Question about Toyota Corolla
Try adjusting the distributor cap, just slightly. It may be out of time. OR, you did not line up the marks on the new timing chain correctly. OR, you put the plug wires back on in the wrong place. Check the order of the plug wires. I can almost guarantee, it will be one of these 3 problems.
Posted on Mar 25, 2011
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