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TOYOTA YARIS Nippon Oil Filter

Well a little bit of story first... my friend bought this 98 Corolla VE 2 months ago. It was a very sweet deal... 2500 with only 48000km. The body is not in that great shape.. its bumped dinged here and there. Anyways... with just 48k km Ok i suspect if its real or not... Since we were changing the oil.. i took time to check all the oil level... the air filter and such. It had a denso air filter brake

oil filterS Mobil 1 M1103 K & N HP1003 Fram Extra Guard PH4967 Fram High Mileage HM4967 Fram Tough Guard TG4967 Fram Double Guard DG4967 Pennzoil PZ39 httpwww.partsamerica.comProductL...foroilfilter Advance Auto oil filter AA4967 __________________________________________ Fram transmission filter Kit FT1220 No known air filters (yet)

Quote Originally Posted by Racer X-8 oil filterS Mobil 1 M1103 K & N HP1003 Fram Extra Guard PH4967 Fram High Mileage HM4967 Fram Tough Guard TG4967 Fram Double Guard DG4967 Pennzoil PZ39 httpwww.partsamerica.comProductL...foroilfilter Advance Auto oil filter AA4967 __________________________________________ Fram transmission filter Kit FT1220 No known air filters (yet) Thanks Racer X-8 No Fram on my yaris. Fram The Orange Canister of Death

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TOYOTA YARIS 2009 Sedan Auto Transmission Oil Change DIY

anyone have a DIY manual on how to change tranny oil for the automatic transmission on a 2009 toyota yaris (drain and fill) im just reaching 50k km and would like to change it.

Scott If I choose to do the oil change 2-3 times to get most the oil out should I wait to change the filter on the last drain

Quote Originally Posted by potorap Scott If I choose to do the oil change 2-3 times to get most the oil out should I wait to change the filter on the last drain That would make sense. That way you put the new filter in with as much fresh fluid as possible.

If your are concerned you could take your vehicle to a transmission shop such as aamco that has a transmission flush machine. They disconnect the lines to the cooler and introduce the machine in its place. The dirty fluid goes into the machine and fresh clean fluid goes back in. Dialysis for your transmission. That way you get 100 percent fluid exchange and needs to be only done once. Afterwards they will drop the pan and change the filter and gasket. Typical cost is about 250

Ok guys Just finished dropping the tranny pan and replacing filter. This was the second draining and I am satisfied with job. I am surprised at the amount of metal in the pan and on the old filter. I do not understand why toyota doesnt recommend a filter change except for us to purchase a new tranny.Thanks to Scott for the advice on filter change at 100k. I do feel a considerable improvement in shifting

TOYOTA YARIS should oil be changed in manual transmission

Hello I have a 2007 yaris with 75000 miles and the 5-speed manual. Is there a scheduled maintenance for the manual transaxle. That is should the gear oil be changed at certain intervals. Thanks for any replies because I can find nothing regarding it.

i find that the MT doesnt matter too much..... dont get me wrong it should always be done and when u are to get to it remove the pan and clean it out jsut wipe it down with clean papertowels dont introduce any cleaning products (windex bad) and make sure to clean the magnets. transmission oil i find lasts a very very long time but as u go over and beyond the due date the life of the car goes down a

TOYOTA YARIS Installing a external in line transmission filter.

Has anyone installed a in line transmission filter before. Simular to how ford does thier fuel filters. I was thinking about taping into one of the transmission cooler lines that goes through the radiator. And installing a transmission filter in line. Good way to catch all the metal debri running through the transmission especially since its new while its going through its break in process there should

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TOYOTA YARIS Transmission oil

I have not changed the trans oil since I purchased my car I think it is time to change it but can someone tell me how to and which oil should i use

it probably does say and isnt recommended for atleast 100000 miles(km). It never hurts to change it and if you drive hard its a good thing. kitt if you drive normal cruising most the time but getting on the throttle sometimes your still good id wait til 100000km if i were you.... if you drive it hard id give it a few thousand kms while you research parts(filter fluid) and what exactly needs to be done

