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    Red face Pak Suzuki Wagon R Owners Club

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    Welcome aboard the Suzuki Wagon R Owners Club, a group for the passionate owners of Suzuki Wagon R.

    Pak Suzuki Wagon R Owners Club -1423039

    This thread will serve as um for all the owners of Suzuki Wagon R across Pakistan. Members can post their experiences as well seek help for their automobile in various areas of interest.
    Apart from the regular discussion and posts there would be regular meets, get together as well as cruises in cities across Pakistan. The primary motive of the club is to promote the desire of the members to help and share information with other fellow members particularly related to Suzuki Wagon R.

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    @pakwheelsimb, congrats on completing 60k. I think now till 100k you just have to change oil and filters. Is your car plugs changed for the first time ? And what about brake pads ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sarkaar View Post
    @pakwheelsimb, congrats on completing 60k. I think now till 100k you just have to change oil and filters. Is your car plugs changed for the first time ? And what about brake pads ?
    Bro all oils are changed yes break pads and plugs are changed for first time


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    How big is the reserve tank of wagon r

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    Respected members
    I am thinking to buy a wagon r but there are some confusions that only a current owner can solve it. If anyone here can help me I have some questions in mind, it would be better if we can catch up on the phone and talk in detail. Please send me your numbers at inbox I'll call you guys. Regards Hasnain

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    https://www.pakwheels.com/forums/wag...agonr-problems

    what do you guys say about these problems? what about that jerking issue i dont wuite understand that. vibration is it high or low?

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    Quote Originally Posted by farhad.hassan.786 View Post
    https://www.pakwheels.com/forums/wag...agonr-problems

    what do you guys say about these problems? what about that jerking issue i dont wuite understand that. vibration is it high or low?
    If u read all this fan club forum u will find all ur answers. Discussed here many times.

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    Quote Originally Posted by farhad.hassan.786 View Post
    https://www.pakwheels.com/forums/wag...agonr-problems

    what do you guys say about these problems? what about that jerking issue i dont wuite understand that. vibration is it high or low?
    1. vibration on idle

    you'd notice em if you're coming from a 4 cylinder car, 3 cylinder engines are bound to vibrate whether it is wagon r, Japanese 3 cyl kei car, carby cultus, mehran or any 3 cyl car, but outta all these, wagon r's engine is the most balanced and refined one(comparable to jdm cars).

    2. jerk while releasing clutch

    wagon r's clutch has smoothest engagement in its class, the car jerks if the clutch is released too early(it engages faster and earlier than older suzukis, more like a santro's).
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    Quote Originally Posted by usman_arooq2 View Post
    1. vibration on idle

    you'd notice em if you're coming from a 4 cylinder car, 3 cylinder engines are bound to vibrate whether it is wagon r, Japanese 3 cyl kei car, carby cultus, mehran or any 3 cyl car, but outta all these, wagon r's engine is the most balanced and refined one(comparable to jdm cars).

    2. jerk while releasing clutch

    wagon r's clutch has smoothest engagement in its class, the car jerks if the clutch is released too early(it engages faster and earlier than older suzukis, more like a santro's).
    K10b Firring order is bit to far it vibrates more than carby cultus Suzuki should have installed counter balance shaft like daihatsu cb series engine

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    Quote Originally Posted by hatobacho View Post
    How big is the reserve tank of wagon r
    Reserve start when one bar is remaining when its start blinking it is close to end, i think 3 liter of petrol approx
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    Quote Originally Posted by usman_arooq2 View Post
    1. vibration on idle

    you'd notice em if you're coming from a 4 cylinder car, 3 cylinder engines are bound to vibrate whether it is wagon r, Japanese 3 cyl kei car, carby cultus, mehran or any 3 cyl car, but outta all these, wagon r's engine is the most balanced and refined one(comparable to jdm cars).

    2. jerk while releasing clutch

    wagon r's clutch has smoothest engagement in its class, the car jerks if the clutch is released too early(it engages faster and earlier than older suzukis, more like a santro's).
    Agreed.

