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Topic: Engine dies while in stationery
Posted By: zentuah
Subject: Engine dies while in stationery
Date Posted: 25 May 2021 at 12:24pm
Today while i was driving my honda civic, i then stop while waiting the green light. As i was about to move, i then realized that my engine had died n the batt n water red light was on. This was the second time happened aft a month ago. Luckily I am able to start it again. My batt is abt 10mths old. My car aldy 5yrs old. May I seek your expert advise on what had happened? thanks



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Posted By: sulaiman94
Date Posted: 25 May 2021 at 10:52pm
i think at some point its becoz ur cars has been used for a long time ready so thats why this kind of problems appear. and its mostly occur becozur battery lah


Posted By: sane_wanny
Date Posted: 25 May 2021 at 10:59pm
In such a case, cleaning or replacing the mass air flow sensor can fix the problem.


Posted By: zimaazlan
Date Posted: 25 May 2021 at 11:01pm
Originally posted by zentuah zentuah wrote:

Today while i was driving my honda civic, i then stop while waiting the green light. As i was about to move, i then realized that my engine had died n the batt n water red light was on. This was the second time happened aft a month ago. Luckily I am able to start it again. My batt is abt 10mths old. My car aldy 5yrs old. May I seek your expert advise on what had happened? thanks


its best if u get ur battery fix, usually that's the big cause why the problem happens. so far it never happen to me yet la but my brother did and he got the batt check and all good


Posted By: sane_wanny
Date Posted: 25 May 2021 at 11:29pm
Originally posted by zimaazlan zimaazlan wrote:

Originally posted by zentuah zentuah wrote:

Today while i was driving my honda civic, i then stop while waiting the green light. As i was about to move, i then realized that my engine had died n the batt n water red light was on. This was the second time happened aft a month ago. Luckily I am able to start it again. My batt is abt 10mths old. My car aldy 5yrs old. May I seek your expert advise on what had happened? thanks


its best if u get ur battery fix, usually that's the big cause why the problem happens. so far it never happen to me yet la but my brother did and he got the batt check and all good
it seem like that but 10 months for battery considered pretty early to have such prob 


Posted By: KawanKim
Date Posted: 26 May 2021 at 10:48pm
maybe the one he currently using is low quality..thats why the age was pretty short..


Posted By: sane_wanny
Date Posted: 27 May 2021 at 9:24am
hot to recognized the good quality or low? just based on the price?


Posted By: sulaiman94
Date Posted: 27 May 2021 at 8:43pm
yaa i thought the same too, or else his petrol hes using now might have problem too lah bcs sometimes it can affect engines which will consume a lot of battery


Posted By: sulaiman94
Date Posted: 27 May 2021 at 8:43pm
Originally posted by sane_wanny sane_wanny wrote:

Originally posted by zimaazlan zimaazlan wrote:

Originally posted by zentuah zentuah wrote:

Today while i was driving my honda civic, i then stop while waiting the green light. As i was about to move, i then realized that my engine had died n the batt n water red light was on. This was the second time happened aft a month ago. Luckily I am able to start it again. My batt is abt 10mths old. My car aldy 5yrs old. May I seek your expert advise on what had happened? thanks


its best if u get ur battery fix, usually that's the big cause why the problem happens. so far it never happen to me yet la but my brother did and he got the batt check and all good
it seem like that but 10 months for battery considered pretty early to have such prob 


yaa i thought the same too, or else his petrol hes using now might have problem too lah bcs sometimes it can affect engines which will consume a lot of battery


Posted By: sulaiman94
Date Posted: 27 May 2021 at 8:45pm
Originally posted by KawanKim KawanKim wrote:

maybe the one he currently using is low quality..thats why the age was pretty short..


that'd be devastating then if the workshop he went to used a low quality battery. because it can be super harmful for users


Posted By: sane_wanny
Date Posted: 28 May 2021 at 1:09pm
Originally posted by sulaiman94 sulaiman94 wrote:

Originally posted by sane_wanny sane_wanny wrote:

Originally posted by zimaazlan zimaazlan wrote:

