Question about 2012 Toyota Corolla L Sedan 1.8L 4-cyl. 5-speed Manual
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If it is equipped with a chipped key, make sure you're using the right key - with the chip. Make sure you are depressing the clutch right down to the floor with the shifter in neutral (sometimes mats can be a problem with this). On the console there should be a neutral safety switch by-bass access (check manual) - try it by inserting a small screw driver and attempting to start (in neutral & brakes) If above two fail with no signs of power to the engine, give the previous owner a call.
Posted on Aug 05, 2009
The Check Engine Light can come on for any number of reasons when the engine's computer detects an abnormal operating condition. Frequently, it is related to a malfunction in a sensor or sensor circuit, like a O2 sensor, temperature sensor, and so on, but it could also be due to a misfire, or an emissions control problem, or another reason. On cars from 1996 and later there is a standardized connector for a scan tool (OBD-2) to hook up to the computer and identify the error code. But for 1995 and earlier it is necessary to access the computer's data link terminal under the hood and perform a diagnostic procedure to read the error code. You can find detailed instructions on how to do this on your car at www.autozone.com, or in your car's repair manual.
Posted on Mar 29, 2010
Have the vehicle scanned for codes and do the repairs the codes reflect.
If there are no codes found then have a cylinder leakage test performed this way the techn. can determine if there are any vacuum leaks that are causing the miss.
If this turns out to be a-ok then the techn has to do a Injector balance test. might be an injector thats giving you a headache.
Posted on Apr 29, 2010
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