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    #41
    "P" plus parking brake kung matagal ka hintay...also for steep parkings.
    "N" plus parking brake for stoplight waiting...
    although pinapagalitan ako ng tito ko na based sa US sa ganito kasi daw pag stop
    ok na daw "P" no need for parking brake kasi pag rear disc brakes ka, mas mabilis kang magpapalit ng rear brake kit ba yun...
    kaya "P" lang ako pag stop.

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    #42
    As we have always said here. Never use 'P' to hold your vehicle while stopped. That is one expensive parking brake.

    Brake pads are cheap, plentiful and very easy to replace.

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    #43
    nasanay na eh... pero minsan di narin...kasi naiisip ko pag nabangga ko sa likod...paktay na ako jan!!! hehehe

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    #44
    Quote Originally Posted by basti08
    ok na daw "P" no need for parking brake kasi pag rear disc brakes ka, mas mabilis kang magpapalit ng rear brake kit ba yun...
    kaya "P" lang ako pag stop.
    on stops while waiting for the green light, "N" is already ok w/o brakes...now if the road is not level meaning you feel that it would move forward or backward just apply the normal brakes or parking/hand brake to stop the car from moving albeit the "safest" way would always be to engage your brakes in case someone bumps you from behind & to let the guy coming from behind know that your on a full stop.

    regarding the rear brake kits, its not really true, the only way that you'll change it faster is when you always forget to disengage the parking/hand brakes & drive off, now hat will really decrease the brake shoes considerably, i guess your uncle is just trying to avoid that.....

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    #45
    Quote Originally Posted by diesoline
    tnx sulzer9! btw, where did you buy it?


    SA CFG automotive store sa Cebu ko binili pero sa banawe marami din daw mas mura pa ,kc dyan din kumukuha ang CFG.kunin mo ung 40-150'C range na thermometer.

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    #46
    Quote Originally Posted by boybi
    technically speaking, O/D or overdrive is when the gear ratio is less than 1.0, meaning mas mabilis ang ikot ng driven gear kesa sa driver gear.

    in plain english, ito yung pinakamataas mong gear. don't be confused by the term OVERDRIVE. akala kasi ng nakararami, pampabilis or pampalakas ito ng car. hindi po. usually, meron pong separate button for increasing the power of your car for A/Ts, but this actually only delays the shifting point to a higher rpm.
    paano ba talaga mag drive ng a/t parang ang daming kailangan???

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    #47
    Quote Originally Posted by pentot2
    paano ba talaga mag drive ng a/t parang ang daming kailangan???
    for starters, just keep the OD on, put to D then step on the accelerator to speed and brake to slow down. i was able to drive from clark to manila with just these setting and without tinkering with any setting. learn the rest when you are used to it already, you cant go wrong with these setup, just dont drive agressively, because this setup is economy mode. HTH

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    #48
    Quote Originally Posted by pentot2
    paano ba talaga mag drive ng a/t parang ang daming kailangan???
    Konti lang kelangan, eto lang kailangan mo isaulo:

    1) Paandarin kotse gamit ang susi.
    2) Apakan ang brake, tapos shift sa 'D' pag aabante, o shift sa 'R' pag aatras. Deactivate handbrake. Tapos, bitawan ang brake, apak sa accelerator. Timplahin ang apak para makuha desired speed.
    3) Pag paparada ka na, as in papatayin na makina at gagarahe. Apak ulit sa break. Shift to 'P'. Activate handbrake. Bitaw sa brake. Patayin makina gamit susi. Hugot susi.

    Basta ang pag-shift to 'R' or to 'P', dapat lagi ka nakahinto..kung hindi sasabog kotse mo...hehe... joke, masisira daw transmission.

    Sa stoplight naman, pwede ka mag-shift sa 'N' kung medyo matagal ang hinto. At syempre balik mo sa 'D' pag aabante na ulit. Basta lagi ka apak sa brake bago ka mag-shift to 'D' or 'R' from standstill.
    Pag stop & go lang trapik, pwede na yan sa 'D'...gamitin mo na lang ang brake to regulate ang speed mo.
    Ang Overdrive, lagay mo na lang palagi sa 'O/D On' position pag dito ka lang sa Manila at di ka naman nanghihila ng mabigat na trailer or umaakyat sa matatarik na mga lugar.

    Oo nga pala, steady lang ang kaliwang paa, dahil wala na dapat yan gagawin, kasi nga wala ng clutch.

    Ayos?
    Last edited by Boy Torotot; November 11th, 2005 at 02:40 PM.

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    #49
    Itali ang kaliwang paa.

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    #50
    for starters, just keep the OD on, put to D then step on the accelerator to speed and brake to slow down.
    ganito din yng gawa nun first time ako drive ng corolla A/T habang me girl akong katabi, hehe! knya kc yng car e, hehe!

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