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    #1391
    Quote Originally Posted by imperialv View Post
    To be exact 9,500++ kms palang natatakbo ang kotse..

    ano findings? naayos na ba? hindi ba lemon?

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    #1392
    Is there a "fuel-water separator" installed in a Fortuner D-4D engines?

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    #1393
    Quote Originally Posted by Lone Ranger View Post
    Is there a "fuel-water separator" installed in a Fortuner D-4D engines?
    Meron, kasama na sa fuel filter housing.

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    #1394
    ^

    yep, may pang pump doon sa taas ng housing that lets you pump water out just in case water gets through.

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    #1395
    Quote Originally Posted by Retz View Post
    ^

    yep, may pang pump doon sa taas ng housing that lets you pump water out just in case water gets through.
    On the innova, as will probably be the case with the fort, the priming pump and fuel filter is in one housing assembly. The priming pump does not allow you to pump water out, it is used to "prime" the fuel system. The assembly performs some sort of separation because of the housing itself, as water is heavier than diesel fuel, it tends to settle below the fuel, you then use the drain plug to let water out, manually. Fuel water separators usually have transparent bowls that let's you visually inspect for water accumulation. In innova, detections comes automatically and you will be notified through the dashboard notification. You then open the drain plug to let water out.
    Last edited by timo07; February 14th, 2013 at 09:14 PM.

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    #1396
    Quote Originally Posted by timo07 View Post
    On the innova, as will probably be the case with the fort, the priming pump and fuel filter is in one housing assembly. The priming pump does not allow you to pump water out, it is used to "prime" the fuel system. The assembly performs some sort of separation because of the housing itself, as water is heavier than diesel fuel, it tends to settle below the fuel, you then use the drain plug to let water out, manually. Fuel water separators usually have transparent bowls that let's you visually inspect for water accumulation. In innova, detections comes automatically and you will be notified through the dashboard notification. You then open the drain plug to let water out.

    Ah okay sir, so just open the drain plug and water will come out na? no need to pump water out? yan kasi nakasulat sa instruction. I have never tried it though.

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    #1397
    Hmmm... Mukhang magkakaroon ako ng D4D hehehe... May gusto makipagswap sa VVTI ko, dagdag lang daw ako ng 100k..

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    #1398
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    same year model sir?

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    #1399
    Oo, same year and model.

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    #1400
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    D4-D won't disappount you sir. Pogi ba dahil may hoodscoop.

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