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GBR Fuel Injection
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GBR Fuel Injection Fuel Injector Seal Kit
  • ; Services one injector, includes top & bottom seals.
  • Fuel Injector Seal Kit
  • Product Attributes:
    • Proposition 65: Warning: Cancer And Reproductive Harm - Www.p65warnings.ca.gov
  • GB fuel injector seal kits include the necessary o-rings and seals to properly reseal the injector, which is a recommended practice any time the injector is removed. Each kit services one injector and includes hard to find or previously dealer-only components.
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 8
    • Most jobs typically require 8 of this item.
Brand: GBR Fuel Injection
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Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2012 - Toyota Yaris L 4 Cyl 1.5L - 1497
Premium Guard
2020 Toyota Yaris Engine Oil Filter 4 Cyl 1.5L Premium Guard - Standard Life

P311-2208BBC    PO4612  New

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Premium Guard Engine Oil Filter
  • Standard Life
Brand: Premium Guard
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Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2020 - Toyota Yaris L 4 Cyl 1.5L 91 1496
NPN
2007 Toyota Yaris Cabin Air Filter NPN

P311-38D24D9    W0133-1811705  New

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NPN Cabin Air Filter
  • Particulate Filter
  • ; with Parts Produced Outside Of USA
  • On some applications that use this cabin filter, the intake air setting on the climate control system should be in "Recirculate" mode before cabin filter replacement is attempted. Failure to do so could damage the air control door linkage adjacent to the cabin filter opening. Refer to the factory service info for details.
Brand: NPN
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2007 - Toyota Yaris
NPN
2007 Toyota Yaris Cabin Air Filter NPN

P311-38D24D9    W0133-1811705  New

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NPN Cabin Air Filter
  • Activated Charcoal
  • ; with Parts Produced Outside Of USA
  • On some applications that use this cabin filter, the intake air setting on the climate control system should be in "Recirculate" mode before cabin filter replacement is attempted. Failure to do so could damage the air control door linkage adjacent to the cabin filter opening. Refer to the factory service info for details.
Brand: NPN
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2007 - Toyota Yaris
NPN
2008 Toyota Yaris Cabin Air Filter NPN

P311-38D24D9    W0133-1811705  New

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NPN Cabin Air Filter
  • Activated Charcoal
  • ; Production: -07/31/2008, with Parts Produced Outside Of USA
Brand: NPN
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2008 - Toyota Yaris To:07-31-08
NPN
2011 Toyota Yaris Cabin Air Filter NPN

P311-38D24D9    W0133-1811705  New

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NPN Cabin Air Filter
  • Particulate Filter
  • ; with Parts Produced Outside Of USA
Brand: NPN
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2011 - Toyota Yaris
NPN
2010 Toyota Yaris Cabin Air Filter NPN

P311-38D24D9    W0133-1811705  New

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NPN Cabin Air Filter
  • Activated Charcoal
  • ; with Parts Produced Outside Of USA
Brand: NPN
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2010 - Toyota Yaris
Dorman
2018 Toyota Yaris Wheel Lug Stud Dorman - M12-1.50 Sold Each

P311-39989E7    W0133-1640507  New

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Dorman Wheel Lug Stud
  • M12-1.50 Sold Each
Brand: Dorman
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2018 - Toyota Yaris
Dorman
2019 Toyota Yaris Wheel Lug Stud Dorman - M12 x 1.50 Box of 10

P311-39989E7    W0133-1640507  New

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Dorman Wheel Lug Stud
  • Autograde
  • M12-1.50 Serrated - 14.20mm Knurl, 40mm Length
  • M12 x 1.50 Box of 10
Brand: Dorman
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2019 - Toyota Yaris
K&N
2019 Toyota Yaris Engine Oil Filter 4 Cyl 1.5L K&N

P311-22AEA02    HP-1008  New

TG7317 , L14612 , S2869 , B6Y114302A , 1321800010 , PH6607 , 1520865F0E , SS1008 , 19317651 , 1520865F0C , XG6607 , L14622 , FL816 , TG9688 , PD2132 , PE0114302A , PH7317 , M1108A , 9091510003 , XG7317 , PE0114302 , 15208AA12A , ML1014 , TG6607 , PF1237 , PS1008 , 51365 , 90915YZZF2 , PH9688 , XG9688 , PH5541 , P502067

