Question about 1994 Toyota Corolla
Due to the excessive overheating of the car due to a burst radiator, I think I have damaged the fuel injectors in that the car is not idling consistently and when excelerating, it seems to hold back and then let go and could this also be the cause for the "Engine Management System" light to burn? What can I do to rectify the problem or do I have to take the car to be put on a machine to check the car computer settings and/or fuel injector performance?
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