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Oil from 2000 Toyota Echo automatic transmission is some how going into the engine oil. What is causing this and how do I get it fixed?

A mechanic friend noticed the antifreeze has turned read and thinks radiator has a compartment leak letting the Transmission oil get into the Antifreeze. What should I do about it?

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Probable radiator replacement

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My toyota echo when i accelerate it the rpm going down why is that?


Possible fuel problems. Dirty fuel filter or injectors....this can also be an ignition problem. If any codes showing up have them checked at any Autozone for free

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check transmission fluid and notice color if dark red or maroon a trans mission fluid and filter change is in order/everybody changes the oil/filter but not transmission fluid and filter this is working 10 more and hard than the engine!/sorry when off ! sound like no overdrive concern could be stuck valve onside trans (please note when pan is dropped a little metal is normal chucks is not)good luck!

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Should I fix my oil leak in my 1986 Toyota Camry 1986 4 cyl.?


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Toyota Echo manuel transmission noisy


Check if:-
- It is squealing or squeaking noise, the thrust bearing is at fault and need to be replaced.
- The noise varies when accelerating or decelerating, check the engine mounts and muffler Re torque all the suspension nuts and bolts. Also have a look in the engine bay area for any loose component.
- Noise is heard in any particular gear, then the transmission may require major repair.
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Sluggish lack of power especially cold engine on a 2000 toyota echo 1.5 l, auto with 70,000 miles


I would suggest changing your oil and your fuel filter this will most likley fix your problem.

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Fluid capacities and fluid specs


2000 TOYOTA TACOMA 2.7L 4-cyl Engine Code 3RZ-FE

Engine Oil Grade 1......API* All TEMPS......5W-30 Optional ..10W-30
Engine, 2WD, with filter..........5.5 liters
Engine, 4WD, with filter..........5.4 liters

Manual Transmission,......GL-5/ GL-4 All TEMPS......75W-90
Automatic Transmission,A340E......AF3 / A43D......AF3

Differential, Front/ Rear W/ ADRD......GL-5 ALL TEMPS......75W-90
Differential, Front Less ADRD......GL-5 ALL TEMPS......80W-90

Transfer Case,......GL-4/GL-5 ALL TEMPS......75W-90 Gear oil.

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Cooling System, Initial Fill..........8.5 liters
Automatic Transmission, A340E Initial Fill..........1.6 liters
Automatic Transmission, A340F Initial Fill..........2 liters
Automatic Transmission, A43D Initial Fill..........2.4 liters
Automatic Transmission, Total Fill
4 speed A340E..........7.2 liters
4 speed A340F..........10.1 liters
4 speed A43D..........6.5 liters
Manual Transmission, ..........2.5 liters
Differential, With ADRD Front..........1.2 liters
Differential, Without ADRD Front..........1.1 liters
Differential, 2WD V6 Rear..........2.6 liters
Differential, 4WD Extra Long Rear..........2.5 liters
Differential, Short WB With LSD Rear..........2.7 liters
Differential, Short WB Without LS Rear..........2.6 liters
Transfer Case, Electronic..........1.2 liters
Transfer Case, STD..........1 liters


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Engine sound when speeding up


the problem you are describing sounds like you have a loose rod bearing which is common on a engine with that many miles on it and under excelleration yes!! it will knock with it knocking to that degree for any lenght of time! putting new bearing in won;t fix it!! cause damage to the cracnshaft has already arose you will need to pull the motor and change the crank and bearings or replace the motor

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Power streeing oil leeking under from car


Your Camry uses ATF ( Automatic Transmission Fluid). Your going to have to get the leak repaired, common cause is the high pressure hose is leaking and soon it will fail 100% and your going to lose your power steering. Worst is the ATF is flammable and if it hits a hot spot like the exhaust manifold, it will catch fire. Good luck and hope this helps, and don't let the fluid get too low. Low fluid in your steering pump will cause damage. 

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2000 toyota echo, transmission won't shift to 4th


First thing to do is check the fluid level if that ok you may want to think about having the transmission filter and fluid changed, there are other possibilities but check these first

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