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    #2611
    How much did you 40k PMS cost? Toyota Pasig quoted me P20k!!! (P19.880K to be exact)

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    #2612
    Cath, your 10th gen is out of warranty. It's really better to have it done outside the casa. Speedyfix only charges 200 pesos for labor for change oil. The guys there know what they're doing.

    I spent less than 10k to change all the fluids and filters of my Mazda 3. I bought the filters and spark plugs in Banawe, supplied my own oil, then had it done in Speedyfix.


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    #2613
    I can just tell speedyfix to do a 40k PMS on my car? I don't know what needs to be done on the 40k PMS kasi.

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    #2614
    Quote Originally Posted by _Cathy_ View Post
    I can just tell speedyfix to do a 40k PMS on my car? I don't know what needs to be done on the 40k PMS kasi.

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    Yes. It's written in your manual. 40k and 80k are expensive because you change all your fluids.


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    #2615
    Alternatively, you can give me your car, I'll have the PMS done and everything else checked. Then I'll just charge you. Toyota Corolla 10th Generation Altis Owners [continued]

    Less than casa, promise. Toyota Corolla 10th Generation Altis Owners [continued]


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    #2616
    Ha ha ha! I can't afford your service Speedyfix is the shop near Xavier ba? I bought liquimoly FS and baldwin oil filter nga. I can't use it in the casa

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    #2617
    Quote Originally Posted by vur18 View Post
    hi sir saan shop nyo po dinala? para dun ko na din po ipagawa.. and how much po yun KYB gas shocks?

    thanks
    KYB Gas is around P3,250 or P3,300 a piece at Toyorama. You can have Wheelers Suspension Haus do the install of the shocks.

    I can't recall the name of the shop where we bought the rack and pinion at the moment. It's at the corner of Kitinlad and BMA Ave near Banawe/E.Rod. They'll give a three month warranty on the surplus rack and pinion and do take note that this is hit or miss.

    Quote Originally Posted by _Cathy_ View Post
    How much did you 40k PMS cost? Toyota Pasig quoted me P20k!!! (P19.880K to be exact)

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    Check the break down. Chances are they inserted a lot of useless items such as decarbonizing and additives. Better to go to another shop really (Speedyfix, Servitek, etc.)

    I spent less than 6K when i serviced our Gen 10.5:
    Change oil
    Change air filter
    Change cabin filter
    Change gear oil (approx 2-3L of Toyota MTF)
    Clean brakes
    Flush/replace brake fluid
    Retorqued all underchassis bolts and the rack and pinion (together with a wheel alignment)
    Last edited by vinj; December 2nd, 2015 at 01:46 PM.

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    #2618
    Quote Originally Posted by _Cathy_ View Post
    Ha ha ha! I can't afford your service Speedyfix is the shop near Xavier ba? I bought liquimoly FS and baldwin oil filter nga. I can't use it in the casa

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    Haha but seriously, if you need help in trying out other shops outside the casa, I can help. No fee.

    Speedyfix is cheaper than Servitek from my experience, but Servitek has lifters while Speedyfix doesn't.


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    #2619
    Quote Originally Posted by vinj View Post
    KYB Gas is around P3,250 or P3,300 a piece at Toyorama. You can have Wheelers Suspension Haus do the install of the shocks.

    I can't recall the name of the shop where we bought the rack and pinion at the moment. It's at the corner of Kitinlad and BMA Ave near Banawe/E.Rod. They'll give a three month warranty on the surplus rack and pinion and do take note that this is hit or miss.
    so hinde pa sure yun surplus sir? san po ba sure talaga na magagawa beside sa casa?

    thanks

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    #2620
    Hi everyone! Relatively new owner of a second hand Corolla 10th gen here (1.6G M/T '09). I got the car last September 2014 so the car has been with me for more than a year already.

    So far so good. Parts are very easy to find compared to my '09 APV. They are also cheaper.

    So far, I've done the following to the car since I got it:

    1. Replaced fan on Dec 2014 (Denso, PHP 4,700 with labor)
    2. Replaced oil filter on Dec 2014 (Parts Mart, PHP 450)
    3. Replaced clutch and pressure plate on May 2015 (Aisin, PHP 7,000 with labor)
    4. Changed oil and oil filter at 60,000 km
    5. Changed tires last week (Yokohama A-Spec OEM)

    Light clutch. Smooth shifts. Good on gas. Engine slightly underpowered at the highway (especially when you go >100 km/h) but perfect for city driving. I feel that this thing is a mini Camry.

Toyota Corolla 10th Generation Altis Owners [continued]