Question about 2005 Toyota Corolla
I would say that the problem is caused by whatever the engine code is stored in the computer. Auto Zone or Advanced Auto will get the codes from your computer, at no charge. Then you can use that information to determine what is causing your problem. It sounds as if you might have a bad throttle postion sensor, or a clogged fuel filter, but without getting the code/s, I can't really say anything for sure, it would only be an educated guess, and these parts are too expensive to just try to throw parts at it.
Posted on May 27, 2010
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