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  1. Join Date
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    #1
    My Corolla GLi starts instantly after cranking, diretso, agad-agad ... Pero pag medyo mainit na makina tapos pinatay mo at start ulit, maririnig mo na yung normal na 1-2 seconds cranking saka mag start yung engine ..

    Yung officemate ko na Corolla GLi din, hindi nman ganito, kahit cold start sa kanay, meron talaga 1-2 seconds cranking saka mag fully start .. Kahit mga bagong sasakyan, my friends honda city, my sisters vios, meron talagang 1-2 seconds cranking time bago mag fully start ..

    Pina check ko sa mga mekaniko, sinabihan pa naman ako, mas ok daw yun kasi start agad .. inisip ko, ok nga naman pero hindi pa rin normal ..

    Diba ang normal naman talaga na start ng engine ay may 1-2 seconds cranking time bago mag fully start ??

    May problema kaya starter ko ?? Advance ba timing ng distributor ko ??

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    #2
    Quote Originally Posted by Dezaremos View Post
    My Corolla GLi starts instantly after cranking, diretso, agad-agad ... Pero pag medyo mainit na makina tapos pinatay mo at start ulit, maririnig mo na yung normal na 1-2 seconds cranking saka mag start yung engine ..

    Yung officemate ko na Corolla GLi din, hindi nman ganito, kahit cold start sa kanay, meron talaga 1-2 seconds cranking saka mag fully start .. Kahit mga bagong sasakyan, my friends honda city, my sisters vios, meron talagang 1-2 seconds cranking time bago mag fully start ..

    Pina check ko sa mga mekaniko, sinabihan pa naman ako, mas ok daw yun kasi start agad .. inisip ko, ok nga naman pero hindi pa rin normal ..

    Diba ang normal naman talaga na start ng engine ay may 1-2 seconds cranking time bago mag fully start ??

    May problema kaya starter ko ?? Advance ba timing ng distributor ko ??
    you can spend a small fortune investigating it, and still come to the same conclusion, "but it starts, reliably..."
    i'd list it down under "manufacturing and adjusting tolerances".
    if this has been going on for some time now, with no sign of deteriorating, i wouldn't worry too much.
    i'd enjoy the drive.
    have fun.

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    #3
    You must be too bored. If there is nothing of concern you make a problem of.

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    #4
    Quote Originally Posted by mina_nuka View Post
    You must be too bored. If there is nothing of concern you make a problem of.
    No .. I never thought of this while driving other new cars (city & vios), I thought maybe because they are newer models thats why they have a maybe 1 and 1/2 second cranking on cold start before the engine starts ..

    But when I borrowed my co-workers Corolla GLi, same as mine, thats when I realized that her car starts the same as modern cars on cold starts while mine start almost instantly with no delay cranking ..

    This lead me to think is my distributor advance in timing because it starts instantly which I know shouldn't be ..

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    As the saying goes ... if it ain't broke, don't fix it ...

    Wonder what you would do if your car does 15 km / liter fuel efficiency while other cars are doing only 7 km / liter on the same route and traffic conditions ...
    Last edited by Walter; July 9th, 2017 at 10:27 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dezaremos View Post
    No .. I never thought of this while driving other new cars (city & vios), I thought maybe because they are newer models thats why they have a maybe 1 and 1/2 second cranking on cold start before the engine starts ..

    But when I borrowed my co-workers Corolla GLi, same as mine, thats when I realized that her car starts the same as modern cars on cold starts while mine start almost instantly with no delay cranking ..

    This lead me to think is my distributor advance in timing because it starts instantly which I know shouldn't be ..
    have your small fortune ready.
    heh heh.

    my 1997 sentra that i sold to my friend still starts instantly, today.
    the 2003 altis i drive now, starts 1-2 seconds after cranking, since the day it was born in 2003. reliably.
    make your choice, sir.
    Last edited by dr. d; July 9th, 2017 at 10:33 AM.

  7. Join Date
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    #7
    hmmm,good evening new member po ako and di ko alam pano mag start ng new thread need pa ata mag post/reply sa mga threads. tatanong ko lang po sana kung pag in-house financing ba hindi talaga sakin maipapangalan yung car? btw, mitsubushi mirage glx hb po kinukuha namin ng partner ko. bale cya yung co-maker asa ibang bansa siya,and marami po ba talaga hinihingi requirements pati sa co-maker? ex: need pa daw ng spa,provided na nasa kanila na coe namin and job contract,pati bank statements nakaphoto copy pa pati passbook,ang hassle kasi ng spa. may pinakita ako spa sa kanila though for pag-ibig yun,di ba nila pwede i-consider na yun?salamat po sa sasagot at pasensya na po kung mahaba and wala sa topic. again newbie here

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    #8
    okey lang yan.sa akin nga diesel pa sa umaga cold start isang click lang andar kaagad..

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    #9
    napalitan na ba ang starter? baka napalitan ng reduction starter.

    my old 1998 civic ganito. old starter would take 1-2 seconds na magredondo. nung masira ang starter, pinalitan ng reduction starter. napansin ko mas pagpihit pa lang ng susi start na agad.

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    #10
    That is so boring that didn't start the car if have a car battery starter maybe solve cold start.

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