Originally posted by zentuah zentuah wrote:

Today while i was driving my honda civic, i then stop while waiting the green light. As i was about to move, i then realized that my engine had died n the batt n water red light was on. This was the second time happened aft a month ago. Luckily I am able to start it again. My batt is abt 10mths old. My car aldy 5yrs old. May I seek your expert advise on what had happened? thanks


its best if u get ur battery fix, usually that's the big cause why the problem happens. so far it never happen to me yet la but my brother did and he got the batt check and all good
it seem like that but 10 months for battery considered pretty early to have such prob 


yaa i thought the same too, or else his petrol hes using now might have problem too lah bcs sometimes it can affect engines which will consume a lot of battery
oh that was new knowledge i got. didnt know that engine can affect the battery. am i ignorant abt car care


Posted By: KawanKim
Date Posted: 28 May 2021 at 1:27pm
Originally posted by sulaiman94 sulaiman94 wrote:

Originally posted by KawanKim KawanKim wrote:

maybe the one he currently using is low quality..thats why the age was pretty short..


that'd be devastating then if the workshop he went to used a low quality battery. because it can be super harmful for users
what to do..there still some people who keep take advantage on others..


Posted By: KawanKim
Date Posted: 28 May 2021 at 1:29pm
Originally posted by sulaiman94 sulaiman94 wrote:

Originally posted by sane_wanny sane_wanny wrote:

Originally posted by zimaazlan zimaazlan wrote:

Originally posted by zentuah zentuah wrote:

Today while i was driving my honda civic, i then stop while waiting the green light. As i was about to move, i then realized that my engine had died n the batt n water red light was on. This was the second time happened aft a month ago. Luckily I am able to start it again. My batt is abt 10mths old. My car aldy 5yrs old. May I seek your expert advise on what had happened? thanks


its best if u get ur battery fix, usually that's the big cause why the problem happens. so far it never happen to me yet la but my brother did and he got the batt check and all good
it seem like that but 10 months for battery considered pretty early to have such prob 


yaa i thought the same too, or else his petrol hes using now might have problem too lah bcs sometimes it can affect engines which will consume a lot of battery
so for the sake of battery to last longer, which petrol is good to take care of the engine?
 



Posted By: zimaazlan
Date Posted: 28 May 2021 at 9:58pm
Originally posted by KawanKim KawanKim wrote:

Originally posted by sulaiman94 sulaiman94 wrote:

Originally posted by KawanKim KawanKim wrote:

maybe the one he currently using is low quality..thats why the age was pretty short..


that'd be devastating then if the workshop he went to used a low quality battery. because it can be super harmful for users
what to do..there still some people who keep take advantage on others..


it can cause accident ooo. if this happens to us, just report lahh. but we also must tke care of our own car especially engines right


Posted By: sulaiman94
Date Posted: 28 May 2021 at 10:01pm
Originally posted by KawanKim KawanKim wrote:

Originally posted by sulaiman94 sulaiman94 wrote:

Originally posted by sane_wanny sane_wanny wrote:

Originally posted by zimaazlan zimaazlan wrote:

Originally posted by zentuah zentuah wrote:

Today while i was driving my honda civic, i then stop while waiting the green light. As i was about to move, i then realized that my engine had died n the batt n water red light was on. This was the second time happened aft a month ago. Luckily I am able to start it again. My batt is abt 10mths old. My car aldy 5yrs old. May I seek your expert advise on what had happened? thanks


its best if u get ur battery fix, usually that's the big cause why the problem happens. so far it never happen to me yet la but my brother did and he got the batt check and all good
it seem like that but 10 months for battery considered pretty early to have such prob 


yaa i thought the same too, or else his petrol hes using now might have problem too lah bcs sometimes it can affect engines which will consume a lot of battery
so for the sake of battery to last longer, which petrol is good to take care of the engine?
 



sometimes its depends on the how your engines adapt to the petrol u use la. but i would suggest Shell bcs it has better quality in absorbing overall and also jimat!


