I don't know if this is it or not, but years ago my wife's car did this. It ran fine the day before. It turn out to be the catalytic converter was clogged up. Try putting your hand near the exhaust pipe and see how much exhaust is coming out. Good luck. Are you getting P0171 and P0174 'check engine' error / trouble scan codes? (indicate a lean condition Bank 1 and Bank 2, respectively)
See "Related Questions" below for another possible cause, that involves leaking intake ports.
Must be a wallabee in the carbureator.
its your Idle control motor, mounted on the throttle body under the air cleaner, its not retracting, my car did the same thing , scared the bjezze out of me. I dont know why its not retracting, i tested mine out an it goes in/ out with voltage applied so it might me an ECM problem
Timing is off.
What transponder? There is one in the key as is most Toyotas, that communicates with the ECU for anti theft, and there is a recorder that runs in a continous 30 second loop that records vehicle speed, engine speed (rpms) gear you are in, amount of throttle applied, brakes applied, used for accident investigations
That code is for the EGRC-BPT valve. This valve monitors exhaust pressure to activate the diaphram, controlling throttle body vacuum applied to the EGR valvel.
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No.Applied is the past form of the verb apply:I applied the brakes but nothing happened.Or the past participle applied can be used as an adjective:applied physics, applied mathematics, etc
TC (short for Traction Control) is designed to prevent loss of traction of the driven road wheels, and therefore maintain the control of the vehicle when excessive throttle is applied by the driver and the condition of the road surface (due to varying factors) is unable to cope with the torque applied. You may have turned it off and it is showing you that its off or you may have a faulty TC.
Some scooters have switches on the brakes to stop the control when brakes are applied. Check the handle bar switches with a multimeter. Some are made until broken by the brakes and others make a switch when applied. leave open or connected depending on what system you have.
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If there is a PVC valve and hose and filter connected to the air intake, oil could be sucked up from the valve covers when the throttle is applied. perhaps the PVC valve needs to be changed.
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At the idle rate, when no throttle is being applied, it is a low-pitch hum. Not very loud. Give it the gas... it is a whole other story. They get loud, the resonance becomes a HIGH-pitch screech. Unpleasant yes, but it screams power.
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Any voltage that is fed into or "applied" to an electrical circuit is referred to as an "applied voltage".
No. Work simply means that an object moved as a force was applied.
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