It is easy to put the timing belt on a tooth off. TAke it back and have them recheck it. GoodluckJoe
A loss of power on a Toyota Celica GT while accelerating can be a number of things. The timing might be off. The coil pack might be allowing for a misfire. There might also be a bad Oxygen sensor or bad distributor.
It was sadly discontinued in 1999 and replaced by the stupid Toyota Echo.
Could be your timing belt.
TROUBLESHOTING FOR REPLACED STARTER IN TOYOTA COROLLA 1999.
The Toyota yaris is a subcompact car produced by the Toyota car company since 1999. This car replaced the Toyota Starlet mode in Japan.
Toyota has recently started replacing their gas pedals. These were the cause of major recalls.
Bearing needs to be replaced
Because it has to be replaced.
134a replaced R12 about 1995.
Could be EGR valve sticking open or dirty at an idling condition or hesitates when accelerating.
could be timing It can be many things. I would suspect you have a vacuum leak.
Get a new car................ -___-
its possible that their are knots on the tires,bad wheel bearings or u-joints on the driveshaft are going out
Perhaps plugged catalytic converter
Drive less aggressively, use the brakes less, keep steady speed without accelerating fast/frequently.
They have a timing chain, which you probably will never have to be replaced.
when it slips or grinds
Poor sales. The Echo was replaced with the Yaris.
Replace it every 90,000 miles.
The last year the awsome Toyota Tercel was in production was 1999......(sad face) It was replaced by the ugly Echo....blech!!
The 3.0 Toyota V6 has a belt that must be replaced every 90,000 miles.
The FJ40 is a Toyota Land Cruiser and was produced by Toyota. It is no longer in production and was replaced by the HJ45 model. It was made from 1960 to 1984.
Does my 1995 Toyota Paseo have a clutch cable
Timing chain usually needs to be replaced each 180-200K miles.