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  1. Join Date
    Oct 2002
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    #11
    Just park it. Now that the sun is up, I rarely use the Pajero. More than two weeks pa siyang natutulog lang sa garahe.

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  2. Join Date
    May 2005
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    #12
    for two weeks pwede na nga di remove ang battery clamp,

    nagyari na sa akin din iyan mahigit two weeks.

    wala naman ako mautusan sa bahay para mag alis..
    kaya nakakabit lang around 20 days.....
    pagdating ko
    silip sa loob ng Engine bay
    .,baka may daga or pusa na namahay.
    check din ng water level ng radiator.,
    start ko agad..Ok naman

    more than 2 years na din ang car batt ko noon

  3. Join Date
    Oct 2002
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    #13
    2 weeks lang? naaaah! you don't even need to disconnect the battery. i leave my car for 1 month everytime.

    what i would recommend you do is the ff:

    1. don't leave the tank almost empty, fill er up. if the fuel level is low the fuel tank will "breathe" as a result of the air warming up during the day and cooling down during the night. this allows water vapor to condense in the tank. a full fuel tank minimizes water vapor intrusion.

    2. clean it inside and out, for 2 reasons. first, ants will not breed inside if they don't have any food, and second, it will be ready for use when you get back. it will be a good idea to spray lysol inside, too.

    3. put car cover.

  4. Join Date
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    #14
    lam mo, para me peace of mind ka, pahiram mo na lang sakin kotse mo for two weeks :D

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    Oct 2006
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    #15
    in my case, pag naiimbak ang kotse sa garahe ng matagal, i try to open the vent of the a/c..

  6. Join Date
    Oct 2002
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    #16
    Quote Originally Posted by badkuk View Post
    lam mo, para me peace of mind ka, pahiram mo na lang sakin kotse mo for two weeks :D
    mas mahirap yan bro...baka lalong mawala yung kanyang peace of mind. hehehehehe.

    yebo's right.. no need to disconnect the battery. when i go out of the country, minsan one month, minsan two months. pag balik ko ok naman.

    just keep it clean inside... mahirap na pagbalik mo eh puro langgam yang loob ng oto mo.

  7. Join Date
    Sep 2005
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    #17
    pasingit na rin...paano mga sir kung 5 weeks? alis din kasi me. pwede bang iwan na lang kahit di pinaaandar? 95 civic here, kaka-change oil ko lang last aug. and sa dec. na balik ko.

  8. Join Date
    Oct 2002
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    #18
    the reason that I've suggest to remove the battery is the alarm...nangyari na sa amin to, me covered parking naman kami but everytime na tumatalon yung pusa namin dun sa bubong or medyo nabubundol sya ng mga kasambahay or even malakas na kulog eh nag-iingay yung alarm hehehehe ilang gabi rin daw na binulabog nung sasakyan yung mga naiwan naming kasamahan sa bahay....worst yung susi eh andon sa master's bedroom namin na naka-lock.....

    pero kung wala kayong sariling parking....eh hayaan mo na lang mag-ingay yan....

    nangyari na rin sa amin na sa sobrang kakulangan sa oras eh di na namin na-check at nalinis yung loob nung sasakyan, ayun pagbalik namin eh ang bantot na nung loob (me bulok na kapirasong saging at hotdog sandwich) at nilalanggam pa dahil me mga naiwan na chocolate yung mga anak ko...nasa ilalim ng upuan....

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