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Honda Jazz 1.7 Vtec Engine Specs

Specification Details
Fuel Type Petrol
Displacement 1.7 L
Valvetrain DOHC
No. of valves 16
Power Output in KW 96 KW
Torque Output 155 Nm
Bore x Stroke 81 mm x 87.3 mm
Compression Ratio 9.4:1

Honda Jazz 1.7 Vtec Engine FAQ

4 Signs That Your Engine May Need Replacement
When your car is experiencing problems with its engine, it could be due to a number of reasons. There are many signs that may indicate your engine needs replacing.

Increased Exhaust Smoke

If you notice that your car is producing more exhaust smoke, it could be one of the first signs that your engine needs to be replaced. This can be caused if there is carbon buildup on top of your pistons or it can happen due to worn out piston rings. It's important to get this checked by a qualified mechanic as soon as possible so you know what the issue with your vehicle is and how much it will cost to repair. Driving around with an excessively smoking engine for too long can cause severe damage not only to the engine but also to other parts of the engine compartment - including components like spark plugs, brake discs etc., which could result in a costly repair bill.

Knocking noises

Different types of knocking noises can be a result of different problems with your engine, but it's never a good sign if you hear knocking sounds from the engine of your car. A couple of common causes include: loose parts or components that have not been attached properly to the engine, such as the alternator bracket and flywheel bolts; broken piston rings - this is usually due to excessive wear on pistons and cylinder walls that may need replacing; worn timing belts - these are pretty vital for keeping all engines operating correctly, so any damage to them should always be repaired as quickly as possible before further damage can be done to other parts involved in the drivetrain.

Lack Of Power

A lack of power from your vehicle's engine will be a sign that there is a bigger issue at hand. This could be due to a number of different problems but the first step you need to take is finding out what these issues are by getting them checked out by an experienced mechanic.

Decrease In Gas Mileage

Finally, if you notice that your car is starting to use more gas than usual, it could mean that its engine needs replacing. The decrease in gas mileage may not be huge initially but if you continue using your vehicle under these conditions then it can lead to much larger problems down the line - increasing repair bills and even affecting other parts of your vehicle like fuel lines etc. If you catch any of these signs early enough then you should get the vehicle checked by a qualified mechanic as soon as possible to ensure that it can continue running smoothly for many years to come.


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