Question about Scion xA
I'm especially having a problem wit it catching up on my tire when I turn. My husband says its expensive to have it replaced. I'm sure it's more expensive for a new car if this keeps bugging me. Lol do you know about how much it may cost me? It's a 2004
Go to a salvage yard and get different wheel liners.. rip the old ones out..put the new ones in..
Posted on Dec 26, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The Air Filter on your SCION Xa .
Is located at Engine compartment DRIVER side. Near the battery
If you follow the Big rubber hose comin from the intake goin to a Black box.
The black BOX. The Plastic Black BOX Has a few metal Clips. to Open.
Inside is the Air Filter...
I hope this help on your question.
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Posted on Sep 14, 2008
It almost sounds like you have a heat shield that is loose on your exhaust system. Let it cool, and try to reach under, lightly bumping the exhaust pipes with your hand. If you hear any rattle noises, or squeeks then you have a loose shield. you can ither remove the shield, or try to use a large clamp to go around it and tighten it up.
Posted on Dec 14, 2008
SOURCE: IAT location on my Scion XA
Your intake air temperature sensor is part of the MAF (mass airflow sensor) and located right off the air filter housing in the large tube going to the throttle body.Its held on with 2 screws and has a 5 wire electrical plug going to it.
Posted on Apr 24, 2009
there is a fuse under the dash (on the driver side) behind the little cubby hole by your left knee the cubby pulls out and fuses are located behind replace the "ACC" fuse it is a 15 amp fuse.
Posted on Apr 25, 2009
SOURCE: how to fix remote car key
1.Insert key in ignition and pull out
2. Within 5 seconds, insert the key in the ignition and pull out again.
3. Within 40 seconds, close and open the driver's door twice, then insert and remove the key from the ignition again.
4. Within 40 more seconds, close and open the driver's door twice, then insert the key in the ignition and close the driver's door.
5. Turn ignition switch from LOCK to ON to OFF three times, leaving the key on for one second and off for one second each time.
6. Remove the key from the ignition lock.
The doors will lock and unlock themselves at about 2 second intervals. The number of times that the doors lock is the number of remotes that are programmed into the car. If the car locks/unlocks 5 times, there are no codes registered.
Posted on Oct 01, 2009
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