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  • Oil Filter
  • ; Premium Oil Filter w/Wrench Off Nut
  • K&N Wrench-Off oil filters are engineered to help ensure high flow rates and exceptional protection from contaminants. Each filter comes with a hex nut welded to the top of the canister, allowing for easy removal with a standard wrench.
  • Product Attributes:
    • Anti Drain Back Valve: Yes
    • Bypass Valve: Yes
    • Filter Material: High Flow Premium Media
    • Gasket Material: Viton Rubber
    • Height: 2.875 In (73 Mm)
    • Outside Diameter: 2.688 In (68 Mm)
    • Package Material: Paperboard
    • Package Type: Box
    • Product Style: Oil Filters
    • Prop 65 Yes/No: No
    • PSI Relief Valve: 11-17
    • Removal Nut: Yes
    • Removal Nut Size: 1 Inch
    • Style: Canister
    • Thread Specification: M20 X 1.5
    • Title: K&n Hp-1008 Oil Filter
    • Weight: 0.6 Lb (0.2 Kg)
  • K&N premium oil filters are meticulously engineered to offer outstanding filtration and engine protection. Designed to operate with all synthetic, conventional, and blended motor oils, K&N's pleated synthetic-blend filtration media helps to shield your engine from contaminants and ensure a consistent flow of oil. The heavy-duty canister is engineered to be exceptionally durable, and a one-inch welded hex nut can be used for quick and easy filter removal. Each filter is specifically designed to withstand the service intervals recommended by vehicle manufacturers, and is protected by the K&N 1-Year Limited Warranty.
Brand: K&N
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2019 - Toyota Yaris L 4 Cyl 1.5L 91 1496

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2007 Toyota Yaris - Tire Size Question

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Question From awny81 on 2007 Toyota Yaris - Tire Size Question

Greetings. Since I know absolutely nothing but tire sizes except that the last number represents the wheel size, I had a question about them. A friend of mine has four tires in great shape from a 2002 Toyota Corolla that he is no longer using. He actually removed them shortly after buying the car. I have a 2007 Toyota Yaris Sedan that has the same size wheel and is ready for new tires. The Yaris came equipped with 185/60R15 tires and the tires from the 02 Corolla are sized 185/65R15. Will the Corolla tires fit the Yaris properly? Is there a big difference between the 60 and 65 values? Is there a size range that will work for the Yaris or do you need to stick to the size that came with the car or else? Any assistance would be appreciated. Free tires are always a good thing. Thanks in advance.

Response From DanD

Free tires are always a bonus and like Jeff has said they will likely work without any real issues.
And now for the but; even thou these tires probably look like new tires (tread wise), I would have a concern with their age.
What I’ve been going by and this is becoming an industry standard.
If the tire is 6 or more years old, it should come off the road. From the time that the rubber has been processed and then molded into a tire; it begins to dry out and degrade. Get old tires hot from pounding down the road at 60-70 miles an hour; it could come apart. We’ve all seen chunks of tires laying all over the highways.

There is a date stamp on one side of every tire; look for the DOT #, at the end of that you’ll see an oval with a set of four numbers inside the oval. These numbers represent the week & year the tire was made in.
2304 would stand for the 23 week of 2004.
Even when buying “new” tires off the rack, check the date code. I’ve had tires delivered here to the shop that were actually 3 or more years old. They have never been on a vehicle but they are not new in my opinion and I send them back.
So far here in Canada (I don’t know about the States?) there are no regulations on tires, other then tread depth; so it’s buyer beware.

Dan.

Response From Guest

Thanks for the advice. The date stamp says 0504, so they are not as old as the Corolla which is good. He bought the car used so it makes sense. Think they are still worth using? They have been kept indoors in a heated basement since 04.

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

Hmmm? The appeal of "free" sure is catchy isn't it? History sounds good. How good are the used ones anyway? The slight size difference still bugs me a bit still. Tires by brand can be a bit different size also and treadwear from new to last legal tread makes a difference too.

If this was a utility truck I'd say absolutely yes and go for it. It's a car so I'm abstaining unless that size is a listed size as a choice by car manufacturer. It's going to cost you something to try and dispose of tires isn't free where I am anyway.

Dan - as far as I know the states are not regulating tires by age - YET....

T

Response From Jeff Norfolk

Free tires?! Thats great!! They should work fine. The first number in the tire size is the section width(sidewall to sidewall). The second number in the tire size is the aspect ratio. Meaning the sidewall hight form the rim to the tread. This number is a percentage of the width. Therefor the 185/60r15 is a bit shorter in overall diameter than the 185/65r15. Not by much, a bit less than a half an inch. This difference should not matter much except for you speedometer and gas mileage. Both will be off a small amount. Different tire manufactures have different tire casing sizes so the same tire size can vary from manufacture to manufacture. That being said it should still work fine.

Toyota Yaris 2006 Dashboard Light Failed

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Question From brainyant on Toyota Yaris 2006 Dashboard Light Failed

My toyota yaris 2006 sedan seems to be having problems with its electrical components as the dashboard lights no longer turn on when I turn on the head lights. I can see the fuel gauge fine but the rest of the dashboard is pitch black.

