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Engine tune up for allion 260 2011

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I want to do the engine tune up for allion 260 2011 model.Currently idle RPM is 6000 of my car and also have small vibration on idle mode.

Can you suggest good place for do the engine tune up and average cost for this?

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I want to do the engine tune up for allion 260 2011 model.Currently idle RPM is 6000 of my car and also have small vibration on idle mode.
Can you suggest good place for do the engine tune up and average cost for this?
Idle rpm is "6000" ?

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5 hours ago, TBN86 said:

Sorry.mistake.600

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Toyota Lanka should be able to do it. But could be a bit pricier- Couple of years back for My 260 (2011), they charged me 16K ++ for an ultrasound injector cleaning and tune up.( Not sure whether they changed the coolant also)  I can remember there was a place called Vishnu lanka mentioned in one of the older posts. He should be VFM. Just browse and see-  Also Narahenpita i can remember someone called Mario- I dont know whether he is in the trade still. 

But pls dont give it to makabasses. They can really ruin the show for you quoting low prices

Seems like you are running at a low idle - why don't you swap the air filter and see first? Generally a tune up is recommended every 30K

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I went to auto miraj and changed the plugs and done the EFI tune up because plugs has to change.but still RPM is 600 when P and srop in the D.still very small vibration.when car stop (break) in traffic after 10 - 15s rpm come to 600.at that time start the small vibration.there is no jerk when drive the car.fuel consumption 9-10 in traffic and 17 - 20 in highway.current millage is 130k.i want to know is this normal or any other problem?

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1 hour ago, TBN86 said:

I went to auto miraj and changed the plugs and done the EFI tune up because plugs has to change.but still RPM is 600 when P and srop in the D.still very small vibration.when car stop (break) in traffic after 10 - 15s rpm come to 600.at that time start the small vibration.there is no jerk when drive the car.fuel consumption 9-10 in traffic and 17 - 20 in highway.current millage is 130k.i want to know is this normal or any other problem?

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With AC off the 600 RPM is normal. When the AC is kicked on it could go to 750 RPM. This was the my observation with my previous 121 and the Premio. Your vibration may be due to bad Engine mounts.

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Thanks.but with AC on some rpm remain 600.i will check engine mounts because still use orginal mounts 

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On 5/21/2018 at 3:36 PM, TBN86 said:

Sorry.mistake.600

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There's no such thing as a tune up for your car,..just get new plugs, air filter,and clean the throttle body and chk the pcv.Your idle speed is electronically set by the ECU.

How have you maintained the transmission? get the fluid and filter changed  at TL.

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4 hours ago, Twin Turbo said:

There's no such thing as a tune up for your car,..just get new plugs, air filter,and clean the throttle body and chk the pcv.Your idle speed is electronically set by the ECU.

How have you maintained the transmission? get the fluid and filter changed  at TL.

Normally i do service at auto miraj for every 4500km.last time i did not changed the air filter.

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On 5/21/2018 at 10:05 AM, TBN86 said:

I want to do the engine tune up for allion 260 2011 model.Currently idle RPM is 6000 of my car and also have small vibration on idle mode.

Can you suggest good place for do the engine tune up and average cost for this?

Well it is always wise to keep the motor in pristine condition. Generally it will cost about 10,000 LKR to do a proper EFI "tune up". 

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7 hours ago, TBN86 said:

Normally i do service at auto miraj for every 4500km.last time i did not changed the air filter.

  4500km? That is too regular no?

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I own an Axio 141 (2007) with a 135,000km. So here are some of my knowledge on engine tune up which I've learnt on YouTube & forums along with the experience on my car.

Tune up is a maintenance to make the car run RIGHT. Which is to increase performance, fuel efficiency & to reduce future repairs. 

1. Changing engine oil. Change ur engine oil every 5,000 to 6,000 km. Always remeber engine oil is cheap but engine repairs are very expensive. I use 'Mobil 2000, semi synthetic 5W30' apprx 3.3 litres. I buy oils & filters at Panchikawatta (Mobil 2000 oil 1L 1200/=, VIC oil filter 1,000, toyota air filter 3,500 & cabin air filter 1,000) and i change it at a service centre for just 500/=. This way i save around 3,000 to 5,000 if i had it done at a service centre. 

2. Oil additives. I've added Liqui Moly 'Ceratec' to my engine on my last oil change after lots of research on YouTube & reviews so i used abt 3.1 litres of 5W30 + 190ml of ceratec. I was pretty happy & satisfied with the results. Engine started to run alot smoother & quiter (less vibration even when starting a cold engine, quite idle plus my fuel economy has improved). This costs 3,600 yet its a long term investment which its effects might last upto another 3 or 4 oil changes. I highly recommend. 

3. Filters. Its very important to change ur filters at the right intravels for optimal performance. Use OEM filters. Dont buy cheap oil & air filters to save money. Change ur oil filter on every oil change intravel and ur air filters if their dirty. Cz clean air filters helps to breathe clean uninterrupted air to the engine in return it gives performance & good fuel economy. Next is ur cabin air filter. Its very cheap so that u can change it at every oil change intravels for a cleaner A/C. 

4. Throttle body & MAF sensor. This is a very simple DIY maintenance to improve cars fuel efficiency, performance & engine tune though many forgets. Just buy a Throttle body cleaner spray and a MAFS cleaner/Contact cleaner would cost 2,500 for both or less. There are plenty of videos on YouTube so plz refer before starting. Do the cleaning on every oil change intravels for keep ur car at its optimal performance. Trust me it will make a great improvement. 

5. Fuel system. I've had very good experience of using Liqui Moly Injection cleaner (900/=)  poured directly in to the fuel tank. Had noticeable changes in throttle response & a smoother idle with increase in fuel economy along with internally it helps to clean fuel injectors & more (I've used it before i add the ceratec so i know it made a difference, hence now with ceratec i see the same differances without it so i knw ceratec works good too! But to clean ur fuel system this cleaner would definitely helps). I suggest it to use it on ur every oil change or as the company suggests to use every 2,000km. But all i can say is that it works!

6. Spark plugs. Just check ur spark plugs at a service centre. Usually they lasts from 50k to 100k km depending on the driving conditions. So change them if needed. It only cost around 2,000 per spark plug. Hense bad spark plug means poor performance & bad fuel consumption. I changed & the results were just amazing. 

7. Others. Good tyres. Right tyre pressure around 32psi. Coolant (red). Wheel alignment.

Hope these would help.

Good luck

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