Question about Toyota Corolla
Plugs are changed ,new starter motor,new battery does nt give problems when it heats up.
What year? some engines have a"cold start injector" in the intake manifold. find it , check it , replace it and the fuel filter. also check fuel pressure, a weak or bad fuel pump may be the problem
Posted on Apr 01, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
check fuel pump relay/should run pump for two sec when key is turned on. try turning key on but dont crank did pump hum/if it did look towards leaky fuel inj./faulty pressure reg. poss clogged fuel filt.
Posted on Nov 17, 2008
i'm sure it's not the starter itself that is the problem, have the stater's solenoid checked...it might be stucked. It's quite a lot of work removing the starter but you can do it if you are willing enough to learn. You just need the right idea and tools to do it. Hope this will help save you bucks!
Posted on Aug 10, 2009
I had same problem in varius trucks and motorhomes with the same engine size (460)and this is caused by excesive heat from the engine in all 460's,when hot if I stoped at a gas station to fill,once I tryed to start it again it felt like the battery was almost dead and bearly turned the engine over.what I did was that I added an after market engine oil cooler and that fixed the problem.
Posted on Oct 06, 2009
Your diesel land cruiser has a separate glow plug for each cylinder. Their function is to pre heat a swirl chamber prior to injecting fuel into the cylinder. Since you have no spark on a diesel, your combustion comes from superheated fuel and high compression...for you vehicle I believe the compression ratio is 21.6:1 as compared to 8.0:1 for a gasoline model. If you are not getting combustion readily, then either the glow plugs are not getting the fuel preheated properly before starting, or your compression is low. I would tend to believe it is a glow plug issue since they only stay on for a second. Good Luck! I hope you find this to be very helpful!
Posted on Jan 24, 2010
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