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    #41
    Quote Originally Posted by H1Tman View Post
    Maybe your battery is about to die.
    Agree. Try borrowing a similar battery and test muna.

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    #42
    All of a sudden, ayaw mag-start ng 98 lovelife gli ko. My sister borrowed it just the day before without encountering any problems (thankfully). Our electrician initially thinks it could be the starter, since the battery is good. Heck sabi ko nga baka maluwang lang kabit sa battery. Pwede bang all of a sudden sira na agad starter?

    Sent it to a nearby shop (pinatulak ko). I dont know how pero nag start sya so the mechanic ruled out the starter as the culprit. He instead pointed out to the "inhibitor" daw, which was tied up with the AT transmission. Im clueless. Mechanic suggests that instead of buying a new inhibitor (not sure he means inhibitor switch) which was expensive. Maglalagay daw sya ng direct switch/ button that I should press in the event na hindi mag start normally.

    Is that remedy ok? Or should I go to a more reputable shop to have it assessed properly. I want to keep it road worthy, because I use it for coding days or if I go to places where parking is a concern.

    Thanks

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    All of a sudden, ayaw mag-start ng 98 lovelife gli ko. My sister borrowed it just the day before without encountering any problems (thankfully). Our electrician initially thinks it could be the starter, since the battery is good. Heck sabi ko nga baka maluwang lang kabit sa battery. Pwede bang all of a sudden sira na agad starter?

    Sent it to a nearby shop (pinatulak ko). I dont know how pero nag start sya so the mechanic ruled out the starter as the culprit. He instead pointed out to the "inhibitor" daw, which was tied up with the AT transmission. Im clueless. Mechanic suggests that instead of buying a new inhibitor (not sure he means inhibitor switch) which was expensive. Maglalagay daw sya ng direct switch/ button that I should press in the event na hindi mag start normally.

    Is that remedy ok? Or should I go to a more reputable shop to have it assessed properly. I want to keep it road worthy, because I use it for coding days or if I go to places where parking is a concern.

    Thanks

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    #43
    Quote Originally Posted by joey_ed27 View Post
    All of a sudden, ayaw mag-start ng 98 lovelife gli ko. My sister borrowed it just the day before without encountering any problems (thankfully). Our electrician initially thinks it could be the starter, since the battery is good. Heck sabi ko nga baka maluwang lang kabit sa battery. Pwede bang all of a sudden sira na agad starter?

    Sent it to a nearby shop (pinatulak ko). I dont know how pero nag start sya so the mechanic ruled out the starter as the culprit. He instead pointed out to the "inhibitor" daw, which was tied up with the AT transmission. Im clueless. Mechanic suggests that instead of buying a new inhibitor (not sure he means inhibitor switch) which was expensive. Maglalagay daw sya ng direct switch/ button that I should press in the event na hindi mag start normally.

    Is that remedy ok? Or should I go to a more reputable shop to have it assessed properly. I want to keep it road worthy, because I use it for coding days or if I go to places where parking is a concern.

    Thanks

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    All of a sudden, ayaw mag-start ng 98 lovelife gli ko. My sister borrowed it just the day before without encountering any problems (thankfully). Our electrician initially thinks it could be the starter, since the battery is good. Heck sabi ko nga baka maluwang lang kabit sa battery. Pwede bang all of a sudden sira na agad starter?

    Sent it to a nearby shop (pinatulak ko). I dont know how pero nag start sya so the mechanic ruled out the starter as the culprit. He instead pointed out to the "inhibitor" daw, which was tied up with the AT transmission. Im clueless. Mechanic suggests that instead of buying a new inhibitor (not sure he means inhibitor switch) which was expensive. Maglalagay daw sya ng direct switch/ button that I should press in the event na hindi mag start normally.

    Is that remedy ok? Or should I go to a more reputable shop to have it assessed properly. I want to keep it road worthy, because I use it for coding days or if I go to places where parking is a concern.

    Thanks
    baka hindi lang nai-neutral yung AT mo bro....
    observe it first.... if it happens again, then time to have it checked.

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    #44
    inhibitor sensor sa AT, it will only allow the car to start pag naka park or neutral ang tranny...

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    #45
    Pinalagyan ko na rin ng switch, cost me 1,500.

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    #46
    Quote Originally Posted by joey_ed27 View Post
    Pinalagyan ko na rin ng switch, cost me 1,500.
    so which is more expensive? the inhibitor switch, or the bypass switch?
    but the inhibitor switch does offer protection against starting jerk, which may result in bumping tita's prize bonggavilla..

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    Quote Originally Posted by joey_ed27 View Post
    Pinalagyan ko na rin ng switch, cost me 1,500.
    so which is more expensive? the inhibitor switch, or the bypass switch?
    but the inhibitor switch does offer protection against starting jerk, which may result in bumping tita's prize bonggavilla..

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    #47
    Honestly i did not bother to canvas the inhibitor switch anymore and took mechanics word for it.

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    #48
    If your transaxle is an Aisin Warner, the PRND2L switch is Nippon Denso. Inside this switch are two little copper bars that make contact with the slide contact. Over time, the packed grease inside dries up and hardens and fail to close the circuit. You can open it up to clean, lubricate and reassemble.

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    #49
    Quote Originally Posted by jick.cejoco View Post
    If your transaxle is an Aisin Warner, the PRND2L switch is Nippon Denso. Inside this switch are two little copper bars that make contact with the slide contact. Over time, the packed grease inside dries up and hardens and fail to close the circuit. You can open it up to clean, lubricate and reassemble.
    Thanks will check it out

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    #50
    Quote Originally Posted by jick.cejoco View Post
    If your transaxle is an Aisin Warner, the PRND2L switch is Nippon Denso. Inside this switch are two little copper bars that make contact with the slide contact. Over time, the packed grease inside dries up and hardens and fail to close the circuit. You can open it up to clean, lubricate and reassemble.
    it is user-serviceable?
    the TS might not be as mechanic-savvy as ... you know... no user-serviceable parts inside..?

    would immersing it in solvent like contact cleaner, work? at least then, it wouldn't have to be opened..

    kuripot me..

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    Quote Originally Posted by jick.cejoco View Post
    If your transaxle is an Aisin Warner, the PRND2L switch is Nippon Denso. Inside this switch are two little copper bars that make contact with the slide contact. Over time, the packed grease inside dries up and hardens and fail to close the circuit. You can open it up to clean, lubricate and reassemble.
    it is user-serviceable?
    the TS might not be as mechanic-savvy as ... you know... no user-serviceable parts inside..?

    would immersing it in solvent like contact cleaner, work? at least then, it wouldn't have to be opened..

    kuripot me..

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