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2007 Toyotta Corrolla wouldn't go over 2000rpm then wont start.

While driving my 2007 Toyota Corolla, the car would not go over 2000rpm with the oil and battery light turning on. I went to the side of the road and the car will not start after that happened. I also have been having a problem with the evap system for awhile that may contribute with this problem. I replaced the fuel pump and charcoal canister and having the mechanic check the evap system showed no leaks but I can small fuel when I start my vehicle.

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Sounds like limp mode preventing the start. make sure the the throttle valve is not stuck spray carb spray in and move it with fingers.then check all ground wires and battery cables to eliminate that. unplug the battery then unplug and reconnect the sensors to make sure they are all the way on that should recalibrate them and spray the tip of the air intake sensor and put back make sure clamps are on and tight so airbnot getting in

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  • Shane Burke Jan 14, 2022

    sounds like limp mode preventing the start. make sure the the throttle valve is not stuck spray carb spray in and move it with fingers.then check all ground wires and battery cables to eliminate that. unplug the battery then unplug and reconnect the sensors to make sure they are all the way on that should recalibrate them and spray the tip of the air intake sensor and put back make sure clamps are on and tight so airbnot getting in

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