Then after he finds out what is the engine light on for, then it's time to go pay the man to fix it. The light had not come on for many months. But he just wants to shut off the light. The mechanic opened the hood and snapped a hose down tighter and then cleared the code. I find this situation quite annoying. They told me to be there at 5 to pick it up. The evap code and the no start are signs they are too busy to care.
There is a slight jerk, loss of power, and the engine dies. I think we are beating this check engine light to death here. But we want to fix the lean mixture how is this done? Since it has continued intermittently even with a new gas cap, I can't help but wonder if the problem lies elsewhere. In the morning these day, I can smell petrol when I start the car and the smell fades away when I drive. It's very easy to do, although you may have to do more research on the details, but you would not need to replaced it most of the time.
While driving home, the check engine light came on again. If it is clogged it must be replaced, or you will continue to do damage to the engine. I expect better from Toyota… Check your gas cap to make sure it seals tight. One code may have influence on the other being set. How hard should I push for them to fix it and if they can't to pay for the service from another shop?? There is a slight jerk, loss of power, and the engine dies. If that doesn't work, you may need to change the fuel filter and possibly catylitic converter. After a dashboard warning light is triggered by the computer, it can often stay illuminated long after the corresponding engine problem has been fixed.
Ok, so maybe there was something glitchy or something left over after their service that tripped it. Without the code numbers, I have a hard time speculating. I also own a 2000 Corolla 215,000 miles My check engine light came on about a little more than your mileage and produced the same codes. The car seems to run better since replacing 4 coil on plug. And that's my :2cents: worth Scorpio7 Angelo :smokin: Angelo. My car now has a new problem of losing power at idle engine shakes hard and full acceleration, also the check engine light fades on and off as the car drives.
There are two of them, one in front of the car underneath it and the other is in the back underneath as well. The car has 136000 miles on it as of today. If the check-engine light is flashing, you should visit your mechanic or dealer as soon as possible. The rest cleaning or replacing even the air conditioner electric motor shows high draw must be replaced. Then they changed the sensor again and two weeks later, presto, light on again. I looked in my manual book for 2001 holden barina car to see what the.
Now, after I get a fill up I make sure the cap is tight. I checked the easy ones first. I'm not sure what to do now, I need my car to get to work and I don't have a lot of money to spend on it. Another one of their technicians took a look at it, opened the dust cover of the engine, and started ranting and raving. I went to go home. Dealer checked O2 sensor B1, A1 causing error code P0171, Dealer replaced O2 sensor. Two days later the battery died.
Finally got the car and came home. Is there anything else besides the gas tank cap or filler neck I can consider? I think we are beating this check engine light to death here. They then blamed the problem on the part being an after market part and ordered a sensor from Toyota. So I do speak with experience and confidence. The light will go out and stay off at least a year or 2. You just need to remove it from the engine which is located next to the airfilter. Does it mean if the battery is disconnected and reconnected, my remote entry key code will not work and has to be reset? This assures that it is sealed.
This will retrieve the code that has been set and tell you what part of the system is being effected. Most people understand that a free diagnosis is just a way to get you into the store to spend money. Nothing changed after it was connected but I decided to drive up to Quality Tune Up and express my feelings. Toyota Dealer said I ran out of gas and they just reset the light. I taken the vehicle to Auto Zone to do a code check on the vehicle. The manager that was previously there was not there, but, I spoke with another man there about the cable.
They also changed the tranny fluid, with my permission first. When I got home, I called them back and told them. I expect better from Toyota… Check your gas cap to make sure it seals tight. The cap is marked with instructions to make sure you hear a clicking sound when turning. The Front and back Oxygen Sensor should cost you around 110. They say there is nothing else they can do. I also had to show them the repairs for the vechicle.