Posted By: zimaazlan
Date Posted: 30 May 2021 at 12:49am
Originally posted by sulaiman94 sulaiman94 wrote:

Originally posted by KawanKim KawanKim wrote:

Originally posted by sulaiman94 sulaiman94 wrote:

Originally posted by sane_wanny sane_wanny wrote:

Originally posted by zimaazlan zimaazlan wrote:

Originally posted by zentuah zentuah wrote:

Today while i was driving my honda civic, i then stop while waiting the green light. As i was about to move, i then realized that my engine had died n the batt n water red light was on. This was the second time happened aft a month ago. Luckily I am able to start it again. My batt is abt 10mths old. My car aldy 5yrs old. May I seek your expert advise on what had happened? thanks


its best if u get ur battery fix, usually that's the big cause why the problem happens. so far it never happen to me yet la but my brother did and he got the batt check and all good
it seem like that but 10 months for battery considered pretty early to have such prob 


yaa i thought the same too, or else his petrol hes using now might have problem too lah bcs sometimes it can affect engines which will consume a lot of battery
so for the sake of battery to last longer, which petrol is good to take care of the engine?
 



sometimes its depends on the how your engines adapt to the petrol u use la. but i would suggest Shell bcs it has better quality in absorbing overall and also jimat!


oh yess! i also use Shell as i kept getting extra km and i thought its because i dont really go out. but, even though i ulang alik kerja every day, i ended up pump only about 3 times


Posted By: sulaiman94
Date Posted: 30 May 2021 at 12:52am
Originally posted by zimaazlan zimaazlan wrote:

Originally posted by sulaiman94 sulaiman94 wrote:

Originally posted by KawanKim KawanKim wrote:

Originally posted by sulaiman94 sulaiman94 wrote:

Originally posted by sane_wanny sane_wanny wrote:

Originally posted by zimaazlan zimaazlan wrote:

Originally posted by zentuah zentuah wrote:

Today while i was driving my honda civic, i then stop while waiting the green light. As i was about to move, i then realized that my engine had died n the batt n water red light was on. This was the second time happened aft a month ago. Luckily I am able to start it again. My batt is abt 10mths old. My car aldy 5yrs old. May I seek your expert advise on what had happened? thanks


its best if u get ur battery fix, usually that's the big cause why the problem happens. so far it never happen to me yet la but my brother did and he got the batt check and all good
it seem like that but 10 months for battery considered pretty early to have such prob 


yaa i thought the same too, or else his petrol hes using now might have problem too lah bcs sometimes it can affect engines which will consume a lot of battery
so for the sake of battery to last longer, which petrol is good to take care of the engine?
 



sometimes its depends on the how your engines adapt to the petrol u use la. but i would suggest Shell bcs it has better quality in absorbing overall and also jimat!


oh yess! i also use Shell as i kept getting extra km and i thought its because i dont really go out. but, even though i ulang alik kerja every day, i ended up pump only about 3 times


hahaa yaa that's how i started using shell too. plus its smoother when driving no matter how long the distance are. i used to go balik kampung before covid n sometimes i dont have to pump even the ride takes about 6 hours


Posted By: sane_wanny
Date Posted: 30 May 2021 at 9:11am
Originally posted by zimaazlan zimaazlan wrote:

Originally posted by sulaiman94 sulaiman94 wrote:

Originally posted by KawanKim KawanKim wrote:

Originally posted by sulaiman94 sulaiman94 wrote:

Originally posted by sane_wanny sane_wanny wrote:

Originally posted by zimaazlan zimaazlan wrote:

Originally posted by zentuah zentuah wrote:

Today while i was driving my honda civic, i then stop while waiting the green light. As i was about to move, i then realized that my engine had died n the batt n water red light was on. This was the second time happened aft a month ago. Luckily I am able to start it again. My batt is abt 10mths old. My car aldy 5yrs old. May I seek your expert advise on what had happened? thanks

its best if u get ur battery fix, usually that's the big cause why the problem happens. so far it never happen to me yet la but my brother did and he got the batt check and all good
it seem like that but 10 months for battery considered pretty early to have such prob 

yaa i thought the same too, or else his petrol hes using now might have problem too lah bcs sometimes it can affect engines which will consume a lot of battery
so for the sake of battery to last longer, which petrol is good to take care of the engine?
 


sometimes its depends on the how your engines adapt to the petrol u use la. but i would suggest Shell bcs it has better quality in absorbing overall and also jimat!

oh yess! i also use Shell as i kept getting extra km and i thought its because i dont really go out. but, even though i ulang alik kerja every day, i ended up pump only about 3 times
that very low number la. this month i pumped 5 times already. it look very jimat la.


