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TOYOTA YARIS 07 yaris bad alternator

So I had the wife take the 07 yaris in to the dealership today. The cars making weird noises again sounds like the waterpump which the dealership replaced almost exactly a year ago is going bad again. Turns out its the alternator and not the waterpump. So toyota replaced the alternator belt once in Dec of 2010. The belt snapped off in Jan of this year. I had the car towed to the dealership to have

the belt snapping wont affect the alternator....since installing my sc and getting all the installation kinks out ive broken three belts.... the bigger issue with snapping the serpentine belt is that if you drive on it the water pump isnt running to cool the engine. i had to replace my alterator in the spring because the ground post broke.....i bought a used one from a wrecker for 125CAD with a deposit

Quote Originally Posted by thebarber the belt snapping wont affect the alternator....since installing my sc and getting all the installation kinks out ive broken three belts.... the bigger issue with snapping the serpentine belt is that if you drive on it the water pump isnt running to cool the engine. i had to replace my alterator in the spring because the ground post broke..... i bought a used one

TOYOTA YARIS Drive belt squeal at idle.

OK so I changed the belt . I tightened it up but have a squealing at idle. It goes away at cruising speed when the car is running. When the car is running its fine.But it randomly comes back at idle not always but it squeals when i come to a full stop.It doesnt always do it. I have the crappy dayco brand belt. HELP...

Some glazing is normal. It is hard to tell from that picture due to the reflection. I just installed a Dayco 5040465 today and had no problems at all. From past experience it is not uncommon for aftermarket belts to stretch a bit more than the OE belts. Therefore it may be necessary to tighten them a hair tighter than required. The revised spec for the 2007 yaris is 10-11mm (used belt) not the 11-14 that the manually originally specifies. Since you are using an aftermarket belt I would tighten it a bit tighter...probably 7-10mm. This is how I tightened it use a prybar and pry HARD between the engine mount and the reinforced area on the alternator. If you look in this post the reinforced area that I am referring to is the rounded area that sort of sticks out httpwww.yarisworld.comforumssho...85&postcount1 If you use a very long prybar (24) and pry hard against the areas I mentioned while still holding your prybar fully tighten the 12mm bolt at the top of the alternator. This should fully secure the alternator in the position that you desire. Then fu by tightening down 14mm bolt at the bottom. If you do this with a new belt the belt should have very little deflection. After the 10-15 min run time you should feel a small amount of deflection (7-10mm) which is just a hair tighter than what toyota suggests...and your noise should go away.

your prybar fully tighten the 12mm bolt at the top of the alternator. This should fully secure the alternator in the position that you desire. Then fu by tightening down 14mm bolt at the bottom. If you do this with a new belt the belt should have very little deflection. After the 10-15 min run time you should feel a small amount of deflection (7-10mm) which is just a hair tighter than what toyota

Quote Originally Posted by yaris4062007 How do i retighten the belt anyone have picture Ty Ah...get a pry bar or anything solid wedge it between the reinforced part of the alternator and engine mount all you have to do then is pull the pry bar toward you until theres only a hair line of deflection on the belt. You can get someone to tighten the bolt whilst you pull the pry bar towards you.Its easy

Today I installed a new belt from the toyota dealer on my 08 yaris. The toyota belt has a fuzzy fabric type surface on the Vees side of the belt. My car still makes the bad bearing noises. Using a Harbor Freight stethoscope I checked the water pump bearings the alternator bearings and the AC clutch hub bearing. They were all loud but the water pump was the worst of the three. Its not leaking......yet.

