Question about 2003 Toyota Corolla
YOU MAY WANNA HOOK THE SCANNER BACK UP. TO GET A CODE AND FIND OUT EXCATLY THE CODE COMMING UP. THERES A FUEL REGUALTOR THAT WILL CAUSE IT TO CONSUME EXCESSIVE FUEL, THE POSSIBILTY OF MEST UP INJECTORS BUT THOSE CAR ARE PRETTY GOOD FOR THE MOST PART. BUT YOU ARE GONNA NEED A CODE TO GET AN IDEA OF WHATS GOING ON. AND AVOID PAYING MONEY OR NO REASON JUST GUESSING. THIS ONE IS KINDA A LITTLE MORE DETAIL CAUSE THERE ALOT INVOLVING WITH FUEL REGUALTOR, YOU HAVE FUEL REGUALTOR, INJECTORS, TIMING, SENSORS, " OXYGEN "THAT CONTROL ALL THISA AND THROWS OFF YOUR EMISSION. LET ME KNOW !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Posted on Aug 02, 2010
Testimonial: "No, I did not put any additives in the fuel, I will take it to garage and put the computer back on and get the codes"
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