Question about 2007 Toyota Yaris
Toyota 2007 yaris 2007,after how many kilometer ATF will be required to change(required specification of ATF is WS)
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Toyota ATF WS
The fluid for your car is the new Dexron 6, this replaced Dexron 3 (D111), this is the best fluid for the trans, Toyota ATF-WS (World Standard) Automatic Transmission Fluid used in certain 2004-2008 vehicles is NOT compatible with Toyota T-IV or Dexron ATF
Posted on Apr 08, 2009
toyota say every 2 years,BUT, if you run it with 50/50 then i would say 4 years is fine.just top up with anti freeze if req.
Posted on Sep 05, 2010
on either side of the boot interior, there are what look like air vents. these clip out from the top (with a flat screwdriver) you then unbolt the light unit, pull it out. the bulb holder then unclips easily.
Posted on Jul 24, 2009
There should be a drain plug on the bottom of the gearbox. Unlike engine oil, usually the filling location for gear oil is on the side of the gearbox. You use a syringe or a specialised tool to get the gearoil in, and when it gets up to the level of the hole it's full. However I do agree with agent91 that your clutch is a more likely cause. there are some tests you can do to check the health of your clutch e.g. drive along in 4th at 40, clutch down, rev to redline, snap out clutch keeping your foot on throttle, and if revs don't drop to the correct speed in around a second you're slipping.
Posted on May 10, 2010
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WORLD STANDARD AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION FLUID -- TC010-07 June 28, 2007
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S 100,000 Maintenance Interval - Inspection only; ATF-WS does NOT require any
flushing or changing during the life of the vehicle.
S The use of Genuine Toyota ATF-WS is recommended.
S The use of additives or aftermarket fluids that are considered compatible
or substitutes may result in shift concerns and damage to the internal
S ATF-WS is NOT compatible with T-IV or Dexron ATF.
S Containers storing Toyota ATF-WS should always be sealed - If exposed to the
atmosphere, ATF-WS may absorb moisture and potentially cause shift concerns if
used in operation.
S One time use only.
S When performing repairs on ATF-WS equipped transaxles, it is important to use
only new, clean ATF--WS when refilling the ATM.
S ATF-WS equipped ATMs may use the overflow type procedure - Any fluid
drained from the overflow plug should be discarded following proper local
regulations and never reused. Failure to do so could result in shift concerns and
damage to the internal transmission components.
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