Question about 2003 Toyota Corolla
I have p420, P440 and P446 codes. I reset code via OBD and comes back in 120 miles. I already replaced GasCap
Posted by Anonymous on
Replace the o2 sensor and clean or break the converter, it will be ok.
Posted on Oct 07, 2014
You need a Catalytic converter and possibly a Evap. cannister
Posted on Oct 05, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It is under the dashboard, driver side. White, oblong female connector. One row of pins not as long as the other.
Posted on Sep 17, 2008
p0440 code means that the evap system has a leak. This could be caused by a bad or improperly installed gas cap. Either that or the purge solenoid has failed or the canister is plugged and not working properly.
Posted on Nov 15, 2008
SOURCE: 2001 toyota corolla check engine
Mass Air Flow sensor! Just remove your air filter cover. Go to Auto Zone and purchase some solvent. Spray past the air filter and it should correct the problem. If not, replace the Mass air-flow sensor. This is commonly mistaken for an oxygen sensor. Mine did this and I followed these steps and it fixed the light. BTW, the light stayed on for 5 years before I fixed it. Never hurt anything. It's normally something to do with emissions. Dummy lights. :)
Posted on Mar 30, 2009
This is almost always caused by a failing mass air flow sensor. If you had it replaced with aftermarket you may want to replace with oem to avoild problems. Thanks P0171 Fuel System Too Lean (Bank 1)Possible Causes Setting Conditions Base engine "mechanical" fault affecting one or more cylinders Check for air leaks after the MAF sensor Check for air leaks in the Air Induction system (e.g., in the intake manifold) Check for air leaks in the exhaust manifold and in the exhaust pipes Exhaust leaks located in front of the AFS or HO2S location Fuel control sensor is out of calibration (e.g., ECT, IAT or MAP) Fuel delivery system supplying too little fuel during cruise or idle periods (e.g., faulty fuel pump or dirty, restricted fuel filter) Fuel injector (one or more) dirty or pressure regulator has failed HO2S has failed (it may be contaminated with fuel, silicone or water) Vehicle driven low on fuel or until it ran out of fuel
Posted on Jun 08, 2009
The p0125 code is an oxygen sensor code, the description will say something like" insufficient coolant temp for closed loop operation" the problem is not the coolant temp sensor, the problem is that the signal from the O2 sensor is not within the parameters that the computer needs to go into a closed loop condition, more than likely replacing the O2 sensor will take care of the problem but only if there is not another problem with the engine such as a misfire, vacuum leak or a mechanical problem, from what you've said this doesn't seem to be the case, so before spending a lot of time diagnosing replace the sensor.
Posted on Jun 17, 2009
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