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I have a Toyota Hiace diesel and when it starts it misfires for about 20 -30 seconds and idles okay, but if you rev it and stop the engine miss then idle okay. Can anyone help?
Try to reprogram your computer box. Or try to change the computer box. I also have a Hi-ace, it also have a same problem and I just reprogram my computer box and it runs well - Jonathan Antonio from Philippines
Submitted: 28/11/2013 10:19:13 | ID: 23564
My Toyota Yaris will not move when I put it into gear when I try to reverse or go forward. Why is this?
Sounds like your clutch has worn out - Keith Lowe from Cheshire
Submitted: 15/11/2013 15:30:12 | ID: 23156
When I started my Toyota Hiace Powervan up this morning it started no problem but all of the lights on the dashboard stayed on. Has anybody got any idea what the problem might be? I know the obvious thing is the alternator, but sometimes it can be other things? I would appreciate any help. Thanks. (Powervan)
It’s the alternator. Did it to me last week. The lights get their earth from the brushes. It was easier to just change the whole thing, however it wasn’t cheap - Gordon from England
Submitted: 14/11/2013 09:52:17 | ID: 23026
I keep getting a double bleeping noise now and again in my Toyota Yaris. Is it for speed cameras?
Are you putting something on your passenger seat that is triggering the seat belt warning sounds? - Bill .. from Devon
Submitted: 12/11/2013 09:37:18 | ID: 22951
When I start my Toyota Yaris there is a loud squealing nose like a belt is too tight. I also hear it if moving slowly in low gear. What could it be? (Vvti)
I had this for a while and have had a mechanic look at it and it was a badly frayed belt, had it changed and all fine now - Michael Mills from Surrey
Submitted: 08/11/2013 12:44:46 | ID: 22862
My Toyota Hiace has no dashboard lights coming on. New battery has been fitted but it seems no power is getting to start the van. What could be wrong?
If you pop the bonnet there’s a fuse box on the right hand side and in there is the fuse for your ignition from the batery which is your problem. Mine blew when I stopped at customs in Italy and the guard knew what is was straight away lol - Ashley Beu from England
Submitted: 04/11/2013 15:17:24 | ID: 22672
Hi there, since I changed the fuel filter of my Toyota Hiace minibus, the filter light on the dashboard has been on for over a month and it is a problem to me now. Is there any possible way of rectifying this problem? Please help. (High Roof)
If this vehicle is a diesel 1kd or 2kd, you need to use a genuine filter. With the key turned off unclip the terminal wire on top of the filter... then get someone to turn the key to the on position (lights on dash showing) and count to 9 before reconnecting terminal... the light will now go out - Wayne from New Zealand
Submitted: 01/11/2013 09:51:41 | ID: 22541
Hi. I have a rattling / noise like something nocking when you drive on a uneven road on my Toyota Hiace which sounds like something is loose or vibration coming from under the bonnet front end. It is doing my head in and now my ears are tuned into it. Has anyone got any suggestions? Cheers.
Check your bonnet stay. I’ve got the same problem, it works loose - Ian from England
Submitted: 29/10/2013 14:12:03 | ID: 22434
My 2003 Toyota Hiace cuts out when I`m slowing down or stopped, the engine management light comes on and the van has no power. When I turn it off and back on again it`s okay for a while. Would anyone know what the problem is? Thanks.
Hi. Did you get your fault fixed? I have the same problem. - Kevin Carolan from England
I have same problem battery light stays on when van warms up just stalls soon as I take foot of the gas. Put brand new alternater in still same prob, please help - zk p from New Zealand
Submitted: 25/10/2013 09:51:07 | ID: 22194
Is it possible to repair the underneath side sills which are corroding in places on my Toyota Hiace 1999 gs? It has 68,000 miles and is mint externally.
Yes, cut out all excess rust and fibreglass and shape to size and paint - TI from Australia
Submitted: 24/10/2013 16:28:32 | ID: 22178
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I recently got my Toyota Hiace. Before reaching south Sudan it started to overheat. It cooled down after replacing the air clearer and cleaning the radiator. Now the local mechanics have said it`s the gasket. I am not convinced. What could the problem be? Please help.
