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Post  dbanker on Wed Jun 19, 2013 11:57 am

had it done yest at NQA- P2,601.49; however, recommendations are---
-->  need to replace ---
          1)  upper engine support
          2)  steering coupling
          3)  transmission support
          4)  frnt brake pads
          5)  lower arm L/R
          6)  RR shock absorber
--> need to evaluate brakes

inputs anyone on each items shall be highly appreciated (i.e. cost or where to get or can just use replacement parts)Very Happy
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Post  Bin Diesel on Thu Jun 20, 2013 10:28 am

Sir, di pa ba napalitan yung steering coupling mo dati? Marami kasi nagcomplain na before about that and was replaced for free (underwarranty). Kasi parang ang bilis naman masira ng part na yan.
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Post  dbanker on Sun Jun 23, 2013 8:26 pm

Bin Diesel wrote:Sir, di pa ba napalitan yung steering coupling mo dati? Marami kasi nagcomplain na before about that and was replaced for free (underwarranty). Kasi parang ang bilis naman masira ng part na yan.
nOPE! d sya napalitan! kasi ala naman akong nararamdaman & wala naman recom ang CASA...Sad
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Post  pistolero on Tue Jun 25, 2013 12:49 am

yung sakin napalitan na once yung steering coupling pero after a few months bumalik yung tok sound when descending or ascending on a inclined road ( sa akin eh yung garahe ko )

i twice reported it already to casa, d daw nila mareplicate ang incident kaya d nila marinig , problema ko pa kung pano iparinig sa kanila Mad

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Post  Lydemer on Thu Jun 27, 2013 12:21 pm

pistolero wrote:yung sakin napalitan na once yung steering coupling pero after a few months bumalik yung tok sound when descending or ascending on a inclined road ( sa akin eh yung garahe ko )

i twice reported it already to casa, d daw nila mareplicate ang incident kaya d nila marinig , problema ko pa kung pano iparinig sa kanila Mad

This happened to me before. My reliable mechanic Benjo from Nissan Shaw told me that proper tightening will solve it. After implementing the tightening on my GL's steering coupling, the noise never recurred again.
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Post  jedsky on Mon Jul 01, 2013 12:52 pm

For the steering coupling, mine was replaced once but the "thug" sound appeared again, the technician just did a tightening on that part after that it never occured again. For the brakes talagang mabilis maupod specially if automatic transmission just like mine. My brake pads were replaced @ 40k PMS and then the brake shoe @ 50k PMS because it already causes a "pito" sound every time I step on the brake pedal, I also have my rotor disc refaced. For the brake pads I just used the orig nissan pads but for the brake shoe, I used bendix bonded shoes bought from NISWAY. Bendix is really a good alternative for those budget conscious owners like me without sacrificing quality, performance, safety, etc. For the lower arm suspension, I was able to have mine replaced during my last PMS prior to the expiry of my warranty.

For those who have problems with steering coupling, squeaking sound underneath you can go to Nissan North Edsa. They can fix it. Just a tip for all of those frustrated owners wanted to have it fixed.
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Post  pistolero on Thu Jul 11, 2013 2:42 am

lydemer/jedski

i had the steering coupling tightened again during my 35K PMS @ nissan westgate , unfortunately ganun pa din i still hear the thug sound.

Nissan North EDSA is a bit too far for me , is there any other nissan service center that can fix this ?

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Post  yoogix on Fri Jul 19, 2013 5:42 pm

dbanker wrote:had it done yest at NQA- P2,601.49; however, recommendations are---
-->  need to replace ---
          1)  upper engine support
          2)  steering coupling
          3)  transmission support
          4)  frnt brake pads
          5)  lower arm L/R
          6)  RR shock absorber
--> need to evaluate brakes

inputs anyone on each items shall be highly appreciated (i.e. cost or where to get or can just use replacement parts)Very Happy

Hi Dbaker, I am already at 65k also. Planning to go to casa (westgate alabang) sometime August pa. Anyway, my Livi (GL) was diagnosed on her 50K at nissan UN in Manila to replace the following due to worn/torn out bushings:

1. Upper engine support
2. Transmission support
3. Lower arm L/R

The three parts above would cost around 6,000+ pesos. Labor is 3,000+ pesos. That is 9,000+ pesos in total. Pinag ipunan ko muna hehehe at ngayong August ko pa mapapagawa. Draw back ng torn bushings sa engine support, minsan nag vibrate makina lalo na pag naka idle, at ramdam ang vibrations mag launch from standstill, nagbababad yung gears 1 and 2, medyo matagal mag shift siguro dahil sa vibrations.