TOYOTA YARIS How long have you ever gone between oil changes

Hi yarisworlders Just curious the longest you guys have gone between oil changes. Im kind of anal retentive about changing the oil but am thinking about easing up my intervals a bit.... Thanks. bj

miles. I followed that up with the shortest interval (2430 miles) re the next oilfilter change. My oilfilter change intervals through about 235k miles (15 changes with the last one at just under 226k ) are on post 62 (Page 4) on narly charleys Post your oil change regimen thread (5 page thread started January of 2013). My 16th oilfilter change (post 76 page 5) was at 240010 miles. I had Gullo toyota

miles. I followed that up with the shortest interval (2430 miles) re the next oilfilter change. My oilfilter change intervals through about 235k miles (15 changes with the last one at just under 226k ) are on post 62 (Page 4) on narly charleys Post your oil change regimen thread (5 page thread started January of 2013). My 16th oilfilter change (post 76 page 5) was at 240010 miles. I had Gullo toyota

TOYOTA YARIS Toyota Vitz 2005 1.3L Auto Air Filter

Hi all I am a new member and this is my first post. I have a toyota Vitz 1.3L Auto 2005 it is exactly same as yaris japanese import. It has done 30000kms and I just got oil and filter replaced with Castrol Magnatec 10w-40 and RYCO oil filter. I want to know if I need to replace the air filter as well and if there is anything else I need to check. I am unable to find transmission and power steering

hey there well its ok to ask many questions...as far as I know for power steering if Im not wrong the yaris dont need power steering fluids it is operated by electrical harness or some sort you can check your manual on that. As for transmission it is located by your intake area. And as for for air filter wise I perfer switching to KnN filter so in long run you can just clean it and put it back. For

Thanks for the reply what about cabin air filter can it be cleaned or needs to be replaced I checked it and it looks quite dirty I dusted it off but did not wash it or anything. I am unable to find the manual is it possible to get it its a Vitz 1.3L 2005 Auto Jap import. Is it easy to check the spark plugs and any instructions on checking the transmission oil

less than 15. Spark plugs wise Ill go for NGK iridium or better. Or the denso ones heard those are good too. Spark plugs can cost around 40 KnN drop in filter cost around 45ish and cabin cost less than 15. Along spark plugs and drop in filter can boost some performance. transmission oil its the black dip stick on the right side of your engine. I think you use WS oil which is the factory oil by toyota.

Thanks a lot for your help. To sum it all up my car has done about 20000 miles and you think I should change the spark plugs engine filter cabin filter. Is there any guide regarding when to replace what Also I dont have a manual for it and I dont see any dipstick for the transmission oil at all have looked everywhere. I will upload a picture of the engine maybe you can find it. Parts here in NZ are

TOYOTA YARIS P1 86.44 for oil change I feel screwed

I have no experience with vehicles. My yaris is the first new car I bought. I sadly feel often screwed. I went to get an oil change today and was charged 86.44 for it. Here is my questions It was full syntetic oil. Is this the best to get or should I avoid I was over charged...correct It seems ridiculously high. My bill looks something like this Labor 33.84 Parts 48.20 Shop Material 1.35 Sales tax

cents. So really i make 4 dollars flat. I am paying the lube tech 15 a hour that means I dont even cover his salary. Let alone have enough left over to pay for the electricity rent etc. Oh yeah i forgot to mention that includes topping off of fluids. Some cars come in with no wiper fluid. Maybe thats 50 cents to fill it up a gallon and half of washer fluid. Some cars come low on coolant. If its toyota

cents. So really i make 4 dollars flat. I am paying the lube tech 15 a hour that means I dont even cover his salary. Let alone have enough left over to pay for the electricity rent etc. Oh yeah i forgot to mention that includes topping off of fluids. Some cars come in with no wiper fluid. Maybe thats 50 cents to fill it up a gallon and half of washer fluid. Some cars come low on coolant. If its toyota

TOYOTA YARIS How much oil

I have a 2007 yaris Sedan with Auto trans. Im changing the OEM transaxle oil to Amsoil. How may quarts does it use 3 or 4 NOT the Engine oil the transaxle oil.

