Question about 1999 Toyota Corolla
What is the fuel pump pressure on 1999 Toyota Corolla
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There's two screws by the handle, pull those out and you'll see how it all connects on the inside. I was able to remove my broken one, and drill a hole into the plastic where it broke and reuse it - it's lasted over 4 years now.
Posted on Aug 12, 2008
SOURCE: Toyota V6 fuel pressure amount
The fuel pressure regulator is on the driver side fuel rail, close to the back of the engine. You need to pull the intake plenum off to access the pressure regulator.
The normal operating fuel pressure is 38 to 44 PSI
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Posted on Feb 21, 2009
to check the fuel pump on you car you need to put ignition in the on position and open the butterfly of the MAF sensor that is mounted on top of your air filter. Toyota's fuel filter won't come on unless there is air going in the engine. your problem may not be the pump, so you need to check the pump properly.
Posted on Apr 30, 2009
I have a similar problem with one of my Toyota Corollas. It's a 95 model with the 1.8L engine (7A-FE, automatic). But unlike yours, it has plenty of power while running. Here's what it does. Occasionally the engine misses. Sometimes it will die. This is most likely to happen when you start the car and put it in reverse and start rolling without giving the engine time to adjust. I've been told by some customers that it will die sometimes when coming to a stop. But this has never happened when I drive it. I don't think it's a fuel issue because the car runs just fine when it's running.
Here's what I've tried so far:
What I plan to do next:
After that I have no idea what to do next if the problem persists. The check engine light is not on so I don't think there are any error codes. Will let you know.
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Posted on Aug 27, 2009
adjust the accelerator cable.
Posted on Mar 15, 2010
Testimonial: "i thought the idle was ecu controlled,but i see what your saying,ajust cable stop.ie allen screw with locknut to bring up revs.thanks"
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