My steering coupling was replaced under warranty 2 years ago. Shock absorbers are still good, a few oil misting around the shocks are normal. Have them make sure na misting lang ang nakita nila at hindi Oil Leak sa shocks.

Will also have to replace the spark plugs. Last time I checked kasi during 60k change oil (sa labas ng casa) makalawang na. Nilinis ko na lang muna, babad ko sa ga-as, steel brush ng konti making sure hindi ko magalaw yung gap hehehe.

From casa, sparkplugs would cost 580 pesos per piece. So thats 2,320. Isasabay ko na this August.

Front Brake Pads ko napalitan last year. Cost 4,500 pesos plus 300 pesos labor.

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Post  dbanker on Wed Jul 24, 2013 12:43 pm

Sir,
1. Upper engine support- had it "re-bushing" at M-7 Auto Shop, Sta Mesa Mla; near UERM... cost P350
2. Transmission support - not yet done
3. Lower arm L/R - also not yet done

I came to know a store sa Banawe which exclusively sells Nissan Parts - Youngbros. Parts Centre, Inc., near E-Rod
  Tel # 712-0226/0210; 731-8889
At meron din silans Auto Shop... dun ko sa kanila pinagawa yung Wheel bearing at Rear Shocks replacement ko
 pati na rin yung pagtanggal at pagkabit nung top eng support na pina-rebushing ko,,,

Im recommending them... try to ask them

Front Brake Pads ko napalitan last month lang - ..Cost almost the same - P4784

(sorry for the late reply)
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Post  yoogix on Wed Jul 31, 2013 4:41 am

Buti na lang lang nabasa ko itong reply sir Dbanker, I was planning to go to casa next week. This is helpful information sir Dbanker. Will try to call them next week. May I ask bakit sir hindi pa napalitan yung lower arm bushing at transmission support? Hindi po nila kaya?

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Re: 65k PMS

Post  dbanker on Thu Aug 01, 2013 9:06 am

Sir,
lower arm bushing- hintayin ko na lang munang tumunog nang husto...Razz  (sguro 2nd wk na ng August)
transmission support - hindi ako convinced na palitin na... hehehe
upper engine support- might replace it agen ng original kahit na pricey, parang "tumigas" ang tunog ng makina?...Sad 


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Post  yoogix on Thu Aug 01, 2013 12:31 pm

Ah ok sir Dbanker. Regarding sa matigas na tunog ng makina, I think matigas siguro yung bushing/goma na kinabit. Yung original kasi eh masyadong malambot, maaga para sa 3 and a half year nung nabasag or napunit yung goma.

Upside ng malambot na goma, mas less or halos walang vibration na mararamdaman ng passengers, especially ng driver sa loob ng cabin. Downside is, madaling mapunit lalo na kapag lagi binigiyan ng load yung makina or high speed, o kaya naman malubak.

Upside ng matigas na goma, mas stable yung support sa makina at less ang vibration since minimal ang play. Downside is, ramdam ang vibration sa loob ng cabin, at pwedeng magka metal fatigue yung arm assembly ng support mismo.

Ewan ko lang kasi sa kasa, di nila papalitan yung bushing lang, buong assembly ng engine support ang palitan daw nila. Quotation sakin before was 6k kasama na yung fluid type na support sa gilid pati yung transmission support sir.