Personally I’d start with the cheap fixes, like thermostat, japparts do them cheap. Buy some rad flush, flush the cooling system and add new antifreeze/coolant mix. The 2lte 2.4td is apparantley known for overheating issues and can crack the cylinder head if overcooked. With the engine cold take off the radiator/coolant pressure relief cap and check with a torch for any bubbles of gas, this could indicate a shot head gasket or cracked head, also check the state of your engine oil, if its emulsified it could also be a sign of head gasket failure, it all depends on where the gasket has failed (if it is the gasket) - Ross Graham from Northumberland
It’s a fault in the way they smelted the aluminium, they put silica in to make it run better in casting, this dissipates in time leaving hairline cracks in the head. A new head cost £440 from 247 spares. - Jason Lingard from England
Submitted: 24/10/2013 15:10:45 | ID: 22159
Please help! I know nothing about cars. It all started when the orange engine management light came on in my Toyota Yaris 1999 1.0 petrol so I took it to the garage where they read the code to be idle sensor. My mechanic friend said it wouldn’t harm the car to drive with it so I did. Durr me! After a few days I noticed my exhaust sounded louder than usual and revs were going upto 2,000 when idling. I took it back to the garage and they say I need a whole new exhaust inc cat converter plus lambda sensor as mine was well past it`s sell by date to say the least. After the garage visit I went to start my car and the exhaust sounded suddenly worse like a rattle, almost like a tractor as my brother described it and then it just wouldn’t turn over. I can still rev the car but as soon I take my foot off the accelerator it cuts out! Sorry for the long story but I’m just wondering if anyone can tell me what’s caused this, what’s the problem, what needs to be fixed and is it worth fixing? I was planning to get the new exhaust done before this happened. I’m lost when it comes to cars and really need your help? Many thanks.
Sounds like your catalytic converter has broken in to pieces and is bloking the exhaust. Have it replaced, just the cat nothing else. - Garret Garcia from Puerto Rico
Submitted: 24/10/2013 10:55:09 | ID: 22111
Hi. I have a 2006 Toyota Avensis Hatchback 2.2 d4d and I don’t know if it is cambelt or chain?
It’s a chain on this car mate - Michael Kinton from Derbyshire
Submitted: 18/10/2013 16:09:44 | ID: 21932
Hi there. I have an automatic Toyota Hiace diesel van. The problem I have with it is that the brake pads have worn too quickly like just after 4ks or 5ks. With this the van shakes a lot when I slightly put my feet on the brakes only. Today I changed the rear brakes cylinder and drums too.but after driving for a couple of hours it started shaking. It`s too annoying to be honest. I changed the front brake pads as well just one week ago and used bendix,heavy duty one. This hasn`t helped much. My work is delivery so a lot of stop and go is involved, but still it`s weird to wear front brake pads in just 4ks. Any sort of help really appreciated. Thanks.
Hello, it’s Monty from Melbourne. I just want to know, first, is it only vibrating when you brakes or every time? Secondly, is your steering wheel also vibrating? Third, did you ever replaced the disks or not? The thing is you need new disks, front ones. The brake pads do 40-50k, depending on your braking habit. 0430400076 is my number, Josan motors, find me on google. Thanks. - Harjap Singh from Australia
You need to check the wheel sensor for the ABS because if they are bad the ABS ECU won’t be able to control the brake pad pressure and they will wear out quickly - Thomas Rodrigues from Guyana
Submitted: 10/10/2013 16:31:33 | ID: 21839
Hi. My super custom Toyota Hiace has started to be very heavy on diesel. It’s got 1 kz 3.0 litres turbo engine. Could anyone advise please? Thanks.
Do a compression test. Fix rings and/or valves OR if comp test good, service your fuel injection/turbo. - Steve Harrison from Australia
Submitted: 10/10/2013 16:01:45 | ID: 21830
Why is my 03 Toyota Hiace consuming so much gas and idling roughly with a 1RZ engine?
It’s time to change the engine computier unit as it controls the air/fuek mixture. Don’t even think of tinkering just plain change. Expensive but... Msoo Inga from Nigeria
Submitted: 10/10/2013 12:11:06 | ID: 21782
Can anyone tell me why white smoke comes from my Toyota Hiace van`s exhaust when pulling away please?
