Used Toyota Etios Parts For Sale
Looking for hard-to-find authentic spares for your car? We are one of the leading genuine Etios parts sellers in South Africa. With our vast supply of spares, we are certain to have what you need. We present a huge array of high quality used Toyota parts at competitive prices. We only offer high-quality used auto parts and do thorough inspections on each one we sell, so you can purchase with confidence.
Toyota Etios Scrapyard
Whether you are after a specific part or want to browse, please feel free to contact us. We specialize in supplying spare parts for all Toyota models in South Africa. We are only a phone call away, so there really is no need to travel from scrap yard to scrap yard wasting both your time and petrol trying to find the right Toyota spare parts for your car.
Recent Etios Part Requests
2021-11-24 15:27:15 +00:00
Etios oil sump and clutch kit
2021-11-24 14:20:37 +00:00
I need Boot Lid, Rear Bumper, Front Right Fender. Rear Taillights. White In Colour Preferably
2021-11-22 12:35:29 +00:00
2021-11-18 11:00:03 +00:00
looking for standard rims and tyres 14inch or 15inch
2021-10-19 09:40:29 +00:00
Im looking for a brake master cylinder.
2021-10-10 05:19:36 +00:00
Windscreen wiper arm complete
2021-09-21 09:42:50 +00:00
GEAR SHIFT CABLES
2021-09-03 11:26:39 +00:00
I need 4 etios rims
15 inch alloy
2021-08-27 07:47:13 +00:00
TOYOTA ETIOS REAR VALANCE
LEFT / REAR FENDER
About the Etios
About The Toyota Etios
The Etios is a compact sedan from the Toyota group. It has an all-new line of engines that have a power output from 60kW to 85kW. They come in three different models: L, GL and G. All of them come with four doors and are parking sensors as an option. All Etios’s are made in South Africa and have different grades called II, III and IV. II is the basic 3-door sedan, while the IV is luxury styled. In 2010 Toyota introduced an exceptional version of the Etios known as the Etios limited edition, which has all leather seats and comes with leather.
Toyota Etios is a mid-size sedan that comes with a choice of two engine types, depending on your location in the world. In South Africa, it comes equipped with the 1.5L VVT-i engine in both automatic and manual transmission forms, while traders operating in other parts of the world benefit from the 1.3L Dual VVT-i unit, available only with a 6-speed manual transmission.
Common parts sold on the Toyota Etios
The function of an engine block is to seal cylinders while accepting airflow from the intake manifold for each combustion chamber and distributing that throughout the crankcase via a separate branch pipe. The engine block also houses many components such as: piston assemblies, crankshaft, spark plugs, intake and exhaust valves (some models), camshaft(s) (some models), oil pan (some models).
Engine blocks are not subject to high pressures like pistons; therefore they can be made from steel or aluminium alloy rather than requiring a material with superior strength properties such as cast iron. This advantage allows them to be manufactured from a more inexpensive material that can withstand the effects of cyclical steam heating and cooling, as well as being lighter in weight so as to provide better fuel economy.
The function of pistons is to move up and down inside a cylinder which in turn rotates a crankshaft via a connecting rod. In order for this motion to be created an amount of fuel/air mixture must make contact with a spark plug, causing combustion within the piston housing chamber. The ignition process requires both air and highly pressurised gas (in this case combustible gases), which are stored in separate chambers before being released through valves upon ignition at high pressure towards the spark plugs located at one end of each cylinder. This movement creates power by rotating both the crankshaft and camshaft, which in turn rotate the wheels/drive shaft.
The function of a cylinder head is to seal an engine’s cylinders while accepting airflow from the intake manifold within each combustion chamber. The valves under each opening of the cylinder head open and close at specific times allowing for air to be drawn into each combustion unit. A single piston passes through its whole range of motion (combustion cycle) per power stroke of the crankshaft; therefore it requires six separate actions or strokes during one complete rotation. It is important that this process happens fast enough, which is why there are four different pistons instead of just one inside a cylinder.
The function of a crankshaft is to create rotational movement from reciprocating motion. In order for this to happen the pistons must move up and down inside each cylinder, which in turn rotate a main shaft via connecting rods attached to it. The crankshaft converts linear motion into rotary motion which allows it to power a vehicle’s wheels. It also increases the torque, or moment of force, with regards to forces rotating around an axle with its centre at or near the axis – essentially allowing for greater acceleration – as well as less power loss within a system with multiple moving parts working towards one goal.
