Question about Toyota Corolla
Check for broken timing belt or chain
check for problem crank/cam position sensors
run the fault codes
Posted on Dec 17, 2016
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You may have a bad pick up coil in the distributor or a bad distributor. What also to look at is the throttle position sensor. That may have a dead spot it.
Posted on Aug 12, 2009
check to see if the timing belt is still moving the cams. you should be able to remove a couple of bolts on the top of the timing cover and pull the cover back far enough to see the belt.
You can also look in the oil fill cap, you may be able to see the cam.
you can also remove the distributor cap to see if the rotor is turning.
If the belt is fine than check for spark and fuel pressure.
My bet is the timing belt. Especially if the engine sounds like it is turning over faster than normal.
Posted on Feb 03, 2012
All the ignition sensors are located inside the distributor and is generally better to replace the entire distributor than individual parts inside it.
Posted on Sep 12, 2012
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