Hi Robert, You may have cylinder-head issue, so the cooling liquid is getting somewhere into the engine. You can verify this, checking your cooling liquid level. - Istvan (Steve) Lorincz from Japan
Submitted: 24/09/2013 11:29:13 | ID: 21232
Can anybody tell me how to remove the headlamps from my Toyota Hiace 2008 model?
You need to remove the indictor and side light first, as one of the bolts that holds the headlight in sits behind this unit - Mark Reader from England
Submitted: 23/09/2013 10:47:06 | ID: 21176
I bought this Toyota Yaris second hand with only 32,000 miles on the clock at the beginning of June for £3,700. At first I thought I was driving it wrongly, it would not go up a hill without really struggling and I kept thinking it couldn’t be right. After 4 days the clutch burnt out and they fixed it under warranty (£892) but the salesman did ask if I’d been driving it in manual, which I hadn’t. Tonight on my way home from work twice after slowing at junctions or traffic lights it slipped from first into N and would not go into gear with the engine still running. After turning it on and off again maybe four or five times over a few minutes, it did eventually go into first. In the meantime I had tried the handbrake on/off, trying to put the car into reverse. This also happened about 6 weeks ago. I’ve done a lot of miles and my job means I am doing short runs in busy traffic with a lot of hills, lights etc. The 3 months` parts and labour runs out tomorrow. Hopefully I can renew it in the morning. After reading all this I assume it’s a faulty control actuator which damages the clutch and I assume means I need a new one of both. The receipt for the previous work says it’s under warranty for 12 months. Can anyone give me any advice please? (Semi-automatic)
Just had the same problem on my daughters car, where it wouldn’t go into reverse, staying in neutral. It was low on transmission oil, the garage put a litre in and it’s like a new car. Having read the web pages in this regard, clearly you need to keep it topped up, and changed , certainly if doing lots of short journeys that heat the oil and degrade it’s cooling and lubrication properties. Have it checked this may be the simple answer. Our garage topped it up for free. The car is a yaris 53 plate automatic with 60k on the clock. Hope this helps. - Bob Hicks from Yorkshire
Submitted: 17/09/2013 14:18:53 | ID: 21030
I am getting a noise in 1st and 2nd gear going into 3, 4, 5th gear - don’t hear it. Only 31,000 miles on the clock have been told by someone it might be one of 3 things alternator, water pump, or the air conditioner. Can you help?
What sort of noise is it? Squealing or grinding? - Steve from Berkshire
Submitted: 17/09/2013 14:01:08 | ID: 21022
I want to ask that how many CAT. converters are in my car? And where it assembled? I also want to know that I want to remove CAT, from my car due to the week pick up and high fuel consumption, in Pakistan petrol is not free from lead, that’s why I think the Cat is chocked, and has to be removed there are no legal issue for CAT in Pakistan. If I remove the CAT, will my car become noisy? What are the other benefits and hazard in this regards? Please inform me. (5 door hatch back 1296 cc)
Catalytic converters have a honey-comb structure inside and is there to burn un-burned fuel to clean up emission. Sometimes they get clogged and will not have enough power. you can either remove it completely or just hollow the inside out and install it. Usually they are not used as a silencer so you may not hear any changes in exhaust sound after removing the insides or removing it completely. - Naren from Fiji
Submitted: 16/09/2013 15:35:47 | ID: 20946
Hi. I put the wrong bulb in the interior light above dashboard, it sparked and now I have no interior light in the back, no radio, no cigarette lighter or clock. Could you tell me which fuse to change and where it is situated?