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Post  dbanker on Thu Aug 01, 2013 8:41 pm

P6k, parang mura, kasi for the top eng support lang- P4,600+ na... that is the whole assy nga,,,
Anyway pag pinalitan ko na yung lower arm, tanungin ko uli yung transmission support...
thanks Sir

keep on posting- matamlay ang forum eh! Sad 
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Post  yoogix on Fri Aug 02, 2013 10:31 am

tahimik nga sir forum lately. Yung 6k na quote sakin is parts palang. labor is 3k sa tatlong parts na yun. so total should be 9+K sir. Next week pa quote ako ulit sa nissan westgate alabang and sched ko na para palitan. matagal tagal na din di napalitan engine support simula nung nasira. Thanks sir.

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Post  yoogix on Thu Sep 26, 2013 3:39 pm

Just an update fellow loopers. I had my 65k change oil filter and top up at shell select. Current mileage is at 66,800 KM.

Shell Helix Ultra 1 litre - 600 pesos
VIC 224 oul filter - 255 pesos

Then just last Saturday I went the Nissan WestGate in Alabang to have the following fixed and/or replaced.

SPARK PLUG X4, 739 per pc
ENGINE SUPPORT LOWER LH
ENGINE SUPPORT LOWER RH
STABILIZER LINK BUSHING FRT LH X2
STABILIZER LINK BUSHING FRT RH X2
STABILIZER BAR BUSHING FRT LH
STABILIZER BAR BUSHING FRT RH
BRAKE FLUIDS
CABIN FILTER

And ordered the following to be inspected, cleaned, adjust first before replacing only if needed:

"Inspect ATF
- Replace if needed
238/PC X5, Drain - Refill only"
Clean, Adjust and inspect BREAKS

The following was performed to my GL.

PARTS:
Spark Plug (4pcs) ------------------------------2,556.02
Brake Fluid 3 Ltr. -------------------------------224.00
Bushing Stabilizer SC11, C11 (2pcs) -------------712.01
Rod Stabilizer (2 pcs) ---------------------------2,731.99
A/C Filter---------------------------------------2,222.00
Insulator Assembly Engine Support --------------2.905.00
Rod Assembly Torque ---------------------------4,601.99
ATF 4 litres -------------------------------------952.00
Less Discount ----------------------------------(1,690.51)

Total Parts -------------------------------------15,214.50

GENERAL JOB/LABOR:
Tune up, Replaced Spark Plugs -------------------800.01
Replaced LH Engine Support ----------------------982.81
Replaced RH Engine Support (Torque Rod) ---------982.80
Replaced Stabilizer Rod Front LH/RH ---------------800.00
Open 4 Wheel, Checked Cleaned all Brakes ---------800.00
Replaced ATF ------------------------------------650.00
Replaced Brake Fluids, Microfilter ------------------650.00
Replaced Stabilizer Bar Bushing Front LH/RH-----------0.00
Less Discount ------------------------------------(566.00)
Workshop Supplies --------------------------------200.00

Total Labor ---------------------------------------5,299.00

Grand Total -----------------------------------20,513.56

Additional Inspection Requested by Owner: Humming Sound coming from front-under when speeding 50kph and above.
Findings: Front Wheel Bearing - wearing out.
Recommendation: Replacement Front LH/RH Wheel Bearing parts 16,200.00, Labor 1,800.00.

To follow ko yung wheel bearing na yan. Hindi pa naman daw grabe, pero huwag na din patagalin kasi baka daw matuyo ng husto at mag stock up ang wheel, worst is madamay ang ibang parts ng wheel hub. Hopefully next month or next next month ma pagawa ko na hehehe. Ingat ingat na lang muna di mag matulin.

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Post  yoogix on Thu Sep 26, 2013 3:55 pm

After the engine job, nawala na yung excessive engine vibrations during startup and at idle. Nawala na din yung "pagka tamad" ni Livi (GL) ko.

The engines purrs smoothly, response is much much better.

Eto yung mga ilang pinalitan na parts.

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Post  dbanker on Mon Oct 07, 2013 10:35 am

nice sir... ako din ipon-ipon muna...Sad 
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