2001 Toyota Echo - Answered Questions & Fixed issues


take off the tire remove the brake drum let go the four bolts on the inside part behind backing plate should be able to tap the whole unit out without taking off the brake pads

2001 Toyota Echo | Answered on Aug 26, 2018 | 342 views


I think it is 8mm

2001 Toyota Echo | Answered on Aug 26, 2018 | 57 views


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.

2001 Toyota Echo | Answered on Aug 26, 2018 | 2,430 views


yes there is a fuse inside the car drivers side fuse panel.check the one under the hood driver's side and one under the dash where the radio is

2001 Toyota Echo | Answered on Aug 26, 2018 | 253 views


you have to remove brake pads, rotors, struts, tie rod end and lower ball joint. whole unit comes out then. the bearing has to be pressed out and new one pressed back in good luck

2001 Toyota Echo | Answered on Aug 26, 2018 | 1,271 views


try passenger side under dash but to the side take off that panel just a guess

2001 Toyota Echo | Answered on Aug 26, 2018 | 623 views


your clutch and throw out bearing needs to be replaced

2001 Toyota Echo | Answered on Aug 26, 2018 | 71 views


could be your coils breaking down when hot or your starter is bad good luck

2001 Toyota Echo | Answered on Aug 26, 2018 | 91 views


the battery light indicates problem with alternator has nothing to do with overheating unless your belt is not functioning properly check that over heating is caused by thermostat clogged radiator or bad radiator cap good luck

2001 Toyota Echo | Answered on Aug 26, 2018 | 235 views


the spring inside the handle or a rivet breaks, You can't buy these parts seperately so you will have to get a new handle for it

2001 Toyota Echo | Answered on Aug 04, 2018 | 502 views


I have this same problem, and I removed the interior door fascia to examine the cause.
As mentioned, the moving, plastic part of the door handle has a recess that houses the return spring. Under stress (under too little stress, if you ask me), part of that plastic that surrounds the spring ruptures (tears), and the spring can no longer exert sufficient force to get the handle to retract flush against the car.
There is no way to fic that plastic part--you have to replace the entire handle. Searching for "Toyota Echo Door Handle" will find you a number of on-line sites that sell BLACK handles for under $7.00! The dealer wants something like $50-$70 for an OEM part, with the right color.
I have the service manual, and replacing these things is a *****! You have to use a TORX bit to remove the actual latch in the door, to get it out of the way.
There isn't actually any fixed linkage between the handle and the interior latch mechanism. When you pull the handle up enough, a plastic cam on the handle strikes a metal lever within the car door, forcing the latch to release the steel hoop. So once you can ACCESS the handle, swapping it out looks straightforward. The problem is, accessing it is a pain. Make sure you have a magnetic grabber handy for the hardware!
I have yet to find a cheap source for SILVER handles on the Internet (none of the Internet Junkyards have responded).

2001 Toyota Echo | Answered on Aug 04, 2018 | 3,907 views


remove the belt from the alternator take out the bottom bolt and the adjuster bolt on top unplug your wires and it's ready to come out you might have to access the bottom bolt through a panel on the front passenger side of car

2001 Toyota Echo | Answered on Jan 30, 2018 | 2,391 views


there should be separate relays for your headlights inside the fuse panel under the hood drivers side fender

2001 Toyota Echo | Answered on Jan 30, 2018 | 1,185 views


under the hood drivers side next to battery on fender

2001 Toyota Echo | Answered on Jan 30, 2018 | 306 views


Under the steering wheel

2001 Toyota Echo | Answered on Jan 30, 2018 | 62 views


check the switch for the blower on the heater unit it's the one for adjusting the speeds I had to replace one on mine it was faulty

2001 Toyota Echo | Answered on Jan 30, 2018 | 45 views


did you try another h/L bulb?

2001 Toyota Echo | Answered on Jan 04, 2018 | 41 views


Brother Mark, I know just what you mean. What happened is that the wire on the end of the cable has pulled out of the hole on the lever at the control because the cable has dried inside the housing and needs lubrication. Near impossible to do without taking it out, then mas as well replace the cable. Most likely the lever on the control valve that shuts the water line off at the firewall has stiffened up and caused you to force it and pulled the cable out at the valve in front of you on the firewall under hood. I don't know pricing on this stuff because I always do my own work. I build my vehicles, not buy them. Either way, it's the water control valve and cable that need attention. I just open the valve with pliers under the hood for winter if I don't feel like changing it right away. the other stuff on the control panel works fine.

2001 Toyota Echo | Answered on Nov 12, 2017 | 72 views

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