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i will help if i can but your english leaves a lot to be desired here sorry ,fuel voltage ?? pressure low?? normally these cars do not go wrong but the fuel pump can fail at times causing low fuel pressure or the gauze filter on the bottom of the pump is choked up
no, it will not damage your car but you will encounter problems with starting from cold temperatures and a lack of power running your Yaris on E85 without an extra e85 control unit.
The reason is, that the fuel management system of your car can´t compensate the different properties of E85. But no worries. I suggest to refuel with regular petrol when your tank gauge has reached 50 % , you should be fine with that.
Definably could help you more sir if there was more detail to the question. First off check and change your fuel filter, make sure to prime it full of fuel before you put the new one back on. If this fails check to see if you have all your glow plugs working and it proper care. If all else fails i have to say your injectors may be in need of replacing
contact your nearest car breakers you will need to tell him the model this is a lot cheaper than buying a new one or what about contacting the last owner im sure they have yours lying about its no good to them now ,even if they bought a new yaris it would come with a new manuel look in your reg details for last owner hope this helps.adrian