The Toyota Corolla debuted as a subcompact vehicle in 1966 and shifted into the compact class in 1988. Despite an evolving safety rating over the years, the Corolla became the best selling vehicle internationally in 1997 and continued to outsell all other vehicles of any class through 2008. Sometimes, you may need to repair the fuel delivery system in your Corolla. Investigate the Corolla fuel delivery system if the engine won’t start, if it runs rough or stalls in traffic.
This process does not require tools.
Check Fuel Delivery
Relieve system pressure by first disconnecting the negative battery cable and disengaging the fuse for the fuel pump. Disconnect the fuel lines slowly and drain any excess fuel into an approved container.