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  1. Join Date
    May 2005
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    #811
    For 2011 owners and up (1ZR-FE dual vvt-i), what is the code for the toyota oil filter? You can find this in your service billing from the dealer. Thanks!

    PS: Can't seem to locate the oil filter in the crowded engine bay.

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    #812
    Quote Originally Posted by number001 View Post
    Wala. You need to upgrade to 1.6V (A/T only) to get the Pearl White (+15K).
    hmm ok. checking the spec sheet again..

    Quote Originally Posted by markduguran View Post
    Tama po ba yung nasa website na specs? ang G variant e naka 1ZE-FE? (all other 1.6 are 1ZR-FE) ano diff nila kung tama ung nasa specs?
    1ZE-FE is for the manual tranny version. the AT model has the 1ZR-FE.

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    #813
    Quote Originally Posted by ptk675 View Post
    hmm ok. checking the spec sheet again..



    1ZE-FE is for the manual tranny version. the AT model has the 1ZR-FE.
    "1ZE-FE" is a typo. A/T or M/T ; E, G or 1.6 V, as long as its the one with the dual vvt-i (late 2010 and up), the engine code is 1ZR-FE

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    #814
    Quote Originally Posted by number001 View Post
    "1ZE-FE" is a typo. A/T or M/T ; E, G or 1.6 V, as long as its the one with the dual vvt-i (late 2010 and up), the engine code is 1ZR-FE
    Thanks for the clarification

  5. Join Date
    Aug 2007
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    #815
    What's the difference po ba between 1ZE-FE and 1ZR-FE? Both are dual-vvti.

  6. Join Date
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    #816
    Quote Originally Posted by 3raserheads View Post
    What's the difference po ba between 1ZE-FE and 1ZR-FE? Both are dual-vvti.
    Typo lang po ang 1ZE-FE. 1ZR-FE dapat yan.

    Notice how the "E" and the "R" are beside each other sa keyboard?

  7. Join Date
    Sep 2010
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    #817
    hehe

    hello peeps

    altis owner here with the 1.6 3ZZ-FE engine with manual tranny.

    i have to say, the drive by wire is a bit slow to respond. unlike traditional throttle response.

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    #818
    Quote Originally Posted by toyotaparter View Post
    hehe

    hello peeps

    altis owner here with the 1.6 3ZZ-FE engine with manual tranny.

    i have to say, the drive by wire is a bit slow to respond. unlike traditional throttle response.
    You'll find people who post on the 10thgen forums in the U.S. have used Pivot Throttle Controller. Some say, it has improved response...

  9. Join Date
    Sep 2010
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    #819
    do all of us suffer the same slower throttle response or is it just me? :-) pivot sounds nice, but if its too expensive, i can manage naman the delay in throttle response.

    besides that im pretty satisfied with our altis ;)

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    Oct 2002
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    #820
    Since i'm in the break-in period where i have not gone over 3K RPM most of the time and i'm driving around with a light foot, i've still to observe the throttle inputs under WOT. In light driving it's not really noticeable but i guess this would be noticed more once i start doing long drives with more pedal input.

    On a previous thread, they discussed theE-Throttle controller unit which could adjust throttle input sensitivity. Costs around 5K according to the thread.

    http://tsikot.com/forums/toyota-cars...hanging-82442/

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