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You are in the Toyota Echo
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Toyota ECHO, Coupe, Sedan
Apr 04, 2002 (3:33 pm)
yes, I have a '01 Corolla and those do look just like my wheel covers - I visited a Toyota dealership today (to get another look at the '03 Corolla; they only had one) and I saw a few Echos on the lot - the salesman said they will not be making them anymore after next year (not sure if he meant model year 2002 or 2003) - I asked "you mean they will re-design them?" - he said "no, I mean they won't be making them anymore" - just thought I'd pass that on -
#5 of 17 2003 Echo is nice except
May 03, 2003 (2:47 pm)
I like the redesign of the Echo. Except for the front. It is way better looking now that they redesigned the tail light lenses but the front does look a little like cookie cutter styling. But overall i would purchase one.
And what is this i hear about the Echo being discontinued. Why would Toyota discontinue the Echo after they just redesigned it. I should carry over for at least another 2 years unless it will be switched over to the new brand name of Scion??..Any thoughts any one?
Jul 06, 2003 (8:12 pm)
I think Scion will flop, and the Echo will remain a Toyota.
#7 of 17 Best Echo I seen
Dec 24, 2005 (9:24 pm)
grnechory81 Your car was the greatest I have seen online. Mine is complete stock yet... Will post pic of my car later
#8 of 17 Toyota echo 4wd 1300cc Main computer
Jan 12, 2007 (10:28 am)
Hi Does anyone know where I can get a main computer for my
1300 4wd Toyota echo.
#9 of 17 photo gallery
Apr 04, 2007 (6:23 am)
4wheel drive echo?
#10 of 17 2002 Echo: How to change post Catalytic Oxygen Sensor (O2 Sensor)
Nov 10, 2008 (5:21 am)
How to change O2 sensor in Toyota echo
This is my first attempt at posting a DIY. Hope it is helpful.
This DIY will provide step by step instructions to change the Oxygen Sensor located in Bank1 Sensor 2. This oxygen sensor is located behind the catalytic converter. The reason I had to change the oxygen sensor is because my check engine light was triggered. I used an OBDII scanner to scan for error codes. The code I had was PO141 which shows that the sensor is faulty. The shop manual I have for the echo states that the resistance of the Oxygen Sensor should be tested with an Ohmeter to confirm that the sensor is indeed bad. If out of tolerance the sensor can be replaced. I ordered my sensor directly from Toyota. It ran $167 after taxes. Note: There is a number stamped onto the oxygen sensor that you will need when ordering. Below are the steps I followed to test and remove the oxygen sensor.
* Before starting this project please make sure you have the following tools:
- Jack Stands
- Flat Head Screw Driver
- 7/8" Open end wrench
- 10mm socket & wrench
- 14mm socket & wrench
- masking or electrical tape
- OBDII scan tool
#11 of 17 Re: 2002 Echo: How to change post Catalytic Oxygen Sensor (O2 Sensor) [tdut
Nov 10, 2008 (12:03 pm)
Thank you. It looks like the actual instructions got cut off. Can you try again?