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    aoa . its my first post in this group i appreciate your work all of you for being in such a group. just a day back i got toyota passo hana 2011 , but i dont know much about it . i want to change engine oil and transmission oil and any other maintenance plx...


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    There are so many other threads within the same group where you can find the similar questions/answers with lot of options.

    However, as a quick reply.

    Engine oil: 0w-20, 5w-30, 0w-30. SN, SM Grade.
    Transmission oil: CVT (but make sure first that its CVT)
    Brake oil: Dot3, Dot4 or Dot5.
    Coolant: Toyota Long Life. (or there are couple of German coolants available here).
    Change oil & air filter with every oil change. Blow the airfilter after every 1K km.
    This car comes with electrical steering, hence no need power oil.

    Tire pressure: 28 psi. Same in all 4 tires.

    Choose petrol station that provides better quality fuels.

    Change the spark plugs every 20K.

    Do not top up the brake oil. Because its level only drops when brake discs are done. So make a quick check of brake & suspension every after 5K.
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