Question about Scion xA
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
what u do is go to your local auto supply store and buy throttlebody cleaner you remove the rubber hose from the throttle body with the engine off of course u open the throttle and spray cleaner in it then use a tooth brush inside it replace the hose done
except it will be hard to start the first time crank engine over with foot to the floor on the gas pedal do not pump it
Posted on Oct 19, 2008
Recommended oil is 5W30. You can go one step better by using a synthetic 5W30 oil. It may a bit more expensive than conventional oil but it will extend the life of your car's engine (as long as oil changes are done on a regular basis). Cheers!
Posted on Dec 17, 2009
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Remove the three bolts and two screws from the front of the lens. You will need a ten mm socket with and extension to reach the outside recessed bolt. The other two are located directly in front of the radiator area and are easily removed. You may need to remove one or two screws holding the rubber seal. That depends on your model and year. Head light unit now slides out forward and allows access to the bulb connections. You may have to wiggle it a bit to get it to move.
More detailed procedure as follows:--
Open up the hood. Get the Phillips Screw Driver in Hand. There is 4 Tabs with screws in them that hold the xA's Headlight on. Take the Screw driver and remove all the screws from those 4 points.
In order to remove the bottom screw, you will have to pull away the bumper Up then Out Slowly and Gently at these points.
Then push the bumper down, very little, just enough to stick the Phillips screw driver in and remove the 4th screw. It is alot easier than it sounds. After you remove the screws, gently pull out the headlight, remove the bulbs, (which in turn frees the headlight) and finish removing the headlight.
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Posted on Aug 31, 2010
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