Question about 2007 Toyota Yaris
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Check online in other forums of this particular issue. Others may have had the same issue and have found answers through other sites online. Sound like a bad sending unit "fuel gauge sensor". Unfortunatly, it may be a requirement to remove the fuel tank to gain access to this fuel sensor. If you dont have the means to repair this problem you can always keep track by the mileage that you put on your vehicles tripometer. I know thats a pain but it wont cost you any money until you choose to have the repair done.Estimate your mpg's and the size of your fuel tank by the gallons, and multiply the two. Be sure to keep track and have enough fuel not to run out! Its always better to keep half a tank than an eighth of a tank!
Posted on Feb 27, 2009
I had the same problem. A computer check showed that the emission system was having difficulty. The catalytic converter had to be replaced. The car had under 80,000 miles on it so it was covered by a warranty (State law? Federal law?).
My battery was also dead. That was replaced free too. It had a 7 year warranty.
I do NOT purchase extended warranties.
Posted on Jun 26, 2009
SOURCE: Code P0174 05 Corolla
I don't show any po174 for an 05 corolla. But I do show a po741, if thats the code you're getting.
It means theres a problem with the torque converter
clutch system. It could be the tcc solenoid. Either way, it's related to what you just had done.
Posted on Feb 01, 2010
SOURCE: i have a toyota premio
Good Day qits81, if your vehicle does not do anything funny while running it is nothing to worry about. Under normal operating conditions the engine control unit runs an automatic system diagnosis program to ensure that the engine runs at an optimum. As soon as the engine control unit received "feedback" from the sensors and all is o.k the light switches off. If there is a problem with one or more of the systems the check engine light will stay on to warn the operator that they need to have it checked out.
Posted on Nov 30, 2010
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