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Re: 86 Toyota Corolla Hatchback
Disconnect the choke cable and see if that makes a diff. if so it nite be the cable. if its an automatic choke take the cover of the air filter and look in at the butterfly it mite just need a bit of a wiggle
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could be a bad TPS or stuck, bad, dirty idle air control solenoid (IAC). check fuel pressure and check for vacuum leaks after the air flow sensor. more info is needed because what you describe could be many different things or a combo of different things
It's called dieseling and it's caused by the self ignition of the fuel in the cylinder because there's a lot of carbon buildup in it. You can either dismantle the engine or use a specialized fuel additive to clean it.
the easiest way is to get someone else to do it but I imagine that you want to tackle the problem yourself.
if it is on the steering column you have to remove the plastic cowling covering the shaft, this will expose the barrel which should just unbolt, I am only guessing as to where the ignition lock is, if it is in the dash you may have to remove items under the dash to expose the barrel to remove it
Carbureted models have a fast idle cam on the throttle,It is a screw that sets against a movable part,called the cam,when the engine heats up,the cam will drop upon tapping the gas pedal.Set the carb,while the engine is cold,by tapping the gas pedal,then adjust the fast idle cam screw by turning it in,with the engine running.Start out by turning the screw in a full turn before starting engine so it will run,then adjust the screw as the engine runs.
I assume the car is a petrol! to stop a petrol engine the ignition needs to be shut down! if there is over run happening there are a few reasons for this. There is a problem with ignition mudule! spark plugs coked up! or the cylinders are coked.
If the car is a Diesel model then the reason for this happening is the shut off valve on the fuel pump is at fault.
Check the fuel pump pressure using a fuel pump pressure guage. It would not necessarily be unheard of to have a new, but bad, fuel pump. No or low pressure, then take the pump back and get another one.