Question about 2005 Toyota Corolla
Take it to the dealership ASAP. My car was having the same problem. The diagnosis? The computer (ECU) was failing. A faulty ECU is a common problem for 2005-2007 Corollas. There is an extended warranty to cover the cost of the repair, but it is only good for 80,000 or 96 months--whichever comes first.
Posted on Aug 09, 2010
First you must know what has set the check engine light. Then you must test the given sensor and the circuit that controls it and perform the proper repairs and then reset the computer with a scan tool. These scan tools can be bought for about $100, the plug for the scan tool should be just under the edge of the dash near the steering wheel.
Posted on Aug 03, 2010
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