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    "Mitsubishis... They are like the the neighborhood dog that you have accidentally adopted - you can list 101 million things you hate about it, but then you forget all that and start loving it because there is this one thing that it will do to put a smile on your face... it will get you hooked on and you overlook every other damn bit of annoyance and defend it to death."  -iRage

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  1. Yeah, consider it cheap insurance... Here's the complete process and the cost of a timing belt replacement of a Lancer CS, documented and shared by @Sampath Gunasekera
  2. It's 5 years or 100,000kms - whichever comes first IIRC
  3. Not really, no. Most regulars around here are just a bunch of guys who enjoy driving and discussing anything related to automobiles in general... driven by passion instead of reason, pleasure instead of practicality, beauty instead of purpose, experience instead of theory, romance instead of cost-benefit analysis... you get the picture Well, going by your requirements and approach to cars in general I think you'd be quite happy with a 1st owner company maintained Perodua Axia 2017 or newer. That's the closest you're going to get to owning a brand new car for your budget atm
  4. And I'd give my small nut to see his face when he realizes that his wife can shatter all those carefully structured requirements to small bite-sized pieces and get what she wants with a pout which promises his peace of mind would be just gone for the foreseeable future if she doesn't get her way
  5. You had to use the plus didn't you? Perhaps it's my mind that is in the gutter but you sound jailbait-y whenever you mention her age 😪
  6. Best to avoid it, sensors and gadgets aside you won't notice if your floorboard develops a water intrusion due to rubber seal failure/undercarriage damage/clogged AC condenser drain. As it is now any water intrusion would be plainly visible when the cloth carpet gets soaked, cover it up with a rexine something and you won't notice until your floorboard rusts to the point of FUBAR
  7. What is this little bit on the coolant reservoir tank cap? Is it an air vent? does it help bleed the system of possible air pockets? If it is why doesn't every car have one?
  8. Yeah the nano has a similar design Over to you!
  9. Step 1 : Find the workshop manual of your car, being an export model should be easy to find it Step 2 : Find the "engine cooling" or related topic, relevant specifications will be listed there (this is an excerpt from my workshop manual of a Lancer so these values won't apply to your car) Step 3 : Plug in a OBD2 scanner and connect it to your smartphone Step 4 : Go to real-time data. You can monitor your coolant temperature there Step 5 : See if your radiator fan engages when the coolant temperature reaches "Full-opening temperature of thermostat" value and make sure the coolant temperature doesn't exceed the mentioned value That's it. Your cooling system is working fine and your temp meter is right where it should be
  10. Unimo Lokka? Pretty sure I've seen these at UNIMO. Made by DFSK
  11. It's the AutoLanka open booty trivia 2020 🧐 Both Au naturale jackfruit-borne booties and modern silicone-borne booties are accepted.
  12. Yes! 👍 Hell yes! 👍👍 Nuh-uh 👎
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