Question about Toyota Corolla
Evrething changed, plugs, valvels OK, bobin, filters, nozzles, and steel check engine light is on, and my car does not have power in second speed, not pulling well...I dont now what mechanic must to do more, he did evrything...pls HELPPP
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Unless your computer in your car is faulty... the check engine light came on because it, or one of your vehicle's many sensors detected something within your vehicle was not operating under preset factory conditions. Fortunately, the error code that was extracted was indeed a cylinder # 1 misfire, which is fairly basic. Could be a bad spark plug, wire, etc. or you may have gotten some condensation inside the plug boot. Your mechanic did indeed clear the code, but drive it for awhile and see if it repeats. Normally with a cylinder misfire, you'll notice a small stutter when you accelerate or idle. If your Check Engine light returns, have the codes extracted once more. If the same cylinder is misfiring, have him replace the spark plug and wires.
Posted on Jun 10, 2009
i have 340 000 kms on my 2000 toyota echo it has had that light on for arond 150,000 I just ignore it car runs fine if your mechanic seems to think it is ok you can do what i do or spend money at a toyota dealership and let them tell you and also reset it
Posted on Dec 22, 2009
SOURCE: ABS and Check Engine Lights on
This could be the case, Car computers don't like being started other than how it was suppose to be started, You will need an error code reader just to confirm there are no problems with the engine then you can clear any stored error codes which will turn off any lights you have on.
Posted on Jul 21, 2010
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Under certain conditions customers may experience a MIL "ON" condition with DTC P1349 indicating a variable valve timing (VVTi) malfunction. In some cases, the cause of this DTC may be the VVTi actuator.
In general P1349 is a misfire or ignition issue under most general OBD-II - but Toyota spec'd OBD-II has it as a VVT malfunction. Unfortunantly - hard to tell which it is. Might be the ignition timing set too advanced (VVT-i issue) or low fuel pressure (bad or clogged injector, bad or low flowing fuel pump/regulator). An emissions test could tell you which one it is. If you want to try a quick fix on your own, I'd start with the basics, change the spark plugs, air filter, and maybe the pcv valve, all these are cheap and easy. Other things could cause the problem though, so if the quick fixes don't work, I'd lean toward the injectors.
Seafoam and other additives are very good solvents that can help clean the injectors - but may not be strong enough to clean off these injectors. Injector cleaning services generally don't work that well - best way is to have these cleaned ultrasonically or replaced (very costly).
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