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  1. Join Date
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    #821
    Patulong narin worse case scenario saan maganda magpa overhaul. I hate those mechanics who remove bolts and nuts from our cars and when they return it may sobra nanganganak and when asked how come may sobra na hindi naikabit, theyl just answer wala yan sobra talaga yan. Kasi tiatamad sila hanapin saan hindi nalagyan. Those japanese who designed these i believe didnt design them na may sobra. Thanks for any inputs. Im desperate

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    #822
    Been reading this thread for a while. Planning to buy an AUV, Revo and Adventure pinagpipilian ko, although i'm leaning more on Revo dahil sa built quality and durability daw compared sa Advie. Also choosing between SR and vx200. Although mukang mas mataas FC ng vx pero mas gusto ko yung porma. Bahala na cguro kung ano sa dalawa ang makita kong available na well maintained. Do you think 250k is enough budget for at least 2003 or 2004 model? I read na madalas problem sa revo is transmission. Plano ko po is manual gas po. Ayaw ko matic at diesel (ayaw kasi ni kumander ng tunog ng diesel engine). Any other problems na associated with Revo that I should check?
    Also, I noticed me mga ads dito sa tsikot car finder that I find extremely low priced, like this one gold 2004 toyota revo for sale, Used, 2004, Philippines, RF164217, VX240D priced at only 155k. Dubious kasi karamihan puro email address tapos cebu location. Any experience dealing with sellers here at tsikot finder? thanks po.
    Last edited by graphire; August 5th, 2015 at 01:48 PM.

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    #823
    Quote Originally Posted by graphire View Post
    Been reading this thread for a while. Planning to buy an AUV, Revo and Adventure pinagpipilian ko, although i'm leaning more on Revo dahil sa built quality and durability daw compared sa Advie. Also choosing between SR and vx200. Although mukang mas mataas FC ng vx pero mas gusto ko yung porma. Bahala na cguro kung ano sa dalawa ang makita kong available na well maintained. Do you think 250k is enough budget for at least 2003 or 2004 model? I read na madalas problem sa revo is transmission. Plano ko po is manual gas po. Ayaw ko matic at diesel (ayaw kasi ni kumander ng tunog ng diesel engine). Any other problems na associated with Revo that I should check?
    Also, I noticed me mga ads dito sa tsikot car finder that I find extremely low priced, like this one gold 2004 toyota revo for sale, Used, 2004, Philippines, RF164217, VX240D priced at only 155k. Dubious kasi karamihan puro email address tapos cebu location. Any experience dealing with sellers here at tsikot finder? thanks po.
    I was in the same shoes before, but ended up choosing the Revo. Here are some of my previous observations:

    1. Build quality, mas maganda ang Revo
    2. Body Durability, mas matibay kaha ng Revo. Adventure has rust prone areas
    3. Suspension, mas matibay ang Revo.
    4. Engine (Gas), Mas malakas ang Adventure. Durability, I can attest on the Revo as I have one (7Ke), plus timing chain pa. But matibay din naman Mitsu. Efficiency, I would go with Mitsu's 4G63
    5. Passenger capacity, parehas lang, pero mas malapad ang Revo kaya mas medyo maluwag
    6. Aircon, parehas din naman malamig

    With your 250k budget, may makukuha kang SR, but make sure you bring a mechanic (a real mechanic) just to be sure. I got the GLX MT version only, which has the basic features I need. The SR has the cosmetic upgrades only. The VX on the other hand has a 2.0 liter engine. Better get the manual for efficiency and durability. I also did not get the Diesel as I have the same concern as yours, plus the Smoke belching issue which will occur in the diesel engine life.

    There are so many bogus sellers, be wise and stay away if you're doubtful. One more thing, don't believe those who will say its "sasakyan na lang". Remember its a second hand vehicle, there will be something to repair or least be replaced.

    You might also want to check the following: 1. Make sure the thermostat valve is intact and working, 2. Radiator clutch fan is still good, 3. Servo still works, the idle should go up if the AC has been turned On, 4. Clutch must be light. Hard clutch means the plates and the lining might be too worn already, or the hydralics are sticky, 5. Check the radiator water, its must be treated with a coolant, otherwise, the vehicle has not meticulously cared by the owner.

