Question about 2007 Toyota Corolla Verso
While driving my battery light came on, drove about five miles with battery light on, drained battery by the time got to garage, mechanic replaced alternator charged battery, now the car turns over, tries to start, but will not start, fuel supply ok, mechanic cannot find any reason for not starting after obvious checks...... can anybody help?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: oil change light
Turn the key on. Observe the odometer. Is "ODO" displayed? If not, push the trip meter button until "ODO" is displayed, with the total mileage travelled shown.
Turn the key off.
Push & HOLD the trip reset button until advised to release it.
Turn the key to "ON" (do not start engine)
Observe the ODO display.
You should see 5 dashes, then 4, then 3, then 2, then one, and finally, five zeros.
The original mileage that you observed should be redisplayed.
Release the trip reset button.
The proceedure is now complete.
Posted on Sep 22, 2008
You do not have to replace the fuel pump at a specific mileage.
I hate to speculate without physically inspecting the vehicle, but, my best solution here & now may be the fuel pump. Now, I would not go out & buy one before you had proper diagnosis. Here is one test, but you will need to have to experience the stall again, and then test to see if you have fuel pressure at the injectors. If you have no fuel pressure, replace the pump. Fuel filter issues do not "come & go", they stay, and your car would not run properly. Also, a fuel pump failure will not set a computer code on this particular model vehicle. Hope this helps..
Posted on Sep 15, 2008
SOURCE: Code P0401 1998 Toyota Camry
I'm assuming that it is a four cyl.The p0401 code is for insufficient egr flow.Most of the time it is the egr vsv valve (vsv means vacuum switching valve)which is what controls the vacuum to the egr valve to open it.It is kind of hard to get to as it is on the block under the head on the back side.If you follow the hose from the egr valve it goes to the vsv.I have also seen mice eat holes in the vacuum line which would also give you problems.I hope this help and let me know if you have anymore questions
Posted on Dec 03, 2008
SOURCE: Verso 2006 won't start
i'm looking to get a new battery for my 05 plate toyota corolla verso. Im trying not to go to Toyota as they charage extortionate prices . Can anyone help as to what battery i will need and is the cheapest batteries on the market worth getting
Posted on Jul 16, 2011
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