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The transmission control box mounted under the cubbyhole keeps on beeping when i drive my toyota verso


What is a transmission control module? A transmission control module makes adjustments based on the data it collects from the different signals it receives. Some of the sensors that communicate with the transmission control module are the brake pedal position sensor, the transmission fluid temperature sensor, the turbine speed sensor and the throttle position sensor. The information that the transmission control module gathers from all of the sensors is important in making determinations regarding smooth gear shifting. Processing this information and sending out the correct signals contributes to better fuel efficiency and better vehicle handling, as well as decreased engine emissions. For instance, the transmission fluid temperature sensor sends signals indicating if the transmission fluid is at the proper temperature. Based on these signals, the transmission can downshift if necessary. The brake pedal position sensor relays information that tells the transmission control module if the driver has applied the brakes. The throttle position sensor helps manipulate the timing of shifting.

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How to set toyota avnza timing


The timing is totally controlled by the ECU. The user cannot change the timing with out changing the firmware of the ECU. Yes, early to mid '90s cars you could set the base timing, but any modern car manufactured after 2000 has no capability for the user to adjust the timing.

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P1653 code


That code is manufacturer-specific and not a part of the base (3-digit) OBD-II codes that are universal.
Toyota uses P1653 to indicate VSV For ACIS Circuit Malfunction
This is the control circuit for the intake air control valve.

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How to set idle speed of toyota yaris


no year, no joy (3 generations and 3 base designs)
first off all modern cars there is no idle set.
that ended back in 1988 with carbs. USA, all my posts are for
USA Cars, if you are not USA< then now the time... to say so.
on EFI cars, the idle is controlled by the ECU at all times.
its one of its major hard jobs.
and is the last thing top work right on all EFI cars.

so, to work on any car, the first thing is to
open hood and find out which of 6 engines, it has.

that is first. after checking all fuses)
the 1999 is the first car, and all 1999+ here are OBD2 engines
and ECU controls idle. totally. at ALL times.
post the symptoms ???

1: what year?
2: what engine. there are many.
3: is the CEL , check engine glowing running
yes, then scan it, to see the DTC errors.
4: is idle to low, say RPM hot or cold engine.
5: is idle too high, say rpm ,hot or cold
6: is idle out of control , varies. hot?


why not post the symptoms and let us guide you on the correct path.




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TOYOTA HIGHLANDER A/C CLIMATE CONTROL NOT FUNCTIONING


Based on the limited information provided, it would appear you have a bad climate control control board. This controls all heater/AC functions including climate control. If you're unable to change temperatures and/or fan speeds, the board is most likely bad and needs replacement.

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My vsc engages all the time what could it be. I hit my brakes one day and now at random times my traction controll engages. Any way to find out why without spending alot.


Ck all fuses
Ck brake fluid level
Ck base of brake pedal for wiring pinched /loose
Are red or yellow brake lights (dash) on = mechanic

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What does the ect button do on a 1989 toyota when it is turned on


ECT stands for Electronically Controlled Transmission. When you push the button in, there should be a light on the dash that says "ECT POWER". This changes the normal shift times (based on engine vacuum, rpm, and throttle position) to a later point. This means simply that the engine rpms will go higher before shifting to a higher gear when you're accelerating. It helps build speed more quickly but uses more gas to do so

Apr 11, 2010 | 1989 Toyota Pickup SR5

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The Maintenance Req indicator light is on. The car is a 2005.


That's a mileage-based indicator that is there to remind the driver that, based on the mileage on the car, some service interval has arrived. It's NOT a signal that there's been a fault or failure. Being that you have a Toyota, the typical timing service interval is every 60k miles (replacement if you have a belt, inspection if you have a chain). At that interval, the water pump, thermostat, accessory belt(s), spark plugs, timing tensioner (for a belt), and all fluids and filters are typically replaced, as well as an inspection of the brakes and suspension, and a tire rotation. It's a costly service but it's important. That's probably why your light has illuminated. Take a look in your owner's manual and look at the maintenance intervals -- you'll see what is due at this time.

Jan 09, 2010 | 2005 Toyota Corolla

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I need an electrical wiring diadgram of Toyota Surf, engine control system area, do you have one?


Try www.alldata.com. They offer a daily subscription service to their data base on most vehicles. Wiring diagrams are part of this data base.

Oct 12, 2009 | 1989 Toyota 4Runner

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Timing belt


not necessarily..visually check the car if required as for a mechanics assistance...this car has been rated one of the best..so i dont this u need to change them until u have a problem with it..extend ur warranty if needed...(got the foll on the net)

Warranty Information

Applicable Warranty*:
R & R of the Speed Sensor, Transaxle, and Torque Converter Clutch Assembly are covered under the Toyota Powertrain Warranty. This warranty is in effect for 60 months or 60,000 miles, whichever occurs first, from the vehicle's in-service date.
R & R of the Engine Control Module is covered under the Toyota Federal Emissions Warranty. This warranty is in effect for 96 months or 80,000 miles, whichever occurs first, from the vehicle's in-service date.

* Warranty application is limited to correction of a problem based upon a customer's specific complaint.

Have a nice day!
tc

Jun 09, 2008 | 2005 Toyota Corolla

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