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Old 5th April 2008, 12:53   #1
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My zen di 2001 model clocked 170000 km .And i got the engine head overhauled and recently changed the compressor and now the problem started the car became very sluggish in first gear ,i need to put off the ac and then move farward ,when i am in heavy traffic i am gettin irritated with this as i have to frequently switch off the ac .

What might be the problem guys ? and how should i improve the pick up???


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I've heard diesel vehicle owners claim the efficacy of additives like Bardahl towards making their engines more responsive.
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And i got the engine head overhauled
Where did you get the engine overhauled? I am starting to suspect the quality of job done.

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and recently changed the compressor
Or have you changed the compressor to a larger one?

Also, get your clutch and fuel pump checked.
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i got the total ac over hauled with compressor changed at maruthi service station which costed 19k total .
And about the head over haul i got it done a year back.

Is their a problem with the fuel pump do i need to get it tuned so as to improve the pick up??
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Does you car emit black smoke alot. If the answer is yes then there is surely a problem with the fuel pump.

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