BTW I also plan on changing the transmission filter. The reason why I asking is because I have a 1997 toyota RAV4 5 speed. I installed an oil cooler and it works for both the axle and the gear box. Which means the transmission and the axle work independent from each other Am I correct Which Amsoil oil does the axle uses

Quote Originally Posted by mensajero BTW I also plan on changing the transmission filter. The reason why I asking is because I have a 1997 toyota RAV4 5 speed. I installed an oil cooler and it works for both the axle and the gear box. Which means the transmission and the axle work independent from each other Am I correct Which Amsoil oil does the axle uses The yaris automatic is a transaxle which means

TOYOTA YARIS Transmission issue

Hello all I have owned my 2009 yaris for a year now and have become very frustrated with how this car drives. I need to hear your opinions on if this is how the vehicle is or does it sound like something is wrong causing the vehicle to drive in this manner. Okay so I have had two incidents where the engine would not start. This is when i was using shell gasoline. So i switched to Sunoco. The problem

car sometimes shifts in weird intervals. A few days it will shift at 30 and 40...then sometime 35 and 45. It is always all over the place when shifting. Most likely temp related.. It will stay in lower gear if the engine is cool (the little temp symbol with cool on it shows up to indicate delayed shifting on my 2010 yaris). Quote Originally Posted by Twistoffate0817 I have taken the car to the toyota

TOYOTA YARIS Silicon found in oil commented by BlackLabs

I just did my 2nd oil analysis at 95K and got the results they commended everything looked great though they noted that Silicon was the only unusual findings and they said due to that being the only indicator that it was probably something harmless like the recent use of silicone sealer or spray lubricant. Which I have not used any and they commented if I had not used any to check my air filter or

on me. And many will say I should be able to go more than 5K on a change with this I also drive most highway (still on original brake pads) Ive often thought I should just use conventional and change it ever 4K and would come out much cheaper but im happy with how everything is coming out and I personally dont mind investing what I am investing in my car I know people that have 200K on their toyota

TOYOTA YARIS My Oil Analysis 2007 hb 5 speed 123994 miles

2007 yaris 5 speed HB purchased at the peak of the gas crisis in 2008 with 22k miles. I just had my first oil analysis and I am pleased with the results but first a little history. Vehicle mileage upon oil analysis 123994. 74 mile per day roundtrip commute (all highway) Original brake pads front and rear. Mobil 1 5-20 NAPA platinum oil filter Plugs at 60 and 120k Air filter every 15k 10k mile oil change

TOYOTA YARIS Tranny FluidOil Drain Plug Questions

I finally got around to changing my oil myself the other day and noticed that he pan for the transmission fluid seemd to have a drain plug in it. Is it possible to just drain the fluid and replace it without dropping the whole pan Also I bought one of those magnetic oil drain plugs from pep boys and it didnt fit. Does anone know what size I need to look for when I got to exchange it TIA Ryan

the transmission fluid hot with the engine running in park. Before checking move the gear selector through the range pausing for 15 seconds or so in each gear. The dipstick on my yaris is darker metal and actually pretty easy to read-better than the engine oil dipstick for certain. I dropped the pan and changed the filter on mine. Refilled with Valvoline Maxlife ATF which is recommended (not by toyota

TOYOTA YARIS Sythetic oil got me 40mpg

Bought a 2012 yaris LE automatic. I was pretty much getting the advertised fuel economy of 32 35. The following service was done to the vehicle. 50 miles at purchase installed K&N washable air filter. 500 miles oil change standard Valvoline 5w30. 2500 miles oil change with standard Valvoline 5w30. 5000 miles oil change with Semi synthetic Valvoline 5W30 cleaned air filter. 10000 miles oil chance with

TOYOTA YARIS Oil Analysis Results 2011 Yaris

Here is the oil analysis results of my wifes 2011 yaris 3dr automatic. When we took delivery in early april the car had 6 miles on it. Drove it home a couple miles away from the dealer and let it cool overnight. I started the engine twice and held at high idle speed in the next two days just to obtain two more complete heat cycles then on the 3rd day I took the car out into the country back roads

