Question about 2007 Toyota Corolla
Corolla d4d 2007 shows runtime error when plugged into diagnostic launch unit. starts and idles but wont rev up past 1500rpm
If this is a "fly by wire" throttle, the throttle plate may be dirty and not closing all the way at idle. This can cause a conflict in the computer between the TPS reading, and another sensor. Usually, this will cause the engine to shut down, but weird stuff can happen. Not really familiar with run time error. Ask a dealer service tech what usually sets this code.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Quick explanation of your fuel system:
An automotive fuel system consists of everything between the fuel tank and the carburetor or fuel injection unit. This includes the tank itself, all the lines, one or more fuel filters, a fuel pump (mechanical, electric, or both), and the carburetor or fuel injection unit.
With the exception of the carburetor or fuel injection unit, the fuel system is quite simple in operation. Fuel is drawn or pumped from the tank through the fuel line by the fuel pump, which forces it through the fuel filter, and from there to the carburetor/injection unit where it is distributed to the cylinders.
So with that info...try first to clean your spark plugs.
Next, replace your fuel filter.
After that, depending on a carburetor/fuel injection, try an additive that cleans the injectors. For the carburetor, try a half of can of what is called "Seafoam". It comes in a metal can available everywhere, including Walmart. It is worth the $6-8 and also will "dry" out your fuel from water. Very good product.
After that, get back to us and let us know how your Toyota is running.
Posted on Oct 12, 2009
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Sounds like it is time to change the timing chain. At least pull the cover and have a close look.
Also check the plug wires to be sure there is no short in any of them. Please - take down the vin number and call the local dealer to see if there is a recall.
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Posted on Jun 23, 2011
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