Question about 2005 Toyota Yaris 1.3
The car seems to struggle to move at a fast speed. it takes forever to pick up speed so i was wondering if I am expecting too much from it i.e. if its a 3 speed forward drive.
The Toyotas have on the flexy hose connecting the throttle body and the air filter the hot wire air flow meter. Just remove the connecting plug, unscrew the two screws and pull it off. On turning it you should see deeper the hot wire element which when is dirty cuts out the power of the engine on acceleration and causing it to like a donkey. The only thing you have to do is just remove the "O" ring on the outer side and by using a carburator cleaner spray on the hot wire well to wash it and let it dry on its own. Fit the "O" ring and screw it back on the flex hose and drive it.
Posted on Jan 25, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
because its still a new car try go back to the dealer, they often keep spares and sometimes are kind enough to give them to you, other times you need to buy it off them can cost up to $40 from them but they can definately supply them to you
Posted on Jun 22, 2010
SOURCE: I have recently purchased car
I suspect gears are arranged in the same manner as US-marketed vehicles, PRND21, with B and S representing a mid and low gear. Not sure where you are in the world or what the original market for the VITZ is, but the Yaris is sold in the US as well.
Posted on Oct 06, 2010
IF YOU HAVE CARBURETOR. IDLE SPEED TOO HIGH NEED ADJUSTING. CHECK ACCELERATOR LINKAGE OR CABLE COULD BE IN A BIND CAUSING HIGH IDLE SPEED.MAKE SURE THE ACCELERATOR PEDAL FLOOR MAT NOT IN THE WAY.CHECK CARBURETOR MOUNTING BOLTS.RETIGHTEN TO MAKE YOU DONT HAVE A VACUUM LEAK BETWEEN CARBURETOR GASKET AND INTAKE MANIFOLD THAT WILL CAUSE HIGH IDLE SPEED.IF YOU HAVE FUEL INJECTION ENGINE LET A GARAGE SET THE TIMING AND IDLE.
Posted on Nov 22, 2010
SOURCE: I have had a 120,000
The 175 and 150 readings accpetible the 120 and 110 are low. Are you burning oil .All of these readings should be with in 15%of each other .And 120,000 is not a lot of miles for for this vehicle the rings would not be the first thing i would think of although there is something wrong here. I would look at valve problems or head gasket possabaly See what the spark plugs look like on the two high cylinders and compare them to the two low cylinders make sure they worn't loose the plugs should be kind of a tan color if the engine is running good if there black and wet then there is a problem. Honstly something dosn't sound right here if the vehicle was running OK and you brought it in for service and then your told you need to rebuild your engine. Check the plugs and mabey have a differant mechinac look at it good luck
Posted on Feb 02, 2011
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