Question about 2003 Toyota Corolla
Please do the following:
- Check the fuel pump pressure. (41 - 49 PSI). If not this much, replace the fuel pump.
- Take out the key from ignition cylinder.
- Remove the Negative battery terminal.
-- Remove the Mass Air Flow sensor (MAF) from the top side of air filter box.
- Spray a dry type contact cleaner into the barrel of MAF sensor, the one which has two tiny filaments into it, and let it dry.
- Fix the MAF sensor back to its place.
- Reconnect the Negative battery terminal, and perform the relearn procedure.
If problem persists, contact a qualified personnel.
Posted on May 29, 2014
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