Quote Originally Posted by lamadoo Have you guys experienced any problems after washing your yaris I have been using a high pressure hose at the self-car wash and sometimes also spraying on the clear coat they have as well. Afterwards my yaris would experience a lost in acceleration immediately or soon afterwards of driving (Shows up TPS sensor problem in code scanner) or sometimes my car key lock
I havent been able to find any information that directly applies to the 1nz. Here is some info on swapping the 2zzge into a mr2 spyder. It appears that the 1zz and 2zz are similar (mounting points and wiring harness). I do not think the 1nz shares these attributes...all I can say is swapping the nz1 for the 2zz is probably harder than this... httpspyderchat.comphpBB2viewtopic.phpt12337 Since my 2ZZ
Quote Originally Posted by fu_im_from_texas I havent been able to find any information that directly applies to the 1nz. Here is some info on swapping the 2zzge into a mr2 spyder. It appears that the 1zz and 2zz are similar (mounting points and wiring harness). I do not think the 1nz shares these attributes...all I can say is swapping the nz1 for the 2zz is probably harder than this... httpspyderchat.comphpBB2viewtopic.phpt12337
Having just done mine hopefully I can help since its still fresh Tools Sockets - 8mm 10mm 12mm 14mm (for the 10 12 and 14 mm ones both shallow and deep are good to have on hand) Ratchet with handle extension I used a combination of 38 and 14 drive sockets based on clearance. I also found it necessary to use a piece of pipe on the handle a couple of times to break things loose. I keep a couple of different
That indicates an issue within the evaporative canister back by the gas tank. P0453 could be caused by any of the following Canister pump module &8226 Connectorwire harness (Canister pump module - ECM) &8226 EVAP system hose (pipe from air inlet port to canister pump module canister filter fuel tank vent hose) &8226 ECM Look at page 207 of the Engine Control section of the service manual and work your way down from there for instructions on how to determine what the actual problem is httpwww.microimageonline.comforu...32-yaris-FILES
Quote Originally Posted by CTScott With all that water in the air box you may simply have an evaporative cooler effect. You might be right it certainly makes sense that cooling because of evaporation might occur.. Tonight I fitted a cabin filter and removed some paper that had gotten sucked into the unit. I also pushed a stiff wire up the outlet hose of the AC which caused about about cup of water to drain out of the pipe. Hopefully Ive fixed the problem but if not I guess Ill just have to take it to the dealer on Monday and hope that toyota agrees to fix what ever problem they find out under warranty.
Thanks for the help guys Quote Originally Posted by Black_griffin6 Not trying to sound like an arse but I would highly advise not putting your battery on the ground because it looks to me like you have it on the ground. Odd... from what I understood that was an old wives (husbands) tale. Regardless its up on the shelf in the garage so no worries either way. I just had it there for illustrative purposes.
Quote Whew Im really glad Ken Obenski read the December [above] issue of this newsletter (SPARE TIRETANK CAUTION) and took the time to share his expertise. Hes a registered engineer works in failure analysis and blew open my eyes regarding tire overinflation hazards. My original fear dates back to a 6-year-old Coyote blowing out a 24-inch bicycle tire. The December newsletter understatement The explosive