    2. Problem arises when people switch cars. Every car has got its own clutch play. Make it a habit to always release clutch slowly. You are not driving it on race track where you have got to take lead. If still clutch is not appropriate for you, get it adjusted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pakwheelsimb View Post
    Finally went to Suzuki Central Motors for 60,000km service (All services are done for the first time ever since I bought my WagonR)


    Engine oil + Oil filter + Air filter
    Coolent changed
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    Battery water acid drained and changed(my car battery is original)
    Alignment and balancing

    Cost for all the services plus taxes Rs.25,567/-

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    Did you ask them to change battery acid or they changed it themselves. Because it is never changed as new acid will speed up the deposits build up on already worn out plates. The correct way to change acid if required is to drain it all then wash it several times with clean water. Epsom salt is best to break away the deposits and clean the plates. After epsom salt treatment, battery is thoroughly washed and then new acid is poured.
    Well car batteries are not expensive. I would go for new.

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    Quote Originally Posted by saboor73 View Post
    K10b Firring order is bit to far it vibrates more than carby cultus Suzuki should have installed counter balance shaft like daihatsu cb series engine
    it has more to do with the fact that wagon r is efi therefore lower idle rpm in most cases, where mechanics used to set the idle rpm of cultus carby a bit high. when u rev the wagon r a lil, the vibrations smoothen out. in my experience, nvh levels are below coure's engine, suzuki's f10(alto), g10(both khyber, cultus) and f10 efi (faw xpv) and f10 is a four cylinder engine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ch.talal View Post
    Agreed.

    2. Problem arises when people switch cars. Every car has got its own clutch play. Make it a habit to always release clutch slowly. You are not driving it on race track where you have got to take lead. If still clutch is not appropriate for you, get it adjusted.
    my point exactly, there isn't any problem with wagon r's clutch, but one needs to gets used to it.

    I drive a gli 1.6(auto) and 2.0d saloon(smooth and forgiving on abrupt clutch engagement) still driving a wagon r was a breeze, the difference is felt by those coming from other suzuki cars(mehran and alto particularly).
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    Well If someone is worried about vibrations, get the rpm increased. It's not a big deal. You could do this on your own. But do this only if you want to compromise the fuel economy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ch.talal View Post
    Well If someone is worried about vibrations, get the rpm increased. It's not a big deal. You could do this on your own. But do this only if you want to compromise the fuel economy.
    How on earth would one increase idle rpm on efi engine?

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    Quote Originally Posted by saboor73 View Post
    How on earth would one increase idle rpm on efi engine?
    LoL.
    There is a throttle stop screw on every throttle of efi car. Turn that screw like you tighten it to increase rpm.
    The other way to increase idle rpm is to adjust it from idle air control valve.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ch.talal View Post
    LoL.
    There is a throttle stop screw on every throttle of efi car. Turn that screw like you tighten it to increase rpm.
    The other way to increase idle rpm is to adjust it from idle air control valve.
    And now let me complete the line "adjust stop screw and complete ruin you AFR ratio" the idle air control can also change your engine power curve

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    Quote Originally Posted by saboor73 View Post
    And now let me complete the line "adjust stop screw and complete ruin you AFR ratio" the idle air control can also change your engine power curve
    So that is the reason I have written in my first post "by compromising fuel economy". Open your eyes and read that.

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    When throttle stop screw is tightened, the throttle opens. The TPS sends signal to ECU which in turn increases injectors speed. Thus idle RPM will increase but also the fuel consumption.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ch.talal View Post
    So that is the reason I have written in my first post "by compromising fuel economy". Open your eyes and read that.
    My eye are open what you aren't understanding is fuel economy isn't the only thing that would be effect you saw my post mentioning "power curves" performance of the engine will be effect the stop screw is there two adjust tps if it's get disturbs not other way around tps tell ecu about postion of throotle input so that AFR can be alter

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