Sounds like your accessories fuse. - Damian B from Trinidad and Tobago
Submitted: 16/09/2013 15:33:31 | ID: 20945
My 96 2.8 litre diesel Hiace has done a water pump, my question is... I have everything off except the bottom pulley wheel where the crank is. Does this need a gear puller to get this off to access cover and water pump or is main bolt a reverse thread on crank? Thanks. (2.8 diesel)
Centre bolt on bottom pulley is damn tight, put a ring spanner on tight to chassis and hit starter! It worked for me. Avoid using a puller on the edges, the crank pulley is in two parts bonded with rubber. Use puller with bolts screwed into pulley face. Good luck - Al Turner from Perthshire
Submitted: 16/09/2013 13:39:30 | ID: 20931
I have a Toyota Hiace 2.8L diesel which is in good condition but the induction noise is very bad. Are they all like this? Even with the air filter element removed it`s extremely noisy. Is there an answer to this problem? (2.8 diesel)
Check ur type of oil ur using - Udit Hardeo Hardeo from Trinidad and Tobago
Check the rubber pipe that goes over the engine into the intake manifold they are notorious for splitting in half. When the engine is idling they shake around a lot and over time the intake pipe splits open causing the loud induction noise. - Kyle from New Zealand
Submitted: 30/08/2013 14:49:34 | ID: 20673
I have s 3.0 diesel Toyota Hiace hightop camper recently purchased with an overheating problem. I`ve had the cylinder head gasket changed, head skimmed and thermostat changed and the overheating has stopped, but I am still losing water. I did 35 miles around Nottingham the other day up and down hills and standing in traffic jams too. When I pulled over the van hadn`t overheated but there was a patch of water with like soap suds on top. This continues to happen,, on every journey it won`t overheat and the temperature gauge doesn`t move but I have to keep topping up the water. Any advice please? Thanks. (hightop 3.0 diesel)
Check ur clutch fan purge radiator have it done by a mechanic - Udit Hardeo Hardeo from Trinidad and Tobago
If the head has been done then change all rad hoses, mine burst one after another, the oil in water rots them. Err... you do have the overflow pipe in the explanation tank? Al Turner from Perthshire
Submitted: 30/08/2013 14:46:39 | ID: 20672
I have a Toyota Yaris and the p/s light keeps coming on. It`s doing my head in. I put in a new fuel pump, thinking it was that. I sprayed the plugs of the battery with wd40 and the light went off, but it comes back on after a day or two. What does the p/s light mean please? Thanks.
P/S would mean Power Steering - Naren from Fiji
Submitted: 30/08/2013 09:27:27 | ID: 20666
My 2002 automatic Toyota Yaris has for the last 6 months been slow to change up from third to fourth. It`s mostly worse in cold weather or when driving the car first thing in the day. It reaches the point where it should change up but takes about 20 or more seconds to actually change. Fluids have been checked and are okay. My own non Toyota mechanic says the gearbox has probably electronic failure and will need replacing at a cost of £1500. This is as much as my car is worth! I can`t really afford another car right now. Does anyone have any advice/experience of this problem? (Automatic)
I would have the temperature sensor checked and replaced first before spending that kinda money. I have noticed that when the engine is cold in almost all computer controlled vehicles, it will not change gear to overdrive or will delay in changing the gears. This is controlled by the temperature sensor of the car, which over time can get coated with contamination and will not give correct readings to the computer to send correct signal to the actuators of the transmission. - Naren from Fiji
Submitted: 30/08/2013 08:35:45 | ID: 20661
My Toyota Auris` back light kept shutting off. When I touched the back lamp it would come back on. This happened for 6 weeks but now the bulb has blown altogether. I think I have a problem. Does anyone know anything about this problem? (1.6)
This Happened to me all I did was to replace the blub all before it went - David from Wiltshire
Submitted: 27/08/2013 12:33:02 | ID: 20568
My Toyota Hiace van keeps cutting out when I slow down to give way and at junctions when the van is at idle speed. It happened two days ago and then all was fine, but today it did it several times again and struggled to start but then fired up. It`s an intermittent thing but can anyone please give me any pointers, as I feel a garage has the playground here to charge me an arm and a leg? Regards. (240 GS)
You could check your self primer on top of the fuel filter, if the diaphragm is perished it would let in air. I had an LDV with this problem, when slowing down or cornering it would miss a beat, nearly stalling. Worth a try, good luck - Steve from Lincolnshire
Submitted: 06/08/2013 15:29:40 | ID: 20406
I have a Toyota Avensis Saloon and my air con blows cold and then turns off while the button indicates it`s still on. I have had the pressure checked. Could it be the relay? If so where is it located and can I buy one anywhere? Thank you. (d4d)
Check the filter behind the glove box for leaves, twigs and mainly black grit. The filter could just be blocked, it might need changing and it’s only about a fiver. My Avensis did similar. - Alan Kerr from County Tyrone
Submitted: 06/08/2013 10:53:50 | ID: 20381
I recently purchased a Toyota Hiace campervan. I lifted up the front seats to check the oil etc and saw where the coolant goes in, but I can`t see if there is any in it or not. The receptacle is whitish but not clear. I have tried shaking the van but can see no fluid. Does anyone have any idea how I can find out please?