TOYOTA YARIS Belt Tensioner for the Yaris

After loosening the alternator a few times to replace the pulleys I had a feeling that I hadnt tighten the belt as much as I should have. Sometimes when I start the engine I hear a very short (a fraction of a second) squeak coming from the belt so I knew I had to tighten the belt more. So far I havent figured out a better way than sticking a wooden mallot between the engine block and the alternator

TOYOTA YARIS Altenator Belt Broken After Replaced by Toyota

So on the 8th of Dec my wife took my 07 yaris into the toyota Dealership I bought it from. There was a loud squeak coming from under the hood I assumed it was the serpentine belt but wanted them to check it first. I told my wife that if they say it was the serpentine belt then to come home and I will change it myself. But she went ahead and let them do it anyways total was 135 with an oil change and

Quote Originally Posted by yaris_guy So on the 8th of Dec my wife took my 07 yaris into the toyota Dealership I bought it from. There was a loud squeak coming from under the hood I assumed it was the serpentine belt but wanted them to check it first. I told my wife that if they say it was the serpentine belt then to come home and I will change it myself. But she went ahead and let them do it anyways

TOYOTA YARIS Serpentine belt squeals on cold start up after replacement.

Had it replaced almost 3k miles ago. I have a warranty for the work. Just wondering if that is normal. It also squeals when turning is maxed out. Not sure if that is the same belt. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you

Quote Originally Posted by CoryM Some belts dont last very long and some (dayco) are often noisy from the start. The belt probably squealsslips when at full lock because the alternator is trying to keep up to the demands of the electric power-steering. Probably do well to try a different brand of belt if all else appears good. Cheers. Sorry posted that while tired and stupid. Was thinking the yaris

MT and ID later this year to finish out the Lower 48. I also am trying to make it to All 4 Corners. Ive already made it to Miami Key West Border Field State Park in San Diego and the Quoddy Head Lighthouse near Lubec Maine. Later this year Ill make it to Blaine and to Neah Bay in Washington and hope to eventually make it to Madawaska Maine. I added some of the pink 50-50 coolant mixture from the toyota

MT and ID later this year to finish out the Lower 48. I also am trying to make it to All 4 Corners. Ive already made it to Miami Key West Border Field State Park in San Diego and the Quoddy Head Lighthouse near Lubec Maine. Later this year Ill make it to Blaine and to Neah Bay in Washington and hope to eventually make it to Madawaska Maine. I added some of the pink 50-50 coolant mixture from the toyota

TOYOTA YARIS Yaris Serpentine belt snapped

Hi Guys Ive recently attempted to jump start another car and while idleing I gave the yaris a rev to add some extra power to the jump. However when i revved it I heard a crack and a piece of something came flying out of the engine. Car was still running okay but battery light came on so timing belt is still fine. However upon inspection some sort of pulley wheel had completely fallen to pieces underneath

inspection some sort of pulley wheel had completely fallen to pieces underneath the car and the drive belt wasnt attached to the alternator. Im not sure what it was that broke off however Im wondering if anyone else can help Its like a hard plastic wheel which was ribbed around the edge from what I can make out. Could anyone suggest what this part is and is it easy to replace The car is a 2007 toyota

TOYOTA YARIS 14mm replacement bolt on alternator

Greetings Made the attempt to replace my timing belt today but had a dickens of a time trying to get the lower 14mm bolt to come loose Managed to round the bolt head in the process... Left the setup as is and began a search for the replacement 14mm bolt... sadly I cannot seem to find a resource for this part any help

Theres no timing belt on our yaris. It is chain driven. I think you may be referring to our drive belt. The bolt you speak of sir is the alternator lower bolt It is a bit of a pain to remove. What you need is a extension on your small ratchet. Use a pipe on your 14 drive ratchet or maybe a small torque wrench would work. And push ( anti clockwise) directions. You can purchase the bolt at your local toyota dealer.

TOYOTA YARIS ALTERNATOR should be a RECALL

just came back from toyota and it seems like the alternator is making the whirring noise..mostlikely bearing. i found out today they i have to wait coz TORONTO toyotas has yaris alternator on BACK ORDER 137 alternators for yaris is what they are waiting for..coverage on warranty is 3 years so im out of luck good thing i know someone from the inside to save me some cost... but 137 alternator back order..It should be a recall

i hear you bro i did mention the belt tension to their service manager and they will take a look at it.. 137 back order does mean something..buddy of mine works for parts and yaris got the most ordered alternator vs other toyota vehicles.. but i did suspect belt tension..

