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My Toyota corolla has been making a loud whirring sound on top of the normal engine sound, tends to go when it is warm. Oil light came on intermittently the other day and the sound changed but no oil

A new fan belt, oil filter and air pump have been put on the car after the oil light came on. Initially it drove ok for about 20 miles then it started making a deep engine noise with the oil light flickering on and off again. Managed to drive it to a garage and nothing diagnosed. Drove it back home ok with no problems except for the whirring noise on top of the engine sound again. Went to drive it today and the PS light now comes on when starting up the car then goes off when running but now the whirring sound has disappeared.

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My truck Hino dutro year 2005 is on check engine light, coputer say this fault, p2002 particulate trap efficiency below threshold (bank 1) now i dont know what is this fault Plz send me detail for this fault and solution.

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make sure u still have oil, they may have left ur oil drain bolt,filter,or filler cap loose

Posted on Nov 27, 2009

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SOURCE: 2001 Toyota Camry oil light on

Your check oil light correct? if oil level is full then you have a bad oil level sensor

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change your thermostat and engine mounts

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SOURCE: 2003 Toyota Corolla oil pressure light flickers

see if you have any oil level or pressure sensors. sometimes these can get gunked up. You may need a new oil pump. I suggest you start using a senthetic oil (valvoline,mobil 1 is reccomended) after u get the problem fixed.

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SOURCE: 2003 toyota corolla -had the problem with the code

It is very possible that the oil pump has failed. I would not drive the car. If the oil pressure really is low, then it will burn the motor up. The car needs to be put on the computer to see if the ECM is registering any oil pressure.

Posted on Jan 14, 2011

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