Owners may contact Toyota customer service at 1-800-331-4331, or Pontiac customer service at 1-800-762-2737. I have learned that Toyota recalled vehicles for this exact problem but I never received a recall notice. My boss laughed but I felt pretty damn stupid. I brought it to a mechanic that replaced one of the sensors, however the problem persists. Told no time was available to check, and appointment booked for November 12th. Hit a deer going 60 mph on highway, just had to replace bumper. After driving the sedan, it seems the Yaris is climbing Darwin's ladder, but it's not as evolved as it should be.
It was visibly cracked, and near mfg recommended replacement mileage. So they finally replaced the clutch line. Leak on high and low. I told him it was way worse in reverse, he drove it a second time reversing up a hill. Many drivers found the driving position flawed. Q 2 is; If the floor math didn't allow the clutch pedal to be fully depressed, would that prevent the starter from turning over?. Once they were able to duplicate the problem they replaced an ignition coil and spark plug and everything was working Screeching sound during acceleration.
Installed timing chain repair kit, rattling became a bit quieter, rest of it coming perhaps from the sprocket of the first camshaft I did not replace yet is hard to find as a spare part. While driving approximately 45 mph, the vehicle began to decelerate and would not respond when the accelerator was engaged with the illumination of the check engine warning light. I plan to take it down to the shop tomorrow to have the have alternator replaced. The contact stated that while driving into a parking space the vehicle suddenly accelerated. I love this car so much I bought it twice. The problem with my 2007 Toyota Yaris is sudden acceleration with accelerator getting stuck at partially depressed levels around 50-60 mph.
One driver only, and a secind driver for 1 month now. The contact suffered a neck injury during the incident. Of course not as dumb as one mechanic felt for a service call I went on. I hope someone can help identify this problem. It is still not the easiest to drive. In March the dealership replaced the alternator however the problems were not fixed. Immediately following the failure the check engine light illuminated on the contact's dashboard.
Can any one tell us how to resolve this problem? I took it to vann york Toyota in high point, nc and they told me the cause of my problem was after market floor mats. Replaced spark plug and code went away. Found out in summer when warning light came on. I had my foot on the brake the whole time. I showed to the toyota service centre but they are asking to replace the whole system instead of identifying the problem. Karin9546 answered 5 years ago The clutch kit appears to have problems, I am aware of 3 individuals, who have had to replace the clutch kit.
Once they were able to duplicate the problem they replaced an ignition coil and spark plug and everything was working Screeching sound during acceleration. General Motors will contact the Pontiac owners. She was able to decelerate by shifting the vehicle into neutral gear. Put a new bushing in and it was good to go. If you could help me figure out what could be the problem I would really appreciate it, Thanks, Bill from Australia. I asked if he had checked the air filter and he said he's a mechanic he knows what he's doing. It takes about ten minutes of this and then the car slowly starts turning over.
Until then intermittent check engine light is still present. In the event of a vehicle crash, the seat could move increasing the risk of injury to the seat occupant. The inside is incredibly roomy and can fit 4 people very comfortably. I had a 400kw genset that wouldn't start on me once. Had to have the entire system replaced and a new catalytic converter installed. Other than this 100% reliable.
Check engine light reset, and told to return if it re-appeared. Hi, I have got the same car that you got and it is also doing the shaking. Suddenly, the vehicle slowed down. On Manual Transmission cars, the safety switch is called the Clutch Safety Switch or Clutch Pedal Position Switch and it's located under the dash, making contact whith the clutch pedal lever and works when the clutch is fully depressed and the switch's push-off button is released. . The car has been in the shop four times over the space of 4 months. So im stuck with roll up windows.
I changed the spark plugs and started well but, after a while, it began trembling and the starter did not stabilize. She got as much as 38mpg in the city, and 43 on the highway with the auto trans. Our Yaris has an automatic transmission easier for the kids ; I suspect the manual would be fun to drive. Sound returned two weeks later. Drive it around the block again and it does the same thing.
In other cases the switch is located in the steering column mounting location The purpose of the switch is to prevent the engine from starting in gear to prevent accidental launches as the engine starts. I noticed this when braking at a traffic light after driving at high speed and also when turning the engine off and starting it again; it starts with around 500 rpm and it is only after some minutes that it normalizes. The gasket and flange that attach to the manifold were corroded and decaying and had to be replaced. This car totally serves my purpose. Dealer found defective water pump and replaced the water pump under warranty. The contact was able to restart the vehicle and took it to the dealer for a diagnostic test.