I was so focused with work that all I had for breakfast and lunch was these pastelles mints..
On top of that my car is still not fixed fully, the guy above is the head mechanic working on my car. The guy who use to work on my car, quit to open his own shop. Anyways the car is still not working 100% yet. Tomorrow after work will I check the aircond system and to get the replacement radiator water level sensor.
These are what was replaced and repaired through out the week I rempit to UPM
The total cost..yes I know its high, but the fuel pump control unit eats up the most budget. A new one would cost us RM 2700. This device tells the engine how much fuel to squirt at a given time. All electronic fuel injection (EFI) cars have this device in one form or another. However most kancils, iswaras and other really old car don't have to worry about this problem because your car uses a carburetor, which is just strictly mechanical.