Question about 2002 Toyota Corolla
Based on what you are saying I would suggest that you have a defective in tank electric fuel pump, it is my suggestion that you have the engine hooked up to a fuel pressure gage to check the problem, the fuel pressure test port is on the top of the engine in the pipe that supplies fuel to the engine, the pressure should rise to at least 50 PSI as soon as the key is turned on, if not the pump is defective and will need to be changed, it is important the test be run before changing the pump as the fuel pump[ is fairly expensive, I also recommend that you have the car hooked up to a system scanner and checked for fault codes in the electronic fuel injection system.
Posted on Nov 11, 2010
Hi, if the engine doesn't crank at once, then you have ignition, fuel, computer, mechanical (valves, etc.), or other complications to contend with. Go to Autozone or other business that offers a free scan of your computer and write down all of the codes it finds, which are clues to what part is probably bad. Plugged fuel filter or worn-out fuel pump are likely candidates.
Posted on Nov 10, 2010
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