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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I hav a toyota echo 2001 with 108,000 millage.Recently when i just starting to drive there is some noise coming frpm rt front side ,but not offen only some times even this is not related to speeding can start with 0-5 mile/h. its seems to be broken something (like clicking noise). I checked with all repair stores, pepboys unfortunatly no body knowes what is wrong with this car.some of them saying it is axel or strut or bearing problem some of them do not know.please help me what to do ? if htis is save to drive?
Posted on Oct 07, 2008
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
Posted on Mar 17, 2009
SOURCE: set clock on echo 2001
Turn the radio off.
Press 4 and while holding it press seek up. The clock will reset to 1:00.
To adjust the hour press and hold AM and then 1.
To adjust the minute press and hold AM and then 2.
Turn the radio on when finished.
I hope this helps
Posted on Apr 09, 2009
the alternator ground must be loose... try tracing the both negative and positive... tighten the connection... if problem persists try replacing the alternator
Posted on Jul 19, 2009
SOURCE: toyota echo 2001 Mnl
Ok, before I give you a suggestion, I want to let you know that I'm not an expert on cars or anyhting, but I have been focred to fix A LOT of problems with my vehicles over the years to save money, and this is a situation I ran into twice. Once on a 1994 Buick Skylark Coupe, and another time on a 1992 Chevy Corsica. What I learned is that if you hook jumper cables up to your car and it starts, there is USUALLY one of two things wrong with it. Either you have a dead battery (which you don't because it's new), or you have a bad alternator. Because the car stays running after it's jumped, everything points to a bad battery or battery connection. Have you tried replacing the connectors on your battery cables? I know it sounds like a shot in the dark, but I've tried that before out of desperation and it has worked. I'm pretty sure your alternator is ok, or your car would die when the red positive jumper cable was removed, so I'd replace the connectors on the battery calbes in your car, especially if you have never replaced them before. If that doesn't work, if it was me, I'd take it in and have it looked at. Like I said, I'm not an expert by far, so I can only trouble-shoot to a point. Hope this helps, or at least gives you something to try.
Posted on Mar 10, 2010
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