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Kelisa/Kenari Center: Engineered For Fun
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Toungue RE: Kelisa/Kenari Center: Engineered For Fun
I chg 2 times already :194:
09-29-2010 03:18 AM
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RE: Kelisa/Kenari Center: Engineered For Fun
when? price? brand? where?
09-29-2010 06:48 PM
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RE: Kelisa/Kenari Center: Engineered For Fun
Just get a timing belt fro ant accs shop.
The timing belt should cost ard RM 130 if i not mistaken,then brin it to your mech to fix it for u very cheap nia.
Labour charge ard RM 180.00 or bit more cannot remember liow!:146:
U wan my mech contact to install the timing belt at very reasonable price :133:
09-30-2010 02:17 AM
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RE: Kelisa/Kenari Center: Engineered For Fun
"Kelisa/Kenari Center: Engineered For Fun"

Huh? You mean those engineers had so much time to kill, that they made the car for fun?

Well they should have been more serious...

Wink j/k
09-30-2010 09:41 AM
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RE: Kelisa/Kenari Center: Engineered For Fun
haha..yea..they engineer it so ppl can have fun..any fun..Tongue and they had fun engineering it also.. so its a fun-ny carTongue ahhaha

thx pooh
09-30-2010 05:45 PM
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Smile RE: Kelisa/Kenari Center: Engineered For Fun
Actually Kelisa is quite a reliable car hardly got any problem if u take care properly.:g-good-job:
Just treat it like ur 1st wife :133:
10-01-2010 02:17 AM
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RE: Kelisa/Kenari Center: Engineered For Fun
agree pooh! Tongue
10-01-2010 05:27 PM
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RE: Kelisa/Kenari Center: Engineered For Fun
Heard next year new model coming replace the current Myvi.:g-good-job:
Kelisa soon will have other new bro in the family :133:
10-02-2010 03:14 AM
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RE: Kelisa/Kenari Center: Engineered For Fun
Hello to all Kelisa owner,


I got a few questions hoping dear sifu can answer.


I have a 2004 Kelisa 1000cc manual. I'm not sure if Kelisa's "Engineered for Fun" is true, 0-100 take close to 15 secs for 1000c.c. manual... far from fast and fun... But I think it is "Engineered for Economy", as I can get around 4.8l/100km (air cond off most of the time), which according to my friend is "ridiculous millage".


Apart from the broken engine mounting, which caused noticeable vibration while idling and during hard acceleration, seems like there's something wrong with the gearbox as well...
When shifting into a gear, sometime it's smooth, sometime there's a noticeable 'krak' noise. It doesn't feel or sounds like the gear are crashing into each other, like when you change gear while not pressing the clutch deep enough. When car is moving slowly (around 20kmph), it is very hard to shift from 2nd gear back to 1st gear. Unless the car is very slow (less than 5kmph) or completely stop. Sometimes it is hard to engage reverse gear as well. Anyone have the same problem? Confused

To change the engine mounting for Kelisa cost close to RM1000? Is this true? Blink
(This post was last modified: 03-28-2011 05:47 PM by kosumaledoko.)
03-28-2011 05:46 PM
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Toungue RE: Kelisa/Kenari Center: Engineered For Fun
Bro,

Your gearbox need to chg gear lubricant every 50K journey to maintain smooth shifting.
I always highlighted never use those capalang cheap lubricant it can damage Kelisa baby engine & always buy those trusted brand like Eneos or Shell branded name, not like those unknown Petronas lubricant or Nasa tt2!!
Mouting for Kelisa cost lest than 1K if i not mistaken,if u interested i can recommend u to my mechanic fren they can give u a reasonable price if u plan to service ur car or chg the mouting.Thumbup

(03-28-2011 05:46 PM)kosumaledoko Wrote:  Hello to all Kelisa owner,


I got a few questions hoping dear sifu can answer.


I have a 2004 Kelisa 1000cc manual. I'm not sure if Kelisa's "Engineered for Fun" is true, 0-100 take close to 15 secs for 1000c.c. manual... far from fast and fun... But I think it is "Engineered for Economy", as I can get around 4.8l/100km (air cond off most of the time), which according to my friend is "ridiculous millage".


Apart from the broken engine mounting, which caused noticeable vibration while idling and during hard acceleration, seems like there's something wrong with the gearbox as well...
When shifting into a gear, sometime it's smooth, sometime there's a noticeable 'krak' noise. It doesn't feel or sounds like the gear are crashing into each other, like when you change gear while not pressing the clutch deep enough. When car is moving slowly (around 20kmph), it is very hard to shift from 2nd gear back to 1st gear. Unless the car is very slow (less than 5kmph) or completely stop. Sometimes it is hard to engage reverse gear as well. Anyone have the same problem? Confused

To change the engine mounting for Kelisa cost close to RM1000? Is this true? Blink
03-29-2011 10:04 AM
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