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I have a 2003 Toyota Corolla LE. When I accelerate it makes a roaring, plane-engine-like noise. It's particularly bad when I get on the interstate and gets worse the more I accelerate. It doesn

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You may have a bad front wheel bearing, have a local shop drive the car and confirm this is the problem

Posted on Nov 06, 2012

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SOURCE: 2003 Toyota Corolla turn signals & emergency flashers do not work

your right, it could be a bulb or It could also be a case of bad / loose contact either on the positive connection or the groundings due to dirt and others

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SOURCE: 2000 toyota corolla misses on acceleration

sounds like the mass air flow sensor is malfuntioning

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SOURCE: 2003 Toyota Corolla LE back seat fold down? how?!

Open the back trunk, look near the top of the trunk, and pull the two black levers. They have a seat folding down symbol. That will release the locks to fold the back seat down.

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SOURCE: 2007 toyota corolla stop accelerating, pushing gas

throttle position sensor needs to be changed

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SOURCE: Sputtering acceleration

Try checking your throttle position sensor

Posted on Jul 16, 2009

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THIS NOISE IS CAUSED BY A POSSIBLE WHEEL BEARING
WHEN YOU DRIVE THE VEHICLE YOU SHOULD HEAR A ROARING NOISE AND AS YOU GO FASTER THE NOISE WILL GET LOUDER AND WHEN YOU TURN THE WHEEL FROM SIDE TO SIDE THE NOISE WILL FADE IN AND OUT. THIS IS AN INDICATION THAT THE WHEEL BEARING IS BAD.
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2003 Toyota Corolla LE back seat fold down? how?!


Open the back trunk, look near the top of the trunk, and pull the two black levers. They have a seat folding down symbol. That will release the locks to fold the back seat down.

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