Re: i was driving and the corolla just stopped putting...
Fuel is not just fuel this days, there are alot of impuritis in it and with time (gets worst in older models) those impuritis bekome more and more with time. so what can happen wen you run out of fuelis that those impuritis went trough the pipes and bloked your injectors, never let your car run out of fuel. but ofcourse its impossible to say way you ae86 doesnt work, i meen its just a idear. hope it helps
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FUEL CONSUMPTION CAUSED BY FAULTY SPARK PLUGS AND IGNITION COILS.FAULTY TRANSMISSION TORQUE CONVERTER NOT LOCKING UP FOR OVER DRIVE.MANUAL TRANSMISSION CLUTCH WORN NOT SLIPPING.STOP UP AIR FILTER.HIGH SPEED DRIVING.LOT OF SHORT STOPS DRIVING IN THE CITY.CHECK FOR LOW TIRE PRESSURE.LOW CYLINDER COMPRESSION.
yes we need to know if it's carburated or f.i. it'll help out a bunch, anyways, either way the easiest thing to get you started would be to check the fuel filter make sure it's not clogged up, check your fuel lines as well. if that doesn't, clean the intake jets.
Fuel pump may have gone, mine just did. There is a weep hole that will spill out oil towards the back of the pump, check this for wetness, Hook a gas can or something up to the carb or pump directly and let gravity do the work, if it starts, then it's your pump.
Could be any number of things, lets eliminate the transmission. Put the car in park and throttle the engine, is it snappy then? Or does it slowly rev up? If it still runs funny or isn't snappy, the tranny is not the problem. So it could be, weak fuel pump, fuel pressure regulator, or a ditributor problem. Could be a sensor to, but I've had 4 corollas and have never had a MAF sensor or others go out yet. I have had problems with the items I listed.