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  1. Join Date
    Sep 2004
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    #981
    Go for the 2.7 variant... It is not that much of a guzzler as people say. Almost all compact suv's nowadays averages 6-7 k/l. On my fortuner, I am averaging from 6-7city driving and 8-9 on highway. Pero kung light footed mode, 7 k/l is easy on city driving and 10k/l on highway.

  2. Join Date
    Mar 2005
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    #982
    Quote Originally Posted by alwayz_yummy
    ask ko lang po, anu po engine code nyang 2.5L D4D na yan? kung dadag-dagan ng fuel filters will it reduce/solve the problem?

    is there a model na nilabas sa SEA-market(not just here in the phil.) na may kasamang 4wd tranny?

    hope may makasagot sa survey ko....
    I'm afraid the addition of more fuel filters won't solve the problem, 'coz the D4-D problems have been traced to the faulty Denso Fuel pumps.

  3. #983
    so talagang pumps ang D4d...unlike sa prob ng crdi trooper, right? why wala ko nadining ng mass recall?

  4. Join Date
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    #984
    Kaya walang recall ayaw umamin ng Toyota coz pag ginawa nila yon sure na bagsak ang benta nila.

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    #985
    Quote Originally Posted by alwayz_yummy
    so talagang pumps ang D4d...unlike sa prob ng crdi trooper, right? why wala ko nadining ng mass recall?
    simple. control the media. give 'em the perks like vip Toyota treatment for the media execs/publishers and discounts for the rank and file media. no recall hehehe

  6. Join Date
    Sep 2003
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    #986
    That's the thing if you have the money, you can control the media.... Could we possibly send a letter to Toyota signed by Group like "signed by Tsikot Members" namely : Larshell, Bongliza, etc, etc...
    This has stronger impact than to send letter individually.

  7. Join Date
    Jan 2003
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    #987
    Matapos ko basahin ang thread na ito fot the last 2 weeks, ang haba na kasi eh.. ayoko ko na ng D4D toyota engine, sa tingin ko di nila na anticipate ang quality ng diesel fuel dito sa Pinas compared sa Japan, so sa mga first batches ayan ang nangyari, tirik...
    Naalala nyo po ba yung mga first batches ng FX Diesel , 2C ata engine which turned out to be disposable pala...

    Tingnan nyo mga Jeep na naka isuzu engine, andar lang ng andar kahit mausok

  8. Join Date
    Jun 2006
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    #988
    There's nothing wrong with our Diesel here. EuroIII compliant na mga yun eh.

    Just get this, BMW CRDi engine (320d, 5 series D and X5 D) doesn't experience choking problems. If there's something wrong with the fuel, dapat lahat ng diesel engines esp the modern CRDis from the Germans nag-choke lahat.

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    #989
    Horsepower... AFAIK Euro II compliant lang tayo.

    But then again... that's no excuse for those choking problems.

  10. Join Date
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    #990
    Kung Diesel ang problema bakit ang Hyundai and Kia walang problema tulad sa Toyota? Wala sigurong kinalaman ang Diesel natin sa Problema ng Toyota.

    Bonglisa, Nakakapagod na. Pero kung may gagawa nito sasama nalang ako sa mga pipirma.

Toyota D4D engine woes