Question about 2002 Toyota ECHO
In hospital for over 1 year, I have a 2002 Toyota Echo which now has bad gas. Don't want to run the risk of starting up and having costly repairs. Can I just siphon the tank? What is best way to get rid of all the old gas? Please help me if you can. Thank you so very much!
How do you know the gasoline is bad? I have seen vehicles stand for several years and then start okay.Siphoning out through the filler cap is usually fairly hard to do as most cars today have a device in the neck of a tank to stop theft. If you really wanted to remove all the gas I would suggest using a hose of no more than half an inch in diameter. This may just fit down through the filler neck, you would have to play with it to be able to get it all the way to the bottom.
Posted on Feb 19, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I hav a toyota echo 2001 with 108,000 millage.Recently when i just starting to drive there is some noise coming frpm rt front side ,but not offen only some times even this is not related to speeding can start with 0-5 mile/h. its seems to be broken something (like clicking noise). I checked with all repair stores, pepboys unfortunatly no body knowes what is wrong with this car.some of them saying it is axel or strut or bearing problem some of them do not know.please help me what to do ? if htis is save to drive?
Posted on Oct 07, 2008
A P0171 code does not indicate a vacuum leak; it indicates a dirty mass air flow sensor. This device is located between the air filter box and the intake manifold. Locate it, unplug the wire harness, and remove the 2 screws that holds it onto the intake pipe. Look down inside th sensor, you will see 2 small wires, that are probably covered with fuzzy things...using a spray cleaner, such as brake cleaner, spray the 2 wires until they are clean and shiny. Do NOT use compressed air, that will damage the sensor. When it is clean; reinstall it and drive it. The computer will recognize the now clean sensor, and your troubles will be over.
Posted on May 19, 2009
SOURCE: 2000 toyota echo, wheel bearings
I found this site to be very helpful with this job: http://www.toyotanation.com/forum/showthread.php?s=714b28cb1c3f77f992209de0bdbfbd13&p=2481776#post2481776
Posted on Sep 23, 2008
The fan is under the pass dash, remove the glove box and you should see it, 1 plug and 3 8 mm screws.
Posted on Sep 22, 2009
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