2005 Toyota ECHO - Answered Questions & Fixed issues


usually the battery and the fuse panel but I have done it without removing anything

2005 Toyota ECHO | Answered on Aug 26, 2018 | 112 views


I think it's 0.28

2005 Toyota ECHO | Answered on Aug 26, 2018 | 313 views


2 screws on the drum for jacking it off take out the little rubber piece on the back of the drum housing and use a flat top screw driver to release the adjustment you also might need a little bit of help from your hammer lol

2005 Toyota ECHO | Answered on Jan 30, 2018 | 1,143 views


Only three reasons a fuse blows like that - the circuit consuming almost as much current as the fuse can cope with, dirty or poor connections to the fuse or fuseholder causing it to get very hot or an intermittent short circuit.

It is often useful to temporarily replace the fuse with an mcb (micro circuit breaker). I use one salvaged from a domestic consumer unit.

If after monitoring the circuit current and wiggling wires and connections, opening and closing doors and suchlike there are no obvious faults it will be necessary to persevere with normal use until a pattern emerges - there is almost always a pattern. I suggest you also suspect the headlamp bulb...

Good luck!

2005 Toyota ECHO | Answered on Jul 30, 2017 | 92 views


Put a noise filter on the power input line to the sub.

2005 Toyota ECHO | Answered on Jul 10, 2017 | 42 views


replace the filler unit

2005 Toyota ECHO | Answered on Mar 11, 2017 | 96 views


replace your filler unit

2005 Toyota ECHO | Answered on Mar 11, 2017 | 544 views


do you have the owners manual it should show you how to do it in there good luck

2005 Toyota ECHO | Answered on Mar 10, 2017 | 79 views


take off the trim on the inside corner drivers side you should be able to let it go there follow the antenna to the radio and then remove the whole unit good luck

2005 Toyota ECHO | Answered on Mar 10, 2017 | 310 views


wait till the weather gets warm then put some penetrating oil on it and let it sit for awhile should work.

2005 Toyota ECHO | Answered on Mar 10, 2017 | 57 views


P1300 Igniter Circuit Malfunction / 14
P1305 Igniter No. 2 Circuit Malfunction / 15
P1310 Igniter No. 3 Circuit Malfunction /15
P1315 Igniter No. 4 Circuit Malfunction

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2005 Toyota ECHO | Answered on May 10, 2015 | 6,205 views


Blinking of Check Engine Light may be due to:
- Misfire (Ignition system malfunction).
- Evaporative system malfunction (Gas cap, fuel tank leakage, canister, vacuum leaks).
- Catalytic converter.
- Wiring and connectors.
It is better to have the car be diagnosed properly with a suitable diagnostic tool and to retrieve the error codes and freeze frame data to locate the problem.

2005 Toyota ECHO | Answered on Mar 24, 2015 | 199 views


Have you checked for a short to ground somewhere?

2005 Toyota ECHO | Answered on Jun 23, 2014 | 278 views


Sounds like the electronic detent is acting up. Take it to a reputable transmission shop.

2005 Toyota ECHO | Answered on May 06, 2014 | 103 views


OK I did see a couple of other suggestions but unless I read your question wrong your vehicle is not running when this is happening and right away i thought of two basic things when parking on a grade. They are first thing is when either parking up hill or down hill you always turn your wheels towards the curb and second you should always use the parking brake even though many people call it the emergency brake it really the vehicles parking brake when you have a ma

2005 Toyota ECHO | Answered on Apr 12, 2014 | 143 views


Error Code: P0012

Fault Location:

Camshaft Position (CMP), Intake/Left/Front, Bank 1 - Timing Over-Retarded


Possible Cause:

Valve timing.

Mechanical fault.

Camshaft position (CMP) actuator.

Intake Camshaft Adjuster tight/stuck.

Intake Camshaft Adjuster faulty.

Possible Solutions:

Check Intake Camshaft Adjuster.


Check valve timing.

Check the timing gears.

2005 Toyota ECHO | Answered on Feb 18, 2014 | 1,480 views


- Check Voltage on pin 16 (BAT) and chassis (or body) ground. Always 12 Volts.
- Connect the Multimeter and check continuity between pin 4 (CG) and chassis ground. Less than 1 Ohms.
- Connect the Multimeter between pin 5 (SG) and chassis ground and check the continuity. Less than 1 Ohms.

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- Check the fuse named OBD2 in the lower finish panel, under the dash on passenger side.
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2005 Toyota ECHO | Answered on Feb 18, 2014 | 243 views


- Check Voltage on pin 16 (BAT) and chassis (or body) ground. Always 12 Volts.
- Connect the Multimeter and check continuity between pin 4 (CG) and chassis ground. Less than 1 Ohms.
- Connect the Multimeter between pin 5 (SG) and chassis ground and check the continuity. Less than 1 Ohms.

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- Check the fuse named OBD2 in the lower finish panel, under the dash on passenger side.
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Thank you for visiting Fixya.

2005 Toyota ECHO | Answered on Feb 17, 2014 | 1,008 views


- Engine oil too low.
- Oil warning sending gauge defective.
- Oil warning wire shorted to ground.
- Wiring harness.
- Oil filter gauze in the oil pan clogged.
- Oil pump defective.

2005 Toyota ECHO | Answered on Feb 16, 2014 | 96 views


Front Tire pressure 30 psi.
Rear Tire pressure 28 psi.

2005 Toyota ECHO | Answered on Feb 15, 2014 | 562 views

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