TOYOTA YARIS Changing Engine Oil (Mobil)

Hi Friends Greetings for the day I Have purchased yaris Sedan 2008 (at 65k Kms) as my first car before 6 months back At 70k kms I have got it serviced as followed - Engine oil Brand name was CALTEX 1 lts (Texamatic 1888 (automatic transmission fluid) attached is the image as well oil filter Changing Air filter Gear oil Manual Radiator Water Kindly advice now at 75k kms I have to replace engine

TOYOTA YARIS Yaris 2007 sedan (auto) Transmission fluid change and rear wheel noise

Hey guys as Im new here I apologize if this is the wrong thread for such a topic. Mods do move as necessary. I bought this yaris 2007 (auto trans) a year back have changed the engine oil on good time intervals but now I have a hitch to change the Automatic transmission oil. When I checked the dip-stick it was reddish but with a little noticeable black in it. My main questions were that 1) Do I only

TOYOTA YARIS Oil pressure light on

Has anyone else had this issue pop up Dealer said that oil pressure drops from 25psi at idle to 10 or less under load and every time I take foot off gas (when over 2000 rpms) the light comes on for a moment

actually run AMSoil in it. So far since they put a new filter on light has not come back on but I am wondering if it was that the oil filter was just a little lose. Actually car going back in for the transmission since it been messed up since new. They finally going to pull it out and figure out why it has been acting up. Actually there are not that many dealers anywhere around me.

Well an update Amsoil is helping us go after the dealer. The test of the oil showed that there were high levels of gas and sodium in the oil and that the high gas level killed the filter. As for the transmission they did about 2600 worth of work under warranty to replace most everything in it. The car now drives how I always thought a toyota should. When we get all the paper work going to go in and

things in and out of the car easy. The MT gets better gas mileage and will last forever even without oil changes. I have driven my 3 door to Alaska and back (10400 miles in 16 days) in perfect comfort and I was 55 years old then. Sounds like you are in an excellent position the learn with your mechanic friend and the resources here CT Scott is an outstanding font of knowledge about all things yaris

things in and out of the car easy. The MT gets better gas mileage and will last forever even without oil changes. I have driven my 3 door to Alaska and back (10400 miles in 16 days) in perfect comfort and I was 55 years old then. Sounds like you are in an excellent position the learn with your mechanic friend and the resources here CT Scott is an outstanding font of knowledge about all things yaris

TOYOTA YARIS Beware WIX Filter 51394

Hello All I have posted a thread over at BITOG but I will quote it in full here. The rep from WIX is currently helping me try to resolve this problem but I thought it prudent to post this here as well. WIX has done a stealth redesign on the 51394 filter for the yaris and it is no longer compatible as far as I can tell. Quote Hello I bought a 2010 yaris in April of this year and with the help of BITOG

I have used the cheapest crappiest oil filter on every car I have ever owned in 35 years and never had a problem of any kind. Except for my 1974 VW Beetle which didnt HAVE an oil filter. It has the distinction of having the most miles on it 250000 miles. 1980 Subaru 99000 miles - sold to buy 1988 VW Station Wagen for kids. 110ooo miles - sold when the car wouldnt start - fuel pump reply was bad. I

Quote Originally Posted by bronsin I have used the cheapest crappiest oil filter on every car I have ever owned in 35 years and never had a problem of any kind. Except for my 1974 VW Beetle which didnt HAVE an oil filter. It has the distinction of having the most miles on it 250000 miles. 1980 Subaru 99000 miles - sold to buy 1988 VW Station Wagen for kids. 110ooo miles - sold when the car wouldnt

TOYOTA YARIS transmission fluid that indicate must change

can anyone tell me what color and smell of the transmission fluid that will require change. if it does not need to be change that is the best. i check the stick of the transmission oil with a white tissue paper the color look like brownish when wet but when dry on the white tissue paper it look like purple in color. i try to smell and cannot smell nothing burn smell. so do i need to change the transmission

