Last post on Oct 03, 2013 at 11:03 AM
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Toyota ECHO, Coupe, Sedan
#913 of 914 Re: Echo Headlight Adjustment? [kteal]
Apr 16, 2013 (3:11 pm)
My factory service manual for the 2000-2002 models says something like the horizontal direction cannot be adjusted, and you adjust the vertical direction with an adjusting "bolt". It doesn't mention knobs?
At least one other website says that there is no adjustment since they are set at the factory.
You could always add a sandbag or two to the trunk to make them point higher... sorry I know that ain't much help.
#914 of 914 Re: 2004 Echo hatchback gas tank problem [sodadood]
Oct 03, 2013 (11:03 am)
I too have a Toyota Echo (4-door sedan). I went to a gas station (Snyders Exxon in Carnegie PA) where they replaced the sensor, the engine line went on 5 minutes after driving it away from there, and when I returned it to them they persisted in claiming that my gas cap wasn't on tight enough. Long story short, I went back to get my car inspected and they are now claiming I need a catalytic converter. Which is hilarious considering they made this claim with the previous car I had. Whatever you do, don't go to anyone but a Toyota Repair place. And don't ever go to a gas sta/repair place unless you just want your tires rotated or an oil change. And check your oil after they change it out because they might forget to put some back in after draining your car.
They charged me $60 for the so-called "inspection" and left it as not passed and got belligerent with me when I tried to explain to them that the engine light has been on because of their not correcting a bad installation of this particular part.
Go to a Toyota repair place before a minor repair becomes a deliberate misinformation campaign conducted by mechanics that can't ably work on today's cars.