Urgent Help Needed for Myvi (Engine Parts)

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Hi guys, I'm a newbie here.. Previously loved to just watch comments & getting information from this site but i decided to register as a member here because i needed to look for an answer to the following questions.

I screwed up recently with my Myvi Extreme 1.5 Manual due to excessive work loads & judging from my current mileage from my due service which is in another 1.2k. The engine was totally dry of engine oil & as a result.. produced noises from the rods & bearing.

Went off to the local workshop to check in Segambut & here's wud they wanted me to get for the parts as i was super insistent on quality and/or original parts (Be it OEM i dun mind too) :proud:

Those are the price for the parts i managed to source.
For Myvi 1.5 Lagi Best
1. 1set overhaul kit (RM 400)
2. 3 piece engine mounting (RM360)
3. 2 piece radiator hose (upper & lower) Upr RM11 ; Lower RM17
4. 1 piece fan belt (RM35)
5. 2 tin coolant (toyota) RM19.30
6. 1 set Spark plugs ( Iridium Power or higher grade if possible ) (RM120)

myvi 1.5 lagi best manual extreme
8pc ezkos valve (20) @ Japan Stocks
1set piston ring (70)
1pc piston cond.rod (RM180)
1set piston cond.rod bearing (size 0.20) (RM80) @ Japan stocks
1set crankshaft bearing ( standard size) (RM100) @ Japan stocks


All prices above are Original parts except those marked with @ Japan stocks as the parts seller mentions it is from Japan... :adore:

So question here is... Is original parts or Japan stocks better in quality & endurance? :hmmmm:
 

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Japan and original are both pretty good for Myvi.

And those prices you got are cheap!
 

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Just go for original parts whenever possible if money is not an issue. Unless u r certain that the Japan part is genuine and not just some cap Japan
 

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how to know which japan part brand is good? any examples?
If it's original Daihatsu or original Toyota (unlikely.. passo stopped production a while ago I think) it's gonna be good. But probably expensive.
 

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the engine has been rebuild but even after changing.the engine oil pump & switch it still has the engine oil check light on. what may be the problem? fuel filter is also replaced FYI
 

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the engine has been rebuild but even after changing.the engine oil pump & switch it still has the engine oil check light on. what may be the problem? fuel filter is also replaced FYI
get your foreman to use the obd2 scanner to scan & read the fault code, could be a faulty sensor.
 

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The foremen in charge for my car's was on leave since 30/12/2017 till 3/1/2018... He says that he has since changed the original oil pump(or is it called engine oil pump i'm confused) when the check engine oil indicator lights up after he starts the engine ( which indicates low oil pressure/low engine oil in engine), so he changed a new oil pump switch (is this what you meant when you talked about some sensor?) but after installing everything & the lights were still there after starting the engine again..

They did, use a computer to scan the problem but it is still showing faulty E/O Pump switch... When i last left the workshop last saturday on 30/12/ .. They were seen disassembling the engine for the 3rd time after the sub-foremen just can't seem to figure out what seems to be the problem even after troubleshooting the related error with that light...

What astonished me was... the engine is silent & doesn't seem to have any noticeable error during engine start, but only the error lights were illuminating.. To play safe the mechanic's suggested to solve the error lights first to prevent any damages that lead to more unnecessary money to be spent on...
 

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my check engine light on my chery eastar lit up for 2 months, there was nothing wrong with the engine,
ended up it was a faulty battery, once changed no more check engine light.
maybe you could look into that as well.
 

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my check engine light on my chery eastar lit up for 2 months, there was nothing wrong with the engine,
ended up it was a faulty battery, once changed no more check engine light.
maybe you could look into that as well.
You did not hook up to OBD2 to check? Tiggo kena faulty O2 sensor bank 1....
 

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The foremen in charge for my car's was on leave since 30/12/2017 till 3/1/2018... He says that he has since changed the original oil pump(or is it called engine oil pump i'm confused) when the check engine oil indicator lights up after he starts the engine ( which indicates low oil pressure/low engine oil in engine), so he changed a new oil pump switch (is this what you meant when you talked about some sensor?) but after installing everything & the lights were still there after starting the engine again..

They did, use a computer to scan the problem but it is still showing faulty E/O Pump switch... When i last left the workshop last saturday on 30/12/ .. They were seen disassembling the engine for the 3rd time after the sub-foremen just can't seem to figure out what seems to be the problem even after troubleshooting the related error with that light...

What astonished me was... the engine is silent & doesn't seem to have any noticeable error during engine start, but only the error lights were illuminating.. To play safe the mechanic's suggested to solve the error lights first to prevent any damages that lead to more unnecessary money to be spent on...
Hope this help.
 

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