TOYOTA YARIS changing alternator

Hey guys and girls I dont post on here too often anymore but I do rememebr there is a great welth of knowledge in this forum... so I figured Id ask. My yaris was in an accident a year and a half ago and Im guessing something got juuuust barely tweaked and throughout time I have developed a noisey bearing sound coming from the alternator. I also have a problem with my radio randomly turning off anf

See the thread below for alternator belt tightening info. Chances are that replacing the noisy bearing alternator will have no effect on your radio problem. httpwww.yarisworld.comforumsshowthread.phpt37877

TOYOTA YARIS Easy fix for Squeaky Squealing Belt

Ive never posted here before but thought this might be of help for some of you. I have almost 90k miles on my wifes yaris and since about 50k miles the belt squeaks every now and then. I decided to tighten it myself and to my surprise there is no tensioner. You are just supposed to pry on it while tightening. After doing so it was not much better. So I brought it to my local toyota dealership and had

TOYOTA YARIS Drive belt replacement

How much do they charge at the dealers Anyone do it DIY style.. My Yari has done nearly 100 k on the clock so far so good. 5 years of ownership the belt looks caramelized. Also shes losing a bit of zip around town. This car was so much fun brand new. Shes starting to show her age a bit. Anyone know how to turn back time and get that mojo back lol When I press the clutch pedal I hear a squeeking sound and its a bit sluggish off the mark now too.

easy DIY. You loosen the upper and lower alternator bolts move the alternator towards the engine block to remove it slip the new one on in its place hold tension on the alternator and tighten the alternator bolts. The one thing you have to be careful of is not breaking the OCV (the small cylindrical device on the left side of the engine) when holding tension on the alternator. I just did my sons yaris

at their price. Around the same time I also had the rear brakes looked at (cleaned) and the parking brake cable adjusted. Yeah. Its a bit much.Going to be busy this weekend. I am changing the alternator on my 1993 Daihatsu Charade g 200 rs. Plus i am changing the rear drum brakes on my Daihatsu to disc brakes. httpdaiforum.netviewtopic.phpf29&t70 Plus of course last but not least. Changing my yaris

Quote Originally Posted by junorico24 I managed to stop coolant leak did the rear drum brakes to disc brakes conversion on my Daihatsu Charade.Changed the alternator on it as well. But when I tried to change my yaris drive belt the lower pivot bolt was damn near impossible to loosen. Decided I am not gonna break something in the process of loosening it.Is it 14 mm Its torqued real tight.The upper adjuster

TOYOTA YARIS Need new SerpentineAuxilliary belt

My belt squeaks upon vehicle ignition. Further inspection shows small lateral lacerations along the length of the belt. I tried a squeaky belt lubrication aerosol spray to no avail. I assume I will need a new belt Autozone had one for 17. Does anyone want to suggest a certain brandspecification of belt Know any DIYs wimages for removing and installing the serpentine belt (entry level DIY-er here )

I dont have a DIY but it should be relatively simple. Id buy a genuine toyota belt its not much more if any. Just make note of how it is attached then loosen alternator (there are a few bolts one that needs to be loosened on the tensioner bar which is at top of alternator and two at the bottom where alternator bolts to block may need to be loosened too) until the belt slips off. Place new belt in the same configuration. Gently retighten the alternator until belt mostly taught but not too tight.

TOYOTA YARIS Broken Alternator Clip

Ive been lurking this forum for a year and finally have a reason to post. I was recently adjusting my alternator due to my serpentine belt having a squeak. While doing so I broke the base of the clip that goes onto the engine. I believe it may be a ground wire. Has anyone ever done this if so is there a diy fix or is this something I would have to bring it the dealer for. I come from a 2jzrb25 background. Working in such a tight space is bit new to me.

