clogged fuel OR air filter,vacuum leak,probably to the distributor,clogged muffler or resonator if you've already checked the catalytic converter.Is it automatic???
would have to agree with that most likely clogged fuel filter
Change your fuel filter because your filter is all clogged up.
Does it do this after running for a while? I had a similar problem which was down to overheating (which in turn was due to a loose head). Theory goes that the fuel in the carbourettor was evaporating due to the high heat - after letting the engine cool for half an hour it started again. May or may not be the cause but HTH
Fuel pressure regulator may be bad, also check the spark plug gap.
If your 92 Toyota Corolla taillights are out, but the dash light and fuse work fine, the bulbs could have burn out. Replace bulbs on each side.
It could be caused by a bad ground or severed wire somewhere.
You can find the vacuum line diagram for the 1983 Toyota Corolla in most Chilton's manuals for that model and year of vehicle. You can also find this diagram at many auto repair shops or libraries.
Yes the Toyota corolla up till 2003 have a 4X100 lug pattern same as the Honda civics so it will fit fine
Any 12 volt battery charger will work just fine.
how do i fine the oil filler in a 2009 corolla and get a tool to take it off
First remove battery cable. Second install your key and turn it to on. Third reinstall battery and all should be fine.
It is my understanding that all corollas up to 2003 have a timing chain not a timing belt. So really if the car is running fine don't worry about it. It's really when they have a timing belt that they recommend replacing it every 35000 to 50000 miles. Don't quote on this, I own a 2003 Toyota corolla and that's the information the dealer gave me.
did you check the gas-line emergency switch, i know my old Taurus needed to have it reset once
I would check the fuses. if all fuses look okay then check the wiring. if the wiring looks fine i would recommend taking it to a shop.
We have 3 Toyotas and the keys have bent on 2 of them. Just make a new key if you don't have one already and everything should work just fine again. It did for us.
sounds like a grounding problem to me, find an electrical diagnostic and follow it with a multimeter to make sure, otherwise you might have to replace the entire harness
5W30 ....and synthetic or conventional is fine, synthetic is higher cost but lasts much longer between changes so the long term cost about evens out
Power Steering pump low of fluid or going bad.
I do not have an answer but I also have a 1994 Toyota Camry that will not start and has no spark, I swapped out the ignition module to no avail, the distributor and rotor appear fine. Any help
Yes, it is :D! Don't do it 'cause you might get a fine of up to 45,000 USD/ 25,000 GBP.
You must be mistaken. My 1998 Toyota runs fine.
If the AC stopped blowing air on your 2003 Toyota Echo, the blower fuse could be to blame. If the fuse is fine, it might be the blower resistor that needs to be replaced.
your fuel pump is a good place to look if its worn it will cause this type of problem
It probably needs to be reset after the oil change. New vehicles use the oil light to let you know you need to change the oil, but they need to be reset at the time of the change.
Check the fuel filter, it might be clogged.
Check to make sure each fuse is working fine. Sometime a green or other color rust is the cause of the problem.?æ
either a cracked head or a blown head gasket.