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    Aoa guys
    My vitz is taking longer selfs in a random manner.. Sometimes starts on half self and sometimes it takes 2-3 seconds..
    If i press accelerator and start it starts immediately.
    Please help rectify issue


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    Quote Originally Posted by COOLTAHIR View Post
    what about spark plugs ? get them checked.
    btw also get ur car scanned with obd tool to know the correct prob

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    spark plugs are okay.
    Cleaned them almost 2 weeks back
    and installed new ones in ramzan.
    I have been to few mechanics with obd scanner but they just tune out rpm, they don't trace the real problem by saying vitz is like this. This is not an issue

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    1.Drain all the water from Radiator
    2.Pour distaled water mixture with coolent of Caltex or some good brand.
    REASON: Vitz throttle body is also connected with your engine cooling water. It dedects the temperature of water for adjusting cold/hot starting rpm automatically.

    Try this thing
    InshAllah it will solve your problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by faizanali View Post
    1.Drain all the water from Radiator
    2.Pour distaled water mixture with coolent of Caltex or some good brand.
    REASON: Vitz throttle body is also connected with your engine cooling water. It dedects the temperature of water for adjusting cold/hot starting rpm automatically.

    Try this thing
    InshAllah it will solve your problem.

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    Thanks for the reply
    Just from radiator? Or from coolant area as well? You mean remove all the coolant?
    I am pretty sure it is something related with coolant or fuel pump


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    Quote Originally Posted by m_umairr View Post
    Thanks for the reply
    Just from radiator? Or from coolant area as well? You mean remove all the coolant?
    I am pretty sure it is something related with coolant or fuel pump


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    Remove all the old water / coolant
    And pour new one..

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    Quote Originally Posted by faizanali View Post
    Remove all the old water / coolant
    And pour new one..

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    Oh k.. Thanks man! Any idea how much coolant would be required to refill it? 4 litres i guess?


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    Quote Originally Posted by m_umairr View Post
    Oh k.. Thanks man! Any idea how much coolant would be required to refill it? 4 litres i guess?


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    Yes almost 4 ltr hi ha
    Do not use tap water or mineral water.
    Only use distaled water. You can easily collect it from your home ac water drain pipe.
    Clean the engine fron previous water/coolant
    To clean radiator or water body if its rusty etc.. you can pour simple tap water with cerosine oil half liter. Start the car and let it circulate for a short while 10-15 minutes. then drain it and again pour simple water and then drain again. Now its ready for coolant and distaled water.

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    1 ltr caltex coolant will be enough

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    Quote Originally Posted by faizanali View Post
    Yes almost 4 ltr hi ha
    Do not use tap water or mineral water.
    Only use distaled water. You can easily collect it from your home ac water drain pipe.
    Clean the engine fron previous water/coolant
    To clean radiator or water body if its rusty etc.. you can pour simple tap water with cerosine oil half liter. Start the car and let it circulate for a short while 10-15 minutes. then drain it and again pour simple water and then drain again. Now its ready for coolant and distaled water.

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    Why are you suggesting distilled water as a coolant.?

    Distilled water does not carry any cooling properties in it and tests have shown that a combustion engine will run much hotter. Mahh....

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    Quote Originally Posted by spiderman-17 View Post
    Why are you suggesting distilled water as a coolant.?

    Distilled water does not carry any cooling properties in it and tests have shown that a combustion engine will run much hotter. Mahh....
    When? Where I have suggest distaled water in place of coolant??

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    Quote Originally Posted by faizanali View Post
    When? Where I have suggest distaled water in place of coolant??

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    You suggested distilled water and run engine for 15 minutes.

    Distilled water will not clean any area in the cooling system. It will do more harm then good, the engine coolant is a much better cleaner. Not even All engine coolants are good for a toyota (they have to be free of 2 particular chemicals normally used in antifreeze)

    If the engine coolant expired simply drain and replace (there is a proper way to drain ALL the liquid from radiator and cylinder head, not by simply opening the drain pipe)

    Others in this thread (not you) sugested distilled water in the cooling systen to clean the throttle body coolant sensor. One should never do that. If there is a faulty thermostat, replace it, if the throttle body is dirty, remove it and clean it (simple logic) But please, leave the cooling system alone, toyota invested milions in research and development for the coolant

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    Quote Originally Posted by spiderman-17 View Post
    You suggested distilled water and run engine for 15 minutes.

