Top 20 2001 Toyota Echo - Page 7 Questions & Answers


First your cluth problem most possible cause is your trow out bearing, and second snow tires get louder with speed thats normal,

2001 Toyota Echo | 316 views | 1 helpful votes


Hi and welcome to FixYa!

May I ask what kind of noise do you hear and what side does it occur. Hope to know more.

Thank you.

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Sounds like it may be the throw out bearing. The transmission will need to be removed in order to inspect or replace the bearing. It's a simple problem but somewhat of a major job.

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if it doesn't have a dipstick there should be a plug located on the tranny that you can take out if the fluid flows out of it then it should be full.

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the "donut" as it is refered to is the round casket place between to flared ends if your exhaust pipe.

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throttle position sensor needs checked

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does the vehicle have theft lock on it? i had a fam. member this week go three days without his vehicle that ran awesome too. using the same key he always did and all... i went and looked at his vehicle, noticed the theft light would come on when i put the key in the ignition, so i asked him about the key, and he said thats the one he always used, so i had him get me the original key for the vehicle, ( the one he was using he had made, and put the original up) he got it for me i put it in the ignition and the vehicle started right up.... there is a code in the key that the vehicle reads and if its not there the vehicle will not start.. Like i said he had used his key he had made, the whole time he has owned the vehicle, and it just now decided to do it.. dont know why... but hey its a thought.. hope this helps

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fan motor stays on when engine is hot.it means their is a triggering devise to make ON and OFF. if you are experiencing high temperature than the normal,cooling system has defect. you need to check radiator,radiator cup and the thermostat. thermostat is the devise that make your fan motor's work.

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First thing I would check is ATF fluid level.

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is the fusible link good ? to remove, disconnect (+) and (-) battery posts, unbolt hold down clamp and remove.
installation is reversal

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Fix the leak then change the thermostat, and it will stop overheating. If there is more to the story than you are telling us, then here is an article that will tell you how to diagnose an overheating Toyota.

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My suggestion is to get a repair manual if your going to work on your own vehicle, and it's easy and inexpensive to get a high quality repair manual. To be better prepared, read up on the job you're about to perform, it will show you component locations, bolt torque settings and what special tools you'll need.
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CHANGE FUEL FILTER AND AIR FILTER. AND CLEAN FUEL INJECTORS DO THIS MINOR TUNE UP TO SEE IF IT HELPS.A MINOR TUNE UP WILL HELP FIX PROBLEM IF ITS MINOR PROBLEM MOST OF THE TIME.

2001 Toyota Echo | 259 views | 1 helpful votes


  • remove wheel
  • undo top and bottom strut bolts...3 in the engine bay and two at the wheel end.
  • remove strut

2001 Toyota Echo | 2,585 views | 5 helpful votes


I also have a Echo and would suggest:
Air filter, spark plugs. If it is still sluggish I would then replace the upstream 02 sensor. The fuel filter is apparently lifetime so it should be okay.

2001 Toyota Echo | 1,696 views | 10 helpful votes


MISSING CAUSED BY MANY THINGS LIKE BAD SPARK PLUGS, WEAK IGNITION COILS.STOPPED UP FUEL FILTER OR FUEL INJECTORS.WEAK FUEL PUMP.CHECK FUEL PUMP PRESSURE SHOULD BE 44 - 50 PSI.LOW CYLINDER COMPRESSION CAUSE MISSING.

2001 Toyota Echo | 566 views | 1 helpful votes


No there is no way you will have to bring it to autozone which they will pull the codes for free on OBDII cars

2001 Toyota Echo | 121 views | 0 helpful votes


this could be a fews things...Bad fuel or water in tank.. Replace fuel filter and put some high octane boost in the tank and fill up with 93 octane. You may need a tune up

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Hello,

Get under your car, remove the right hand side under engine covers. the starter is held in by two bolts. i believe they are either 12mm or 14mm. remove thoses and take the starter out. should be simple

Take care

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