Question about 1986 Toyota Corolla 2 Door
Car wont start,checked timming,spark,petrol,air filters,valves
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If you have a cabin air filter, it will be located behind the glove box. You need to open the glove box, remove all of the contents, disengage the rod at the right side, and squeeze in on both of the sides towards the center of the box, this defeats the "stops" that keep it from falling out when opened. Let the box door swing down. Right behind the opening left by moving the glove box down & out of the way is the heater box. Look for a rectangular tray, on the box, facing you, pull it straight out towards you. The cabin air filter is located in this tray, if you have one.
No tray = no filter.
Very easy to do this.
Posted on Oct 16, 2008
clogged injectors you need to put cleaner in the fuel to help get dirt and grit out of them some times (every 3 months).
I am assuming you are saying it will turn over but not fire and run when cold?
Posted on Mar 21, 2009
I have an 06 corrolla. Open the glove box, empty it out, and on both sides you will find philips head screws holding the supports. Once removed the glove box will tip forward and expose the cover of the cabin air filter. Carefully remove the cover and pull out the filter.(note the directional arrows of the filter as you remove it) Installation is a reversal of the above.
Posted on May 21, 2009
well you could try to get a vacuum gauge and see if your car reads what it supposed to and if you buy one it could tell you what it could be.
Posted on May 21, 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
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