Question about 2008 Scion Xd
Have your brakes checked you may have worn the brakes out and the noise is the brakes rubbing on metal !! not good and may well be expensive.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
To reset your maintenance reminder system (even if the light hasn't
come on yet), you'll need to turn your key to on (but don't start!) and
make sure your odometer is on TRIP A. Then key off. Press and hold the
Odometer/Trip button. While holding down on the button, key the
ignition to on (Don't start the engine!) The display panel will count
down from "------" to "-"Continue pressing the button until the Trip A
is displayed. After this step, you are done.
Here can find one video about this procedure: Youtube vj7kK5i2tPc
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Posted on Dec 29, 2009
SOURCE: were is the oil filter
2008 Scion xD oil filter is a cartridge (element only) type. It is located under a heavy, black plastic cap right next to the oil drain plug. To remove the cap, you will need a Toyota "Special Service Tool" or an Assenmacher Specialty Tools "TOY640" or similar cap wrench. Toyota is the only source for the oil filter element; make sure you get a new o-ring (should be in the box with the filter element) and a new drain plug gasket.
Posted on Jan 16, 2010
as long as you keep your outside diameter the same, you can use a rang of sizes. check with your tire tire size and call a tire shop. they will give you a list of sizes still within your diameter.
Posted on Feb 22, 2010
Scion XD's are of a choice few that uses a Drop in filter as opposed to screw on types.
The filter housing is on the passenger side of the oil pan. The filter housing unscrews counter clockwise. Just put an oil pan underneath to catch the little bit of oil that leaks out. Pull the filter element out of the cartridge housing. Put the new filter element into the housing, remove the old O-ring on the filter housing, replace the O-ring on the filter element housing that is provided with the "new" filter element. It's always a good idea to lightly coat that new O-ring with motor oil before putting it on the housing, providing a better seal. Then with the new O-ring and filter element installed in the filter housing, just screw it on clockwise. It's really not much different than the old style screw-on type filters. The only place, so far, that sells the Xd element that I am aware of is Toyota. They are about $6 a piece. On a difficulty scale of 1 -10, I would declare this a (1.5). (1) being a regular screw-on type filter, and (1.5) for the cartridge type filter on the Xd.
Posted on Mar 04, 2010
This should work.
Turn the ignition key to the OFF’ position with the odometer reading shown. Turn the ignition key to the ‘ON’ position while holding down the trip meter reset knob. Hold down knob for at least 5 seconds. The light goes off, and the display shows zero for 1 second and changes to the odometer reading. If the system fails to restart, the light will remain on or keep flashing.
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Posted on Mar 08, 2010
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