Quote Originally Posted by mr_miles I did that recently also lol. it ci st me 105 dollars and 5 minutes for me to fix ) I got quotes for the part at local toyotas today. 100 seems to be the going rate for this sensor. I was planning on doing it myself but things went from bad to worse. I lost the top alternator belt in the engine bay and I cannot get the bottom alternator bolt back in. Im gonna drop

TOYOTA YARIS Need help replacing acessory drive belt

Hey guys I have a problem with my 2007 yaris sedan----I m way over due to replace the accessory drive belt so I bought one at my local parts store. According to the maintenance manual all I have to do is loosen 2 bolts on the alternator and take the belt off. The top bolt was easy but I wasnt able to break the bottom bolt loose-----there isnt much room to work with and its really tight. (I even used

TOYOTA YARIS changed beltgot scan code POO1O

changed the serp. belt and got ROUGH run and scan code P0010 What the h is this... cleared scan P0010 and got P0011...this is staying...

really smooth... the exhaust is not smooth. It runs ok... its not bad enough to not run and when under power its smooth enough. That solenoid doesnt seem to move at all... does it pull out.. the scan gauge would say if it was a bad solenoid anyway.... the code is for advanced timing..... by the way ... can you or cant you buy an obd port machine that CAN make adjustments to some degree on these toyotas..

TOYOTA YARIS Alternator Pulley Question

Can anyone tell me if the alternator pulley from a Scion xAxB will fit on the yaris alternator It seems they take different alts but Im wondering if the pulleys are the same. NST sells an overdrive pulley for the xAxB which has the same belt size and offset as the yaris so Im wondering if it would work on the yaris alternator

TOYOTA YARIS solar trickle charger and alternator

hi I was thinking about buying a solar trickle charger to increase my FE but then I realized that it wouldnt make a difference if the alternator for the yaris was not load sensitive (alternator still runs when the battery is fully charged). Does anyone know for sure if the alternator for the yaris is load sensitive

it varies the charge rate based on sensing the voltage in the system by adjusting the electromagnetic field in the alternator... this is varied by the voltage regulator which is connected to the rotor inside... the then powered rotor spins past the stator which causes electromagnetic induction which is power generation... the power is generated as three phase alternating(AC) current which then flows

TOYOTA YARIS new serpentine belt

Two weeks ago I changed my belt in my 08 with a generic belt squealled continously. After two weeks of putting up with it and keeping it tight enough I broke down and bought a toyota belt from the dealer for 50 bucks. I had it put in and guess what no squeals. I noted that the new belt is soft with soft cloth in the inside of the pulley instead of rubber. That is what keeps it quiet. Lesson learned. Buy toyota belts so they are quiet.

My OEM belt started squealing after taking that alternator out a few times upon looking the belt had a lot of cracks in the v-side of the belt. I just replaced it with a new one from Advance Auto Parts and it doesnt squeal any more. Im going to assume that the belt was lose from before and after putting a few miles on it it wore out some and began to fail. My new belt was only 14USD and it immediately stopped squealing when i put it on so hopefully I wont have to get a new belt from toyota.

TOYOTA YARIS Ac compressor belt breaking

Hi all So this yaris 08 hb AT that I have been looking into buying has me puzzled. I am not mechanically inclined at all When I first talked to the owners girlfriend she stated that he was driving the car down the interstate heard a huge noise and that the transmission fell out on the highway. When I questioned it she asked her boyfriend who was actually driving the car at the time what happened he

Quote Originally Posted by yaris17 ( I didnt get to ask him how long he drove the car. All he told me was that the ac compressor belt broke and was replaced under warranty. So to confirm ... There is not a separate ac compressor belt on 2008 yaris The serpentine belt is all there is Correct - One belt which drives the AC alternator and water pump.

TOYOTA YARIS DIY how to change you belt in 10 minutes without breaking VVTI solenoid

So before I start the tools you will need are a 12mm socket or long handle ratcheting wrench and a 14mm as well as a long prybar The belt I recommend buying is bando. Part number if you need is in the picture below. And before doing anything mark the location of your alternator to the bracket as shown below. This prevents error of over tightening your belt which can cause premature failure of your

