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  1. Join Date
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    #871
    * Sirs Benz, XTO, Gerbo

    Hi Mga Sirs,

    Update ko lang kau with regard to my questions earlier this week. Kwento ko na lang what happened I hope makatulong sa iba.
    I tried inquiring sa nirefer ni sir XTO sa banawe with regard to the electrical of my ride. But I got no response since siguro nag text ako madaling araw.

    It turned out that night on my way to the office I noticed that my headlights were dead, only the dim lights and the fog lights were on. It was raining that night and luckily I was able to go to work with no hassle, from novaliches to makati. I asked some of my colleagues where to and if they knew any car electrician, One said that he has one in paranaque but it is way out of my way. So then he suggested Auto central in Cubao. Since dadaanan ko talaga un pauwi, I checked it out.

    Found out that the prev owner upgraded to a Blue HALLOGEN bulbs, and they did not install the relay and the Headlight fuse that I just replaced got busted again. I was informed that the Conversion (installation of the headlight relay) would cost me 1200 bucks, I had no other option but to take it since I need to use the truck the next day. The electrician said he would have to dismantle the dashboard since he need to configure the switch if not, the bulbs might get shot eventually. So I watched him dismantle it and had him do his thing (marunong na ako mag kalas ng dashboard ko hehe)

    Then I examined the Gauge Cluster then I found out that other led options were actually blanks.

    Leds that has Peanut bulbs:
    1. Signal lights
    2. Check Transmission
    3. Oil (My isa pa kaso di ko alam ung tawag…)
    4. Hand Brake
    5. High Light indicator (Headlight)

    Leds that doesn’t have peanut bulbs
    1. Low Fuel
    2. Automatic Transmission Gears (A/T po ung XTO ko)
    3. Check Engine
    4. Heater
    5. Open door indicator wala talaga na option.


    Then I asked them why, my Isuzu Xwind XTO don’t have peanut bulbs on the, Low fuel indicator and the Open door warning (parang wala nga tong option na to kahit sa mga slots for bulbs) plus sa A/T leds.
    Ang sabi sakin wala daw talaga ung mga connections na un. Pwede daw lagyan kaso matrabaho.

    Ta sung sa A/T na leds wala talaga cable na naka abang, baka daw sa Isuzu na daw talaga ipapakabit. Tas ung sa pintuan ung Ilaw lang daw talaga sa ceiling ung indicator para madetect na my bukas na pinto. Parang nalunkot lang ako ng onti since ung mga indicator na importante pa ung wala.

    Ung sa A/C evaporator sa likod tinuro na din sakin kung paano babaklasin. O-ring type lang pala ung connection and it can be dismantled sa ilalim. So since Weekend naman ngaun ako na ang dadale ng ac ko. Kung successful pwede na din kami ang magservice ng mga ACs nyo. Un lang dadalhin nyo sa shop namin sa bahay (Nova) hehe.

    End result:
    Ung Blue halogen Headlights sobra na liwanag nagging Super white, pinalitan ko na din ung Dim bulbs ko sa white LEDs it cost me 250 sa kanila. No time to canvass na inaantok na ako and my shift pa ako kinagabihan. Tas ung AC Switches light un talagang busted na ung bulb. So pinalitan na din. Nagastos ko lahat lahat 1500 sabi sakin ng katropa ko mura na daw un. Pero parang namamahalan talaga ako. Magpapaconvert an din daw tropa ko since nabanggit ko sa kanya

    We compared kung gaano kaliwanag ung headlight ko ngaun. We compared it sa Xenon HID nung tropa ko oto nya is 2007 Vios
    Halos parehas na lang ang lakas. Meron ka mapapansin pero sobrang slight. Advice din sakin ung sa Fog lamp ko wag ko na daw pabago sa super white kasi di daw advisable since it bounces daw on asphalt.

    Ung isa kop ala fog light my reservoir ng tubig sa loob di ko tuloy magamit kasi baka mag short. Nag uulan kasi eh. Magkano kaya palinis un. Pwede kaya na ako na lang din dadale noon?

    Maraming salamat pos a tulong ninyong lahat!

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    #872
    hi mga sirs....
    i have a XUVi A/T 2003
    tanong ko lang kung what is the ideal idle rpm
    dahil sa akin nasa almost 1k rpm sya with A/C..
    kung di pa naka on ang A/C mga 0.8K rpm

    tama lang ba yan mga sirs?
    thanks in advance......

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    #873
    Quote Originally Posted by TCV915 View Post
    hi mga sirs....
    i have a XUVi A/T 2003
    tanong ko lang kung what is the ideal idle rpm
    dahil sa akin nasa almost 1k rpm sya with A/C..
    kung di pa naka on ang A/C mga 0.8K rpm

    tama lang ba yan mga sirs?
    thanks in advance......
    750rpm during idle, correct me if I'm wrong mga master's.

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    #874
    Quote Originally Posted by TCV915 View Post
    hi mga sirs....
    i have a XUVi A/T 2003
    tanong ko lang kung what is the ideal idle rpm
    dahil sa akin nasa almost 1k rpm sya with A/C..
    kung di pa naka on ang A/C mga 0.8K rpm

    tama lang ba yan mga sirs?
    thanks in advance......
    Both at IDLE:
    Without aircon: 750rpm (+/-50)
    With aircon: 800rpm

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    #875
    Quote Originally Posted by Benzmizer View Post
    Both at IDLE:
    Without aircon: 750rpm (+/-50)
    With aircon: 800rpm

    ok mga sirs....thanks for the help...
    ipapa-adjust ko nalang to...

    maraming salamat po! cheers sa lahat!

