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Car stall 1998 toyota corolla, replace cam shaft sensor, crank shaft sensor, could it be the main fuse box

It is at the dealer now, wire problem?

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The Year 1998 Toyota Corolla engine will stall due to:
Spark plug faulty
High-tension cord faulty
Ignition problems:
• Ignition coil
• Igniter
• Distributor
Incorrect ignition timing
Vacuum leaks:
• PCV line
• EGR line
• Intake manifold
Throttle body
• Brake booster line
Incorrect valve clearance
EFI system problems
Engine overheats
Low compression

Posted on Feb 14, 2014

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SOURCE: 2004 corolla fuse box

open the driver's side door and look on the side of the dash. If it's not there, check the passenger's side on the center console. If not there, check under the hood.

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SOURCE: 2005 corolla fuse box

where is the inside fuse box in a 2005

Posted on Nov 30, 2009

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SOURCE: location of fuse box for 98 toyota corolla

Also, for radio, cigarette, and others: behind the "storage only" box left of steering wheel. Pull that door open, up and out.

Posted on May 06, 2010

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SOURCE: I have a 1998 toyota corolla and need to replace

Follow the hose from the bottom of the radiator to the point where in reaches the engine block. That's where the thermostat is located and the Engine Coolant Temperature switch is there too.

Posted on Jul 09, 2010

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