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11-29-2018 04:07 PM
maxou723
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Originally Posted by BenjiValleyfield View Post
Salut je travail chez Toyota Valleyfield et j ai le meme probleme avec mon Ch-r on est justement entrain de faire des recherches . je vous tient au courant des développement . si vous voulez me rejoindre 514-577-7329 mon nom est Benjamin .

Bonne journée Merci
Salut Benjamin, comment as-tu reglé ton problème? as-tu changé la pompe a essence?
10-30-2017 03:12 PM
maxou723 So brought the car to the dealer 2 weeks ago and the car had done it twice again during the week but no code in the ECU. A snap shot was sent to Toyota Canada for investigation but they couldn't find anything. So they ordered a new fuel sending unit and I've gotta go back to the dealer to get it changed. UNfortunately they have no clue what it is...I'll keep you guys posted. I suspect there is a leak in the fuel line and it gets unprimed from time to time...
09-03-2017 12:34 AM
CityWok Since it's a recurring problem, it may be time to bring it in to the dealership and have them look into it. Could be bad wiring or something with the ECU?
08-30-2017 06:29 PM
maxou723 Well the car did it again twice this weekend. Cranked for about 8 seconds before starting. The other time it cranked about 2-3 seconds before starting. The first time it happened this weekend I was sure it wasn't gonna start. 8 seconds is a long time for a car to crank over!!
08-15-2017 10:30 AM
BenjiValleyfield Salut je travail chez Toyota Valleyfield et j ai le meme probleme avec mon Ch-r on est justement entrain de faire des recherches . je vous tient au courant des développement . si vous voulez me rejoindre 514-577-7329 mon nom est Benjamin .

Bonne journée Merci
07-27-2017 10:05 AM
iRobot ..... If you don't have a block heater, how in the heck did they claim it was the block heaters fault? I would send an email or even one up, call Toyota head office customer service and complain. They'll shoot over a message to the dealership and ensure that it gets dealt with properly
07-27-2017 03:22 AM
maxou723 Well it's done it twice in the last week again. arghhh.... just gonna have to wait until it dies on me or go for my first service at 5000km
07-02-2017 07:11 AM
maxou723 I don't even have a block heater installed on the car! So I guess they just wanted me to leave. Anyways since they cleared the codes in the OBD it hasn't re done it since so I cross my fingers that's the last of it.
07-01-2017 02:08 PM
iRobot That's absolutely ridiculous. It sounds maybe like a lack of voltage or something. UNLESS what they're trying to say is the block heater is drawing power for some reason constantly (which it shouldn't as it requires to be plugged in for it to be used) but I wouldn't want to pay for any diagnostic charges.
06-28-2017 12:30 AM
maxou723 FYI, I had also written to Toyota Canada and same this from their end:

an excerpt from their response:

Toyota Canada Inc. has a very comprehensive warranty that will cover the costs of repairing your vehicle when a difficulty arises as the result of a manufacturing defect experienced within the parameters of the warranty. However, we would like to mention that the warranty covers only repair costs for conditions related to defects in materials or workmanship. Therefore, if you allow the Toyota dealership to perform diagnosis and you will be responsible for certain charges.
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