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Engine Stalls My 2006 Corolla has hesitated to take off after a complete stop. It acts as if the engine tries to shut off but it don't, it just does this at times and it seems as if it is doing it more often now. It has 44, 000 miles and had been serviced every 3,000 miles. It gives great gas milage and excellent responce on the road. best regards George

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Something to do with a vaccuum valve on the aircon. Probably doesnt happen when the aircons off.

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Have you had the fuel filter changed when it has been serviced? Worth getting it replaced and possibly trying some injector cleaner.

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