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    #501
    Quote Originally Posted by Ercen View Post
    Im always shocked bossing.. do I have a choice
    yes, you do, po!!!
    repeat after me: "no, po. wala sa budget. next time na lang."
    limit your pms to oil change and oil filter.
    say no to any and all flushes, additives, treatments, care packages.

    my thoughts on the engine air filter are controversial. bahala na yung ibang tsikoteers dito.
    heh heh.

    you can have your brakes and handbrake serviced in banawe, for a fraction of the cost, and with almost no queueing, if you time it right.

    good luck.

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    #502
    [QUOTE=dr. d;3103187]yes, you do, po!!!
    repeat after me: "no, po. wala sa budget. next time na lang."
    limit your pms to oil change and oil filter.
    say no to any and all flushes, additives, treatments, care packages.

    my thoughts on the engine air filter are controversial. bahala na yung ibang tsikoteers dito.
    heh heh.

    you can have your brakes and handbrake serviced in banawe, for a fraction of the cost, and with almost no queueing, if you time it right.

    good luck.[/QUOTt



    toyota baguio 20k pms. putik makatarungan ba yan..
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    #503
    [QUOTE=innovation101;3114999]
    Quote Originally Posted by dr. d View Post
    yes, you do, po!!!
    repeat after me: "no, po. wala sa budget. next time na lang."
    limit your pms to oil change and oil filter.
    say no to any and all flushes, additives, treatments, care packages.

    my thoughts on the engine air filter are controversial. bahala na yung ibang tsikoteers dito.
    heh heh.

    you can have your brakes and handbrake serviced in banawe, for a fraction of the cost, and with almost no queueing, if you time it right.

    good luck.[/QUOTt



    toyota baguio 20k pms. putik makatarungan ba yan..
    That is actually a bit cheap. Just remove the injector cleaner.

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    #504
    [QUOTE=sirkosero;3115004]
    Quote Originally Posted by innovation101 View Post
    That is actually a bit cheap. Just remove the injector cleaner.

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    how about the fuel filter? required ba na palitan in 20km?

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    #505
    [QUOTE=innovation101;3115006]
    Quote Originally Posted by sirkosero View Post



    how about the fuel filter? required ba na palitan in 20km?
    Just follow what is written in the owners manual. Kung wala sa schedule dun, then remove.

    Which reminds me. 40k na yung mileage ng isang innova namin. I find no need to replace the fuel filter. Iilaw naman yan kung kailangan palitan

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    #506
    [QUOTE=sirkosero;3115029]
    Quote Originally Posted by innovation101 View Post
    Just follow what is written in the owners manual. Kung wala sa schedule dun, then remove.

    Which reminds me. 40k na yung mileage ng isang innova namin. I find no need to replace the fuel filter. Iilaw naman yan kung kailangan palitan

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    at over 120K km, mine hasn't lighted up yet.
    and no signs of fuel starvation.

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    #507
    [QUOTE=innovation101;3115006]
    Quote Originally Posted by sirkosero View Post
    how about the fuel filter? required ba na palitan in 20km?
    I’m replacing it at 40k. I’m now on 39+k.

    My fuel filter warning light lit up several weeks ago. I was able to clear the warning and it never came back. I guess it was just a transient event. Replacing the fuel filter should only make things better, not worse.

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    #508
    Hi all can you recommend an affordable and reliable toyota dealer around metro manila? Quezon avenue branch charges a lot for maintenance. Im getting an average P15k for 10Km and 20Km. Included is fully synthetic oil, oil filter, checkup fee, tune up fee, brakes, and engine wash (P800+).

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    #509
    Quote Originally Posted by quilla_b View Post
    Hi all can you recommend an affordable and reliable toyota dealer around metro manila? Quezon avenue branch charges a lot for maintenance. Im getting an average P15k for 10Km and 20Km. Included is fully synthetic oil, oil filter, checkup fee, tune up fee, brakes, and engine wash (P800+).
    Go to any casa. Remove non essentials and optionals.

    Read the owner's manual. Them holduppers a.k.a. service advisors exploit those who do not read the preventive maintenance schedule written in the good book

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    #510
    Quote Originally Posted by quilla_b View Post
    Hi all can you recommend an affordable and reliable toyota dealer around metro manila? Quezon avenue branch charges a lot for maintenance. Im getting an average P15k for 10Km and 20Km. Included is fully synthetic oil, oil filter, checkup fee, tune up fee, brakes, and engine wash (P800+).
    sirko is right.
    "just the essentials."
    the owner's manual lists down the essentials.
    if it ain't in that list, respectfully decline the product or procedure. "next time na lang. wala sa budget, e." no one can argue with that.

    diesel?
    i have them do only the oil change and oil filter change.
    mineral oil lang, not synthetic.
    i have oil change every 5000 km, naman kasi.
    my bill doesn't go beyond 5000 kesos.

    and when the warranty ran out, sa gas station nako nagpapa-change oil. 2500 kesos lang. no waiting pa. everything finished in less than an hour.

Toyota Innova PMS (Periodic Maintenance Service) Thread