Good question Chino . The filters function is to keep impurities from entering the engine obviously. Impurities range from gasoline impurities to rust to delamination of fuel tank liner to bugs such as roaches . (yes Ive actually seen a roach in someones gas tank). With very low fuel level impurities are more concentrated and therefore more likely to gather around the filter . When you refill your tank the impurities will disperse back into the fuel tank in a suspended state . Gravity will dictate that heavier particles will eventually migrate to the bottom . To answer your question directly it is possible for the fuel filter to get clogged with impurities and cause fuel pump failure . Not likely but possible . Keep in mind Chino you bought one of the best cars in terms of reliability and maintenence cost on the planet . toyota engineers have more than likely thought of and remedied your concerns .
bravo HTM finally someone sensible lol. ANd if you do run out of fuel the car shuts of doesnt it therefore the pump stops working therefore no burn up.
I do have a problem with the gas pump on a yaris 2006 hatchback. The problems started after several unresponses on the throttle (floored the gas pedal and no gas went to the engine). Checked wires throttle etc. before get to the conclusion that the gas pump was the issue. Change it 2 times and works fine for a day or even less than that. Then it wont start. Any suggestions
hey guys sorry for bringing up an old thread Ive been away for a while but yes Ive heard about it didnt made sense for me neither and Ive left my car without fuel a couple of times (my bad) and the fuel pump is still working. Ive owned my yaris since 2004 and it still works until now... Usually when it is cool and I step on the gas pedal it hesitates a few times it also happens randomly not sure why
Quote Originally Posted by jens07yaris Thanks I will look into it. If it does work.ill be saving over 500 plus labor. Oreilly auto parts wants 600 for a fuel pump. Dealer wants 350. Only in california you can get fucked like this. I actually have a perfect yaris one that I purchased to do some bench pressure testing of the fuel pressure regulator. If you are interested I would sell it for 100 shipped.
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
Quote Originally Posted by CTScott I actually have a perfect yaris one that I purchased to do some bench pressure testing of the fuel pressure regulator. If you are interested I would sell it for 100 shipped. If you dont mind me asking what was your reason to test the regulator And yes I would.like to buy the pump. If you can give me a couple weeks mobey is real tight at the moment._
Quote Originally Posted by jens07yaris If you dont mind me asking what was your reason to test the regulator And yes I would.like to buy the pump. If you can give me a couple weeks mobey is real tight at the moment._ I was doing experiments with measuring the fuel flow and pressure regulation in regards to the need to upgrade the fuel system for supercharged or turbo yaris. I measured the stock flow
we have seen a few Yarii with FP issues. the first was DEFINITELY the sender there was no fuel in the car and it was reporting 2 or 3 bars. The second was the pump gone bad. Not super common but fuel pumps usually arent with toyotas. FYI toyota wants an arm and a leg for most parts. some things are ridiculous
Quote Originally Posted by bankrobber 800 dollars for a fuel pump is crazy. How can it cost that much 1000.00 is a pretty standard charge for ANY make car around here - not just toyota. Not sure about the yaris but they normally have to drop the gas tank its labor.
Access to the pump in the yaris is through the floor in the back. I think they have to remove the rear seat maybe six bolts hey Scott Im sure its standard protocol to change both but couldnt they just change the sender (the cheaper part 80) and see if that fixed it Sure doesnt seem like a fuel pump that failed.
Quote Originally Posted by djscaggs I have a 2007 yaris went on my way home from St. Louis Missouri about a 2 hour drive from where I live. The car starts to slow down on me and when I give it gas nothing happens was able to drive it for several miles before the engine light comes on and then it stops all together. I had to be towed home and since i was over the warranty I took it to a local dealer
yaris9876 thanks for the pic. when I get that off how does the white plastic thing come off Do you lift up the whole thing at once or pull 1 part at a time.Does it unscrew or just pull I would think the seal would come from the plastic thing rather than the goo.... additional pics would be great.. What would I expect to pay for a new filter Autozone The top of the tank has a ring that screws on. toyota
Hi Guys I have 2009 toyota yaris with 65K Miles. I tried to look for the fuel filter part on RockAuto but it looks like they have the fuel filter for 2008 but not for 2009. I am not able to find 2009 fuel filter anywhere.. Does fuel filter assembly is totally different in 2009 compared to 2008 or I will have to replace entire fuel pump..
