20 Most Recent 2001 Toyota Yaris Questions & Answers


Hello
u will find a lot of wiring diagrams
and circuit diagrams help books and stuff like this at reliable-store
the girl in the chat box can help u instantly... im a frequent buyer there since Im a mechanic so take help from there

2001 Toyota... | Answered on Feb 04, 2019


C0000 Vehicle Speed Information error.

2001 Toyota... | Answered on Aug 22, 2017


The issue with a car that starts up at first but then proceeds to stall immediately afterward is associated with the amount and quality of fuel being pumped through the engine block. The kind of car in question dictates whether a carburetor is present in the vehicle or if a fuel injection system is in charge of regulating these qualities. In instances where the automobile starts but does not continue to run, one of these two systems is present in the car and is not working properly.
These systems are susceptible to failure in cases where the wrong kind of fuel is present. This is a common occurrence in cases where a vehicle owner puts an inappropriate type of gasoline or diesel into the tank. In other instances, the trouble with the carburetor or fuel injection system is that these assets are simply worn out, broken or filled with residue

2001 Toyota... | Answered on Oct 30, 2016


There is a problem with the SRS (airbag). This is something that must be fixed by a qualified mechanic (usually at the dealer). The airbags will not work (in a crash) while the light is on.

2001 Toyota... | Answered on Feb 02, 2016


Don't go replacing anything until you have had a Toyota tech check the car and determine the cause or causes of the fault code. It may well also be throwing other fault codes that need attention that will show up on Toyota diagnostic equipment that you have absolutely no idea about.

If the car is accelerating dangerously due to a fault, most likely in an electrical component(s), you do not want to be trying "do it yourself" fixes when you do not really understand what is happening, the exact cause and the correct fix or fixes for the problem.

2001 Toyota... | Answered on Mar 10, 2015


double posted and outside USA.
so try posting country, or go to your dealer and ask that.
or their online store. we dont have that car hear, in 2001 USA

2001 Toyota... | Answered on Dec 02, 2014


the whole thing?
ever heard of Toyota dot com?
all 3000 parts are there and all partnumbers.
we dont have 2001 yaris here. so can not show parts.
find your dealer and look on their pages, for your car parts.
we got our first in 2007.
so where are you,? and not saying where, means we
really have no idea what transmissions is used on yours.
exactly

2001 Toyota... | Answered on Dec 02, 2014


To reset the engine malfunction light disconnect the battery negative terminal for 5 Sec or more and then reconnect. Relearn the idle speed control valve. Relearn the windows.
To reset the maintenance light switch on the ignition. Bring the trip meter to A. Switch off the ignition. Press and hold the trip meter button. While pressing the button switch on the ignition and keep pressing it for 10 sec and release.

2001 Toyota... | Answered on Oct 27, 2014


Most likely there could be three reasons for your problem:
1. Gear selector switch on the transmission has poor connections at P and N. (Adjust or replace the selector switch assembly, if it is automatic transmission).
2. Starter motor assembly needs overhauling/ repair.
3. Harness wiring.
Even though if the immobilizer system is armed, the starter should run normally but the car would't start.

2001 Toyota... | Answered on Oct 13, 2014


It sounds like the vacume hose on your power brake booster is leaking.
Its located on the firewall inside the engine conpartment.
Google search in "images" power brake booster for your model of car and see for yourseilf.good luck.
,Gary

2001 Toyota... | Answered on Sep 15, 2014


"Vehicle Speed Sensor Malfunction". That may be either related to the speedometer or related to the ABS, if your Yaris is equipped with ABS. It indicates that the car THINKS that it should be able to sense how fast the wheels are turning when you're in motion, but it's getting a strange signal from the sensor.

Since this is a Yaris with front-wheel drive, your speed sensors will be somewhere between the transaxle and the front wheels, probably one on each side. Look for some sort of small device mounted next to the axle shafts or next to the brakes - that device should have wiring connected to it. Check the little electrical connector, make sure it's plugged together correctly. The sensor itself may have failed, though, so be prepared to replace one or the other. if replacing one doesn't solve the problem, put the original one back and use the new one to replace the sensor on the other side of the car.

2001 Toyota... | Answered on Jul 30, 2014


It sounds like one or both of of your rear brakes is dragging or partially seized up.this would cause the ABS light to register.To fix the problem it will require you to service the brakes by freeing up the parking brake and getting everything moving again.Use a lubricant for brakes.Check the rear brake lining as they may be worn from being partially on.Make sure the caliper assembly is also moving freely and doesn't need replacing.This is of course if you are handy with a set of tools.If you haven.t done this kind of work before take it in and have it looked at.Brake work is either 100% correct or dangerously wrong.Good Luck

2001 Toyota... | Answered on Jul 10, 2014

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