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    #581
    mga ka innova paalala lang lock nyo mga spare tire nyo prati ninakaw sa akin (dont know when!?) kahapon ko lang napansin just bought a special lock for fortunner and innova kanina

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    #582
    Quote Originally Posted by vosch View Post
    mga ka innova paalala lang lock nyo mga spare tire nyo prati ninakaw sa akin (dont know when!?) kahapon ko lang napansin just bought a special lock for fortunner and innova kanina

    was also a victim last december.. ang bigat sa pakiramdam na mawalan ng gamit tapos ang masakit pa nun, papunta pa ako ng baguio when i noticed it... so hassle pa yun pag bili ko ng spare steel rims and tire sa shop. sigh... pesteng mga low life spare tire jacker.

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    #583
    Quote Originally Posted by g.b.b View Post
    was also a victim last december.. ang bigat sa pakiramdam na mawalan ng gamit tapos ang masakit pa nun, papunta pa ako ng baguio when i noticed it... so hassle pa yun pag bili ko ng spare steel rims and tire sa shop. sigh... pesteng mga low life spare tire jacker.
    kaya sa mga bagong nag mamay ari ng innova fortuner at hi lux first order of business eh bumili ng spare tire lock, yan una kong ad on sa innova... sa casa 3,800 pesos... mas maganda sya kesa yung chain lock. tago sya, malinis tingnan.

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    #584
    Quote Originally Posted by Capsaul View Post
    kaya sa mga bagong nag mamay ari ng innova fortuner at hi lux first order of business eh bumili ng spare tire lock, yan una kong ad on sa innova... sa casa 3,800 pesos... mas maganda sya kesa yung chain lock. tago sya, malinis tingnan.
    there's also one available in ebay.ph.. masyado mahal yan sa casa... over price talaga sila kahit magbigay pa sila ng discount.

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    #585
    dapat gawin nila itong standard (spare tire lock) sa package/freebies ng Toyota.

    nung brandnew pa innova namin 2 weeks pa lang nanakaw na yung spare tire di namin alam kung saan nanakaw. naibalik pa nga ng maayos yung harness ng magnanakaw

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    #586
    Quote Originally Posted by vosch View Post
    mga ka innova paalala lang lock nyo mga spare tire nyo prati ninakaw sa akin (dont know when!?) kahapon ko lang napansin just bought a special lock for fortunner and innova kanina
    Madali lang nakawin ang spare tire kaya dapat palagyan ng spare tire lock. Ako nagpalagay kaagad kasi tinimbrihan agad ako ng SA ko. Ang ginagawa ng mga magnanakaw, pinasisingaw daw ang hangin ng gulong hanggang totally mawalan na ng hangin ang gulong. Sa ganitong paraan, iimpis ang gulong kayat ung naka-cross na nasa dulo ng kadena, madali nilang mai-twist, ayon laglag na kaagad ang gulong. Ingat na lang sa mga wala pang spare tire lock

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    #587
    Quote Originally Posted by brenz View Post
    Madali lang nakawin ang spare tire kaya dapat palagyan ng spare tire lock. Ako nagpalagay kaagad kasi tinimbrihan agad ako ng SA ko. Ang ginagawa ng mga magnanakaw, pinasisingaw daw ang hangin ng gulong hanggang totally mawalan na ng hangin ang gulong. Sa ganitong paraan, iimpis ang gulong kayat ung naka-cross na nasa dulo ng kadena, madali nilang mai-twist, ayon laglag na kaagad ang gulong. Ingat na lang sa mga wala pang spare tire lock
    Saan kayo bumili? sa casa ba?

    Do ou think hindi na talaga mananakaw if pag pa lagay ng lock? fool proof ba?

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    #588
    Quote Originally Posted by ronros View Post
    may tumutulong tubig ata yun sa ilalim malapit sa may lagayan ng spare tire.ano ba yun?normal lang ba yun.bago pa innova namin 1 month palang.
    touch it. if it's indeed water then i came from the aircon.. nothing to worry about.

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    #589
    Just wanna share to all with AT innova.


    AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION FLUID LEVEL (from toyota corolla 2004 repair manual)
    (a) Park the vehicle on a level surface.
    (b) With the engine idling and the parking brake applied, shift the selector into all the positions from ”P”
    to ”L”. Then shift to the ”P” position.
    (c) Pull out the dipstick and wipe off the fluid with a clean shop rag. Re–insert the dipstick and check that
    the fluid level is in the ”HOT” range.
    (d) Perform this check with the fluid at the normal driving temperature:70 to 80C (158 to 176F).
    HINT:
    After extended driving under harsh conditions (high speeds, hot weather, heavy traffic or pulling a trailer),
    let the engine cool down for approximately 30 minutes before checking the fluid level.


    [SIZE=4]other sites naman[/SIZE]

    For 35 years, have been playing cars with auto trans ( I love autos) including tricking up these autos and there is only one way to check ATF oil which has never ever failed ..... drive car for 15mins as this will ensure the auto trans gets hot reaching its own operating temp.

    The engine operating temp does not mean the trans is also equally hot. Eg., you start the engine first thing in the morning and allow it to idle for 10 mins and engine would have reached operating temp from the temp meter indicator, but during this idling time, the trans is still in P or N and the ATF hasn't had a chance to get hot (just warm only) and to flow to all the nooks n crannies of the trans and also with no shifting during the idling time. All these will not give you accurate reading.

