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just behind the fuel flap

2004 Toyota... | Answered on Jun 18, 2010


Why was a timing belt/water pump service done @ 43K miles??? This is die at 90K miles!! As for the check engine light, they must have disconnected or damaged something. In order to figure out the chk engine light, you must have the computer scanned for the error code(autozone does this for free). Post the code on fixya. Bring the vehicle back for all these issues and demand them to fix it as this wasnt an issue prior!!

2004 Toyota... | Answered on May 31, 2010


The coolant reserve tank is a medium for the radiator to breathe. Water passes from the radiator to the coolant reserve tank and fort.

The car might not necessarily over-heat if the coolant reserve tank is broken, but it is advisable that you replace it to enable it serve its purpose within the operations of the car engine.

Good luck.

2004 Toyota... | Answered on May 27, 2010


Download this link and find your Service manual for your vehicle. It will serve you well and to keep for future reference

http://ezinearticles.com/?Find-the-Free-Auto-Repair-Manual-You-Need-Online&id=92717

2004 Toyota... | Answered on May 02, 2010


yes for the 3 litre motor toyota recomends every 90 000 miles

2004 Toyota... | Answered on Apr 28, 2010


Most timing belts last from 70000 to 120000 miles, so I really don't think you need to worry about a timing belt. If the car starts right up and doesn't hesitate or bog down when running, then the fuel pump is good as well. The only things that would require replacement at this mileage are the air filter and the inline fuel filter. Sounds like someone is out to make a fast buck or two off you.

2004 Toyota... | Answered on Apr 26, 2010


The cabin air filter is actually pretty easy to change. Here are the steps:
  1. Set the air conditioning system to Recirculation. The case for the cabin air cannot be removed with the system in the Outside Air mode.
  2. Turn the engine off.
  3. Open the Glove Compartment
  4. unclip the damper rod on the ride side of the glove compartment. To unclip it usually it is just a squeeze tab but sometimes it is a phillips head screwdriver.
  5. The glove compartment now must be squeezed together at the rear to allow the tabs to be released. Just let the glove compartment hang down.
  6. Through the glove compartment opening, locate the filter cover and remove.
  7. Remove dirty filter and replace with the new and reverse steps 1-5 to put it back together.
Shouldnt take to long usually takes me about 5 minutes to change it.

2004 Toyota... | Answered on Apr 21, 2010


sound like your starter giving you problem.

2004 Toyota... | Answered on Mar 28, 2010


bottom rear of the engine, u must be under the car to see it.

2004 Toyota... | Answered on Mar 24, 2010


could cause problems later on down the road with your bearings and syncros in your tranny,

2004 Toyota... | Answered on Mar 10, 2010


The recommended interval to change the timing belt on your 2004 Toyota Avalon is 90,000 miles or 144,840 kilometres (KM) When you do the repair, also replace the water pump and timing belt tensioner

http://www.tundrasolutions.com/forums/avalon/34367-avalon-timing-belt-replacement-other-service/

2004 Toyota... | Answered on Mar 10, 2010


lower the glove box and its forward of that, should be a plastic panel to remove.

2004 Toyota... | Answered on Jan 15, 2010


Any certified can replace it, it does not have to be changed by the dealer. In fact any ASE certified mechanic can do this without losing your warranty if it has one, they an also do other work as well. Normally the independent shops charge slightly less than the dealer. If it's under warrenty yo could take it in but they will charge you for it and they are not cheep.

2004 Toyota... | Answered on Jan 05, 2010


I just take a 12v test light. the kind that looks like a sharp screwdriver with a bulb in the handle and a wire coming out the back with a clip attached to the wire, and hook the cli[p to some bare metal (which will be ground), then turn the key on and touch the tester to each side of the fuse, to see if the tester lights up on both sides. What I mean by both sides is that on the fuse itself you will see two little spots where the metal comes through and can be accessed with the sharp tip of the tester. there may be fuses that do not light up on either side, dont worry about them they are not going to be the one you are concerned about for this diagnose. but if you run accross a fuse that only lights on one side, you have found a blown fuse.
I hope this helps, and in the future for others.
DK

2004 Toyota... | Answered on Jan 04, 2010


They usually take a watch battery, You should be able to get one at "Batteries Plus" or some place like that.

2004 Toyota... | Answered on Dec 20, 2009

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