    Good luck!

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    Quote Originally Posted by graphire View Post
    Been reading this thread for a while. Planning to buy an AUV, Revo and Adventure pinagpipilian ko, although i'm leaning more on Revo dahil sa built quality and durability daw compared sa Advie. Also choosing between SR and vx200. Although mukang mas mataas FC ng vx pero mas gusto ko yung porma. Bahala na cguro kung ano sa dalawa ang makita kong available na well maintained. Do you think 250k is enough budget for at least 2003 or 2004 model? I read na madalas problem sa revo is transmission. Plano ko po is manual gas po. Ayaw ko matic at diesel (ayaw kasi ni kumander ng tunog ng diesel engine). Any other problems na associated with Revo that I should check?
    Also, I noticed me mga ads dito sa tsikot car finder that I find extremely low priced, like this one gold 2004 toyota revo for sale, Used, 2004, Philippines, RF164217, VX240D priced at only 155k. Dubious kasi karamihan puro email address tapos cebu location. Any experience dealing with sellers here at tsikot finder? thanks po.
    I was in the same shoes before, but ended up choosing the Revo. Here are some of my previous observations:

    1. Build quality, mas maganda ang Revo
    2. Body Durability, mas matibay kaha ng Revo. Adventure has rust prone areas
    3. Suspension, mas matibay ang Revo.
    4. Engine (Gas), Mas malakas ang Adventure. Durability, I can attest on the Revo as I have one (7Ke), plus timing chain pa. But matibay din naman Mitsu. Efficiency, I would go with Mitsu's 4G63
    5. Passenger capacity, parehas lang, pero mas malapad ang Revo kaya mas medyo maluwag
    6. Aircon, parehas din naman malamig

    With your 250k budget, may makukuha kang SR, but make sure you bring a mechanic (a real mechanic) just to be sure. I got the GLX MT version only, which has the basic features I need. The SR has the cosmetic upgrades only. The VX on the other hand has a 2.0 liter engine. Better get the manual for efficiency and durability. I also did not get the Diesel as I have the same concern as yours, plus the Smoke belching issue which will occur in the diesel engine life.

    There are so many bogus sellers, be wise and stay away if you're doubtful. One more thing, don't believe those who will say its "sasakyan na lang". Remember its a second hand vehicle, there will be something to repair or least be replaced.

    You might also want to check the following: 1. Make sure the thermostat valve is intact and working, 2. Radiator clutch fan is still good, 3. Servo still works, the idle should go up if the AC has been turned On, 4. Clutch must be light. Hard clutch means the plates and the lining might be too worn already, or the hydralics are sticky, 5. Check the radiator water, its must be treated with a coolant, otherwise, the vehicle has not meticulously cared by the owner.

    Good luck!

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    #824
    mga sir, ask ko lang where can i buy aircon fan motor para sa likod?

    original would cost me 5k daw sa pinagpagawaan ko..

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    mga sir, ask ko lang where can i buy aircon fan motor para sa likod?

    original would cost me 5k daw sa pinagpagawaan ko..

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    #825
    Quote Originally Posted by alx View Post
    mga sir, ask ko lang where can i buy aircon fan motor para sa likod?

    original would cost me 5k daw sa pinagpagawaan ko..

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    mga sir, ask ko lang where can i buy aircon fan motor para sa likod?

    original would cost me 5k daw sa pinagpagawaan ko..
    ask for surplus or replacement (not OEM) models. there's nothing hi tech about basic fan motors..
    that shouldn't be a problem for a well-stocked shop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alx View Post
    mga sir, ask ko lang where can i buy aircon fan motor para sa likod?

    original would cost me 5k daw sa pinagpagawaan ko..

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    mga sir, ask ko lang where can i buy aircon fan motor para sa likod?

    original would cost me 5k daw sa pinagpagawaan ko..
    ask for surplus or replacement (not OEM) models. there's nothing hi tech about basic fan motors..
    that shouldn't be a problem for a well-stocked shop.

  6. Join Date
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    #826
    hello po, sino po kayang may alam kung saan pwedeng ipagawa ung automatic antenna ng revo gsx ko, hindi po cya gumagana pero may maingay po pag start at stop ko ang makina, parang ung motor o gear nung antenna, salamat po.

