wowjunky07: Our 2000 Echo has had valve cover gasket, ignition coils, fuel pump with
filter, and the fuel injector filters and gaskets replaced. Getting about
time to flush the transmission again. Other than that just basic oil
changes and air filter changes. The car has around 230k plus miles on it.
So that's the only major work it's had to have in the past 12 years of
running it. Other than the basic stuff. Not bad imo.
integridad7: Great video !! Gracias por compartirlo con todos los que tenemos este
vehiculo que es tan practico, tan noble y sobre todo tan confiable !!
Jose Benjamin Miranda Sanchez: muy buen tutorial!!! puedes subir uno de frenos??? saludos y gracias!
Luis Fuentes: Tengo un Toyota Echo 2003...Desde hace 3 dias arranca bien y anda
bien...pero cuando llega a 40 mi/h o comienza a subir una cuesta...hace
como si se le faltara combustible y anda con dificultad.. Que puede ser
activeh: nice show man and graet job hope you will help me in the future with my
echo car 2001
William Dunlap: what year is this car?my car doesnt have that much room
incawarrior68: Excellent tutorial. Good job.
Justindobb1984: Nice video. One question, what is with the wires on the coil bolts?
323Champ: this car swerves when driving on the highway, even @ 100km/hr, and
especially @ 140km/hr especially if its windy lol
Emanuel perales: Al cambiarle el filtro de la gasolina puede que gaste menos gasolina o no
tiene que ver en nada?
conrad: thank bro! i find your video simple and useful. you probably spent a lot of
time making it.
Arnel Angeles: how do you change the belt drive for alternator and power steering mate!
cesar venegas: YA IVA A VENDER EL MIO..JASJA YA NO CREA QUE SI.. TENGO EL MISMO MODELO CON
Mark Langston: The ps belt is a bit of a pain. The ps pump has slots in pulley to access
the adjuster bolts. You'll need a something to access it as a regular 3/8
ratchet and socket won't quite fit. Alternator is pretty much a breeze just
snake in the new one like the old. If you need access to the whole thing
take out the plastic shroud to the left side of the radiator and most of
its in front of you (including the thermostat!). Also if you drop the
plastic shroud on the bottom side of the motor it helps
Luis Rivera: Hello the cables that i put on the coils are to ground the engine....
anything else let me know... thanks for watchin my video
ADRIAN CURIEL HD: Muy chingon compa, saludos desde Mexicali, Baja California.
Spiny Norman: Are those old and rusty links what cause a rusty grinding noise from my
front end when I drive. Also, when I steer at low speeds it sounds like
rusty grinding the same...
noshabibis: Thanks for the VID!
tiger550: can we get the spelling of "brake" correct? its not break. Apart from that,
its a helpful video.
Juan Ramirez: Have you ever done a coolant flush?? do you know where the engine drain
plug is??? I know where the Radiator drain plug is but can't locate the
drain plug for the engine. I looked at the book and it say it is on the
right front of the cylinder block???
Gilo5000: Por casualidad no tienes un video de como cambiar los puntos de motor?
C1233D: Totally helpful guys. Than you. If you guys are willing to take questions
on troubleshooting echos please let me know. I have a 2001 echo and she has
the check engine light on. I took it to get a scan and the mechanic said it
was the evap line. It burns a lot of oil and is hard to start in the cold
and boggs out when breaking and coming out of 1st gear. I'm thinking it may
be a ignition coil but i don't know how to check if it's bad. I would love
to here what you guys think. Awsome video guys.
pulsa01: excelente forma de explicarlo, ahora me es más fácil hasta hacerlo yo