2004 Scion xA Repair and Maintenance Costs
A guide to repairs, service, and maintenance costs for your 2004 Scion xA
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2004 Scion xA ProblemsSqueaking Noise When Applying Brakes in Reverse
When backing up and applying the brakes, you may hear a squeaking noise. Scion engineers addressed this problem by modifying the shape of the brake pad and the anti-squeal shims; they also applied more grease during assembly.
The AC evaporator drain hose may become dislodged and cause a water leak on the passenger floor.
Air conditioning that doesn't blow cold enough could indicate the need for adjusting the cable for the temperature blend door.
2004 Scion xA QuestionsThe power windows don't always work. What electrical problem do I have? (2 answers)
The windows act like they have run out of power while moving. They only move a little at a time and you have to wait and then it will move a little more. This doesn't happen all the time.
Recently bought a 2004 Scion Xa. There is no notification or warning when headlights are inadvertently left on - no buzzer, no bell, no nothing. Is this a design oversight or is there a part that needs to be replaced?
I am using it since last 3 years and it was running perfect for first two years but now from last year since i change Petrol Filter(Fuel Filter) now it is disturbing a lot. Whenever switching on the ignition after that acceleration is not getting pick and it might do stoppage during drive. I have...
2004 Scion xA RecallsCertain Cruise Controls May Not Deactivate Properly
Certain Scion vehicles sold from Gulf States Toyota and Southeast Toyota with Rostra cruise control may have a problem where the cruise control does not release the throttle the first time the on/off switch is pressed. If the throttle is not released when needed, a crash could occur. The vehicle manufacturers will notify owners and replace the cruise control free of charge. Rostra will notify purchasers of the aftermarket cruise controls and replace the units free of charge. The recall began February 13, 2007.