I have a 2005 Toyota Corolla and it had a problem starting the other day like it was out of gas. I have checked to make sure i have fuel pressure, and checked the relay both are fine. Every now and then it will start but either dies immidiately or will run for a minute or two before dying, When it is running I can Floor it and it only goes to 1900 rpms. What else could be the problem?
The check engine light is on but the computer comes up with an error. We called Toyota and they have been having problems with the computer so they extended warranty to 8 yr. 80,000 miles thanks for all your help
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it can't be a fuse problem because the lights would not turn on at all if the fuse was blown.check the dimmer switch,i believe the problem has to be there.hope this info helps.take care and good luck, manny
I am trying to understand your problem. Check engine mounts. Have a driver in the car, hood open. Start car, foot on brakes, shift from park to reverse and back again. Shift through all gears, look for unusual engine movements around engine mounts area. Left foot on brakes, press gas in drive and reverse;watch for excessive engine movements. Be careful as you perform these steps. You may also want to check drive axles. Keep me updated.
Have you had your air filter changed or checked recently? If you've had it done somewhere other than the dealership that could be your issue. There is a sensor that connects to the enclosure around the air filter. If it is not correctly reattached after service it will cause the check engine light to come on. Even if you do discover the issue and correct it, the check engine light will persist for server times you turn the engine on and off but usually by the 3-4th day it will turn off on its own. If you think it's mote serious, take it back in for service. I can't tell you how many times I've taken my Highlander in for service at a non- Toyota dealer (bc I travel for work) and the check engine light comes on bc they check the air filter and neglect to reattach the sensor. Hope this helps.