Question about 1999 Toyota Corolla
Check the spark plugs wire , could possibly have a cut, to do so, start the engine and remove one wire from the spark plug wearing a rubber glove, and direct the end of it to a metal part and keep and eye on the sparks are they continuous or random, then put it back,do that to each wire one by one, if u notice a sparking cut in one of them so u might wana change them. "before doing all that make sure they are plugged in correctly and tightly from both side, spark plug side and distributor."
Posted on Oct 01, 2008
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