the eco light in my car is not turning on anymore why?

Asked by Jan 03, 2013 at 09:02 AM about the Toyota Opa

Question type: General

my car is the 2000 opa

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The indicator is designed to help reduce CO2 emissions through helping drivers increase their vehicles’ fuel efficiency through better operation. Based on a comprehensive determination that takes into consideration such factors as accelerator use, engine and transmission efficiency and speed and rate of acceleration, the Eco Drive Indicator, located on the instrument panel, lights up when the vehicle is being operated in a fuel-efficient manner. The system uses many inputs and the failure of one to report will prevent the dash indicator not to turn on.

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