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  1. Join Date
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    #1
    i have question.
    where can i get that plastic AT stick cable bushing for the 2003 altis?
    mine is still in there, but it is in 3 pieces, and has been making shifting that stick a tedious process.
    and how much?
    thanks.
    Last edited by dr. d; November 9th, 2018 at 11:47 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dr. d View Post
    i have question.
    where can i get that plastic AT stick cable bushing for the 2003 altis?
    mine is still in there, but it is in 3 pieces, and has been making shifting that stick a tedious process.
    and how much?
    thanks.



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    Quote Originally Posted by mina_nuka View Post
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    If you have a sample, pwede ka makahanap ng kasukat sa auto supply. Or you can call partstar at taft or toyorama at banawe

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    Quote Originally Posted by sirkosero View Post
    If you have a sample, pwede ka makahanap ng kasukat sa auto supply. Or you can call partstar at taft or toyorama at banawe

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    makapunta nga...
    selamat.

    if i remove it kasi, and i don't find a replacement, i won't be able to put it back.
    Last edited by dr. d; November 10th, 2018 at 12:20 AM.

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    sa ATCO doc try mo..

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    Ganoon nangyari sa Yaris/Vios ng friend namin. Complete cable sa casa 12K, walang bushing lang.

    Hirap kung na disconnect ka sa labas, magtatawag pa ng mekaniko at mag remedyo ng alambre.

    Na try sa Toyorama, walang bushing. Complete cable assembly lang mayroon for 10k. Mukhang common wear and tear part naman, dapat siguro may baon ng extra lagi sa glovebox? Sa Lazada at Shopee madaming sellers. Kung remedyo naman sa kanto, automotive hose ang gamit at crimp ng clip.

    Naalala ko ang usapan sa traffic light, stay at [D] or shift sa [N]. May nakikita ako na laging nag [P] - [D] sa stoplight kasi kita mo ang reverse iilaw since dadaan ng [R].... mas madaming wear sa bushing...

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    Quote Originally Posted by bxr monkey View Post
    Ganoon nangyari sa Yaris/Vios ng friend namin. Complete cable sa casa 12K, walang bushing lang.

    Hirap kung na disconnect ka sa labas, magtatawag pa ng mekaniko at mag remedyo ng alambre.

    Na try sa Toyorama, walang bushing. Complete cable assembly lang mayroon for 10k. Mukhang common wear and tear part naman, dapat siguro may baon ng extra lagi sa glovebox? Sa Lazada at Shopee madaming sellers. Kung remedyo naman sa kanto, automotive hose ang gamit at crimp ng clip.

    Naalala ko ang usapan sa traffic light, stay at [D] or shift sa [N]. May nakikita ako na laging nag [P] - [D] sa stoplight kasi kita mo ang reverse iilaw since dadaan ng [R].... mas madaming wear sa bushing...
    i brought the car to the shop. dnr along sucat road.
    the mechanic's hatol: "hindi lang po bushing and cable yan. complete oveerhaul po."
    22K Ugh!

    but after having it fixed back then,
    after 3 1/2 years,
    it shifts so nicely.

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    Madalas bumitaw dyan yung bushing sa shifter side.. kasi naka suksok lang yun.. pag nalusaw na yung rubber in between, pwede na bumitaw..

    Pwede naman abutin sa transmission side yung lever para ma shift into gear D..

    Pwede naman gawan ng remedy.. saken nilagyan ko ng locking pin yung sa shifter kaya di na bibitaw yung cable

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