Question about 2003 Toyota ECHO
Probably not if the one with the blown head gasket ran the other engine should to .
Make sure the engines are compatibule if so you missed something when hooking it up dubble check your wireing and connections .
Its likely something simple stand back look at it from a different prospetive their is a lot to do and think about when installing new engines in a short peroid time its in look at from a different angle .
Posted on Apr 27, 2015
Pull up the diagnostic trouble codes.
Please Check the following areas:
1. ECM power source circuit and ground circuit.
2. Crankshaft position sensor
3. Camshaft position sensor
4. Ignition system
6. VC output circuit
More over check the ignition confirmation signal on number 2 wire while cranking the engine.
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Posted on Apr 27, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
may be oil feed to cylinder head replace gasket
Posted on Apr 20, 2009
SOURCE: blown head gasket
Look the engine over and see if you can find any external leaks, change the thermostat and make sure that fan(s) are operating.
Check the oil for water...loosing that much, it has to show up somewhere. Blown headgasket usually puts oil in coolant or coolant in oil, causes an external leak from between head and block or goes out through the tailpipe as steam.
look carefully and you will find your problem!!
Posted on Apr 27, 2009
When a cylinder is misfiring, this dirupts the balance of the engine and the computer is sometimes unable to compensate during a misfire.
This also, can often cause erratic engine behaviour...and shaking like a tank.
It may simply be a bad spark plug, HT lead, or something more serious.
Have the onboard diagnostics checked first - this will indicate which (if any) electrical component is at fault.
This can be done by a local Toyota dealership, with the correct scanning equipment.
Posted on Nov 12, 2009
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