Quote Originally Posted by Nexus1155 Ughhhh since no one asked this yet.... What model supercharger how do you plan on using a BOV and why would you need one Youre leaving alot to imagination and I hope you can provide some solid good answers ) Ive been planning on making a turbo kit for a while but its been all talk and research research research until Im starting to pull a few strings and get things
Quote Originally Posted by scape call me ignorant but ive never heard a SC using a bov wouldnt that defeat the purpose of the SC superchargers generally use bypass valves or butterfly valves. i wouldnt a BOV on a stock ecud car especially if the bov is located between the MAF and throttlebody. you arent delivering metered air to the engine its being vented to atmosphere.
Quote Id like to tell you what model supercharger but I wont. All I can tell you about the supercharger I have in mind its a maintenance-free unit. No oil required. The BOV will be located on the one and only piping that goes from the supercharger to the throttle body. I would use a BOV to prevent any boost from putting a strain on the impeller and for those who love the sound. Im looking to run as
So this is located directly under the rear seat in the 07 hatch models right
Quote Originally Posted by PHXDEMON So this is located directly under the rear seat in the 07 hatch models right Correct.
CT Scott is not entirely correct. The Part on the bottom of the fuel pumpfilter assembly is just the screen to keep big pieces out of the pump. The actual filter is above the screen and is the part that the pump is housed in. Here is the procedure for replacing this. I didnt change the screen just the filter itself. Change fuel filter 2007 toyota yaris Posted 11-05-2012 at 0202 PM by Microbuzz There
Quote Originally Posted by Pavel Olavich I dont think you have to drop the tank....just take the back seat out and then its very easy access. Since the tank doesnt have to be dropped this maintenence is fairly easy to do. yes there should be an access panel underneah the rear seat cushion. this is where the fuel pump and level unit is located. not really a big deal to change but if you dont seal it
Quote Originally Posted by jamielm Hi there Apologies for bringing up an old thread but I thought that it would be better than creating another thread. I have a 2003 yaris (only recently purchased) and unfortunately ran out of fuel. I was on my way to the Petrol Station after purchasing the car and prematurely broke down. Since then I have been having some issues when trying to start up the car (on
if u read that little book that came with your new car it would inform you that the last bar in fuel level display starts blinking slowly at 1st and speeds up the blinking the lower your fuel level gets.. SOO when its blinking like a Cop on yer ass for speeding your about to run out of fuel ... also bad things can happen if you run out of fuel some of which are not what is talked about below NOW heres
320lbs) Automatic 1073kg (2365lbs) 5DR RS Manual 1059kg (2335lbs) Automatic 1082kg (2385lbs) I have a manual yaris but it wont start why All modern cars with manual transmission have a safety switch that is connected to the clutch. In order to start a manual car you need to fully depress the clutch and while in the depressed position turn the ignition on. What bulbs are used in the yaris 2007 toyota
There is a fuel filter this is from another thread Quote CT Scott is not entirely correct. The Part on the bottom of the fuel pumpfilter assembly is just the screen to keep big pieces out of the pump. The actual filter is above the screen and is the part that the pump is housed in. Here is the procedure for replacing this. I didnt change the screen just the filter itself. Change fuel filter 2007 toyota
Hi Absolutely Red Thanks for the input however I have had the pump assembly out a couple of times during all of this. I have replaced the sending unit and checked everything over. I do however want to order the fuel filter but there seems to be quite a few on-line shops selling it. I found the part at Rock Auto for 22.99. I hope it is the correct part. I am also still having the P171 codes so havent
you purchased the gas from and they will have to pay for the labor if it can be proven. Did this a few times at lexus. Dealer will call up the place you got the gas and they will have to pay for the parts and labor. There is no fuel filter to replace. The filter is located ON the fuel pump in the tank. Quote My car is still under warranty but I dont think it covers towing or loaner car. All the toyotaCare
fuel from spraying out under pressure when you disconnect something later on that I have not read yet. (1) Locate and remove the fuse box panel under dash. (It is located under the dash on the driver&8217s side). Locate and remove fuel pump relay. It is the blue relay on the right hand side above the fuses Guess what That blue relay isnt it After an hour of searching for the relay and calling toyota
Yes do that as well. Im at 99873 miles and will be at 100k in a day or so. Make sure to get the GENUINE AFT fluid from toyota. The automatic yaris cant use the stuff you get at autozone. Also replace the transmission filter. Dont get that from the dealer (Its about 85) I got mine at autozone for less than 19. Make sure with plugs to get the iridium plugs. No need to replace the fuel filter unless you
fuel vapor. If you put more liquid into the canister it will shorten its life... by how much Unknown to me but if youre keeping your car dont you not want to spend about 300 for a canister until you really have to My car is covered bumper-to-bumper for 7 years75K miles (excluding typical maintenance items carpet etc...) but thats beside the point. If topping off tanks flooded charcoal canisters toyota
Quote Originally Posted by volks_r_us Yeah that was my guess is this a common issue on this car I have to replace the fuel pump I dont think it is common but one or two one here have mentioned a similar issue. You would really need to do some troubleshooting with measuring fuel pressure to determine if the fuel pump needed to be replaced. It could also be that the fuel filter is plugged enough to make starting difficult. That is only a 37 part but is located within the tank.
httpblitzperformancesales.comtec...scionxb-xa.pdf step 39 - Locate the main fuse box under the hood. Remove the fuel pump Relay (listed as AM2) It is located in the engine compartment on the drivers side shock tower. Replace the 15A fuse with the supplied 20A fuse. Hopefully this will be your biggest problem good luck with everything