Toyota Echo 2004 Hatchback "Check Engine" light on
My 2004 echo has the check engine light on. I also noticed that my oil light was on as well as my battery light would not turn off, and also the airbag light. I was having a hard time to start the car so I got someone to give me a battery boost. Is this a case of low battery power? Oil refill (I checked the oil it says full), or anything dreadful to the engine? Please advise.
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If it is an ignition miss, it should turn the check engine light on and give you a code for which cylinder. A fuel problem or mechanical problem would not always make the warning light come on. Once the engine warms up the O2 sensor gives the computer data to cut back on fuel. You might want to check the computer for trouble codes to see if anything has been stored.
take it to autozone and have the fault codes read for free
the charcoal cannister that they speak of is the EVAP cannister and if there is a problem with it it will show as a fault code
it has a purge valve and a purge valve solenoid for operation , both of which can be replaced separately
when you hear" I think " , time to find an accredited service center that has experience on your make pf vehicle and get a second opinion
the gas tank neck is a rubber section and comes up in the code as a small leak
a simple loose gas cap will put the light on
I have two echo at home a 2001 and a 2004 bought new the two of them. And my sister bought a 2003 new herself. They always function that way. As long as the temperature light dont close (showing the fonction temp is ok)the trans dont go in third in normal use