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Hi I have a Toyota avensis with 1azfse motor ,overhauled it and replaced absolutely everything including injectors,now it overfuels so much that the oil smells of petrol

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The only positive way to check if the oil pump is working and therefore there is correct oil pressure is to temporary install a non-electrical oil pressure gauge that uses a small copper tubing to sample the oil/pressure and drive a needle on the gauge. Depending on temperature, idle should register about 20+psi. Having done this and confirmed that indeed there is sufficient oil pressure then it may simply be a defective oil sending unit. Otherwise, no or low oil pressure at idle is an indicator that the engine needs to be opened up again.

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Posted on Jul 24, 2008

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SOURCE: petrol in engine oil mazda mx5

have a compression check done

Posted on Sep 28, 2008

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SOURCE: toyota previa petrol smell

I had similar problem some months ago it turned out to be the pipe under wheel arch (corroded) where cap filler is.
my problem was solved by replacing pipe which is connected to rubber pipe fixed to tank and filler hose from filler cap.
tools neede llong large cross head screwdriver, small socket set ( 12 mm , 13mm , 14mm) 150 mm extension bar. to remove bracket bolts
possibly some new pipe clips as others may be corroded.
you will need to jack up car and remove wheel to gain access.
took me about 1 hr, somebody with competent DIY skills should be able to deal in couple of hrs
check with dealer as there are two different pipes on different models one is longer.
my one was the one with the piggybacked overflow pipe.
small hands are advantage
Ian

Posted on Oct 21, 2008

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It might be internal filter which is front of oil pan which is towards front of car

Posted on Sep 19, 2009

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SOURCE: Toyota Avensis T99

replace the thermostat its stuck open

Posted on Nov 28, 2010

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hello and greetings
i have been following avensis even before it came to existence, i mean to say i owned a toyota carina diesel td, before then an avensis 2002 first generation and now avensis second generation 2008 and all of them were diesel.
i found carina and avensis gen 1 to be easily manageable and easy to replace daily parts like lights and engine parts. i got impressed with carina thats why i bought avensis both are brilliant cars with minimal hokus pokus and focus being on the engine and long running machines with very or no visits to garage. due to change in environment laws and advancement in technology, the latest avensis is much more quiet, effective and runs very good , still toyota has kept it simple when it comes to interior and outlook, but the engine of the avensis has become more effective and powerful and also smooth.
few things to keep in mind is that that gen 2 avensis has egr and diesel particulate filter, these can clogged if the avensis is driven less and short tours, in my case this is not the problem. i already have spare diesel particulate filter and turbo with me bought on internet, in case it goes wrong. would like to mention that a friend of mine have mercedes and the dealer has advised him to drive on a long tour every year for over 180km to keep the engine from dying.
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so as you see the pros are more than cons and hence making it the first choice

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Remove Back Seat of 2007 Toyota Avensis to replace seatbelt


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I have a 2001 toyota rav4 jdm spec with a 1azfse engine & it missidles and consumes alot of fuel . i replaced injectors, ecm, high pressure fuel pump, intank pump, regulator, high pressure fuel...


The problem is the ECU (89661-42xxx). It must be either replaced or repaired. Mine was sent to www.otherdeal.com
and was repaired. Buying a new one was way too unafordable for me (alost $1500 ---USED, NOT EVEN NEW---).

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