Question about 2001 Toyota Echo
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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
SOURCE: set clock on echo 2001
Turn the radio off.
Press 4 and while holding it press seek up. The clock will reset to 1:00.
To adjust the hour press and hold AM and then 1.
To adjust the minute press and hold AM and then 2.
Turn the radio on when finished.
I hope this helps
Posted on Apr 09, 2009
It's really easy to remove the rear speakers. First, get in the trunk and find the 3 white anchors for the rear deck-they're near the rods for the trunk mechanism. Push them through the metal frame to free the deck. Next, you have to get in the back seat and remove the stop light from the deck. To do this, push in the pins on the locking mechanisms on either side of the light to free the back casing. Pull the pins out and the casing off. Next, undo the two bolts holding the stop light in place and pull it off-don't forget to undo the wiring harness. Next, find the three anchoring points for the back seat. Gently lift the two side ones free of their anchors. This gives you access underneath the deck. Free the deck and gently lift it over the seat. You'll have to jimmy it a little to get the locking clamps free--they're all along the back of the deck. Pull it free and you have access to the speakers. I believe the factory speakers are 5 1/4 inches
Try to use Toyota speaker adapter plugs so you don't need to cut wires and mess the electric system up. You can get them from Ebay or Amazon.
Posted on Oct 14, 2009
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Posted on Mar 05, 2010
My suggestion is to get a repair manual if your going to work on your
own vehicle, and it's easy and inexpensive to get a high quality repair
manual. To be better prepared, read up on the job you're about to
perform, it will show you component locations, bolt torque settings and
what special tools you'll need.
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Posted on Nov 16, 2010
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