Question about 2003 Toyota Corolla
My corolla has a rebuild engine it run great and turns on fine but when at a full stop at the light or stop sign it starts to kick like it want to turn off or not getting enough power to the engine what can I do?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I am trying to understand your problem. Check engine mounts. Have a driver in the car, hood open. Start car, foot on brakes, shift from park to reverse and back again. Shift through all gears, look for unusual engine movements around engine mounts area. Left foot on brakes, press gas in drive and reverse;watch for excessive engine movements. Be careful as you perform these steps. You may also want to check drive axles. Keep me updated.
Posted on Jun 13, 2009
SOURCE: engine won't stop running
First of all;
1- If your engine fuel “gas" accelerator linkages not binding or wedges between
other parts of frame or engine!!!
Look for the above problem first, then if it's OK.
2- Your car engine timing could be ON ****** NOT on advance....
Timing should be always on advance (which is the correct
situations" """ Timing in advance start from "0”, "4" "6" ,"8",
IN ****** start from "0”, "4”, etc.
If you have improper TIMING (especially in ******) you'll have
mostly very high temperature most of the time, which will
eventually damage your engine AND it's (the temperature)
is a KILLER for your Automatic
(If your transmission is) transmission.
I hope I helped you.
Posted on May 04, 2009
Replace the throttle positions sensor. it tells the computer how to mix the air fuel ratio. when this is not working the comupter dont know what to do to the enigne to give it power.
Posted on May 17, 2009
SOURCE: 90 corolla efi problem?
Classic fuel pump failure, Efi fuse runs the fuel pump now its open and it won't start. With it cranking and not starting add a little fuel to the air inlet and if it (flashes off ) ( runs a few seconds ) there's no fuel and the fuel pump is the most common cause. The pump is in the tank and unles s you feel that you as good as any pro mechanic and have the experience then let a pro do the work as the danger is high even for a pro.
Posted on Aug 19, 2009
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