Question about 2005 Toyota Corolla
This happened before and after I shut car and let it sit for about an hour it drove perfectly fine until today which is about 3 weeks... the hesitating andsort of bucking seems like the car is gonna stall out at a light but it did make it home. felt like it was struggling to go and did not seem to respond to the accelerator
Check for Cylinder Misfires
Check Fuel Pressure
Check EGR System
Check for Vacuum leaks
Check TPS Sensor
Change Spark Plugs --every 3 years
Change front O2 Sensors --at 100,000 miles
Check Coolant Sensor --if you have one
Fuel Pump-could be an issue
Change Fuel Filter & Air Filter--every 3 years
Check Trans Fluid--Change every 3 years,as well as Power steering
Posted on Dec 06, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1996 Camry 100 km stalling
This sounds like a common Camry problem. After driving my vehicle for about 20 minutes in highway traffic, the vehicle has difficulty idling when I slow down behind another car or turn a corner. This quickly deteriorates and then the car actually stalls when I slow right down or
Then usually the car starts again right away, but when I slow down again, stalls. Then when I start it up again, usually in traffic, I can’t get the shift into Drive. If I allow it to sit engine off for 3 – 5 minutes, it starts again, the shift can slide into shift, and the car goess off again, like nothing happened.
Posted on Oct 17, 2008
SOURCE: Check engine and VSC lights on
I talked to you on the live chat, and I think that you may have missed the end of my typing...
What I went on to say is that more often than not, on the 02 4Runners, the Check and VSC lights in tandem look mainly after the emission system, and, since you stated no issues during the road test, I would guess that it is a fuel issue (too full/loose gas cap). But, if you can get the vehicle scanned, I will be very glad to provide you with more and better info if you provide me with the DTC codes. That would require your guy or an autozone hookup to a scan tool. I hope my clarification helps; and the graciouness of a FIxYa rating for this question would be greatly appreciated
Posted on Nov 06, 2008
Check the voltage of battery with voltmeter.. It is sometimes possible that if voltage of battery drops and jump start is needed, your computer will only charge to the last voltage that was recognized which would be when jumped...Try and charge the battery if possible I would actually suggest that you have your battery tested at local auto parts store and if it is presumed in good condition ,let them charge for you to max capacity . If battery has been tested and labeled as no good replace if necessary... Oh, and first thing you should do is make sure your positive and negative battery connections are clean and tight...if this didnt fix problem please give more info on what was found when advice above was followed...Good Luck!!!!
Posted on Dec 28, 2008
The evaporation canister can cause this, so would any vacuum leak. A faulty throttle position sensor or camshaft position sensor would also cause this but it would in the diagnostics most likely.
Posted on Jul 22, 2009
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