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go buy the blades at a auto parts store. They will usually install them for you for free

2007 Scion xA | Answered on Sep 29, 2018


no power to rear solenoid or does it click and try to engage if it does it might be stuck in the lock position. are your doors closed tightly are you in park. lock mechanism seized up or defective

2007 Scion xA | Answered on Sep 29, 2018


You might want to replace the two holding levers positioned on the left and right side of the hatchback door.

2007 Scion xA | Answered on Sep 29, 2018


on the head light that is not working, is a rubber cover, remove it carefully, inside is a small wire that holds the lamp in using thumb, push down and it should release, letting you remove the lamp, replace lamp and reinstall pushing the wire back against and up to secure the lamp replace the rubber cover and you should have if fixed

2007 Scion xA | Answered on Jan 18, 2015


You may want to just sift through your IAs. I posted along with you on this guys washing machine. His pipes froze and the thinks he washer was affected by fozen lines either?

Anyway hadn't seen you on the board before and looked at your profile and went to see your IAs because we have had a lot of trouble in the past few months with trawlers doing drive by IA voting.

Lauren has cleared up all that have been found. She knows a good solution from a bad one. She'll fix yours and you can just ask her to give all of yours a casual review. Its her job anyway.

I could have voted on that once and got you to a TFT, but its best removed entirely.

Worldvet

2007 Scion xA | Answered on Jan 27, 2009


It almost sounds like you have a heat shield that is loose on your exhaust system. Let it cool, and try to reach under, lightly bumping the exhaust pipes with your hand. If you hear any rattle noises, or squeeks then you have a loose shield. you can ither remove the shield, or try to use a large clamp to go around it and tighten it up.

2007 Scion xA | Answered on Dec 14, 2008


look in manual it will tell you

Scion xA Cars &... | Answered on Sep 29, 2018


dont thinc he did it rite--there are 2 nozels on the system-------go to a parts store and ask for assistence before heat stroke

Scion xA Cars &... | Answered on Sep 29, 2018


Ain't one,lol,their's a plug on side of transmission,remove,if fluid comes out,it's full,if not put finger in hole to feel,if you can't feel,get turkey baster with fluid and add till no more will go in.

Scion xA Cars &... | Answered on Sep 29, 2018


Actually, your idea is very close to what the car dealership would do, but not tell you that's what they did. Just make sure you wipe the area(s) clean with rubbing alcohol and do not use any type of conditioner to the pieces that will have silicone placed around\under them as, this will prevent the silicone from making a proper seal and you could lose your rubber pieces going down the road.

Once you have put your silicone in and have put your rubber pieces back into their grooves, give the silicone 24 hours to set. This way, the bond is tighter and this should also fix your leaking issue.

Hope this helps.

Scion xA Cars &... | Answered on Jul 13, 2017


go to a salvage yard and get different wheel liners.. rip the old ones out..put the new ones in..

Scion xA Cars &... | Answered on Feb 19, 2016


go to auto zone .com they have tutorials as to how to take things a part, also will have price for it

Scion xA Cars &... | Answered on Jun 26, 2014


It was on a different car (an old Vauxhall) but I had that problem. The resistor on the back of the dial had blown - so the only setting that still worked was the one that didn't need the resistor (i.e. the full power option). My car was probably a bit older than yours so I don't know whether things are still that simple!

Scion xA Cars &... | Answered on Jun 22, 2013

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