To those who are willing to give their technical opinion,suggestion,assitance please do so,
I own a Generation 1 2000 GLX 1.8 Manual Tranny Toyota Revo...( First Owned from Toyota Otis )
This ride has been my partner for the longest time and for the last 9 years that I had it, it did not gave me any painstaking technical issue.
Not until this early year...
What happened was, one of the EFI injector was the culprit, it was damaged perhaps due to the 9 years it had served me
So being a guy na wala gaanong alam sa makina,went to a mechanic..asked their opinion and was informed that it could be the idling servo kit
Went to Banawe, check for the parts, bought one, installed it and still same result ( expense # 1 )
Now, they focused on the engine itself and found out that one of the EFI injector was the culprit
So went back to banawe, bought the part needed, installed it and it worked ( Expense # 2 )
So happy that it was fixed, but my concern now is that the idling on my odometer sometimes drops to a certain level that could kill the engine
And yes, it could be the idling servo kit, but already checked it, cleaned it as well..What else could be the cause of this?
Second concern, I had my clutch disk, pressure plate, release bearing and pilot bearing replaced a couple of years ago and now evrytime I shift the gear on reverse,
you can hear a cracking noise, sumasabit daw sabi ng mekaniko.. a part was replaced somewhere in the clutch area, hindi ko alam tawag dun, and still ganun pa rin..
Recommendation nung Mekaniko is to replace the clutch disk, pressure plate, release bearing and pilot bearing again..Tama po ba ito?
Lastly, since I had this ride for nine years, im planning to replace my shock absorber as well. I researched on the net what shocks do we have on the market,
As far as I know, both Fluid type yung rear and front shocks ng revo ko..im planning to change it to gas type..would that be ok? or perhaps try gas on the front and fluid on the back?
Suggestions , opinion, explanations will highly be appreciated.