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Thanks for posting
have you had a chance to check for any diagnostic codes, do you happen to have a code reader or can you rent or borrow one? If there are any codes in the computer it would help a lot.
It may be a crank angle sensor or something else that's shutting the injectors off.
A little history may also be of some help, how did this come about? Was there any loss of power, misfire before this happened?
Thanks for the reply
A common problem on these engines are the ignition coils, one on each spark plug but I don't want to just guess at this and waste your time and money, anyway you can rent a reader and then get back to me with some code information?
Have you remove dhte spark plugs to have a look at them? there may be a clue there.
Not a fuel problem then, see what you can do about getting some code information and let me know.
My motto is: always check for computer codes first,
You probably need an interface of some sort to plug into the diagnostic port, it may be more convenient to just get another basic code reader, you'll most likely need it again sometime.
I can imagine that. see what you can do.
I was referring to the Corolla.