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Where is the dipstick in 2007
I cannot understand which dipstick you do want to know about. If you want to know about the auto transmission, it is Continuous Variable Transmission CVT. It does not have any dipstick on it. To check the CVT oil level do the following:
- Park the car on a level floor.
- Open the Allen head bolt from under the transmission oil pan with 6 mm Hex Allen key.
CAUTION: Always wear safety goggles. Keep your eyes away to avoid the oil getting in.
- If the oil is seen coming out of this hole the level is OK. If not, open a bolt (marked with TC) attached to the upper left side of the transmission with wrench, add original Toyota CVT Fluid TC with part number 08886-02105 printed on the tin.
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on Jan 26, 2014
Toyota Fielder is equipped with (Continuous Velocity Transmission) CVT. Better to replace the CVT oil every 100,000 Km. The recommended oil is Toyota Genuine CVT Fluid TC with part number 08886-02105 4 Litres. Requires inspection after every subsequent 40,000 Km under normal conditions and 25000 Km under severe conditions.
on Jan 23, 2014
the IMMO does that by DESIGN ! (and toy immo is one of the most strict too,,,,, fact)
so, do both keys fail , this one and the master.?????
here ill google for you, its all there, read it. every tiny detail.
on Jan 09, 2014
As far as I know there is no code number p4056 in the Toyota code book. It might be:
Error Code: P0456
Evaporative Emission (EVAP) System - Small Leak Detected
Malfunction Indicator Lamp (MIL)(K83) active.
Fuel Cap not fully attached.
Evaporative Emission (EVAP) System leaking/faulty.
Evaporative emission (EVAP) pressure sensor.
Check Fuel Cap.
Check Evaporative Emission (EVAP) System.
on Dec 26, 2013
What causes a lazy pull off on second gear
A/T or M/T
auto or stick
worlds apart,, and im clueless.
and lazy dont work.
the engine makes power, if its weak , rpm dont rise under loads(hills)
if the engine is good, and RPM rises fast and speed does not
that condition is called tranny (or clutch)slip.
lazy ,means nothing, a test driver can hear the engine, see MPH and RPM. all three inputs solve the what is messing up.
got slip or lost engine power.?
on Dec 25, 2013
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