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    #4271
    Quote Originally Posted by TheUninvited View Post
    Honda SPA diagnosed mine, on the spot. Pinapabalik lang ako kapag approved na extended warranty claim and andun na yung part. Recommended na din nila isabay linis ng aircon.

    Not sure if I heard it right, but sabi ng SA, 6 digits daw yung compressor, wtf? I will verify once may papers na.
    my 1.08 pesos' worth,
    if the problem is a standard part only and not honda-specific, and the extended warranty isn't going to cover the repair, i'd probably bring it elsewhere.

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    #4272
    i just had my entire compressor (innova's) replaced at banawe.
    the unit cost me 13.5K, and it took about two hours of downtime, including the testing and diagnosis, and the requisite "tawaran".

    for comparison.
    Last edited by dr. d; June 19th, 2022 at 08:07 PM.

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    #4273
    Quote Originally Posted by Vann-O View Post
    Be watchful of your comments, Sir. You're in a Civic forum where most members probably own one tapos lalaitin mo ng "easy open spam". Tutal mukhang personal mo naman kakilala si "carwhacko", DM mo na lang.

    Just saying....

    ngayon ako makakapagreply sa post mo last April 13th, 2022 09:13 AM.

    nagsasabi ako ng totoo. Ito sa facebook pakitaan kita nagviral pa. Inihantulad sa stapler my gawd hahahah


    Girls Luv Cars

    I knew I recognised it!

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    Pero all time worst rearlight eh montero 4N15.. Imagine pwedeng maging official car philippine orthopedic hospital saklay lights.





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    #4274
    Quote Originally Posted by kagalingan View Post
    ngayon ako makakapagreply sa post mo last April 13th, 2022 09:13 AM.

    nagsasabi ako ng totoo. Ito sa facebook pakitaan kita nagviral pa. Inihantulad sa stapler my gawd hahahah


    Girls Luv Cars

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    Pero all time worst rearlight eh montero 4N15.. Imagine pwedeng maging official car philippine orthopedic hospital saklay lights.
    And you came back for more TROLLINGS & even proud of it. Ok na ako boss naka-get over na ako sau

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    #4275
    Quote Originally Posted by kagalingan View Post


    Pero all time worst rearlight eh montero 4N15.. Imagine pwedeng maging official car philippine orthopedic hospital saklay lights.




    it may look saklay in the daytime,
    but no one will question its attention-getting visibility at night,
    where it counts.

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    #4276
    While I was having all my tires replaced, I noticed that one of the rear shock absorbers has oil leaking and presumably needs replacement. I checked with the nearby casa and they told me it would cost around 19k for parts and labor. I checked for aftermarket shock absorbers and found KYB Excel G online which costs only 3,620 each. Has anyone tried KYB's before? How is it compared with the OEM part? Also, are there other brands to check? I would prefer comfort over handling performance since this is my daily drive.

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    #4277
    Quote Originally Posted by mahayag View Post
    While I was having all my tires replaced, I noticed that one of the rear shock absorbers has oil leaking and presumably needs replacement. I checked with the nearby casa and they told me it would cost around 19k for parts and labor. I checked for aftermarket shock absorbers and found KYB Excel G online which costs only 3,620 each. Has anyone tried KYB's before? How is it compared with the OEM part? Also, are there other brands to check? I would prefer comfort over handling performance since this is my daily drive.
    KYB is the norm brand sa cheap replacement shocks. Try to inquire sa Honda if how much kapag yung part lang.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mahayag View Post
    While I was having all my tires replaced, I noticed that one of the rear shock absorbers has oil leaking and presumably needs replacement. I checked with the nearby casa and they told me it would cost around 19k for parts and labor. I checked for aftermarket shock absorbers and found KYB Excel G online which costs only 3,620 each. Has anyone tried KYB's before? How is it compared with the OEM part? Also, are there other brands to check? I would prefer comfort over handling performance since this is my daily drive.
    in my non-honda, some years ago,
    they charged me less than 2K each in banawe, for a generic black-colored rear shock.
    but after over 5 years, it's still fine.

    oops!
    googling the image,
    mukhang hindi yan generic.
    sorry.
    wrong price, most probably.
    Last edited by dr. d; August 16th, 2022 at 11:24 PM.

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    #4279
    Quote Originally Posted by mahayag View Post
    While I was having all my tires replaced, I noticed that one of the rear shock absorbers has oil leaking and presumably needs replacement. I checked with the nearby casa and they told me it would cost around 19k for parts and labor. I checked for aftermarket shock absorbers and found KYB Excel G online which costs only 3,620 each. Has anyone tried KYB's before? How is it compared with the OEM part? Also, are there other brands to check? I would prefer comfort over handling performance since this is my daily drive.
    I had it mine replaced both rear with KYB Excel G * P3.6k each last April lang. 1st replacement after 4years * 70k kms. No significant differences between OEM naman.

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