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  1. Join Date
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    #1591
    Quote Originally Posted by Skylar View Post
    Mga sir.. Ask ko lang po kung ilan motor oil ang ginagamit sa change oil ng innova 2.5? Tapos yung sa dashboard continues light yung sa fuel pero full tank and nagpalit naako ng fuel filter ganun parin hnd maalis..anong kelangang gawin..salamat
    Nawala na ba yung fuel filter light? Ganyan din ang problem ko, nung umilaw nagpalit din ako ng fuel filter pero naka ilaw pa rin ang fuel filter warning light.

    Thanks.

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    #1592
    Quote Originally Posted by C24 View Post
    Nawala na ba yung fuel filter light? Ganyan din ang problem ko, nung umilaw nagpalit din ako ng fuel filter pero naka ilaw pa rin ang fuel filter warning light.

    Thanks.
    Sirs,

    This can be removed by some Toyota casa and can be done DIY...

    Just to share, here are the steps:
    1. Remove / disconnect warning switch connector of fuel filter.
    2. Turn ignition switch to "ON" position - never start.
    3. After turning the ignition switch ON, connect the warning switch connector within 3 to 60 seconds.
    4. Check that the combination meters filter warning lamp turns off.
    5. In case the "Filter Lamp" does not turn off, try to remove first Negative terminal of battery for at least 1 minute and return, then perform items 1 - 4...

    Hope this helps .... Tried and tested on our Fortuner and Innova...HTH

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    #1593
    Quote Originally Posted by chitobarba1972 View Post
    Sirs,

    This can be removed by some Toyota casa and can be done DIY...

    Just to share, here are the steps:
    1. Remove / disconnect warning switch connector of fuel filter.
    2. Turn ignition switch to "ON" position - never start.
    3. After turning the ignition switch ON, connect the warning switch connector within 3 to 60 seconds.
    4. Check that the combination meters filter warning lamp turns off.
    5. In case the "Filter Lamp" does not turn off, try to remove first Negative terminal of battery for at least 1 minute and return, then perform items 1 - 4...

    Hope this helps .... Tried and tested on our Fortuner and Innova...HTH
    I found the same procedure on how to turn off the warning a few days after I posted, it worked.

    Thanks.

  4. Join Date
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    #1594
    Quote Originally Posted by chitobarba1972 View Post
    Sirs,

    This can be removed by some Toyota casa and can be done DIY...

    Just to share, here are the steps:
    1. Remove / disconnect warning switch connector of fuel filter.
    2. Turn ignition switch to "ON" position - never start.
    3. After turning the ignition switch ON, connect the warning switch connector within 3 to 60 seconds.
    4. Check that the combination meters filter warning lamp turns off.
    5. In case the "Filter Lamp" does not turn off, try to remove first Negative terminal of battery for at least 1 minute and return, then perform items 1 - 4...

    Hope this helps .... Tried and tested on our Fortuner and Innova...HTH
    I found the same procedure on how to turn off the warning a few days after I posted, it worked.

    Thanks.

  5. Join Date
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    #1595
    Yeah wear and tear lagi ang dahilan ng Toyota kaya di covered.

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    #1596
    Quote Originally Posted by gamarang View Post
    Yeah wear and tear lagi ang dahilan ng Toyota kaya di covered.
    errr... which one?
    some are truly wear and tear..
    others can be argued..

    and it's not only toyota.

    heh heh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gamarang View Post
    Yeah wear and tear lagi ang dahilan ng Toyota kaya di covered.
    errr... which one?
    some are truly wear and tear..
    others can be argued..

    and it's not only toyota.

    heh heh.

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    #1597
    Quote Originally Posted by ptk675 View Post
    been maintaining my innova sa casa mainly to avoid issues with voiding warranty but since its almost 3 years old, the warranty will expire already so I plan to DIY many of the common jobs like oil/filter/fluid changes. where do you suggest buying parts (filters for example) and should I stick with toyota branded or do you recommend other brands? TIA

    sorry naligaw, kala ko nasa innova thread ako
    Buy your parts from casa especially if it is something that is very important like fuel filter or something that you seldom change.

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    #1598
    Quote Originally Posted by ptk675 View Post
    been maintaining my innova sa casa mainly to avoid issues with voiding warranty but since its almost 3 years old, the warranty will expire already so I plan to DIY many of the common jobs like oil/filter/fluid changes. where do you suggest buying parts (filters for example) and should I stick with toyota branded or do you recommend other brands? TIA

    sorry naligaw, kala ko nasa innova thread ako
    i celebrated the end of my innova's 3 year warranty, by having its oil change in the neighborhood gas station, hecho derecho. i use whatever is in their shelves.
    i've been doing this for 7 years now. and the vehicle still runs good.

  9. Join Date
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    #1599
    Mga sir, is the 2015 innova still a good buy? Has the d4d engine been perfected at this stage? coz i believe the new model with new engine will be launched by 1st qrtr next year. Thanks

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    #1600
    Quote Originally Posted by Sethdaniel View Post
    Mga sir, is the 2015 innova still a good buy? Has the d4d engine been perfected at this stage? coz i believe the new model with new engine will be launched by 1st qrtr next year. Thanks
    Perfect na. Good buy pa rin ang innova. Yun lang, next year mukhang luma na innova mo kasi may bago na

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