Question about 1992 Toyota Celica
With the amount of pressure that builds up in a cooling system, I wouldn't doubt that when the hose popped, it hit one of the sensor that maintain the idle of your car. It's rare but it could happen. Also, you might have had a connect get wet. Most of the plugs ins are water tight, but if by chance one was loose and water got in there it might have shorted out the sensor. just take it to a parts store or a mechanic and have them hook it up to there computer.
Posted on Aug 01, 2009
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