sure it was the fuel pump relay behind the dashboard. We ended up outside in the Cineplex parking lot for an hour. NO tools and a smoking hot lot. Same symptoms as the Echo. It ended up being a bad distributor. Could very well be the fuel pump relay though... Quote Originally Posted by bronsin I am trying to help oneone on another forum who is having a problem with their ECHO. Since ECHOs and yariss
From what Ive read on the Forced Induction forum the stock fuel pump will definitely work and stock injectors should work as well. But I am by no means any sort of expert on the subject. But I would be interested depending on price if it works. )
Quote Originally Posted by ryank From what Ive read on the Forced Induction forum the stock fuel pump will definitely work and stock injectors should work as well. But I am by no means any sort of expert on the subject. But I would be interested depending on price if it works. ) 1 stock pumpinjectors should handle 6 psi. Just need a piggyback for the ECU.
I know this is an old topic but my 2007 yaris is doing the exact same thing. This is my first post and so far this forum has been the only source online that has been of any use in fixing my car myself. Ive gone through and tested as you described and Im getting no voltage on pin 4a-8. I was hoping that you could tell me if replacing the body ecu fixed your problem If the body ecu is part of the fuse
Quote Originally Posted by Edmond I know this is an old topic but my 2007 yaris is doing the exact same thing. This is my first post and so far this forum has been the only source online that has been of any use in fixing my car myself. Ive gone through and tested as you described and Im getting no voltage on pin 4a-8. I was hoping that you could tell me if replacing the body ecu fixed your problem
I was able to double check pins 4B-11 and 4A-8. With Key ON there was 12v at pin 4B-11 and nothing at 4A-8. I threw 12v to the fuel pump and I could here it run. I checked continuity between pin 4A-8 and the black wire at the fuel pump under the back seat and it appears to be the same wire. I tried to start the car while supplying 12v to the fuel pump to no avail. The car has had this problem since
Quote Originally Posted by Edmond I was able to double check pins 4B-11 and 4A-8. With Key ON there was 12v at pin 4B-11 and nothing at 4A-8. I threw 12v to the fuel pump and I could here it run. I checked continuity between pin 4A-8 and the black wire at the fuel pump under the back seat and it appears to be the same wire. I tried to start the car while supplying 12v to the fuel pump to no avail.
just buying a little time... my hatch has no power on acceleration (good at idle)unless I pump the pedal. I cleaned the entire fuel system except the pump and filter in the tank. I put in new injectorscleaned throttle all other stuff and OCV too. If it isnt the pumpregulator at 400K miles then its the computer. the engine swap is going to take some organizing and time.
Yes. I also messed up the fuel pump when I drove in his car in Germany. In Europe I bought the pump from the European yaris. pumps have differences in appearance. I had to collect one of the two pumps.
Quote Originally Posted by yaris9876 does this look like a real new pump for the 1.5 seems cheap.... httpwww.ebay.comitmfuel-pump-St...-231051671953 Looks new enough as I bought one. Thanks.
actually the toyota new car warranty covers the tow and a rental during repair. if it is bad fuel go to the local parts store and get some iso-heet and a fuel system cleaner best bet is to get it towed to the dealer relays pump ecu injector or electrical are all covered under the new car warranty.
You can try Napa auto for an aftermarket O.E. replacement fuel pump. best place to find the pump is at a toyota dealer if your looking for a O.E. part. Check with your dealer it my be covered under your warranty if you still have it.
The fuel pump is a small plastic cylinder that sits in the bottom of the sender unit pictured in the link above.
The yaris fuel pump is about the size of a D cell battery. I changed mine out for my project -- tiny little thing
pardon me for bringin up a old thread but anyone here have a fuel pump whining problem It only started when the fuel filter was changed at the 80k km service which i regretted doing it already... (
Here are a coupe more fuel sender assembly with pump inside Sender - Gauge.jpg pump assembly removed from the sender (filter end view) fuel Filter.jpg pump removed fuel pump.jpg
Just got my walbro fuel pump in good time car barely runs down the road not enough fuel pressure I took apart my fuel assembly to find that the walbro does not fit into the pump assembly the walbro is a bit to big .... Any possibility I can run the pump outside the assembly Or maybe configure a new bracket inside the fuel pump any ideas or feedback
That is typically an indicator that the battery rather than the fuel pump is getting tired.