Left door, down, where it is the step. Well, there is a little plastic cup. When removing it, it comes out with a pipe, to ease to coolant fluid intake. You may look at the right door place too, if you cannot find it. For the back door window, you just open the back door, and on the left, is the coolant intake place. Hope you will find it. - Istvan (Steve) Lorincz from Japan
Wrong answer. That’s not coolant it’s the screen wash! Jim from Surrey
Submitted: 30/07/2013 11:57:04 | ID: 20265
I drive a 2007 Toyota Auris and when I was going slowly up a hill the car stalled (it`s automatic) and went into neutral mode and cut out. The car started again but seemed to be locked in neutral and a red dashed circle beeped and flashed in the very bottom left hand corner. After cutting the engine and leaving it for a minute or two it started again. This has happened twice. When it gets going again the red light disappears. I just wondered if anyone knew the meaning of the warning light and if it is safe to drive? Can anyone help me please?
This happens to my sisters car twice, she was going to work and very distressed, so she called me and I looked into Google for a answer. The answer is put off all lights and kick again - Beatrice from England
Submitted: 29/07/2013 10:20:19 | ID: 20242
What might be the reason for a Toyota Hiace 3L diesel engine to overheat after driving 100km of a trip? The radiator was flashed, head gasket has been replaced, car`s not smoking, radiator hose and clips have been replaced. Also the cylinder head was inspected with the specialists for warping and was confirmed to be fine. The water pump was also checked and confirmed to be working well. Please can anybody help?
Check your visco fan, it must be a bit heavy when you turn it by hand with the engine off. Or the head has an internal crack, but if there is a crack the radiator pipes must go bulgy after those 100kms. - Munya Makorovodo from Zimbabwe
What exactly do you mean flashed? You mean removed, opened cleaned and checked or do you mean just run some radiator flush whilst in place? I am assuming that at some point you had a service and timing belt change? Get the timing checked, make sure radiator is clean inside and there are no blockages on the outside fins. If timing is ok, no smoking, no cyl head compression blowback, fan belts are tight, water pump is fine, radiator is properly serviced by someone like me. My guess is the problem is something was removed. You didn’t mention the thermostat - 10 bucks says it’s not even fitted! - Magaragi Mampara from Zimbabwe
My Toyota Hiace 3l used to overheat like yours, but the problem was the Radiator cap. Change the radiator cap and make sure that the radiator cooling is there. - Gilbert Chidzewere from Zimbabwe
Submitted: 28/06/2013 12:25:24 | ID: 19878
Hi, we recently bought an automatic diesel Toyota Hiace 4 berth camper which has a few small issues. Our main problem is that we purchased a 4.5 butane gas cylinder and a new attachment for the top of the gas bottle to the hose. The gas definitely works and the 2 ring hob sparks on ignition but will not light? We can smell the gas from the cylinder but, when turning the hob dial on without igniting, there is no gas feeding through? It has a small fridge next to it with various switches for the fridge etc, a fuse type box next to the cylinder storage but nothing to help us to get the cooker working. So far we’ve relied on a single portable small cylinder for hot water and one pot meals. This is frustrating as we don’t know where to get help? Any help or info would be greatly appreciated, kind regards.
I bought this great campervan 3 years ago with a neat Japanese type dual mini gas bottle attachment - unfortunately you can’t get those gas bottles over here so I cut off the hose and bought a blue Calor Gas 4.5kg bottle with regulator and made a little shelf in the cupboard below the hob so that the gas bottle sits above the fresh water container, but in front of the waste water container. Mine feeds both the hob and the fridge via a valve arrangement on the LHS of the cupboard, which was there already. Doesn’t yours have this three valve array? The valves should of course be on and I am always having to check this. If not used for a while you have to flush the air out of the tubes first. This takes ages on the fridge which is 3 way -gas/electric/12v and works a treat. The 4.5 bottle lasts ages, but I also have an electric hookup so I tend to use that rather than expensive gas when I can. - Alan March from Surrey
Submitted: 20/06/2013 14:43:11 | ID: 19778
My problem with my Toyota Yaris is not happening every day, some days it will and others it won’t. Basically, when entering and exiting the vehicle there is a creaking noise that appears to be coming from the front of the car. In addition to this the same creaking noise is present when driving at low speed and when pulling off from stationary. When I’m in the car as a front passenger I can feel the creak under my feet. Sometimes the creaking is so loud it sounds like the car is going to fall apart. Also when the car is stationary the turning of the steering wheel seems to create the same creaking noise. We took it to the garage and they had it for two days but they were unable to find anything wrong. Any ideas what this could be please?