    Hence the reason for actually driving the car before ATF level can be checked.

    In short, drive car for at least 15 mins or more, then stop car, pull handbrake and put gear in P or N. Take out dipstick, wipe with lint-free cloth, insert the dipstick into tube wait for 3-5 secs, pull it out and check level. Top up to required level if necessary.


    [SIZE=5]which is which ang tama...[/SIZE]


    in my own experience pag sakto ang ATF mo. Medyo gaganda ang FC nyo.

    i experienced sobra ang ATF, medyo pumangit ang FC ko. then nong pinabawasan ko sa casa... Sobra naman ang pag bawas ata kaya nagkaroon naman ng problema nagkaroon ng THUG sounds nong di ko nagamit for 24 hours pero smooth ang shifting nya no slipping so low gear compared sa sobrang ATF, pero FC ko +2k/liter sa kulang na ATF.

    Pag check kasi ng CASA ng ATF, galing sa biyahe ang Innova then nag 3000 rpm pa sya for 5 mins then P to P. kaya kahit kulang ang ATF naging sobra pa ng konti. ( tama po ba ang pag check ng casa?) tinatanong ko sila about exact parang nag dadalawang isip pa ang mga ito.
    ilang beses na ako pabalik balik (4x) di pa rin malinaw sa CASA trabaho nila about this ATF.

    kaya i'm asking about this

    pwede po natin ma picture what level ang ATF nyo sa

    1. umaga without starting your engine.
    2. idle for 15 mins then P to P without running your INNOVA.
    3. then after sa biyahe what level is your ATF.

    but no one answered it

    Sana may makatulong sa akin sa may mga perfect AT innova.

    Sorry po kung naging makulit na ako...

    Anyone knows where to download the repair manual or service manual for our INNOVA sir/madam?

    HELP pls

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    #590
    Quote Originally Posted by kristine123 View Post
    Just wanna share to all with AT innova.


    AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION FLUID LEVEL (from toyota corolla 2004 repair manual)
    (a) Park the vehicle on a level surface.
    (b) With the engine idling and the parking brake applied, shift the selector into all the positions from P
    to L. Then shift to the P position.
    (c) Pull out the dipstick and wipe off the fluid with a clean shop rag. Reinsert the dipstick and check that
    the fluid level is in the HOT range.
    (d) Perform this check with the fluid at the normal driving temperature:70 to 80C (158 to 176F).
    HINT:
    After extended driving under harsh conditions (high speeds, hot weather, heavy traffic or pulling a trailer),
    let the engine cool down for approximately 30 minutes before checking the fluid level.


    [SIZE=4]other sites naman[/SIZE]

    For 35 years, have been playing cars with auto trans ( I love autos) including tricking up these autos and there is only one way to check ATF oil which has never ever failed ..... drive car for 15mins as this will ensure the auto trans gets hot reaching its own operating temp.

    The engine operating temp does not mean the trans is also equally hot. Eg., you start the engine first thing in the morning and allow it to idle for 10 mins and engine would have reached operating temp from the temp meter indicator, but during this idling time, the trans is still in P or N and the ATF hasn't had a chance to get hot (just warm only) and to flow to all the nooks n crannies of the trans and also with no shifting during the idling time. All these will not give you accurate reading.

    Hence the reason for actually driving the car before ATF level can be checked.

    In short, drive car for at least 15 mins or more, then stop car, pull handbrake and put gear in P or N. Take out dipstick, wipe with lint-free cloth, insert the dipstick into tube wait for 3-5 secs, pull it out and check level. Top up to required level if necessary.


    [SIZE=5]which is which ang tama...[/SIZE]


    in my own experience pag sakto ang ATF mo. Medyo gaganda ang FC nyo.

    i experienced sobra ang ATF, medyo pumangit ang FC ko. then nong pinabawasan ko sa casa... Sobra naman ang pag bawas ata kaya nagkaroon naman ng problema nagkaroon ng THUG sounds nong di ko nagamit for 24 hours pero smooth ang shifting nya no slipping so low gear compared sa sobrang ATF, pero FC ko +2k/liter sa kulang na ATF.

    Pag check kasi ng CASA ng ATF, galing sa biyahe ang Innova then nag 3000 rpm pa sya for 5 mins then P to P. kaya kahit kulang ang ATF naging sobra pa ng konti. ( tama po ba ang pag check ng casa?) tinatanong ko sila about exact parang nag dadalawang isip pa ang mga ito.
    ilang beses na ako pabalik balik (4x) di pa rin malinaw sa CASA trabaho nila about this ATF.

    kaya i'm asking about this

    pwede po natin ma picture what level ang ATF nyo sa

    1. umaga without starting your engine.
    2. idle for 15 mins then P to P without running your INNOVA.
    3. then after sa biyahe what level is your ATF.

    but no one answered it

    Sana may makatulong sa akin sa may mga perfect AT innova.

    Sorry po kung naging makulit na ako...

    Anyone knows where to download the repair manual or service manual for our INNOVA sir/madam?

    HELP pls
    madam saan po ba ang dealer nyo?
    if you want i can give you my S.A.'s contact number for you to discuss your problem.

    bdw,
    my dealer is TMBC.

    sensya na po ha, hindi ko kayo matulungan sa problem nyo J Manual po kasi ang akin. hindi ko alam kung malaki pag kaka iba ng ATF level between Manual & Matic Transmission.

    God Bless
    -dongb

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