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Toyota Avalon is a full-size sedan manufactured by Toyota since 1994. The first Toyota Avalon was introduced in early 1994 for the 1995 model year. It inherits Toyota's inconsistent high quality and has received compliments from many authorities. IIHS awarded the Toyota Avalon as Top Safety Pick accolade; Car and Driver,, Motor Trend and Automobile Magazine, and Consumer Reports all rated it at the top of sedans. It has been in production for four generations. A redesigned Toyota Avalon revealed at the 2005 North American International Auto Show marked the beginning of the third generation (XX30; 2004-2012). It came in four trim levels: the standard (base) XL, Touring, XLS, and Limited. All trims were available in a 3.5 L 2GR-FE V6 engine equipped with a 5-speed and a 6-speed automatic transmission. A redesigned Toyota Avalon started the fourth generation (XX40; 2012-present). It now adds a hybrid gasoline-electric model and a 2.5 L 2AR-FXE inline 4-cylinder engine. The only available transmission is the 6-speed automatic transmission.

Over time, Toyota Avalon owners may experience common issues such as sudden acceleration, oil baffle failure, and problems with braking or suspension systems. Issues with acceleration and oil baffles often trace back to the engine. For instance, a faulty spark plug may lead to slow acceleration, sluggish performance, engine misfires, and poor fuel economy. Clogged oil filters can lead to oil baffle failure, dirty exhaust, and metallic sounds. A malfunctioning air filter can also waste oil. Therefore, when the Check Engine Light illuminates, it's necessary to check these parts and the oxygen sensor. Braking issues typically involve a faulty brake disc, causing noisy brakes, a pulsating brake pedal, and score-marked rotors. Similarly, a damaged brake drum can lead to scraping noises when applying the brakes and a loose parking brake. Suspension problems often point to a bad axle shaft. Additionally, maintaining often overlooked parts like the wiper blade, which is frequently used under harsh weather conditions and can wear out, and the cabin air filter, ensuring clean air inside the car, is vital for extending the Avalon's lifespan.

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Toyota Avalon Parts Questions & Answers

  • Q: How to remove the fuel filter and fuel pressure regulator on 1997 through 2001 Toyota Avalon and 1997 through 2001 Toyota Solara?
    A: The first step to removing the fuel pump is to relieve the fuel system pressure and disconnect the negative battery cable. Next, remove the fuel pump/Fuel Level Sensor and the fuel filter retaining screw from the fuel tank. Next, separate the fuel filter from the fuel pump/ fuel level sending unit and remove the fuel pressure regulator mounting screw. For installation, follow these steps in the reserve order making sure new O-rings are installed on the fuel pressure regulator and fuel filter.
  • Q: How do you remove the starter motor assembly from the engine compartment on Toyota Camry and 2007 through 2015 Toyota Avalon?
    A: To remove the starter motor assembly from the engine compartment, begin by disconnecting the cable from the negative battery terminal. Then, remove the engine cover(s), air filter housing, and air inlet duct. Next, detach the electrical connectors from the starter/solenoid assembly. Unscrew the starter motor assembly and remove it. To reinstall, switch the removal steps going from the last step to the first step.
  • Q: How do I remove and adjust the accelerator cable in my Toyota Avalon and Toyota Solara?
    A: To remove the accelerator cable, start by detaching the cable from the negative terminal of the battery. Then, loosen the locknut on the threaded portion of the cable at the throttle body and slip the cable end out of the slot in the throttle lever. Detach the cable from the accelerator pedal and pull it and the casing out of the firewall into the engine compartment. To install the cable, simply reverse the removal steps. To adjust the cable, lift up on it to remove any slack and turn the adjusting nut until it is 1/8 inch away from the cable bracket. Tighten the locknut and check the cable deflection between the throttle lever and the casing, adjusting as necessary. Verify that the throttle valve opens fully and returns to idle smoothly with the assistance of another person. The cable must not bind or stick.
  • Q: How to remove and install a control arm on a Toyota Camry and Toyota Avalon?
    A: Loosen lug nuts, raise and secure the vehicle, and remove the wheel. The engine mount interferes with control arm bolt removal, requiring an engine hoist. Remove the ball joint bolt and nuts, disconnect it from the control arm using a prybar. Remove the bolts attaching the control arm to the sub frame. Inspect the control arm and bushings, replace if bent or worn. Reinstall in reverse order, tightening all fasteners. Reinstall the wheel, lower the vehicle, and tighten lug nuts. Check and adjust front wheel alignment if necessary.