TOYOTA YARIS Lost Serpentine Belt

Hi. Today I was on the highway travelling about 100kmhr when I noticed my temperature guage came on. That had never happened before so I pulled over to check things out. The coolant was definitely hot so I let the car sit for about 15 minutes or so (I also had the ac blasting as it was about 35c outside). I started the car up kept the engine at 80kmhr and about 7km down the road could begin to smell

mechanic is actually wrong about the check engine light. The charging light should have come on (since the alternator wasnt spinning) and the temp hot light (which you saw) but the check engine wouldnt come on until something bad happened to the engine itself. The belt should not have failed in 8 months unless the alternator or water pump seized or the mechanic seriously overtightened it. Used yaris

mechanic is actually wrong about the check engine light. The charging light should have come on (since the alternator wasnt spinning) and the temp hot light (which you saw) but the check engine wouldnt come on until something bad happened to the engine itself. The belt should not have failed in 8 months unless the alternator or water pump seized or the mechanic seriously overtightened it. Used yaris

TOYOTA YARIS Serpentine belt replacement.

Hey guys Ive got 70k miles now and my belts starting to make some noise. It looks like its getting a little dried out. Has anyone replaced theres on their own I dont have a lift and it doesnt look very easy to get to from the top.

Check out the thread below. Its actually not bad to do. You just loosen the two alternator bolts (from above) pivot the alternator towards the engine pull the belt off put the new on on and re-tension. httpwww.yarisworld.comforumsshowthread.phpt20766

TOYOTA YARIS Ugh.. Still problems with my belt Pulley Problem

(I know its a lot of words but please read Im at a loss here) OK so Ive changed my belt. The old one was terribly cracked and felt like plastic rather than rubber so I was glad I did it. So just like the DIY says I marked on the alternator slide bracket where the bolt was and tightened it back to that point with the new belt on. It squealed horrendously and without ceasing when I started it. So I undid

you need to put anti-sieze on that bottom bolt holding the alternator. I believe that a belts life span is shortened when folks overtighten or leave it too loose Ive seen it happen first hand experience. This type of belt adjustment is old school skill of the craft way and if you have never done one before your gonna go through a learning experience before you get it right. I dont understand why toyota

TOYOTA YARIS 1999 1.3 Service Manual and Accessory Belt(s)

Hi All Does anyone know where I can get a service manual for a 1999 yaris 1.3 vvt-i Preferably online and preferably free The engine is either 2nz-fe or a 2sz-fe. Was bought in the UK if that helps its a right hand drive. I want to change the serpent belt on the car to get rid of some squaling (with AC switched on) but the car has two different belts (one lower down and closer to the road). All the

TOYOTA YARIS pulling the AC belt pulley on front of compressor

1.5 hatch manual 2007 How do you pull the front pulley off the AC unit Mine is loose and wobbly and I want to fix that before I put the old bigger belt back on fot AC. Its too hot to live without it. Anyone else have theirs loosen up There seems to be a bunch of small holes on the pulley cap but no bolts that I can see. comments

Quote Originally Posted by yaris9876 1.5 hatch manual 2007 How do you pull the front pulley off the AC unit Mine is loose and wobbly and I want to fix that before I put the old bigger belt back on fot AC. Its too hot to live without it. Anyone else have theirs loosen up There seems to be a bunch of small holes on the pulley cap but no bolts that I can see. comments loosen the bolts on the alternator..then use a leverage to pull alternator outward then tightened..carefull with ur tension.

TOYOTA YARIS Drive belt question

I read the article on the 400k mi yaris said that it had the drive belt replaced. what exactly is the drive belt the one for the hydraulic steering alternator AC my car has a squeaking sound in the engine compartment believe its a belt that need replacement wondering which one it is XD

The yaris does not have hydraulic steering it is electric. The AC and alternator all run on the accessory belt or the serpentine belt. I had mine replaced at around 75000km but I find it needs to be tightened often especially if you live where there are bumpy roads lol.

TOYOTA YARIS How to diy ac belt

My belt is screaming when ac is turned on. I was told it needs to be replaced but not going to pay 120 dollars when i bought the belt for 15. Just need some guide on how to replace it. pics would be a big help also. Thanks for time and any help you can give.

