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    Default Help: Mechanic for Vitz

    Hey All,

    Can anybody recommend a good mechanic for Toyota Vitz, 1 NZ FE, 1500 CC engine. I recently went to Toyota Township, but came back dissatisfied.

    I guess the car has electronic settings, for which I need help.

    Help Appreciated.

    Thanks,
    Ali


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    i might be able to help, but what is the issue
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    I disconnected the battery and installed a new one. The car started some missing afterwards, but was kind of Okay. now the Rpm hovers between 600 to 800. Also, lately i have started to notice some residue in the exhaust. Before my last oil change, it was not there. (I believe the oil is a little more than the full mark on the dipstick). Also, there is a little strange noise when the fan starts.

    The issue is not huge, but need to get it done with. (For Mental satisfaction also).

    Somehow, I didnt feel that Toyota gave sufficient time or care to the car.

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    Go to Suntech Auto Workshop in the line of Toyota Township. It is near the TCS Courier Office on Pecco Road.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cruizer2000 View Post
    I disconnected the battery and installed a new one. The car started some missing afterwards, but was kind of Okay. now the Rpm hovers between 600 to 800. Also, lately i have started to notice some residue in the exhaust. Before my last oil change, it was not there. (I believe the oil is a little more than the full mark on the dipstick). Also, there is a little strange noise when the fan starts.

    The issue is not huge, but need to get it done with. (For Mental satisfaction also).

    Somehow, I didnt feel that Toyota gave sufficient time or care to the car.
    on my friend's car we removed a fuse to reset the ecu, that resulted in a check light from the cvt and required a calibration from a scan tool, i suspect something similar for your car.

    the oil might be over filled or if you are having bad luck it can be a dented oil sump (under the engine).

    the fan noise could be something stuck near the fan or maybe a bearing
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