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2004 toyota corolla died in road turns over but wont start . Has gas and oil. Has been running ruff for a few weeks. Noticed on excelleration not the same giddy up...

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I agree I would definitely look at the fuel pump first and if it is not that then I would divert my attention to the ignition system....the car being the 1zz-fe there is no distributor or anything but you can get the car checked by OBD-II diagnostic tool....Auto Zone carries it will test it for you if you can get the car up there.....!!!

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I would start by checking fuel pump

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