A of pistons that are attached to the crankshaft turn it, which in turn rotates a camshaft within each cylinder head via can rotate.
The function of a camshaft is to open and close intake and exhaust valves on an engine at specific times during its entire power cycle. This process makes the pistons’ travel distance more efficient by optimising their timing while also allowing for greater fuel/air mixture flow or torque output depending on whether valves are open or closed at any given time. The shape of the cam lobes determines how far they open and close valves, while lift refers to how much air can enter into combustion chambers with each rotation of the shaft – higher lifts have greater amounts of powered airflow.
The function of valves is to open and close at specific times during a power cycle, allowing for the piston’s travel distance to be more efficient. They also allow for greater fuel/air mixture flow or torque output depending on whether valves are open or closed at any given time. The shape of the valve lobes determines how far they open and close intake and exhaust valves, while lift refers to how much air can enter into combustion chambers with each rotation of the shaft – higher lifts have greater amounts of powered airflow. Valves must be opened before compression occurs within cylinders so that pressure doesn’t become too great; however they not be fully opened earlier than necessary so as to save power and fuel by allowing more of the gas mixture to remain within the cylinder instead.
The function of a gearbox is to create and transfer rotational movement in order to turn wheels, which allow the vehicle to move. It changes the speed of rotation between engine and drive shaft, essentially allowing for different speeds during power delivery depending on what speed each wheel/axle needs to rotate at. The transmission ratio represents how many times an input driveshaft turns compared with how many times an output driveshaft turns. This means that when power goes into the gearbox, the number of rotations must be reduced so it can go out again – with each full rotation being multiplied by this reduction value via internal gears and sprockets.
The function of an oil pan is to collect and store used engine oil after it has been filtered and cooled. The vehicle’s driving forces like the pistons, crankshaft and gears all use up lubricating oil which would otherwise cause them to overheat; this is then passed through the filter where it is cleaned of debris before being stored in an area large enough to contain any quantity that may leak from the engine during its power cycle.
Common Etios Body Parts Needing Replacement
The function of the grille is to allow air flow into the engine bay so that it can cool down. It also allows road debris or other obstacles to be prevented from entering the vehicle through sight obstructions, keeping its occupants safe and ensuring a smooth running engine because there is less chance of damage being caused by flying objects.
The function of a bonnet is to protect a car’s engine bay from weather conditions, as well as harmful road debris that could cause damage. The bonnet helps keep the car’s occupants safe while allowing fresh air in for desired cooling effects. Without this part, not only would potential damage occur from flying debris but heat would overwhelm an engine bay because it would lack the cool air supply that keeps an engine from overworking.
The function of a radiator is to cool down the vehicle’s engine by increasing its surface area which aids in heat radiation, as well as allowing for greater airflow through cooling fins and ventilation channels. This allows for a more efficient power cycle with less risk of damage or failure due to heat overload.
The function of a transmission is to change the rotational speed between differentials – for example, if both wheels are rotating at the same speed then there would be no transfer of power. This part also allows one driven axle to rotate faster than the other during motor movement so that acceleration or slowdowns can take place with greater ease.
The function of doors is to allow entry and exit into or out of a vehicle. It’s important to have proper structural support in case road conditions become harsh on occupants so that they don’t suffer any injuries from being thrown around, as well as having some form of windscreen protection which will protect them from hazardous weather conditions including dust, water, rain and heat.
The function of fenders is to keep mud, leaves, stones or other road debris off the tyres. Their shape also helps plan airflow around them during movement which encourages smoother air flow for improved fuel efficiency because there are no pockets that can cause unwanted turbulence.
The function of a bootlid is to store luggage or groceries in an area where they cannot be accessed by people outside of the vehicle – however, hatchback vehicles do not have this part because their trunk space is open to allow larger loads if needed. For vehicles with rear-wheel drive design, this allows free range of motion because there is no external object preventing it.
The function of a rear-windscreen is to provide protection for occupants inside the vehicle against weather conditions including rain, dust and heat; this part also increases visibility during bad weather for safer driving.
