra fuel washing engine lube and damaging cylinder bore is another issuecarby car era is gone modern cars don't need such frequent maintenance just my useless opinion though
    Spot on I would say. Not useless at all!

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    Just finished fixing front end clunk issue in my Liana. After complete diagnosis while the car was jacked up, I finally narrowed the problem down to the sway bar (called jumping raaad in desi terms) bushing. It was diagnosed by simply holding the sway bar ends and wiggling them up and down. I found excessive softness and play in it which usually means that the bushes are gone. I crawled under the vehicle and unbolted both the clamps holding sway bar bushes. And voila! Look at these:

    Liana owners & fan club -1686707
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    Also changed the front right wheel bearing. However the axle nut was jammed and my poor socket wrench bar broke
    Liana owners & fan club -1686704
    Liana owners & fan club -1686706

    Good luck for me that I had an old one lying in the store room which was smaller in size but I compensated for that with a long piece of metal pipe, turning it conveniently into a breaker bar. Soaked that nut in WD40 for almost 15 minutes and then it came right off. Job took almost one hour to complete without any helper.

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    Yeah only clean tb when you feel it's not smooth while pressie throttle.

    And to clean throttle body remove iacv screws and take it out of tb so that when
    Liquoy moly tb cleaner cleans the tb all carbon is flushed out of iacv cavity.

    Price of liquoy moly tb cleaner is 1300 rupees and it makes your tb as golden as it comes from company.
    I am a user of liquoy moly products. They're expensive but you'll yourself see the result.

    Local Mechanics are idiots, they buy gaseous carb cleaners and throttle the engine and claim sir dekhen gari ki pick
    Although that's useless cleaning method gaseous carb cleaner will burn in inlet instead of cleaning any carbon.

    So please don't get looted. Use good products and like this services will last longer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mlitz80 View Post
    Brand new? 14 inch?
    Jee sir brand new 175/70/R14

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    Saboor you have rightly said! unnecessary maintenance leads to other problems.

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    Nice pics of your liana, but how come it doesn't have original company alloy rim.

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    BTW, in how much you got it? and how many Kms on odo meter?

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    Quote Originally Posted by abid110 View Post
    Jee sir brand new 175/70/R14

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    abid bhai standard is ke tyre ka size 14 hay kiya? maine to aksar 15 hi lagi vi dekhi hain.
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    Quote Originally Posted by welcome786 View Post
    abid bhai standard is ke tyre ka size 14 hay kiya? maine to aksar 15 hi lagi vi dekhi hain.
    Standard size is 14" however my own car has 15" wide ones. Car looks like a race monster from behind with such wide tires. Plus not to forget, awesome road grip!

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    Quote Originally Posted by enthusiastic.learner View Post
    Standard size is 14" however my own car has 15" wide ones. Car looks like a race monster from behind with such wide tires. Plus not to forget, awesome road grip!
    i am also using same 175/70/15 in my daewoo, owsome road grip.
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    Quote Originally Posted by welcome786 View Post
    i am also using same 175/70/15 in my daewoo, owsome road grip.
    Currently my car has 185/65/R14. U mentioned 175/70/R14 which is Better? M going today to buy Dunlop with 185/65/R14

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    Quote Originally Posted by mlitz80 View Post
    Currently my car has 185/65/R14. U mentioned 175/70/R14 which is Better? M going today to buy Dunlop with 185/65/R14
    you are not changing profile of tire just brand.
    when you change profile or get bigger one, speedometer also effects.
    like i did switched from 13 to 15
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    Quote Originally Posted by welcome786 View Post
    you are not changing profile of tire just brand.
    when you change profile or get bigger one, speedometer also effects.
    like i did switched from 13 to 15
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    So is it good in all aspects to switch from 14 to 15 ? And for that I have to buy 15 inch rims too? Any idea which rim is good I mean brand etc. and how much would it cost me?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mlitz80 View Post
    So is it good in all aspects to switch from 14 to 15 ? And for that I have to buy 15 inch rims too? Any idea which rim is good I mean brand etc. and how much would it cost me?

    no idea bro, i am not a fan of alloy thing.
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    I am on 15's. On my liana eminent 2009.
    Great balance .
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    Quote Originally Posted by umair2203 View Post
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    Bro do you live in Malir Cantt as garage seems to me some Army house garage.
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