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Toyota corolla 5 speed hatchback 1987 ae82

I was driving and all of a sudden no fuel going through the car

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  • jason hill Jan 15, 2009

    my com was down could it be the dizzy

  • Mike Butler
    Mike Butler May 11, 2010

    Fuel injected or carbureted, Or not sure

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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.

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