toyota yaris fuel pump 2010
Answers and questions: toyota yaris fuel pump 2010
Its a 07 yaris
2005-2009 prisus any advice or help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
there may be a reason why prius pump and the yaris pump do not share the same number. you may experience some problem and lots of headaches troubleshooting the issue. for example i recently replaced my charcoal canister for 70 (dealer price 700) with used 2010 Scion xD charcoal canister. The canister for the two cars are identical and for a reason. It was a DIRECT fit. If you are familiar with toyota
Well I am starting to notice my 2010
with 55k miles is starting to require a few more revolutions of the starter before it starts. Im thinking i have a fuel pump
starting to crap out. No other issues with accellaration or rough idle etc. Any thoughts or suggestions
Hi all--new to the forum. I see the 2012 is EPA-rated up to 3038 cityhighway mpg vs. 2936 for my 2010
. Does anyone know what accounts for the 1-2 mpg improvement If its something simple (translation CHEAP) perhaps I can retrofit my car. P.S. Personal best is 45 mpg wmy manual trans. liftback tires pump
ed to 44 psi Orlando FL round trip. gearboxbygearhead Augusta GA
5dr auto yaris
with 100 miles on it drove for 100 miles. ------- 50% driving on US RT3 north about 60-67-several passing bursts to 80 mph 50% driving around town 25-45 mph ------- real world MPG without hypermiling just driving sane....35.5 mpg me 170lbs and 50lbs cargo ------------------------------------------------------------------ calibrated and tested real MPG 35.5 just doing what I
I know that the tank holds 11.1 gal (US) and there are 8 bars on the fuel
gauge. Doing thte math that would suggest each bar would represent 1.38 gallons per bar. However as I drive much like my last car I noticed that it goes really slow through the first 2 or 3 bars and very quickly through the last three bars. What I am curious about is how much fuel
is left in the tank when the fauge reaches the
Three clicks is the industry standard for a full tank. Click a shut off of the pump at the gas station. Continuing to add fuel fills the vapor dome with liquid fuel. This can float the vent valves shut so that the tank cant breathe. There is also a chance of pushing liquid fuel into the charcoal canister....another scenario that prevents the tank from breathing. Doing this can cause some cars to act
Quote Originally Posted by Flipper_1938 Three clicks is the industry standard for a full tank. Click a shot off of the pump at the gas station. Continuing to add fuel fills the vapor dome with liquid fuel. This can float the vent valves shut so that the tank cant breathe. There is also a chance of pushing liquid fuel into the charcoal canister....another scenario that prevents the tank from breathing.
Quote Originally Posted by STC I was not aware of this I thought it was a Federal Ban on MTBE additive (2006) in reformulated gasoline that has not fully taken effect Long legal process that was placed on the certain states The petroleum company I buy gas from is CS Meyer in Son Inc. They purchase Reformulated Blendstock for Oxygenate Blending (RBOB) gas... no additives like Ethanol... MBTE... or TATE.
My understanding is that the MTBE ban is a state thing also but is widespread enough that the U.S. fuel producers have dropped it altogether. I may be wrong. The knock against it is that it smells and tastes terrible at extremely low concentrations in water and because of leaking tanks contaminating groundwater and boaters spilling gas in lakes and rivers it was affecting municipal water supply quality.
(Note If you get lost in the subject matter or acronyms used here please see the fuel
Efficiency thread.) It seems that some folks think I just dove head-first into hypermiling one day and they balk at doing the same. Nothing could be further from the truth. It freaked me out at first too but was a gradual and natural progression. Heres how I got hooked. It started in the Spring of 2006 when I measured
Your speed can give you a normal or hybrid type MPG Best MPG was 45.1 MPG 55-60MPH Worst MPG 33 MPG 70-90 MPH [IMG]cdesktopphoto[IMG]
far this summer and I have near 4000 miles on the car. When I got the car in December it was getting high 20s-low 30s. I try to keep my psi around 42. Im not getting the mileage you guys are getting for some reason. Just got my first 6 month oil change so well see if my mileage gets a bump with this tank. My highest FE number thus far was 37.44mpg so well see what happens..... Ive owned a lot of toyotas
I just wanted to share this tidbit Filled up with regular at 2.789gl (yikes) to 8.605 gls with 309.7 mi for a wonderful 35.99 mpg. Driving in around in The Villages Leesburg and Fruitland Park at most hitting 55 mph and at least 30 mph with a 3 dr lb auto. Im happy.
2010 yaris 4 dr Sedan purchased in Apr 2011. 13000 km to date (about 8100 miles). Best 44.4 MPG (US) Worst 28.7 MPG (US) Average 38 MPG (US) I always stop fuelling at the first click on the pump. Winter has been a killer on my mileage here in Canada (see worst tank).
so i officially hate this code it has been the only issue on my moms 2001 camry and now my yaris
has it. i know its defined to a small leak detected in the evap system. and no its not the gas cap (like was on the camry many many times) it came on once before when i was just under half a tank and now again this morning (just under 34 tank) does anyone have a good place to start checking for an issue
It can be -fuel cap (loose) - Leakage from EVAP line (Canister - fuel tank) - Leakage from EVAP line (Purge VSV - Canister) - Canister pump module - Leakage from fuel tank - Leakage from canister Is this happening on your 2010
As I posted a while back I bought a Kia Rio. . But I always wondered if the yaris
would have been better. Now I have my answer About 5-6 months back I started to realize that I would be needing a new car in the new future. The old car was starting to develop a lot of problems and it seemed like as soon as i got one thing fixed a new more expensive problem would pop up. When the transmission started
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