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Re: Hello from Singapore

Post by Mr Mama on Wed Jan 13, 2010 9:15 am

Yes....Mianmian......u can contact Hitrun anytime y wish too...heheheh...he master in installation LED light....... Very Happy

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Re: Hello from Singapore

Post by systemx on Thu Jan 27, 2011 1:57 am

Hi all, I am also a new owner of a CE in Singapore. Same problems as you all but more importantly I have water vapor in 1 headlight and aircon seems to have only 2 temperature settings... Warm or extremely cold. Even setting Auto and 26.5 degrees does not seem to work. I really hope to get your advise and any recommendations in JB to fix these problems. Sorry my bahasa fail, so I can only respond in English.

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Re: Hello from Singapore

Post by awali on Thu Jan 27, 2011 3:06 am

welcome bro systemx. Pls update your info at this link http://cheryeastarclub.forumotion.com/chery-eastar-database-f3/cec-singapore-t126.htm#15932 so that bro hitrun1534 can call you..

Problem #1 is a known problem as it happen to me also actually both my headlamp. What SC do is they will make a small hole at the headlamp. So that the hot air not trap inside thus happen during raining only right.

Problem # 2 it is adviseable to set the aircon to manual mode. First you press AUTO to ON the aircon then press MODE until the AUTO sign disappear. 2nd you press until you get the circle sign that means the air only circulate in the car only. 3rd turn the tempreture to either 25 or 26 Celciues to get coller air then press the up/down button on the right corner of the panel aircon to move the panel bar to control the air blowing from slow to fast. Normally I set it to 2 bar. Also pls disable the WIN sign if it appeared on the dashboard screen as thus will take up your fuel consumption. You can locate a small round button near the gear knob on top left that looks like coller aircon sign when press the button have 2 colour amber & blue. So leave it on blue light thus will make the WIN disappear from the screen.

Can you somehow can read the bahasa and also understand what we all wrote especially those short form..

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Re: Hello from Singapore

Post by Bravotengo on Thu Jan 27, 2011 8:14 am

WELCOME TO CEC
BRO SYSTEMX

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Re: Hello from Singapore

Post by systemx on Thu Jan 27, 2011 12:40 pm

Thanks for the warm welcome everyone.

The problem with the agent here in Singapore is that they are very lousy. Even for warranty issues they claim only engine and transmission has 3 years warranty and everything else 1 year. All these problems I need to rectify on my own cost now because the car is 2 years old. Hopefully for the headlights issue I can DIY fix it. Anyone tried this before?

Yes I can understand just a little bit of bahasa and read it but I probably can speak more than I can read/write.

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Re: Hello from Singapore

Post by Mr Mama on Thu Jan 27, 2011 1:53 pm

systemx wrote:Thanks for the warm welcome everyone.

The problem with the agent here in Singapore is that they are very lousy. Even for warranty issues they claim only engine and transmission has 3 years warranty and everything else 1 year. All these problems I need to rectify on my own cost now because the car is 2 years old. Hopefully for the headlights issue I can DIY fix it. Anyone tried this before?

Yes I can understand just a little bit of bahasa and read it but I probably can speak more than I can read/write.

HI........... THE VAPOUR AT UR HEAD LIGHT DUE TO THE AIR INLET NOT BEEN OPEN.......

I LIKE TO KNOW....U HANING THE 2.4L OR 2.OL..........
IF U WISH TO CALL ME ...AT THIS NO ..0192625856....OR U CAN ALSO GET ADVISE FROM HAMDAN/HITRUN...

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Re: Hello from Singapore

Post by systemx on Thu Jan 27, 2011 1:57 pm

I'm driving the 2.4l variant. Air inlet is the one letting outside air to our air con ducts?

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Re: Hello from Singapore

Post by Mr Mama on Thu Jan 27, 2011 1:59 pm

systemx wrote:I'm driving the 2.4l variant. Air inlet is the one letting outside air to our air con ducts?

AT UR HEAD LIGHT U CAN SEE THERE IS A KNOB RUBBER COVER........ U MAKE A HOLE TO MAKE THE HEAT AIR FLOW OUT.....

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Re: Hello from Singapore

Post by systemx on Thu Jan 27, 2011 7:07 pm

Mr Mama wrote:
systemx wrote:I'm driving the 2.4l variant. Air inlet is the one letting outside air to our air con ducts?

AT UR HEAD LIGHT U CAN SEE THERE IS A KNOB RUBBER COVER........ U MAKE A HOLE TO MAKE THE HEAT AIR FLOW OUT.....

