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One method is to tent the vehicle with a tarp and then use and insect fogger spray under the tarp. This is used in areas with high numbers of poisonous insects by repair technicians who are tasked with repairing cars that have been little used.
I use a mixture of 1 cup of peppermint oil to 1 gallon warm water in garden sprayer to deter spiders in my house. I have seen fewer spiders since doing this, hope this helps.
I suspect that the tyres you have are R13 as this vehicle runs 13" diameter wheels as standard. The first number (145 or 155) is the width of the tread part of the tyre in mm. Going from 155 to 145 will cause no problems because the shoulders of the tyre will be just 5mm further inwards than they were previously. This will mean that the tyres will not ...
I would suggest you need to clean your intake tract, mass air flow sensor, and throttle body, plus change the air filter if you haven't done so recently. I would bet you have some carbon or gunk causing the engine to hesitate in some situations. The idle air control valve may be dirty/sticky causing the issue as well. Do a complete upper end cleaning and I ...
I don't agree with your diagnosis. You could have a faulty injector which is causing the cylinder with the problem to run lean. This could cause the plug to overheat and wear out quickly. Was the plug clean and shiny, not black? Seems like it is more likely running rich, could still be an injector problem.
If you rev the engine up and it starts to cool down, then you may be a little low on refrigerant. If you really need to start moving, then the electric fans that are usually controlled by the a/c system may not be working. They assist in cooling the condenser at the front of the engine bay, when there isn't sufficient air flow.
Not at all. The turbo doesn't know whether it's a diesel or petrol turbo. Just bear in mind that if you want to put a turbo on your car without doing lots of other modifications to your engine, you can't use much more boost than about 0.6 bar (I think that's about 8-10psi, but I could be wrong). The power gains would be minimal and you'd still need to have ...
First of all before you start to turbo a 1.3 engine keep these things in mind. If you say your car is a 1.3 then I am almost certain its a family "commuter" car which was designed not to go like stink in the first place so there is pretty much a chance you cant fit some parts like the inter-cooler since the manufacturer wants to keep cost low while ...
A turbo whether petrol or diesel is basically an exhaust driven rotor which forces air into the engine. It won't be a problem to install a diesel turbo in a petrol engine. But there are problems! Engine has to be tuned properly ( there is a great difference in air pressure which the engine does no know ) The bearings on the turbo have to be lubricated. It ...
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