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Toyotacorolla 2007

The electronic fuel injection system in your 2007 Toyota Corolla is an extremely technologically advanced, computer controlled, engine fueling system that consists of hundreds of parts, sensors, solenoids, relays and electrical circuits. It also consists of a computer-controlled pump as well as high-pressure lines and fittings that deliver the fuel from the fuel tank to the injectors. The computer system that controlls your fuel injection system has nearly 100,000 times the computing ability of the computers that were on the Apollo space craft that put put man on the moon.
To say something as simple as "fuel injection problem" and expect a viable "solution" for your problem is like saying "water problem" at Niagra Falls and expecting somebody to fix it for you.

What kind of "fuel injection" problem? Have you tried interfacing with the computer that controls your fuel injection system? If so, what did it tell you? If not, that would be a real good place to start.

May 03, 2012 | 2007 Toyota Corolla

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2006 nissan sentra timing chain does it need changing at a certain time or mileage. thanks

Thanks for choosing FixYa and welcome to the sight.A timing chain can last 100,000 miles or more. Some can last the life of the vehicle. Here is the thing though. If it breaks, you are not going nowhere and it can cause engine damage. If you have the money and time, plus it is over 100,000, go ahead and have it done. If not, it should be fine through 125,000 miles. Some last forever and some can break before 100,000. You really just never know. The call is yours. Thanks for choosing FixYa. If you need anything else, just let me know.

Jul 10, 2011 | 2006 Nissan Sentra

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Do you know the part number for the O/D shift solinoid for 01 sephia our local dealers are real good and dont know there are three to choose from they say but dont know which one is for o/d

CALL the KIA customer service number (you can look it up online). For example, FORD has an awesoome cust service line where the operator sought out and found a man at a different dealer who had more expertise in transmissions on a 1992 a4ld transmissionissue I had while I was on the phone - where the first dealer said "those parts are obsolete and I have no access to them, the csr hooked me right up in a matter of minutes to another dealer who had a man who found the information I needed.

What will be needed is DETAILS, be prepared for specific questions and you should get right to the bottom of it all..

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Jan 05, 2011 | Kia Sephia Cars & Trucks

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My Glante is going on 100,000 miles and the service engine soon light came on. Is this car going to start breaking down or is it solid? The car is an 2004.

100,000 miles is an expected lifetime for an engine and car. there is nothing odd about an engine needing some attention at that mileage, remarkable that no problem occurred before that mileage. take it to a shop which has a real analyzer or take it to a dealer and have them tell you what needs attention. the longer you put it off the more expensive it will be. be prepared for a new catalytic converter and exhaust system at a minimum.

Dec 23, 2010 | Mitsubishi Galant Cars & Trucks

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I have a 2000 Honda Accord- just hit 100,000. I know I should change the timing belt but I don't drive real far and can't afford it. What other things really MUST be done at 100,000?


Nov 19, 2010 | 2000 Honda Accord

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When does starter usually go bad on 96 olds aurora?mileage?

ive seen them go from 50k to 110k you never know an actual its internal

Sep 02, 2009 | 1996 Oldsmobile Aurora

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Should it be that expensive $600.00-$900.00 for the 100,000 miles maintence for my 2004 Saturn Vue

I work at a dodge chrysler jeep dealer, so I honestly don't know that you have a honda engine inside of a saturn vehicle, but I do know that dealerships are expensive. The belt itself isn't that expensive, but the labor is. A dealership would empty an ordinary person's bank account if they bough all the reccommended services. Transmission services or flushes would be helpful if you havent had one in a while, the timing belt is definitely needed, because if it breaks from old age, you could possibly damage your engine. I'm sure you keep your oil changed already. Spark plugs would be beneficial, maybe plug wires if you have them for your model. Maybe a regular fan belt and belt tensioner too, if you havent had that replaced yet. If He's offering the labor and parts all for 600, I would possibly consider that offer

Apr 27, 2009 | 2004 Saturn VUE

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