    Distilled water will not clean any area in the cooling system. It will do more harm then good, the engine coolant is a much better cleaner. Not even All engine coolants are good for a toyota (they have to be free of 2 particular chemicals normally used in antifreeze)

    If the engine coolant expired simply drain and replace (there is a proper way to drain ALL the liquid from radiator and cylinder head, not by simply opening the drain pipe)

    Others in this thread (not you) sugested distilled water in the cooling systen to clean the throttle body coolant sensor. One should never do that. If there is a faulty thermostat, replace it, if the throttle body is dirty, remove it and clean it (simple logic) But please, leave the cooling system alone, toyota invested milions in research and development for the coolant
    Sorry for spoiling op's thread.

    Do you know how to read transmission temp & pressure? Which custom pid to use?

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    Quote Originally Posted by spiderman-17 View Post
    You suggested distilled water and run engine for 15 minutes.

    Distilled water will not clean any area in the cooling system. It will do more harm then good, the engine coolant is a much better cleaner. Not even All engine coolants are good for a toyota (they have to be free of 2 particular chemicals normally used in antifreeze)

    If the engine coolant expired simply drain and replace (there is a proper way to drain ALL the liquid from radiator and cylinder head, not by simply opening the drain pipe)

    Others in this thread (not you) sugested distilled water in the cooling systen to clean the throttle body coolant sensor. One should never do that. If there is a faulty thermostat, replace it, if the throttle body is dirty, remove it and clean it (simple logic) But please, leave the cooling system alone, toyota invested milions in research and development for the coolant
    Lolzz 😂

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    Quote Originally Posted by DUDE007 View Post
    Sorry for spoiling op's thread.

    Do you know how to read transmission temp & pressure? Which custom pid to use?

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    Yes I do (for the K410 CVT with 1kr-fe engine)

    Contact me and tell me what software you will be using.

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    Mature men talk to each other, and when they don't agree, they politely explain why so that they learn from each other, On the other hand, young children laugh because that's the best thing they can do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spiderman-17 View Post
    Yes I do (for the K410 CVT with 1kr-fe engine)

    Contact me and tell me what software you will be using.

    @faizanali
    Mature men talk to each other, and when they don't agree, they politely explain why so that they learn from each other, On the other hand, young children laugh because that's the best thing they can do.
    How can one measure pressure of the cylinders? Can this be done using a scanner or a guage is needed?
    And how to?

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_umairr View Post
    How can one measure pressure of the cylinders? Can this be done using a scanner or a guage is needed?
    And how to?
    Unfortunately one cannot read cylinder pressure with obd because there are no pressure sensors in the cylinders, one way to do so is by installing a pressure gauge into the spark plug thread

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    Quote Originally Posted by spiderman-17 View Post
    Unfortunately one cannot read cylinder pressure with obd because there are no pressure sensors in the cylinders, one way to do so is by installing a pressure gauge into the spark plug thread
    I see..
    My car's pick is an issue for me from the very start. Can you tell me if it is something related to fuel pump or pressure in cylinders?
    I have changed O2 sensor,catalytic converter and 2 fuel pumps as both burned out in a span of year

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_umairr View Post
    I see..
    My car's pick is an issue for me from the very start. Can you tell me if it is something related to fuel pump or pressure in cylinders?
    I have changed O2 sensor,catalytic converter and 2 fuel pumps as both burned out in a span of year
    Unfortunately a car's pick depends on plenty of sensors/engine components including cvt, i hate to suggest replacing this and that part because genuine parts cost plenty of money.

    What you need is a knowledgeable mechanic capable to interpret well error codes and knows the resistance (ohms) limits of each sensor and other engine parts

    Unfortunately plenty of mechanics learn their job at the car's owner expence replacing parts at trial and error

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    Quote Originally Posted by spiderman-17 View Post
    Yes I do (for the K410 CVT with 1kr-fe engine)

    Contact me and tell me what software you will be using.

    @faizanali
    Mature men talk to each other, and when they don't agree, they politely explain why so that they learn from each other, On the other hand, young children laugh because that's the best thing they can do.
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    I never ever suggest to clean radiator with distaled water
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    @spiderman
    I have nothing to politely explain as the thing you told i never recommend ☺

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    Quote Originally Posted by spiderman-17 View Post
    Yes I do (for the K410 CVT with 1kr-fe engine)

    Contact me and tell me what software you will be using.

    @faizanali
    Mature men talk to each other, and when they don't agree, they politely explain why so that they learn from each other, On the other hand, young children laugh because that's the best thing they can do.
    @spiderman-17, I would like to say sorry for this poor attitude of @faizanali. We Pakistanis are very poor in listening to others and justifying our point with logic.
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