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Drive cycle for 2003 Toyota corolla

Can't pass emissions because had to replace battery. What Is the drive cycle ?

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For my car, it was under 50 miles

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your car engine may have some hidden problem, suggest you take it to dealer workshop to have you car ECU scan and it will resolve the problem once and for all.

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have you had a diagnostic code check? if not i'd start there. it sounds like it might be a oygen sensor, but before spending money on it, it really should have a diagnostic test to tell you exactly whats causing the problem.

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The cabin air filter is located behind the glove box, you will have to remove the glove box, behind the glove box is a cover about 1" high and 7" long, remove that cover and you will see a tray that holds the cabin air filter, remove the tray and you can replace the paper cabin air filter, I recomend using a Toyota cabin air filter, the Toyota cabin air filter is a HEPA air filter and is available at any Toyota dealer for about $ 30

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The CHECK (check engine) light can account for a hundred plus different failures on a modern vehicle. It is there to let you know of failures in the emissions or drivetrain systems of your car.
Essentially it can be as simple a bad gas cap or as complex as internal transmission part failures. You will need to take it to a repair shop or an auto parts store to have the diagnostic code scanned to get an idea of what is wrong. Most auto parts stores will do this for free.
The light can go out by itself if the problem goes away, but can take a very long time. Certain codes will take over 250 drive cycles without a problem detected before they clear.
If the light is lit solid, it is typically fine to drive until you can get it diagnosed. If the light is FLASHING, however, it indicates a misfire so great that severe engine damage may occur. If the light is FLASHING, turn the car off and have it towed to prevent damage.

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Check engine light/2003 toyota CE


have you had a diagnostic code check? if not i'd start there. it sounds like it might be a oygen sensor, but before spending money on it, it really should have a diagnostic test to tell you exactly whats causing the problem.

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