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Old 27th March 2019, 22:55   #241
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Does this Swift come with hydraulic clutch with slave cylinder? or it is manual cable clutch?
Petrol Swift's have mechanical clutch system.

The Fiat 1.3 SDE powered Diesel Swift's have hydraulic clutch systems.
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Like to share an interesting finding. I applied Liqui Moly battery clamp grease on both terminals. One fine day, I found the -ve terminal clean without a trace. Was dumbstruck for a moment. Then found out, it was wiped clean by the sheer air force. So, don't bother applying white petroleum(as mentioned in the manual) or any grease to the -ve terminal. It will just get atomized in the engine bay.

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Edit: This happened in petrol swift

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I've got a Swift Zxi AMT. At cold start the car seems to idle at around 1500 rpm for about 30 secs before it settles down to the normal 750-800 rpm range. Also the engine temp indicator stays lit up for sometime until the engine warms up a bit. Is this behavior experienced by other owners too?
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I've got a Swift Zxi AMT. At cold start the car seems to idle at around 1500 rpm for about 30 secs before it settles down to the normal 750-800 rpm range. Also the engine temp indicator stays lit up for sometime until the engine warms up a bit. Is this behavior experienced by other owners too?
Yes. I have noticed this in my swift too. Regarding temperature indicator, it's explained clearly in the review.

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Blue indicator comes on when you start the car in the morning & the engine is cold. When the engine has reached its operating temperature, it disappears. Keep the revs low while this light is on. Also, it will turn red if the motor overheats
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