If it is wet from water, I would suspect the drain for the condensation water is plugged with crud disturbed while changing the cabin filter. If it is wet from engine coolant, I would suspect a leaky heater core.
The service will vary from car to car depending on the condition of the vehicle. Some typical services done at this point would be changing transmission fluid and filter, replacing or adjusting the timing belt and replacing the spark plugs.
If you replaced the oil filter, it takes 3.9 quarts. If you didn't replace the oil filter, it takes 3.7 quarts. As a mechanic, I would never recommend changing the oil without replacing the filter also. Toyota says you should use 5W-30.
Could be as simple as a very dirty fuel filter. I would start with replacing the fuel filter.
First step try changing the fluid and filter First step try changing the fluid and filter Check
I would try replacing the fuel filter first.
5 quarts would be average.
Depends on what vehicle it is installed on. If the filter is mounted in the tank then you would not replace the filter unless the pump needed replacing also. If the filter is outside the tank it can be purchased separately.
Probably replacing the typical enriched wheat flour of pastas and breads with whole grain versions. Also, reducing saturated fat by replacing creams and cheese spreads with lower-saturated fat versions (such as tomato sauce) would be a good step.
A car engine stalling is not only related to air filter problems. If you air filter was plugged enough to make the car stall then changing the filter would have cured the stalling problem. It sounds like you have a fuel delivery problem seeing as the car will not go over 10mph. Could be a simple as changing the fuel filter. If that doesn't help, your fuel pump could be failing. This is for a non fuel injected vehicle. If your vehicle is fuel injected then the car needs to be taken to a mechanic who can properly diagnose the problem. Hope this helps.
The filter may be lose if this is not the case the threads around the filter may be "stripped". Try changing the filter if this does not work I would take your vehichle to a certified mechanic.
Assuming this is the 4.3 engine, minor tune up consists of replacing the spark plugs, air filter and fuel filter. A major tune up would consist of replacing the spark plugs, spark plug wires, distributor cap, rotor, air filter, fuel filter and pcv valve.
i would defiantly start by changing the fuel filter
Not recommended. Used to be common to change oil and not the filter. Supposedly the filter would be good for 6,000 miles while the oil was to be changed at 3,000 miles. Changing only the oil filter doesn't replace the additives in the oil that get broken down over the 3,000 miles.
The problem could be a number of things, including clogged fuel injectors, a fuel filter or air filter that needs replacing, or a computer problem.
I would start with changing the spark plugs, air filter, fuel filter. I would also try a couple of bottles of fuel injector cleaner, and dry gas.
fule filter needs replacing
The approximate cost of replacing an alternator on a 1996 Toyota Avalon depends on whether you do it yourself or have a shop replace it. The alternator costs around $125 and it would take about two hours of labor for a total of approximately $300 if a shop did it.
your filter has alot to do with the efficiency of you a/c unit working properly, if you think it needs changed then change it, in AZ the filter in the summer is only good for about 3 weeks, if after changing your filter it is not running cooler, which will be noticeable soon after changing it then call sevice tech to check freon level
Sometimes the old oil filter gasket remains stuck to the filter housing when replacing the old oil filter. Remove the new filter and check to see if that happened. If not, I would suspect the new oil filter or gasket is faulty.
Its designed where it cost a bloody fortune, with dropping the tank and changing the pump and filter. It would be cheaper to trade it in and buy a new vehicle
if it happens when you go full throttle or at highway speeds try replacing the fuel filter
Yes you can, however why would you want to? You will achieve the same affect by simply running the filter through the same filter more times. If your goal is more refined water, I would suggest changing the filter type.
Try changing the transmission fluid and filter
Try changing the fuel filter and the map sensor.