Question about 2008 Toyota Corolla
I have a 2008 toyota corolla. One fine day the check engine light came on. I took it to the dealer and he first replaced the airflow meter. Then again the light was on. Then he consulted the factory and then replaced the engine wiring. I got the car today and after driving it for 20 miles engine light is back on. IT is now consistently on. I have waranty but dealer also seems to have no idea on the reason. can any one help...
I think your right about the dealer, the code reader will tell the mechanic what is sending the fault, for him to change the air flow meter then the wiring is bizzare as these are 2 major seperate items and the codes would tell him that. My suggestion, take it to a local mechanic who has a code reader to tell you what the fault is, most mechanics won't charge to have a look. Toyotas are usually a pretty reliable car. Hope this helps, Good luck
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