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    AOA guys
    Guy i have a great problem here hope that you guys can solve it . My Altis 1.8 2009 is almost 170 k Driven till now . which also includes 110k Driven on Gas .Now i m having issue of Engine that engine sound became loud .More over it start consuming Mobile oil .On almost 200km drive it ends almost 1 liter of Mobile oil and i have to refill it .i have already overhauled head 3 times in these years .and in january this year i changed the piston rings as well . But Mechanic made a mistake in changing that he put rings after shortening it .any way after 2 months My engines sound changed and it became noisy and start consuming Mobile oil . After checking to 2 or 3 mechanics they said that the only solution is to change the engine . you should swap the engine as engine have became much weaker . so i need Advice according new engine .where to buy and where i can find kabli engine in good condition.


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    my taya has 2010 altis auto the car has done almost 240k and around 170k was done on cng though now removed, but the head assembly has never being opened and no problems Alhumdulillah maintained by toyota capital
    its not sound as before but still gets the job done cng ruins the car i recommended him to change the engine as now the head, piston etc has done enough but toyota says everything is perfect so why touch it jub problem hogi us wqt dekh lein gy
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    Corolla 1.3 liter engines easily go upto 400,000 KM. Why Altis engine should give problem so soon?

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    Altis engine has this issue. Don't know why.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shabbir233 View Post
    Corolla 1.3 liter engines easily go upto 400,000 KM. Why Altis engine should give problem so soon?
    Altis engine 1zzfe is probably the strongest engine z block engines people around the world use 5w-30 in 400-500k driven 1zzfe the problem is if car start burning oil there is no concept of cleaning pcv and breather pipe in pak + pakistani people love 20w-50 oil (for some unknow reason)

    Anyway xli engine 2nzfe have same problem of clogging oil return lines

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    Yeah saboor this concept damages the engine. Straight forwardly 20w50.
    And pcv valve should be checked first as many times its pcv valve.
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    Basic problem here is poster has screwed his engine because of local mechanics, now if he takes his car to Toyota and gets proper diagnosis and estimate of work he can decide what to do next.. it is a fact Toyota overhauled engines last longer then other overhauls..

    Quote Originally Posted by dani_kk View Post
    Qwerty you're just being Toyota biased. Toyota dealership isn't the answer.

    I have swapped a same friends corrolla altis. It was overhauled thrice and still after 50-60k km was throwing smoke and was eating oil.
    I bought him pure jdm engine of Toyota altis
    And he is mashallah enjoying the economy, sound and smooth ride.
    There is no mechanic who can replicate 2 similar swaps.. one guy gets a swap and its working flawless for him but the other guy stumbles upon problems.. There is NO guarantee of of swapped engine since you swapped did you give warranty ? toyotas work has warranty

    Quote Originally Posted by saboor73 View Post
    Which corolla you own?
    As far as I know all corolla sold in pak 1zzfe/3zzfe/2nzfe/2zrfe etc all are very happy with 5w-30 you are using very thick oil
    Mine is 2nzfe
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    How much warranty they give???
    And of what and what kindly mention?

    Do you get warranty of six months or a year?
    Toyota people charge more. Even Honda and every dealership charged more for same kind of work. My dad's friend is a owner of two Suzuki dealership and one Toyota. I know every Kind of work.
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    And yeah i give guarantee of smoke and oil consumption for 15-20 days as per i get. But i work as an unbiased project manager unlike being biased on the engine people, or Toyota people. My only concern is yhr car owner should be enjoying the car and would be trouble free
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    Quote Originally Posted by dani_kk View Post
    And yeah i give guarantee of smoke and oil consumption for 15-20 days as per i get. But i work as an unbiased project manager unlike being biased on the engine people, or Toyota people. My only concern is yhr car owner should be enjoying the car and would be trouble free
    Why is the swap only option? While i was searching a liana, i saw so many lianas too with changed engines. People say that newer car engines cannot be overhauled. But what the ef is there shich doesnt make it worthy of rebuild? The aluminium block or what?

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    Quote Originally Posted by abid110 View Post
    Why is the swap only option? While i was searching a liana, i saw so many lianas too with changed engines. People say that newer car engines cannot be overhauled. But what the ef is there shich doesnt make it worthy of rebuild? The aluminium block or what?
    Mechanic don't know how to work on a "new" engine
    No concept of block stiffening
    No concept of dry icing when changing seleve
    No concept of piston to bore clearance

    BTW who ever told you m13a is aluminium engine is a idiot Suzuki m series engine have steel seleve (very very very tough)

    Swap is easy for them as they don't have too "work hard" just throw out old throw in scrape engine easy money for mechanic

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    Quote Originally Posted by saboor73 View Post
    Mechanic don't know how to work on a "new" engine
    No concept of block stiffening
    No concept of dry icing when changing seleve
    No concept of piston to bore clearance

    BTW who ever told you m13a is aluminium engine is a idiot Suzuki m series engine have steel seleve (very very very tough)

    Swap is easy for them as they don't have too "work hard" just throw out old throw in scrape engine easy money for mechanic
    Steel sleeve matlab?

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    No bro. I would oppose your logic. Mechanics get more money in over hauling.
    They have contacts with kharad people, engineering works, wahan se bhi khatay hain aur mazdoori alag.
    Swap mein toh sirf 4-5k mazdoori hoti hai.
    Plus bro mechanics in Pakistan don't know about efi engines that much. And aluminum and silver blocks are not good for overhauling. Heard many people caught in troubles. To me this issue is because of inaccurate cylinder boring.
    People here are not working on accuracy that much due to lack of technology. I don't support Swapping that much. I'm an overhaul fan but these engines do not work. I've experienced many people coming to me hopeless. They said they've wasted alot of money on overhauling. I've very strong links in market.
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    Quote Originally Posted by abid110 View Post
    Steel sleeve matlab?
    Aluminum k seleve hote hai aam for per engines k aluminium is soft metal get bear much beating steel is relatively strong metal and can take beating

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