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    #876
    Hello Ulit Mga Sirs,

    Update ko lang po kayo,

    Success ung pag linis ko ng AC ng xwind ko.
    Sobra dumi na pala ng evaporator sa harap.and somehow nagyeyelo na cya. but ung sa likod tolerable pa ung dumi wala pa talaga dust build up since private naman. di mashado gamit ung sa likod.

    Panis... hehe
    Ang mahirap lang is kung malaki mga braso mo and kulang ang size ng open wrench mo na available kapag babaklasin mo na ung mga tubo sa hood.
    Un kasi ang nangyari sakin, I had to use one adjustable wrench with one open wrench para lang luwagan ung mga connections ng tube sa napakasikip na allowance, so kelangan talaga maliit lang ang braso mo hehe. And pag babalik mo na alignment lang
    ng drainage sa harap.
    Other than that wala naman issues na akong na encounter.

    End Result:
    Ung buga ng hangin na dati na number 4, ngaun number 1 na lang. pag number 4 naman aabo sa mga naka upo sa pinaka likod. hehe. sa lamig naman steady lang. I loaded optimal freon pressure for now since malamig naman panahon. pag uminit onting adjustment na lang or dagdag sa pressure. un lang po...

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    #877
    Quote Originally Posted by butirog View Post
    Hello Ulit Mga Sirs,

    Update ko lang po kayo,

    Success ung pag linis ko ng AC ng xwind ko.
    Sobra dumi na pala ng evaporator sa harap.and somehow nagyeyelo na cya. but ung sa likod tolerable pa ung dumi wala pa talaga dust build up since private naman. di mashado gamit ung sa likod.

    Panis... hehe
    Ang mahirap lang is kung malaki mga braso mo and kulang ang size ng open wrench mo na available kapag babaklasin mo na ung mga tubo sa hood.
    Un kasi ang nangyari sakin, I had to use one adjustable wrench with one open wrench para lang luwagan ung mga connections ng tube sa napakasikip na allowance, so kelangan talaga maliit lang ang braso mo hehe. And pag babalik mo na alignment lang
    ng drainage sa harap.
    Other than that wala naman issues na akong na encounter.

    End Result:
    Ung buga ng hangin na dati na number 4, ngaun number 1 na lang. pag number 4 naman aabo sa mga naka upo sa pinaka likod. hehe. sa lamig naman steady lang. I loaded optimal freon pressure for now since malamig naman panahon. pag uminit onting adjustment na lang or dagdag sa pressure. un lang po...
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    #878
    Hi!
    Good day to all of the guys here.
    I hope you can still remember me.
    The first time I post my inquiry in this forum, I was gearing to buy an xti. After studying the contents of this forum, I think I should go with the xto. As Benzmiser say, the buyer should return the condition of the unit to "0". So, if I spend 600k on xti or xuv, I think I should go with the xto at 400k so I can use the excess on returning it to "0". But until now I haven't found a unit that's fit for my budget. Those buy and sell dealers are so fast on buying the unit with a 400k+ mark. Or should I say, mabagal lang ako. Tomorrow I'll be inspecting an xto. I'm backtracking on the tips of you guys on what to check on buying a used car. Hey Benz, thanks for the effort on finding one for me. Sana makakuha na ako before end of the month. Hehehe, its my birthday on 10/01 and its a gift for myself.

    Regards to everybody!

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    #879
    Quote Originally Posted by joey roo View Post
    Hi!
    Good day to all of the guys here.
    I hope you can still remember me.
    The first time I post my inquiry in this forum, I was gearing to buy an xti. After studying the contents of this forum, I think I should go with the xto. As Benzmiser say, the buyer should return the condition of the unit to "0". So, if I spend 600k on xti or xuv, I think I should go with the xto at 400k so I can use the excess on returning it to "0". But until now I haven't found a unit that's fit for my budget. Those buy and sell dealers are so fast on buying the unit with a 400k+ mark. Or should I say, mabagal lang ako. Tomorrow I'll be inspecting an xto. I'm backtracking on the tips of you guys on what to check on buying a used car. Hey Benz, thanks for the effort on finding one for me. Sana makakuha na ako before end of the month. Hehehe, its my birthday on 10/01 and its a gift for myself.

    Regards to everybody!
    Hi Joey. Let me check one unit I saw for sale. But i believe it's an '01 or '02 XT made to look like an XTO. I'll let you know ASAP how much it's being marketed.

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    #880
    good day sirs! i urgently need your expert's advice regarding my XTO's tires. what is the "stock" tire size of an XTO? i currently have a 205/65 r15 on my XTO and i'm planning to "heighten" it up a little bit by putting 205/70 r15 on it.
    -sirs, do i need any adjustments like in the torsion bar to be able to mount my ride on 205/70's? or any needed modifications?
    -will the performance of my XTO change, if not drastically?
    -or would you suggest that i just stick with the tire size that i have right now (205/65)?

    salamat po sa mga sagot!

    btw sirs, does anybody here used or is currently using "wanli" tires? the store owner's insists that i try them coz i saw a couple of customers buying them coz they say they're durable and they're almost dirt cheap, selling for only 2200php each! may tawad pa if you get 4!
    i need your feedbacks on this "china" tires.

    salamat po ulit ng marami! and more power to crosswind users!

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