Thanks, I looked at it but cannot see any knob rubber cover. Where on the headlights is it located? I was thinking of just taking the headlights out and see if I can remove the glass cover and clean up the water vapour. Is this easy to do?

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Re: Hello from Singapore

Post by Mr Mama on Fri Jan 28, 2011 10:02 am

systemx wrote:
Mr Mama wrote:
systemx wrote:I'm driving the 2.4l variant. Air inlet is the one letting outside air to our air con ducts?

AT UR HEAD LIGHT U CAN SEE THERE IS A KNOB RUBBER COVER........ U MAKE A HOLE TO MAKE THE HEAT AIR FLOW OUT.....

Thanks, I looked at it but cannot see any knob rubber cover. Where on the headlights is it located? I was thinking of just taking the headlights out and see if I can remove the glass cover and clean up the water vapour. Is this easy to do?


BETTER NOT............ U CAN ASK HAMDAN ABOUT IT....

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Re: Hello from Singapore

Post by systemx on Sun Jan 30, 2011 2:54 am

Ok, thanks Mr. Mama. I will check with Hamdan.

I have more problems to report. Recently I found out my radiator fan faulty and Vertex the Chery agent in Singapore wanted to charge me $4xx to replace. Of cos I did not do it with them and got it replaced by another mechanic for cheaper. However after that the radiator hose started leaking at the clamp to the radiator. I brought it back to the mechanic and he put some sealant and then tested the leak stopped. Now after a week, the leak is back. I am guessing that the leak is due maybe to a small crack in the radiator hose. However I also have a feeling that the engine mounting might need replacing and the additional vibration is causing the radiator hose leak too.

Next week most mechanics in Singapore are closed for the Chinese New Year. Anyone can recommend a mechanic in JB that is familiar with our cars that I can send to? Also how much will replacing the engine mount cost?

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Re: Hello from Singapore

Post by Mr Mama on Sun Jan 30, 2011 8:45 pm

systemx wrote:Ok, thanks Mr. Mama. I will check with Hamdan.

I have more problems to report. Recently I found out my radiator fan faulty and Vertex the Chery agent in Singapore wanted to charge me $4xx to replace. Of cos I did not do it with them and got it replaced by another mechanic for cheaper. However after that the radiator hose started leaking at the clamp to the radiator. I brought it back to the mechanic and he put some sealant and then tested the leak stopped. Now after a week, the leak is back. I am guessing that the leak is due maybe to a small crack in the radiator hose. However I also have a feeling that the engine mounting might need replacing and the additional vibration is causing the radiator hose leak too.

Next week most mechanics in Singapore are closed for the Chinese New Year. Anyone can recommend a mechanic in JB that is familiar with our cars that I can send to? Also how much will replacing the engine mount cost?


I SUGGEST THAT U CHANGE THE RADIATOR HOSE....MAY BE IT NOT FIT ENOUGH WITH UR NEW RADIATOR THAT U CHANGE...

ABOUT THE MOUNTING IF NOT MISTAKEN IT COST RM120-+.........

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Re: Hello from Singapore

Post by systemx on Mon Jan 31, 2011 9:20 am

Mr Mama wrote:
systemx wrote:Ok, thanks Mr. Mama. I will check with Hamdan.

I have more problems to report. Recently I found out my radiator fan faulty and Vertex the Chery agent in Singapore wanted to charge me $4xx to replace. Of cos I did not do it with them and got it replaced by another mechanic for cheaper. However after that the radiator hose started leaking at the clamp to the radiator. I brought it back to the mechanic and he put some sealant and then tested the leak stopped. Now after a week, the leak is back. I am guessing that the leak is due maybe to a small crack in the radiator hose. However I also have a feeling that the engine mounting might need replacing and the additional vibration is causing the radiator hose leak too.

Next week most mechanics in Singapore are closed for the Chinese New Year. Anyone can recommend a mechanic in JB that is familiar with our cars that I can send to? Also how much will replacing the engine mount cost?


I SUGGEST THAT U CHANGE THE RADIATOR HOSE....MAY BE IT NOT FIT ENOUGH WITH UR NEW RADIATOR THAT U CHANGE...

ABOUT THE MOUNTING IF NOT MISTAKEN IT COST RM120-+.........

Thank you sir. It's a new radiator fan I changed, not the whole radiator.

Anyway, just to update, I decided to try to fix it myself, so I loosen the clamp, put silicon around and closed back the hose and re-tighten the clamp. This fixed the leak, however I forgot to close the cover for the radiator water tank tight (I loosen it to reduce the pressure of the water in the radiator), then this morning driving to work I saw smoke come out from the side of my bonnet. I was expecting the worse because I thought the entire hose burst or something.... pulled to the side and found that the cap had come off, and lucky for me the cap fell into the side and got caught in a recess instead of falling out of the car which would have been terrible.