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    #827
    Quote Originally Posted by dr. d View Post
    ask for surplus or replacement (not OEM) models. there's nothing hi tech about basic fan motors..
    that shouldn't be a problem for a well-stocked shop.

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    ask for surplus or replacement (not OEM) models. there's nothing hi tech about basic fan motors..
    that shouldn't be a problem for a well-stocked shop.
    naayos na sir,

    apparently nag loose lang pala yun isang screw kaya mis align yun buong blower which is why umiingay.

    now im stuck with the new motor i bought from a separate store. na ayaw pumayag return ko..

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    #828
    Mga sir, I have 2 main questions and follow-ups:
    1) Ano pong klaseng bulb meron ang revo 2004 glx gas sa instrument panel/dash cluster? (type/kind of bulb, wattage, at ilang piraso) May areas na kasi na malabo at hindi na makita like yung sa speedometer area at sa tacho.
    2) Ano naman po ang klase/type ng bulb ang sa headlights (type and wattage)? Madali lang bang palitan (DIY)? Parang ang hina na pag sa gabi lalo na pag umuulan. Ilaw lang ng mga sasakyan na kaslubong ko ang nakikita ko. Medyo mahirap makita ang mga tao sa sidewalk.

    Sana may makasagot today. Salamat po sa mga sasagot.

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    #829
    Sir jeve_96, here's my answer:

    1) Ano pong klaseng bulb meron ang revo 2004 glx gas sa instrument panel/dash cluster? (type/kind of bulb, wattage, at ilang piraso) May areas na kasi na malabo at hindi na makita like yung sa speedometer area at sa tacho. - I think peanut bulb (or hugis peanut ) yung bulb. What I did with my was replaced them with LED's. Plus, nilinis ko yung paligid (sa loob) ng meter at yung mismong likod ng meter. The result was great!
    2) Ano naman po ang klase/type ng bulb ang sa headlights (type and wattage)? Madali lang bang palitan (DIY)? Parang ang hina na pag sa gabi lalo na pag umuulan. Ilaw lang ng mga sasakyan na kaslubong ko ang nakikita ko. Medyo mahirap makita ang mga tao sa sidewalk. - Halogen yung bulb, I think mga 55 to 65 watts lang yung original. Check mo din yung reflectors (chromed areas), pag kupas na kasi, talagang mahina ang labas ng ilaw.

    Sana may makasagot today. Salamat po sa mga sasagot.[/QUOTE]

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    Sir jeve_96, here's my answer:

    1) Ano pong klaseng bulb meron ang revo 2004 glx gas sa instrument panel/dash cluster? (type/kind of bulb, wattage, at ilang piraso) May areas na kasi na malabo at hindi na makita like yung sa speedometer area at sa tacho. - I think peanut bulb (or hugis peanut ) yung bulb. What I did with my was replaced them with LED's. Plus, nilinis ko yung paligid (sa loob) ng meter at yung mismong likod ng meter. The result was great!
    2) Ano naman po ang klase/type ng bulb ang sa headlights (type and wattage)? Madali lang bang palitan (DIY)? Parang ang hina na pag sa gabi lalo na pag umuulan. Ilaw lang ng mga sasakyan na kaslubong ko ang nakikita ko. Medyo mahirap makita ang mga tao sa sidewalk. - Halogen yung bulb, I think mga 55 to 65 watts lang yung original. Check mo din yung reflectors (chromed areas), pag kupas na kasi, talagang mahina ang labas ng ilaw.

    Sana may makasagot today. Salamat po sa mga sasagot.[/QUOTE]

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    #830
    Thank you for answering sir jvnj! I was able to go to a shop (after 5 days) and changed the bulbs on the instru panel but not with LEDs only replacements ones. Also, since the price for cleaning the headlight housing(?) is 2,500 (for the pair), I opted to just replaced it with Taiwan brand new for P 3,500 (also for the pair). Ayos kaya ung presyo nila o masyadong mahal? What do you think mga sirs? Tpos when I asked how much is the replacement for the fog lamps (pair), they priced it P 4,000 but the other shop in Banaue priced it P2,000 (pair) + labor (500).

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