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94 corolla has a hick-up

When I'm running between 45 and 60 miles per hour and let off the gas the car has a hick-up in it. If I slowly let off gas it runs fine. The hick-up fells like when you pull a trailer behing a truck and let off the gas. It's had a new timming belt, plugs, wires, button and cap put on it. Also had the transmision looked at no problem there. I was told that if it was a fuel problem it would act up when I give it gas not when I let off. I was told it might be the coil.

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  • ed78 Jul 20, 2008

    I have a '96 Corolla, 132K miles, 1.8 L, 5 speed, that does the hiccup about the way you described it. It has a new distributor (aftermarket), fuel pump, fuel filter, and plugs & wires. I can't cause the hiccup intentionally, but it'll occur when it wants to: 2200-3000 rpm, mild or moderate pull--never hard pull, warm or hot day, full engine operating temp, any gear, has done it on the cruise control as well as without, city or highway.



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