There are a number of reasons why a 2001 Toyota Corolla 1.4 GS engine would misfire. Coils are one common cause. Another common cause is the fuel delivery system.
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There could be a humming noise from the engine of a 2002 Toyota Corolla because of low oil or a fouled spark plug. It can also indicate a more serious problem.
Several things can cause your 2001 Toyota Corolla to stall when you first take off. The most common cause is a dirty fuel filter or a dirty air intake filter.
There are a number of reasons why a 1991 Toyota Corolla engine would stop running after startup. It could the idle control, an EGR leak, or low fuel pressure.Ê
The primary cause for a 95 Toyota Corolla to buck is a lack of fuel. The fuel filter can be clogged which will not provide enough gas to the engine.
it may be the maf sensor i got a corolla 2001 too do you have any codes ?this is a old question thought.
Quite a few things could cause this to happen to the 2001 Corolla. The engine could experience poor performance and sputtering due to: - dirty or clogged air filter - worn or mis-gapped spark plugs - bad gasoline - gummed up throttle body - sensor malfunction (IAT sensor, O2 sensor(s), MAF sensor) A dirty MAF sensor could cause sputtering in 2000+ Corollas. As these models are equipped with the 1ZZ-FE VVT-i engine (2ZZ-GE in the case of the Corolla XRS). Often overlooked, many can be carefully cleaned, instead of being replaced, and driveability often improves considerably.
Podsible, if the sensor is so worn as to not send the right signal to the ECU the fuel/air trim will be off and indeed can cause a misfire from running to lean or too rich. The ECU does not know if the sensor is bad, it only knows what micro voltage it is "told" by 02 sensor
it isn't a "fuse" as on many vehicles, it would be a "relay switch" or possibly a sensor that could cause a "good" fuel pump not to "turn on"
The ECU has detected a problem with the emissions system. Most auto parts stores will scan the ECU for free.
You may need to replace the speedometer fuse. The speedometer cable can cause your speedometer to stop working. The speed sensor can also cause the speedometer to stop working.
Fuel/air trim too lean.Your engine is not getting enough fuel in the optimal ratio. Could be may causes. What to do? Have your OBD codes scanned. That will tell you which sensor has gone faulty to cause the problem,.....go to AutoZone or any large parts house and they will scan your OBD free.
Yes, just about any sensor on the engine could cause a no start.Yes, just about any sensor on the engine could cause a no start.
Try cleaning the MAF sensor and check for leaks in the vacuum hoses. If the MAF is clean and there's no air leak, oxygen sensor (before the cat) could be misreporting a lean mixture ... replace it. If none of that works then something else is causing your lean mixture (dirty injectors, etc).
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An intermittent crankshaft sensor will not let the engine fire the correct times. This can definitely cause a misfire for the engine.
Could be many reasons. If there is an check engine light, have the code pulled with a ODB2 scanner from any local garage. Reference that code with what it means and you have a better idea where to look to solve the problem.
Check the temp sensor. The control is not turning on the fan when engine temp requires it, so the most common cause is the sensor.
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Yes, an unplugged sensor can cause a check engine light.
A bad crankshaft position sensor on your Chrysler 300 will cause the engine to run very rough or not run at all. The malfunctioning sensor can cause damage to your engine, if not repaired.
AnswerCheck the fuse1996 corolla fuse is in kick panel next to driver!!! cig lighter and clock and radio!!!