Question about 2004 Toyota ECHO
Check the following for black smoke from tail pipe:
- Fuel pump pressure, too low.
- Regulating valve.
- Fuel injectors.
- Element air cleaner.
- Mass air flow sensor.
- Engine coolant temperature sensor.
- Contaminated fuel.
- Heated Oxygen sensor.
Posted on Feb 11, 2014
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