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  1. stalling issue

    Hi, Most of the idle issues during neutral and park positions are due to a faulty IAC (or IAS as some say). This is the Idle Air Control device which controls how much air is taken in to the throttle body when throttle position is 0% This is operated through a PWM signal from the ECU. If the device is faulty it does not let enough air to reach the engine during idle then resulting an engine stall. You cannot adjust the IAC, hence need a replacement if it's faulty and not too expensive to replace. If IAC is working properly you here a faint hum near the throttle body Good luck with the diagnosis. Sent from my SM-G900F using Tapatalk
  2. How to find corolla 141 2008 tail lights

    Try Euronippon. Just give them a call and ask. They might not be very friendly with the phone. Better if you can visit the place with a sample. This is in Wadduwa [emoji15] . Don't be discouraged by the distance. I highly recommend giving it a try. I have couple of good experience with them around a decade back. Here's the link Euronippon International (Pvt) Ltd A2, Wadduwa 0387 389 988 https://goo.gl/maps/FtNpNyi4B492 Sent from my [device_name] using http://AutoLanka.com mobile app powered by Tapatalk
  3. Best to buy around 2.7_2.8 million

    Is Mazda Demio outside the equitation? It perfectly fits your budget and you get much more when compared to a 1000cc Vitz. It's 1300cc and does around 10~11kmpl Sent from my [device_name] using http://AutoLanka.com mobile app powered by Tapatalk
  4. I'm pretty sure this GLA that we get is assembled somewhere in India.
  5. Harrier some basic grade, Mazda cx5, or how about a used X1 For all of these you may need to stretch your budget a bit. Oh by the way Mazda Axela is also a good fit if you consider it as luxury. The true fuel economy of Axela hybrid skyActive is around 13~16kmpl which i guess is more than enough.
  6. Fast compact car

    +1 for the Suzuki Swift RS. No direct experience with the newer one but drove a 3rd gen one that had a CVT gearbox with optional 7 speed manual peddle shift. It was unbelievably fast for a 1.3L, not the fastest but i guess more suitable for a city rider who seeks some kick down once in a while just for fun. The 4th gen i believe should do better and it matches your budget.
  7. Are you looking for a second hand?
  8. There are lot of options available. But all depends on what you really like and what options or attributes (Comfort, Resale value, ease of maintenance) you are looking for. Hatchback? Sedan? If fuel figures are not much of a concern following are good options for hatchbacks. Toyota IST(2003-2004) - Do not have much experience with this but its a bit comfortable and reliable car Mazda demio - go for a one with RPM meter (personal preference) and if possible one with a CVT gear box. This little creature has a decent amount of pulling power. If you want to be more adventurous Pug 407 (2004-2006) - the car really pays off with the comfort and riding pleasure. But you need to put some extra precaution finding a well maintained one.