TOYOTA YARIS K&N Filters

Hi everyone I just joined the forum and have a question about K&N filters. Are they a good idea for the yaris I have a 2007 three door Ive heard the oil used on the filter can cause problems for the sensors. Im looking for real world experince on this subject. Thanks in advance. Ken

I put one in mine when the car was new and one in my wifes Scion XB (which has essentially the same motor) at about 20K . I expect there is more oil floating around from the engine itself than from the filter. Both vehicles have 30K mi with no problems. I can only verify about 0.5 Mpg improvement but the better deal is less waste and my wife thinks her car has a little more pep. Another advantage is

TOYOTA YARIS Planning first oil change 500 or 1000mi

As Ive done with most of my new cars I plan on changing the factory oil at 500 or 1000 miles. I feel that getting that break-in oil out asap is a good thing and I find the motor gets quieter and feels nicer after that first change. Can anyone give me a good reason not to change the oil that early Im assuming toyota does not use some special break-in oil that I need to keep in there for the first 5000

I changed my oil after 500 miles. Then installed a magentic drain plug and powerful magnet on my oil filter. And changed it again in another 1000 miles. You wouldnt belive how heavy the oil filter was after 1k miles from all the metal wear particles trapped inside. And the magnet on the oil drain plug as well. If you have ever changed the transmission fluid on a honda that has a magnet on thier drain

TOYOTA YARIS Synthetic Oil

Anyone plan to go Synthetic on their first oil change. What do yall reccommend I have used Mobil1 in the past but I heard they have changed their formula dumbing it down to Castrol Syntec style synthetic. I think Im going to use Amsoil 0W-30 with an Amsoil filter. As for the ATF I think toyota is using synthetic ATF already because there is no scheduled service interval for the ATF flush and fill.

Quote Originally Posted by nsmitchell When switching over to synthetic you are in effect stopping your break in period because synthetics give such excellent wear protection. 8000 miles like 07WyarisRS did sounds like a good time to switch. I will be going Amsoil 2000 0W-30 with an Amsoil Ea filter. I will also be using the Amsoil engine flush. Not sure about switching the ATF though... You need to

TOYOTA YARIS Transmission service at 100000

I am getting close to my 100000 mile transmission service now I was really was on the impression you want to change the filter and complete flush of the fluid I have gone to several fluid places and they all said the exact same thing you do not change the filters on these cars you its a screen and it comes clean with the fluid exchange this is what I have been quoted from several places and a chain

OKay Im approaching 100K should be there by May. here is all I have done guys who want to know. And I guess this is not unusual for toyotas so I hope people werent expecting me to have problems already -) But I do tons of highway driving I guess that is better driving for the engine anyhow. but I changed oil every 5000 the first change was at 1500 miles on the odo and then 5000 there after until I

TOYOTA YARIS Synthetic oil MPG boost since change

Just checked MPG on my first tankfull since my first oil change and switch to Amsoil 5W30. Went from 40.4 to 42.4 MPG hwy. 5% increase. Not too shabby.

Quote Originally Posted by nsmitchell You just cant go wrong with Synthetic oil I cant wait to change over on my first oil change 5% is pretty remarkable just by switching oil. I will be using Series 2000 0W-30. Any reason yall went with 5W-30 Just curious... Overall the 0w-30 is the better oil and lasts longer between oil changed due to higher level of Base stocks. The 5w-30 is still an awesome full

TOYOTA YARIS Decided on synthetic gear oil

Ok I have decided to go for sure with synthetic gear oil with my manual transmission but I have a couple questions. 1. Forgive my ignorance and confusion but I want to be absolutely sure that I understand. When I say gear oil to a mechanic that means manual transmission fluid and that is the one and only fluid that goes in the manual transmission correct 2. I do not want to change it myself just because

If you can change engine oil you can change a manual tranmissions oil. It only has drain and fill plugs (bolts). Drain it out the bottom hole replace the plug and fill it through the upper hole (actually its on the side of the transmission) untill it begins to run out the hole. Replace the upper plug. Done. No filter no nothing else. If you have the tools to remove and replace the plugs and a pan to

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