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Corolla 2005 - Fuel Injector Sensor

I am getting enginer sign continuously. Toyota dealer said that you have to replace Fuel Injector Sensor which will cost you around $800.00 parts and laour.

Can I do myself and where can I find the parts. Is it easy to do or we need to take the dealer or any other workshop

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I will do that and let you know. Much appreciated your help

Posted on May 28, 2008

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Yuo need to ask for the code, or the name of the sensor in order to answer your question because there is many sensors in the fuel injection system

Posted on May 28, 2008

  • fernando arevalo May 28, 2008

    go to autozone and they will pull codes for free and then send me a message with the code number and engine size for your car,

    and i wil be hable to try to help you from there

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