I was very impressed by our engine because by the time I saw smoke, the car had been travelling for about 1 hour, and caught in a traffic jam in the tunnel with temperatures of approx 38.5 degrees. Most other cars would have been totally drained of radiator water but this one still had water inside, although I had to fill up about 1 litre of water.

I will monitor and probably do the mounting in JB when I get the chance.

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Re: Hello from Singapore

Post by Mr Mama on Wed Feb 02, 2011 12:49 am

WELL........ THAT WHY WE MUST BE FRE TO OPEN THE BONET N CHECK WHAT NOT ENOUGH.... TO MAKE SURE OUR JOURNEY SMOOTH......

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Re: Hello from Singapore

Post by systemx on Thu Feb 10, 2011 3:06 pm

I spoke with Bro Hitnrun and he was very helpful. I managed to get the water vapor out of the headlights by removing the cover for changing the lightbulb and leave it overnight. Then I use silicon to seal the gap on the top of the headlight. Now I have less water vapor only coming from the bottom gap, so when I have the time, I will use silicon to cover.... but must remove the whole headlight to do it... need time. But I feel good DIY, reminds me of the old days when I was driving carburetor car, I used to work on the engine and dismantle the carburetor to clean it. Now I can only do that with my motorbike... but still I like to DIY once in a while.... helps me bond with my car.

I might be driving down to KL end of Feb for a few days. Anyone can recommend any shop in KL that can do the engine mount replacement and fix other Chery parts?

Cheers!

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Re: Hello from Singapore

Post by Gangster on Sat Feb 19, 2011 4:41 am

A LOT OF CEO AT KL... JUST GIVE THEM A CALL... DON'T WORRY SOMEONE WILL ACCOMPANY U BRO... ALSO U CAN GIVE A CALL TO OUR MR PRES @ MR MAMA IF U DRIVING DOWN TO KL DURING WEEKEND COZ HE ALSO WILL BE AT KL DURING THAT TIME K.. GOOD LUCK BRO...


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Re: Hello from Singapore

Post by RIE on Sat Feb 19, 2011 7:45 am

CEC had plan to have a TT at JB tentatively on 12-14 March. Just call Mr P to confirm then may be we can meet at JB. So that we can discuss and share our experiences with CE. That is my opinion. If you had a plan to come down to KL or Pahang/Kuantan, just make a call to our President.....

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Re: Hello from Singapore

Post by Gangster on Sun Feb 20, 2011 1:23 am

CALL DO NOT TAK CALL... KIKIKIKI...

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Re: Hello from Singapore

Post by RIE on Sun Feb 20, 2011 6:42 am

Gangster wrote:CALL DO NOT TAK CALL... KIKIKIKI...

He,he,he...Bro Gangster, u got 1 point here..SmileSmile
And Bro Systemx, you also can cal Bro gangster if you come down to Kuantan and would like to have a fishing trip....
It is right Bro Gangster...SmileSmileSmile

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Re: Hello from Singapore

Post by Gangster on Mon Feb 21, 2011 1:48 am

OF COURSE........... U LIKE I LIKE TOOO...

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Re: Hello from Singapore

Post by RIE on Mon Feb 21, 2011 3:27 pm

Gangster wrote:OF COURSE........... U LIKE I LIKE TOOO...
Another 1 point here Bro Gangster..... I like....SmileSmile

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Re: Hello from Singapore

Post by cheawie292 on Mon Feb 21, 2011 4:26 pm

Gomol jgn tak gomol..skli-2 ckp org puteh nie sdapgak..terbelit lidah bro genster...kkkkk Smile

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Re: Hello from Singapore

Post by RIE on Mon Feb 21, 2011 6:28 pm

cheawie292 wrote:Gomol jgn tak gomol..skli-2 ckp org puteh nie sdapgak..terbelit lidah bro genster...kkkkk Smile
Bro Gangster selalu kecek omputih...Org selalu g obersea tue....

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Re: Hello from Singapore

Post by Gangster on Tue Feb 22, 2011 12:24 am

OVER RIVER PUN YER JUGOK...

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Re: Hello from Singapore

Post by systemx on Wed Feb 23, 2011 11:28 am

Bros, anyone have problem with their AC too cold? I set to 32 deg cel but still very cold. Any way to fix?

Also the aircon vent at the back does not blow out any air. Something wrong?

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