Quote Originally Posted by JOHNTIFF11 I loosened that bolt in the pic above and tried moving it and it wouldnt budge. The other bolt you referred to as loosing also where would that be located there are several bolts that i can see looking down Did you use something to move that might work better than the backside of a hammer THanks for all the replies above. Just need a little more help to get this

TOYOTA YARIS Squelching belt problems

After about 70 k miles my belt started screeching so I changed it. It was quiet for maybe 10 k miles then slowly started screeching again. I ended up changing it again around 110 k. This new one is not screeching but its more of an intermittent squealing sound. Normally I have the heat and blower on due to the time of the year. I have found that if I turn the blower off the squealing slows down and

TOYOTA YARIS P1 Dealer says I need new alternator in 07 Hatchback Yaris HELP

I took my car to the dealer with 64K miles on it (Out of the 30k warranty) they said it needs a new alternator. That they wont cover it and I will have to pay to have it replaced. I think this is crazy. I mean its only 3 years old. Should they stand behind the part even though its it 64K miles is there anything I can do Any input would be great Thank so much

Quote Originally Posted by polkacowboy yes it was loudest on that side with the hood open. Thank you so much for your help I will make sure to get an 08 alternator. Do you think I have a chance in getting toyota to help cover the parts I mean it is only 3 years old. Unlikely since if it is mechanical failure of the bearing that is typically caused by over-tightening of the belt.

TOYOTA YARIS Belt replacement

Thinking ahead to when the AC doesnt work. Is there a belt which will run just the water pump and the alternator without the AC compressor Is that possible Or does the compressor have to be driven along with everything else. Thanks

Quote Originally Posted by bronsin Thinking ahead to when the AC doesnt work. Is there a belt which will run just the water pump and the alternator without the AC compressor Is that possible Or does the compressor have to be driven along with everything else. Thanks When the AC compressor seized on my 97 Chevy Cavalier and I didnt want to put any more money into the car they do make a replacement pulley that fits in the same spot as the compressor and the same serpentine belt works for it. Not sure if they have a similar pulley for the yaris though.

TOYOTA YARIS squeaky belt

my engine is mighty squeaky lately and im afraid its easy to hear the squeak over my exhaust half the time when i get out and leave my car running. (which is ridiculous) So i did a little bit of research and saw how to tighten the belt by moving the alternator. After doing so the strain on my belt made the squeak much louder. so finally i moved it to halfway between where the belt used to sit and where

First thing when was the last time you changed the belt The only way to tighten the belt is with the alternator you have to make sure the belt has no tension at all she needs to be very tight with a crow bar and a little strengh the belt will tighten try this. Its been known that the alternator or the screw that holds the alternator loosen over time so check that out again and if you never changed

TOYOTA YARIS Is every 24000 miles correct for replacing serp belt

I have only had my yaris for a little over a year now it has 16000 miles on it. I was browsing around one of the major auto parts websites and they had a banner recommending the changing of your serpentine belt every 24000 miles. That sounds too often to me. However I dont know much about cars so should I replace it at 24000 miles and if so how much could I expect to be chargedwhat is a current fair labor price for that I noticed how tight to reach the belt is on the yaris sedan that I have

The belt costs about 39 dollars in the toyota parts department around here. Replacing it is possible to do yourself with a wrench with an extension on it but you have to be careful how you place it to avoid putting pressure on a valve right above the alternator. For someone to replace it you can expect to be had it is common to charge 100-150 for it - 30 minute labor markup on the belt. You should

TOYOTA YARIS The Accessory belt

Im revising my post cause I think I educated myself a little. Okay there are Timing belts and chains I guess they are internal to the engine and the belt on the outside is the Serpentine belt that drives many additional components. I guess what I am specifically asking today since the yaris has a Timing Chain that is not part of my 100K service but I do question how do I properly go about servicing

100k is a safe interval and I cant imagine it would cost more than 20. The belt does not have an automatic tensioner but rather the alternator pivots to take up the slack. You should look up the NST pully install DIY and just pay attention to the belt removal and replacement instructions... Here it is- httpwww.yarisworld.comforumssho...hlightnstdiy

TOYOTA YARIS Belt and oil questions

Hi all Since i am not mechanically inclined and question a serpentine belt breaking on a car I may buy What all on the yaris is controlled by the drive belt Just the alternator and water pump Also if a car always has Amsoil synthetic is it dangerous to go back and use valvoline oil

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