Question about 2010 Toyota Auris 1.33
The fuel gage is flashing two bars at the top and one bar at the bottom. the water temperature and increased by one bar. the car has been making a loud noise for a while but has increased the last few days. there is oil, water in the car but yesterday the noise stopped and the car sounded very good untill it started making a very loud hissing/banging noise and the messages were flashing and i had to turned the car off. i left it for twenty mins and turned it on and drove it a few yards and parked it up.
You need a scan tool hooked up and the fault codes read that are recorded when these warning lights came on. That is the starting point to understand what has failed here.
Posted on May 19, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I would think that your parking brake cables and/or the park brake pivots may be seized. It appears that your rear brakes are being kept on by one or both of the abovementioned problems.
Posted on Oct 06, 2008
funny smell ??EP oil which is gearbox oil .heavy noise front diff area ,this is a costa packet job hope your father is mechanicaly minded and likes you enough to change diff unit for you .so take the rubbish out paint the house tidy bedroom and generally **** up so he changes it for you
Posted on Nov 21, 2008
your car is over heating but even if you look at the temp it could be wrong if there if no water on it to tell it the temp but like motor 1258
said check your cooling system and also go to a shop that will see if you need to replace your head gasket also thermostat may be stuck. hop that helps
Posted on Nov 30, 2008
I would buy a cheap Votage meter from Walmart or Radio Shack and check voltage at the Battery. It should be 12.5 or more. Red positive lead of meter goes to red Battery wire. Black lead goes to black Battery wire on top of Battery.
You can check Alternator charging too, the same way The Voltage should jump to 12.8-13.5 volts. My Toyota would shut off and then start back up after moving the connection to the big fuses in the engine compartment Good Luck.
Posted on May 27, 2009
Sounds like a battery problem. The clicking sound is usually the starter solenoid trying to engage the starter but not enough voltage or amps. There has to be enough power or you will not be able to move shifter assuming you pushed the brake pedal down while trying to shift out of park. And, it hasn't been noted whether it is a manual or auto trans.
Posted on Dec 12, 2009
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