*My car doesn't have a dimming switch and I have checked the fuses in the bonnet and in front of the passengers seat.

I first started realizing that something was wrong with the electricals when about 1 month ago (when I turned on the headlights), the dashboard lights wouldn't turn on. But, I quickly fixed the problem temporarily by turning the headlights off then on. This fixed the problem for about a week and then simply turning off and on the headlights wasn't doing the job.

I had to wait for about a minute after I turned off the headlights now. So after a minute, turning on the headlights would also turn on the dashboard lights.
This worked again for about another week, but now none of those tricks would fix the problem, not even temporarily.

*Note that during those weeks, I didn't touch the fuse boxes.

Does anyone know what it may be? I appreciate the help in advance.

Regards,
Anthony

Response From Hammer Time

Are you sure about that? I have never seen a car without a dash dimmer.

If your dash is partially lighting up in response to turning the lights on, then the problem is likely in the circuit board for the dash cluster but it needs to be troubleshooted further.

Response From Discretesignals

The illumination dimmer switch should be right next to the mirror control switch. Your owner's manual should tell you where it is at. Maybe you turned it off with your knee.

Response From brainyant Top Rated Answer

There is definitely no dimmer control switch for the Yaris 2006. I've even checked in the manual. I will take the advice though about the circuit-board. That seems most probable cause to the dash failing to light up.

Thanks for your posts guys. I will call up my mechanic when the new week starts. That's probably my best bet.

Thanks again though.

2007 toyota yaris T1 998cc 150000km

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Question From anton on 2007 toyota yaris T1 998cc 150000km

Vehicle starts to missfire and surge when I accelerate when it's at normal running temperature. If I press the accelerator pedal slightly it's fine but when I accelerate from there it starts to jerk. When it's cold it's fine. A normal service was done a month ago: oil, plugs, oil filter, air cleaner filter. The problem started after driving up a long steep hill.

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

I'd begin with a good code reading. Even if no warning light there may be some info for direction to pursue on this. So far as it seems OK cold I think this is a fuel delivery issue,

T

'08 Yaris won't jump

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Question From Juch on '08 Yaris won't jump

'08 Toyota Yaris, 120k miles

Just drove from Buffalo, NY to Madison, WI in a Toyota Yaris and on accident left a light on in the inside over two days. When I tried to start the car the engine didn't crank, so I tried jumping it. Left the donor car idle for about 15 minutes while intermittently revving the donor car before attempting to start the dead one. Engine didn't crank and nothing happened. I repositioned the jumper cables on both cars and waited about 15 minutes of idling and tried again. This time the headlights and interior lights came on, but the engine still didn't crank. Any idea what is going on? Someone mentioned to me that a nut on the positive terminal might be loose.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

TWO DAYS in that cold very well could have killed your battery from freezing. Some crack, some don't.


Hey - awful cold and soon for it both places. Still might be loose something but probably bad battery. If cables were any good from a good donor for a jump it would work without having cables on the dead battery but most cables are NOT that good. Doesn't really help as you couldn't drive like that and don't try but could prove it's the battery especially if older (3-4+ years) but could freeze and fail if brand new and WAS good depending on how dead, how cold and how long exposed,


T

Response From Juch

I forgot to mention that car is stored in a warm area (underground parking garage), so the battery was never left out in the cold.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

OK - much better now. Clean up what you can do at YOUR battery or take it out and get it charged and tested. Many parts outlets will do that for you.


There's risk to donor and your car in jumping too long or allowing alternators to work too hard. If your only choice count like ten minutes with both cars running and unhook and repeat a few times for the sake of both. That's true in any stone dead battery case.


Know that automotive batteries are NOT meant to run dead and take it anytime well. Better chances when newer but it's been harmed a little or a lot unknown right now.


Better cables would probably help or if possible old trick was use two sets at the same time if you can. If donor is side posts you are screwed for better cables or wait longer for your battery to take a charge from it for quite some time maybe. Careful but feel donor car's alternator while running if safe and if too hot to touch give it a rest. Good luck,


T

Response From Juch

Turned out the donor car wasn't strong enough to jump it. Triple A came and jumped it fine with one of the portable jump kits.

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

Naturally the motor clubs will have super strong stuff for this. It still leaves your battery low and charging on it's own alternator. What I'm trying to stress is try to finish the charge with a charger NOT the car to save YOUR alternator from overworking. May or may not take it or minimal harm to it that could show up later.


Think of battery and alternators as things that work together and depend on each other such that a problem with one can become a problem with the other.


Stay warm, Tom