Sir; i have a toyota carina car with a petrol engine. At times when i turn off the engine it doesn't go off immediately but makes as if it "chokes" and "rattles" for a few seconds before finally stopping. One mechanic told me i have to change the kick starter and another one said the carburator is bad. who is right and who is wrong, and how can i definitively solve this problem? thanks Andy
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Hello, my car is Toyota carina ii, at the morning when i want to turn it on i found difficulties, i try more and more and the sound of the engine is wired i push to give fuel more and more then it turns on, but if i stop pushing the fuel giver then it turns off, this problem causes when i turn off the car for 6 or 7 hours.
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.
I had the same problem. I removed the relays from the fusebox under the bonnet/hood (top left side) and then replaced them. All working OK now. Sometimes I have had a problem when I start the car (especially after rainy day) the petrol engine immediately dies and I can only drive in electric. I have found that if I turn the ignition off and then restart it and immediately pump the accelerator it makes the engine run OK. Hope this helps.