Question about Toyota Celica
I turn my car on and it has been sitting for a couple months and it goes straight to 5000rpm and won't come back down. I don't leave it running for more then a few seconds so I don't mess up any valvetrain. What could it be? Thanks!
Check the exseleration cable from yr pedal to the throtle assembly most probably just sticky and got stuck, spray the spring on the pedal,cable(wher possible,usialy beginning and the end of it) the assembly on the throtle body that the cable gose 2 with some W40, that will most probably fix yr problem if note just open yr in take on the throtle body and clean it in side, than 100% yr problem will be solved. G/luck
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
crank sensor or fuel pump call A MOBILE MECHANIC as its not the sort of thing thats easly diagnosed from a description sorry
Posted on Nov 13, 2008
SOURCE: lifter pecking
as old as the car is...I'm not surprised. You have a sticking or worn hydraulic lifter. You my try an engine flush followed by a oil change. Or totally ignore it. Is your oil pressure good?
Posted on Mar 25, 2009
SOURCE: VSA problem. On three
If the car has not been for a routine full check up on the clocked mileage , I think it is only a possible clean up of all the wheels, the sensors that can help to eliminate this problem.
The other probable suspect can be the ABS itself acting erractic at times when there is a false sensing.Make sure all the wire lines to the sensors are good and tight.
Since the fault is turning up only at times, replacement with a suspicion is not a good solution as you might unnecessarily waste money for replacing good working spares.
So attempt the check up once again as you had done and observe the next time the fault occurs. Jack up all the wheels and check the brakes/ bearings once again.
Posted on Nov 02, 2010
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