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  1. Join Date
    Sep 2005
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    #21
    Quote Originally Posted by psycho
    Thanks sa comments, ngayon ko lang nabasa yung iba.

    Kagagaling ko lang sa Toyota Otis kanina and ang bilis ng sagot nila "Kelangan ibaba ang clutch ninyo." "Sliding clutch" daw saka "Dragging" (yun yung tawag nila sa nanginginig pag release ng clutch). Parang sanay na sila sa ganung complaint. Ito ang quotation na binigay sa akin:

    Clutch disc 2,718.75
    Pressure plate 3,155.46
    Release bearing 1,158.39
    Transaxle Oil 819.28
    Rear Crankshaft -??- 1,436.57

    Labor (incl. refacing
    of flywheel) 4,235.00
    ----------
    13,523.45 + VAT = 14,875.80!!

    Any comments? Sulit ba na sa Toyota ko ipagawa?

    sir,
    based on the facts provided, i am pretty sure na clutch na ang papalitan.
    if you can afford it, go for all original. any reputable shop can do that in under a day.
    or this is what i can suggest:

    1. use asco pressure plate, it is much softer than origs
    2. use original cluth disc. it will last you longer than replacements
    3. use replacement release bearings (usually NTN or KOYO brand). toyota does not manufacture their own bearings. they let others manufacture it for them and stamp TOYOTA on it.
    4.replace your rear crankshaft oil seal even if it does not have a leak since you will be paying the same labor even if you do not replace it. it will save you on another labor charge in case it leaks before you change your clutch again in the future. go for originals.
    5. replace gear oil if you think its due for replacement
    6. shops usually charge under 2th for the labor of clutch replacement
    7. reface flywheel
    8. expect hidden damages such as drive shaft oil seal, rear engine support, transmission support, etc.

    i hope this helps....

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    #22
    No Offense sa iyo Psycho! pero baka naman clutch driver ka? or ung dating may ari ng auto....
    anyweiz if ur planning to have it fix i suggest na ang last option mo para ipagawa ay sa kasa. mabubutas ang bulsa mo dun hehehe......
    kay speedyfix ka na lang...

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    #23
    Quote Originally Posted by Betz
    No Offense sa iyo Psycho! pero baka naman clutch driver ka? or ung dating may ari ng auto....
    anyweiz if ur planning to have it fix i suggest na ang last option mo para ipagawa ay sa kasa. mabubutas ang bulsa mo dun hehehe......
    kay speedyfix ka na lang...
    uy hindi ako clutch driver ha. yung sentra ko, 1995 ko pa ginagamit, ako lagi nagda-drive, di pa nasisira ang clutch ever. saka yung corolla na yon, 1 week pa lang sakin. malamang yung unang may ari.

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    #24
    to everyone na sumagot, thanks!!!

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    #25
    Quote Originally Posted by psycho
    uy hindi ako clutch driver ha. yung sentra ko, 1995 ko pa ginagamit, ako lagi nagda-drive, di pa nasisira ang clutch ever. saka yung corolla na yon, 1 week pa lang sakin. malamang yung unang may ari.
    di pa na replace until now? wow.. yung past owner clutch driver nga.. ganun talaga kapag 1.3 lng gusto mag half clutch.. tsk tsk. Good luck!

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shuddering problem, pls help