Posted By: sane_wanny
Date Posted: 30 May 2021 at 9:19am
Originally posted by sulaiman94 sulaiman94 wrote:

Originally posted by KawanKim KawanKim wrote:

Originally posted by sulaiman94 sulaiman94 wrote:

Originally posted by sane_wanny sane_wanny wrote:

Originally posted by zimaazlan zimaazlan wrote:

Originally posted by zentuah zentuah wrote:

Today while i was driving my honda civic, i then stop while waiting the green light. As i was about to move, i then realized that my engine had died n the batt n water red light was on. This was the second time happened aft a month ago. Luckily I am able to start it again. My batt is abt 10mths old. My car aldy 5yrs old. May I seek your expert advise on what had happened? thanks


its best if u get ur battery fix, usually that's the big cause why the problem happens. so far it never happen to me yet la but my brother did and he got the batt check and all good
it seem like that but 10 months for battery considered pretty early to have such prob 


yaa i thought the same too, or else his petrol hes using now might have problem too lah bcs sometimes it can affect engines which will consume a lot of battery
so for the sake of battery to last longer, which petrol is good to take care of the engine?
 



sometimes its depends on the how your engines adapt to the petrol u use la. but i would suggest Shell bcs it has better quality in absorbing overall and also jimat!
that what actually we need, absorbing well so that car can run smoothly all the times.


Posted By: KawanKim
Date Posted: 30 May 2021 at 10:04am
Originally posted by sulaiman94 sulaiman94 wrote:

Originally posted by KawanKim KawanKim wrote:

Originally posted by sulaiman94 sulaiman94 wrote:

Originally posted by sane_wanny sane_wanny wrote:

Originally posted by zimaazlan zimaazlan wrote:

Originally posted by zentuah zentuah wrote:

Today while i was driving my honda civic, i then stop while waiting the green light. As i was about to move, i then realized that my engine had died n the batt n water red light was on. This was the second time happened aft a month ago. Luckily I am able to start it again. My batt is abt 10mths old. My car aldy 5yrs old. May I seek your expert advise on what had happened? thanks


its best if u get ur battery fix, usually that's the big cause why the problem happens. so far it never happen to me yet la but my brother did and he got the batt check and all good
it seem like that but 10 months for battery considered pretty early to have such prob 


yaa i thought the same too, or else his petrol hes using now might have problem too lah bcs sometimes it can affect engines which will consume a lot of battery
so for the sake of battery to last longer, which petrol is good to take care of the engine?
 



sometimes its depends on the how your engines adapt to the petrol u use la. but i would suggest Shell bcs it has better quality in absorbing overall and also jimat!
oh really will take it into consideration. the engine like a heart so we must be taken care well.


Posted By: sulaiman94
Date Posted: 02 June 2021 at 11:58pm
Originally posted by sane_wanny sane_wanny wrote:

that very low number la. this month i pumped 5 times already. it look very jimat la.

If youre driving far i maybe ur car need taht much fuel... if not means u need to look what type of petrol u are using. maybe u need to start using one that can cleanse the engine too.


Posted By: sulaiman94
Date Posted: 03 June 2021 at 12:00am
Originally posted by KawanKim KawanKim wrote:

oh really will take it into consideration. the engine like a heart so we must be taken care well.

What all driver wants is cost efficiency in the long run, i dont want to spend too much in repairing my car because engine overhauling costs alot. Plus its just good to have smooth driving experience especially for long distance.



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