LOOK AT THE MFD TO SEE WHETHER THE JERK OCCURS WHEN YOUR CAR CONVERTS FROM BATTERY TO ENGINE OR NOT
not wasay h jerk kr rae ha n aj oils sab change krway hain to average on mfd showing low like jab engine pr convert hoti to it varies from 1.5 2.8 3.6 4.4 5.9 then 11 then 14 samjh nhi arha k ho kia raha ha if main battery k timanls ko otar k khuch seconds k bad lagao to restore every thing khuch farak paray ga ya nhi ?
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khaari gari to battery pr hoti ha P ka button daba k khaari kro sath foorbrake laga phr jerk ku krti ha
Brother i'm not sure about the system of the Prius 2007, but the jerks or the missing at slow speed is always due to either a short spark plug or due to a short plug wire. jerks or the missing will disappear at higher speed but will become prominent when you are driving at low speeds.
is k ilwa kia issue ho sakta ha shahbaz bhai?
This is what i was telling......only a few dvd navigation systems come with the language change option. Majority of the systems dont provide this option in their software.
Brother to the best of my knowledge,, ye issue battery ki waja se nhi ho sakta. na hi terminals ka koi masla hai. agar aesa hota to apki car low and high speed dono main hi missing ya jerks show karti. low speed k jerks engine k electrical system k fault ki waja se atay hain. or engine ka electrical system plugs and plugs wires pe dependent hota hai. Better check both of them before proceeding any further.
Guys what do u think which one is better :195/60/r15 or 175/65/r15 in aqua , also specify which company is best to use.
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For Aqua the recommended tyre width ranges between 165 to 175 mm. Therefore 175/65/R15 is suitable for your ride. 195 will exceed the recommended specs and you will have to compromise on fuel average at the expense of increased road grip. Ground clearence will remain the same as both 175 and 195 are R15. Only the tyre width will increase with more weight and more friction. Dunlop, bridgestone, yokohama all are equally good i think.
No one has given the answer to my question yet....
If you are concerned on theory basis, you shouldn't, because engine starting usually causes more wear, and since the engine turns off and on, theoretically the oil works more.
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175 for fuel economy
195 for shashka
Yes u can prolong the interval...
Liqui Moly and Mobil 1 are good enough for 7-8k in our environment...
I used original oil from Japan that came in the engine for 6000 km. After changing oil, I noticed the low tyre pressure. And that was the main reason for low milage of 20km/l. After increasing tyre pressure to 35 psi, aqua giving 27 km/l.Therefore we can use oil up to 10000km.
Is it seems logical... Oil vs Tyres...???
175/65/15 new tyre only available in eurostar. Any idea from where i can buy other companies tyre in same spec in lahore?
Hyper inflating the tyre between 30 to 35 psi is one of the techniques of Hyper miling mentioned in several articles published online by the automobile experts. I am not surprised if your fuel average jumped from 20km/l to 27km/l.
In several articles published online by the automobile experts, it is clearly written that engine life is much prolonged in a hybrid vehicle as compared to a non hybrid vehicle. The reason simply being the hybrid system runs the vehicle as well, not the engine alone all the time. Therefore in a hybrid vehicle if the odometer shows a reading of 75000 kms, you can assume that approx 50000 kms are done by the engine and 25000 kms by the battery system.If the hybrid system prolongs the engine life due to less running of the engine, then theorotically it should also prolong the oil and the oil filter life.