Seems like it’s a spring or road cushening system. Stand near each wheel and bounce your car by pushing the car tword the ground. - Ariel from Israel
Submitted: 17/06/2013 16:30:40 | ID: 19692
I have a 2002 1L Toyota Yaris. I noticed today when driving back from Leicester to London my orange malfunction light came on and when on I put my foot flat it hardly speeds up. It`s very slow on the motorway and I`ve never managed to get it over 80mph so I stop trying and drive normally. When I got back I opened my boot and on the side where my exhaust is my carpet is very hot. Does anyone know what I should do please?
You need to scan that light to see what code it give you. I bet it’s the catalytic converter or a hole at the exhaust pipe - Ariel from Israel
Low power at high speeds and exhaust system getting very hot will mean plugged catalytic converter. Have it replaced before it does more damage or even catches on fire. - Naren from Fiji
Submitted: 17/06/2013 11:59:18 | ID: 19659
Hi guys. I have a Toyota Yaris 2007 and I have a problem. It starts by itself. What should I do and where should I look for the cause of this problem please? Thanks in advance. (vvt i)
Wierd problem! Yaris 2007 have an auto start feuture inside the ECM (engine computer), but to auto start- the ECM neet to have few things. Mmong them the mobilizer detected command and the switch to start command. Also the brake light should be pressed, you need to check it at the Toyota Dealership. Or you have a remote start system and sommone else is using your signal. I cannot say much, but I parked my car once near an ati aircraft radar scrambler (I know it was a stupid thing to do) the car had an remote start system and it got a command to start. - Ariel from Israel
Submitted: 06/06/2013 08:51:34 | ID: 19555
Hi there, I have a Toyota Hiace 2006 dual fuel. Today it’s shaking and it is not giving power. It can start on idling but when I push the accelerator it misses. I do not know what causes this problem, maybe the rain water is getting to the fuse or something like that? I don’t know. Can anyone help please? (Slvb)
Sounds like you have a cylinder down - James Symes from New Zealand
This is most likely not the problem unless it developed over time, but something to consider. How long since you changed the plugs? lpg is very harsh on plugs. I just checked mine recently they were platinum and had probably done about 60 000km but there was nothing left of the electrode, the gas had eaten it back to below the insulation. Ps love my Hiace - Rob from Australia
Submitted: 23/05/2013 11:40:55 | ID: 19447
I am having a problem with my 1984 Automatic Toyota Hiace Campervan. Whilst driving along it`s as if it`s jumping out of gear, all power goes and I have to stop. I put it in neutral and then back into drive and it goes again. This has happened a few times. Any ideas on what this could be? Is it a serious problem? (Campervan)
Are you sure you have checked the Auto Oil fluid with the engine running? I have just paid for a new refurbished transmission because i was checking my auto oil hot, but with engine stopped. Although it showed full in stopped condition it was actually almost empty. I developed a shudder and burnt out my plates. - Alan March from Surrey
Submitted: 03/05/2013 16:03:43 | ID: 19257
Hi. We have a petrol 1994 Toyota Hiace van. The orange oil heat light on the dash stays on and also when driven even short distances the engine smells very hot. The oil level is fine and it has not long had a full service,. I`m trying to find a downloadable manual (which is proving hard to find) and I`d appreciate any suggestions. Does anyone have any idea what the problem could be? Thanks guys.
Not sure what’s causing it to run hot but you can download a service manual from manuals online. They cost about five Aussie dollars. You could possibly get one for free somewhere online but after much searching I gave up and paid the five bucks - Rob from Australia
Submitted: 23/04/2013 11:16:30 | ID: 19093