The function of a front window is to provide increased visibility while maintaining comfort levels within the vehicle by protecting passengers against harsh exterior weather conditions like rain, sun and other hazards that could cause injuries or discomfort. This part can be made out of glass or plastic depending on the style of car which has been applied.
The function of a rear bumper is to provide protection for the vehicle’s undercarriage. Like a fender, it also plays a role in planing airflow around the vehicle so that fuel efficiency can be increased during movement. This part is made out of high impact resistant materials to resist debris and prevent damage after contact.
An example of a front bumper would be the type most commonly seen on sedans, which provides protection from damage from head-on collisions as well as being an aesthetically pleasing design element. These bumpers are usually made up of strong steel with reinforcements for extra support and resistance against chipping, dents and scratches.
A vehicle’s air conditioning system works by cooling down the compressors which were previously chilled, then forcing them into the passenger cabin through piping that runs outside of the door sills or underneath it along with mechanical fans to optimize airflow around passengers. This system is usually powered by engine belts and pulleys attached to a belt-driven compressor driven by electricity.
Depending on weather conditions, road surfaces and driver experience, shock absorbers reduce excess jolts and vibrations from jarring at speed so that occupants can travel more comfortably – this feature also allows for smoother power transfer between differentials as the car moves.
Window Winder Mechanisms
There are two main types of window winders in vehicles: electrical and manual. The function of both is to open or close windows, but depending on the type there might be additional features like automatic shutters (electric) or locks (manual).
The windshield wiper acts as a squeegee to remove water from the windshield during rain or when it has become dirty, obscuring visibility; this helps maintain clear vision for drivers so that they can see obstacles in time. It’s important to replace these parts after excessive wear due to weather conditions, because replacing them will involve removing the entire assembly which dismantling other parts in the process.
The function of side mirrors is to give drivers a wider range of vision around their car, creating an increased field of view – this is especially important during tight manoeuvres or parking because it’s always better to have more visibility. These parts are made out of glass for clearer vision quality, with plastic being the cheaper alternative.
The headlight unit of a vehicle is responsible for providing light so that the driver can see properly at night, also working to increase visibility during bad weather conditions. With higher wattage bulbs installed, headlights come equipped with fog lamps to help prevent contact damage during dangerous conditions like foggy roads or heavy rains.
Normally fitted with turn signals and brake lights, tail lights provide signal communication between vehicles when moving which is important not just for increasing road safety but for legal reasons in most countries; this communication system work in tandem with other oncoming vehicles’ headlights when visibility begins to reduce.
Door lock systems
Vehicle doors are usually locked with either key pistons, key fobs or an electrical means like a switch. The key piston is the most common method for locking and unlocking car doors; it’s activated by inserting a metal rod into the lock cylinder, pushing it back to unlock and retracting to lock. Key fobs work different to improve convenience – they’re attached to your keys so that you can activate locking/unlocking features remotely by simply pressing buttons on them. Electrical door locks are activated electronically via switches located near the driver’s side door or inside of the glove box compartment .
Let our Toyota scrapyard locate the parts you need for your Toyota Etios!
We Deliver Across South Africa!
If you cannot come and collect your Toyota salvage parts yourself, we use the best couriers in South Africa to deliver to your door. We do NOT have an online store, so all purchases are made via phone calls.
Sell Your Etios For Parts!
We buy non-runners and accident-damaged Toyota’s and sell them for parts. We will consider all vehicle types no matter how bad the damage. If you wish to get cash for your car, please get in touch with us today!
You Are In Safe Hands!
We’ve handpicked the best salvage yards in South Africa to ensure that you’ll have no trouble finding the right parts to fix your car. Our team of auto scrap yard experts have been serving the public for years!
Toyota’s Stripping For Spares
This vehicle is accident damaged and being stripped for spare parts. If you would like to purchase a specific part of this vehicle, please email us through our contact us page. Get Prices For Popular Parts For the Toyota Etios Front bumper Hood Windshield Headlight...
This vehicle is accident damaged and being stripped for spare parts. If you would like to purchase a specific part of this vehicle, please email us through our contact us page. Seats Crankshaft Complete Engine CAS Central Consol Ignition Switch radiator AC Condenser...
Contact us for insurance write off parts from this vehicle. This vehicle was written off after an accident. Please contact us to discuss the specifications of this vehicle and the price for the parts that you are interested in. The following are common parts requested...