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  1. Join Date
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    #971
    No problem. Noong nagcanvass ako, Toyota coolant is P300+ for 2L bottle. Prestone coolant is P600+ for 2L bottle. Both 50/50 Premix.

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    #972
    Quote Originally Posted by red_one View Post
    No problem. Noong nagcanvass ako, Toyota coolant is P300+ for 2L bottle. Prestone coolant is P600+ for 2L bottle. Both 50/50 Premix.

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    Actually I find Prestone's on the expensive side. This alternative's way cheaper! Anyway, how's the performance, Sir? If its at par with Prestone's then its really value for money!

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    #973
    Performance is what you can expect. It is OEM. Toyota Genuine coolant for Toyota vehicles.

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    #974
    Quote Originally Posted by red_one View Post
    Performance is what you can expect. It is OEM. Toyota Genuine coolant for Toyota vehicles.

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    Great! I will definitely try this. Thanks again!

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    #975
    Good day guys!
    Im looking for center caps online then I stumbled upon this forum.
    My Revo (year 2000 model) GLX's center caps were stolen recently. Did any one know where can I buy for replacement?

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    #976
    Quote Originally Posted by yao90 View Post
    Good day guys!
    Im looking for center caps online then I stumbled upon this forum.
    My Revo (year 2000 model) GLX's center caps were stolen recently. Did any one know where can I buy for replacement?
    i haven't tried, but...
    probably from the same store where we buy pre-owned side mirrors.
    heh heh.
    seriously.

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    #977
    Mine were stolen recently too! Grabe kapos na kapos ata sa pera pati center caps ng 15 year old model kinukuha... 😒

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    #978
    Quote Originally Posted by Ashra View Post
    Hi Sir,

    .... and removed the thermostat and said it's not working anymore (it's not springing back as it's supposed to). Well, they said the thermostat has no use here since our country's always warm and it's just important in cold places, and I actually believed them.. Heheheh..
    madam

    ang tamang pagcheck ng thermostat operation ay ganito: (kelangan lang ng thermometer, kaldero na may tubig, konting string at syempre yung lutuan)

    1. tanggalin ang thermostat mula sa makina
    2. isuspend ang thermostat sa tubig na papakuluan gamit yung sinulid
    3. painitin lang ang tubig
    4. dapat bumuka yung thermostat valve once na maabot na yung temperarture na nakaindicate sa thermostat (maaring 82 deg celsius, or 88 or higher) at fully open at around 95 degree celsius or higher.

    btw, kakalagay ko lang ng thermostat yung diesel revo ng tito ko. tinanggal din kasi yung dati. P820 lang kay toyorama
    sa banawe.

    ngayon nasa mid range ng gauge yung reading...noon kasi nasa 1/4 range.

    ang thermostat ay pinapalitan, hindi tinatanggal. wag maniwala sa mga sabi sabi ng mekaniko sa tabi tabi.

  9. Join Date
    Jul 2016
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    #979
    Quote Originally Posted by johnnyrevo View Post
    Hi!

    I would like to join your club

    I am a proud owner of 2001 Toyota Revo SR. Email add ko: john_0213*yahoo

    Hindi pa sye dressed up! stock pa rin... i would like to maintain its stock beauty but i plan to do some mods para mas pogi! i hope this club can give some inputs and ideas on how to's.

    Thanks!
    Hi, I'm looking at buying a used 2000 1.8 revo Sports Runner and need some advice. It is great looking, runs excellent. Only issue is it has 210,000 on the kilometres? I need advice if this is too many kilos to trust?

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    #980
    Well that depends on you. It is possible for a Revo of that mileage to still run well though. Mileage is not the only way to judge a car's condition. At half of that Revo's mileage, I was doing various repairs on our diesel Revo left and right, front and back. But since I have evidently finished up all the needed repairs (for now), it has been running well without problems for quite a few months now.

    Have a mechanic check out the car if it is worth purchasing. You don't want to buy a car and then replace the whole engine later.

    And then again, be prepared for high gas bills! I highly recommend you get the diesel.

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