Daihatsu Terios Repair Manuals. Wiring Diagrams

Daihatsu Terios repair and maintenance manual, oil and filter change procedure, wiring diagrams, engine and transmission diagnostics, error codes, fuse locations. The manual can be downloaded in PDF format for free

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Daihatsu Terios: Common Problems and Solutions

The Daihatsu Terios Kid is a Japanese-made compact SUV. The first thing that catches your eye is its appearance. The body of the five-door mini-crossover is distinguished by non-standard proportions - the difference in its height and width is almost 30 cm. Thanks to this, it is fast, easily passes in narrow places and is convenient when parking.


This car brand has been known on the market since 1974. First, the all-wheel drive Daihatsu Taft was offered to the consumer, after which the Terios model. Despite the fact that the smaller modification of the Kid was designed for drivers in Japan, it is very popular in the world. This is an all-wheel drive SUV, which is offered in several models. They differ mainly in engine power: 64, 85, 104 and 105 horsepower.

Common Problems

  • Engine;
  • Suspension;
  • Radiator;
  • steering rack;
  • Power windows;
  • Thermal insulation;
  • Thresholds.

The engine works in conjunction with a five-speed manual transmission or a four-speed automatic. Switching is quite hard, which is not very convenient and in some cases annoying drivers.


In first gear, the 1.5-liter engine feels jerky, when it accelerates again, it calms down. Beginners should not tear much on this model of car. It is better to limit the speed to 50 km. The acceleration time is quite long and is almost 15 seconds for a 1.5 liter engine and 17 seconds for a 0.66 liter engine. This is important to consider when overtaking.

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