- February 14, 2016 at 12:19 am #11165
My Toyota Corolla is running bad but not all the time. When I start it cold, engine runs great. When it warms up, there is a bad hesitation when i hit the gas. It goes away after a while of driving on the highway, but them comes back after driving around town. If my Toyota Corolla sits for like 10 minutes and try to start again, it is had to start. Just keeps cranking and cranking. Tested the ignition coils and replaced the spark plugs. going to change out the fuel filter next. Any other ideas of what the problem on my Toyota is anyone. HELP. Have read on other auto forums is could be the modulator. Does that sound like it is my problem. If it is I can buy it and replace it myself.
- February 22, 2016 at 9:26 pm #11184
Changing the fuel filter would be a good idea, but does not sound like your problem. The ignition module does sound like the problem on your Toyota. We would need to know what year and engine size in your Corolla to give you an idea of how to replace it. Different years and engine sizes are in different locations.
- April 29, 2016 at 11:57 am #13853
I had a similar problem with my Toyota. It was a problem with the ignition. The mechanic repaired my car in about a few hours and did not cost much in labor. My Toyota runs and starts great now.
- February 14, 2016 at 12:19 am #10961
Just replaced Gasket Cover. Started up drove 5 miles and car died; went over everything again? Need help something is obviously not right.
- February 21, 2016 at 11:12 am #11159
Just replaced Gasket Cover. Started up drove 5 miles and car died; went over everything again? Need help something is obviously not right. Obviously I did (or my son did) step by step; yes I asked too; everything. So what would be the most common thing….it started fine after replacing gasket cover, drove 5 miles and just died??? It’s not ‘firing’, not the starter something with the connections?
RE: I’d recommend going over everything again and checking connections, etc. Without seeing what you did, this kind of problem is hard to fix over the internet. Good Luck!
- February 21, 2016 at 11:14 am #11161
po171 shows this code what the problem? where to start to correct the problem thanks.
RE: P0171 is a trouble code for a lean condition, meaning the engine is getting more air than fuel which leans the mixture too much for the computer to adjust to. Usually a code like this is due to a vacuum leak somewhere. Check vacuum lines, air filter housing and tubing, brake booster hose, intake manifold, valve cover, PCV system, etc. Anywhere that air may be getting sucked into the intake system. Once you find the problem and correct it, the problem will be fixed and the code will clear.
- February 19, 2017 at 7:56 pm #15053
2001 lexus es300 shifts late first to second, code p0330
- February 24, 2017 at 10:54 pm #15078
Code P0330 on your Lexus is a knock sensor circuit problem. Most likely a bad sensor, although have seen wire harness problems for knock sensors. A knock sensor coed will cause your shifting problems so get that fixed, clear the code, drive it to make sure the transmission is shifting good now.
- September 28, 2017 at 9:57 am #16114
My Toyota camry 2015 with 40,000miles.
Check engine light P219D obd11 code won’t go away. I have cleaned the fuel filter, fuel injectors, changed spark plugs, checked the catalyst converter. Still the code keeps coming on after clearing it. Please help.