Question about 2006 Toyota Corolla
Posted by Anonymous on
There are too many possible faults to list all the possibilities here. take the vehicle to the Local Auto Parts store and ask them to use their scanner to read the fault codes that are stored. That will tell you for sure. If it's a simple O2 Sensor you can pick the part up and special tool to replace it there are the store. You can also pick up the Haynes repair manual on your vehicle while your there to do any other repair that may be needed.
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