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My car won't start, It sounds like it's not getting any gas. I know it's not the starter and battery.

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The fuel pressure will drop when accelerating and the engine will loose power..

Posted on Nov 07, 2012

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SOURCE: battery on toyota corolla 2003

make sure battery cables are secure on or into the battery and not loose. If cables are loose it will cause your alternater to fail therfore not fully keeping battery charged. If battery cables are not loose replace battery.

Posted on Nov 17, 2008

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SOURCE: 2006 Toyota Corolla wont start

this sounds like the electric fuel pump in the fuel tank has failed, replace the pump and filter togeather.

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SOURCE: car won't start

It won't crank? Does the alarm system works? Like locking and unlocking the doors? If that work, check cranking voltage to starter solenoid with a test light. But before, check all fuses under dash and hood. Make sure battery connections are clean and tight. There is more but try this for now. Let me know of the solenoid test and please ask any questions.

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SOURCE: Starter? Wiring? 2003 Toyota Corolla troubles

I would suspect the starter. Here is a little test to narrow it down...when it does not turn over, open the hood, locate the starter, and tap it with a hammer. Sometimes, the starter contacts are worn, and the current is not clowing thru the contacts, into the windings. If it does start after that, you need the contacts replaced. Thisis assuming that the battery is good, and the battery terminals are clean and free of corrosion.

Posted on Oct 29, 2009

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SOURCE: no fuel toyota corolla

It is the fuel injectors,the crankshaft sensor is bad,or pickup coil,if it is a distributor type.This is what pulses the injectors.

Posted on Mar 09, 2010

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