Question about 1994 Toyota Corolla
Due to the excessive overheating of the engine due to a burst radiator,I think I have damaged the fuel injectors,is this possible?The car is not idling consistently and could this be the cause for the "engine management system"light to burn!!!? The car fuel consumption has worsened. What can I do to rectify the problem or would I have to take the car to a tune up machine to check the car computer settings and/or check the injector performance!!!???
Mcdevito75 here, The only damage I can imagine to the fuel injectors is that seals on them could start leaking from the excessive engine heat. When your radiator blew you most likely warped 1 or both cylinder heads or at least crack 1 of the head gaskets, an expensive repair. Have your shop check it out.
Posted on Jul 10, 2010
Ya u have to go to check the fuel injectors due to the overheating of the engine this can damage the injectors ,check it
Posted on Jul 14, 2009
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