At this time specifically catalytic converter is not an approved part. The vehicle was not diagnoised or repaired. Insurance company refused to total vehicle and original factory replacement parts were denied. I took it to a mechanic and they told me that the engine is burning oil due a ring or rings torn up. The dealer stated that the parts were not available. It's coming on most of the time now. I know some of them.
Dear Sirs, I appreciate for the information you downloaded. I have been advised to get the serpentine belt changed, timing chain slipping, wiring fault or sensor is misplaced. It is a vvt-i petrol engine. Takata recall I have submitted papers of numerous accidents and also engine and transmission failures my vehicle has given me. Not the main brake warning light.
The manufacturer was notified of the failure. An engine tear-down may be required to fix that. The failure mileage was 199,000. Any help you can give me before I spend a lot of money having it looked at would be greatly appreciated. How exactly could I check the oil pressure? The contact took the vehicle to a tire repair shop who replaced all four tires but the contact was uncertain of when the failure may recurr.
The contact stated that the manufacturer had exceeded a reasonable amount of time for the recall repair. Looking up I found the cover to the fuse box. The contact had been waiting one year to have the recall repair performed. The manufacturer was made aware of the failure. The vehicle was not repaired.
Error code b1650 and b1797. The vehicle was taken to the dealer. First thing to do is get a calibrated oil pressure gauge and check the actual oil pressure on a hot engine. Alfredo The two symptoms you mentioned bother me. The failure recurred on multiple occasions.
This will help your mechanic evaluate the issue. Check your front pads and rear shoes. The approximate failure mileage and current mileage was 125,700. A warning light came up on my dashboard of my 2003 toyota corolla wagon - it is the top left hand corner of the warning lights and look somewhat like a cauldron. I know some of them. The manufacturer was notified of the failure. The failure mileage was 200,000.
And a leak-down test if that is indicated. See your vehicle's Owner's Manual for more details. The contact stated that a plastic strip was sticking out of the passenger side air bag and that the front passenger side air bag warning light illuminated indicating air bag was off while the seat was occupied and the driver's side air bag illuminated indicating off while the seat was occupied. On the other hand, yellow, orange or red dashboard indicator lights are typically a sign of much more serious issues. Also, if your fluid level is low it is also a sign that your brakes may need to be serviced. I ended up grabbing the key and shutting the engine down to avoid losing control on the snow covered road and hitting traffic in front of me. The failure mileage was 199,000.
I do however have open availability for a car inspection at my home if you guys were to send someone to come take a look at it. Any help you can give me before I spend a lot of money having it looked at would be greatly appreciated. The failure mileage was 114,850. If you think this is the issue, how can I remove the solenoid? The vehicle was not diagnosed or repaired. Could it be a simple problem with the switch making the car think the emergency brake is still on? To troubleshoot these issues, I suggest you to refer the help links provided below. Toyota notified at they declined to provide repair again at there expense. This can be hard to detect unless the master cylinder is removed from the brake vacuum booster.
The contact owns a 2009 Toyota Corolla. The first two or three were replaced while the car was still under warranty, but I have had to replace the same right front wheel bearing another three to four times thereafter at my own expense. The failure mileage was 100,000. The air bag warning light illuminated after the repair. There are direct links with accurate solution, for these specific issues.
I went to my mechanic and he added more brake oil to the car which made brake light go away. I am unable to go to a dealership and get my vehicle checked but because it's non operating at the moment. The vehicle was taken to a dealer where it was diagnosed that the air bag senor needed to be reset or the air bag needed to be replaced. The vehicle was not diagnosed or repaired. The contact stated that the manufacturer exceeded a reasonable amount of time for the recall repair. The manufacturer was not notified of the failure. I tried to kick the pedal loose and could not.