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#11
wheeLSpin

Posted 27 December 2005 - 04:02 PM

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Got some question here..

Q1.
"no 2.> loosen the nuts but don't remove the mount nut" .
do you mean we can remove the 3 nuts and not the centre one ?

Q2.
Also can you circle the area you bang the fender ? from the pic I dunno
where to bang.


My car now got this stupid tok tok , after SC bang also few weeks come
back the sound.

I think if you open a shop to rectify this thing can become millionaire
liao... charge ppl RM 50 Big Smile

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mych

Posted 27 December 2005 - 05:39 PM

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it goes to show how Waja owners are better at rectifying defects than the
SC....

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mitsu4g18

Posted 27 December 2005 - 06:00 PM

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wheeLSpin,

Not you only got the tok tok sound infact all waja got that sound hehehe..

Q1.
"no 2.> loosen the nuts but don't remove the mount nut" .
do you mean we can remove the 3 nuts and not the centre one ?

Loosen the 3 nuts is just to get access between the chassis and the
centre one.. to slide in the rubber or spacer, the centre one that you
saw in the picture is a dimantled wira mounting .. same diameter with
waja just for reference & measurement for my DIY spacer for total
permenant tok tok problem solving... the centre one is called the
absorber mounting it's the head of the absorber, no need to remove that
centre one..

Q2.
Also can you circle the area you bang the fender ? from the pic I dunno
where to bang.

Look properly at the chassis frame, it should be straight and flat, but
can you see dented part, that's the part you got to hammer.. but I think
the SC has already cured that..now, you problem is the absorber, remember
I said 90% from the absorber mounting..

You almost there, that's why I wrote permenant cure, normally they will
only use small pieces of rubber or double sided tape, and that will only
cure it temperaryly.. try take a look proper below or sorunding the
centre head, can you see small pieces of rubber?,I use super duper
fibre/plastic file cover hehehe, until now no problem... I should say
1000% galenti.. no more tok tok..

just follow closely the instruction & steps that I gave .. happy DIY Big Smile

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wheeLSpin

Posted 28 December 2005 - 06:51 PM

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Have tried your step but fail miserably...... paiseh Blush I can't even
loosen the nut, damn tight! Blush Angry

Anyway, I don't think all waja got this prob. year 2004 and above should
have been rectified already on the mounting and frame.


anyone try out this DIY ? pls share

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mitsu4g18

Posted 28 December 2005 - 10:29 PM

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wheeLSpin,

You are really a sincere man.. hehehe.. sorry I forgot to review pomen's
technic to loosen stubborn nuts.. I think most of you guys failed with
this first move...

Tommorow I will try to post a few pic on how to loosen hard sturbbon
nuts.. actually I should include this as the first DIY hehehe.. relax
wheeLSpin...once you got this technic..you could loosen it using only 2
fingers..Smile

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mitsu4g18

Posted 29 December 2005 - 12:10 PM

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"Anyway, I don't think all waja got this prob. year 2004 and above should
have been rectified already on the mounting and frame"


Most ppl can not hear this tok tok or should I say klek klek sound when
going over bumps.. to me any sound is very important.. even the burr..
sound of the fuel pump can tell you when it's going to kong. I notice
this because my wife until now she doesn't know what tok tok I'm taking
above hehehe...

Yesteday I drove my wife kancil... with the radio off.. the car was
playing Beetoven fith simphony.. kekeke... now I know why...

attached pic is the technique on how to loosen sturbbon nuts, a complete
absorber structure view, and look closely at the wira mounting head
shining space that you are going to add spacer to it, that shows this
area is fully mated/flushed to underside of the mounting chassis frame,
no even a rust afters years of sitting under there..

Tips

Do not use this 1 finger loosen technique when tightening you nuts..
because you might break the nut.. unless you can estimate the torque that
you are applying to it..Happy DIY..Smile

http://www.autoworld...ed.asp?AID=4744

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ntc2000

Posted 01 March 2006 - 07:35 PM

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hi...mitsu4g18 bro,

my 2005 EV start to face this problem alr....
i will ask the EON SC to help me "kao tim" it....
is that "tok tok" will danger my long journey???
i plan to go back hometown 1st... then only go to service center to repair
it....

"tok tok" sound make my heart to came out.....


thank for ur information.... really informative...

good job bro...

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kcks66

Posted 01 March 2006 - 08:39 PM

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Anybody has any idea why got sound inside my front door? Especially when
i turn on front speaker?

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nizesa

Posted 01 March 2006 - 09:49 PM

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i have the same problem with my rear board.. everytime turn on radio got
sound coming from the back.. can be very loud when i turn the volume up.

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kcks66

Posted 02 March 2006 - 08:19 AM

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Are your sound came from rear door or from the speaker board?
mine is the sound came from inside front door where near to top of the
handle. Anyone can help?