Question about 1998 Toyota Avalon
This car starts fine when first started cold start. After warm up and shut down will not start until sitting for 5 or more minutes. This can go on all day long as you wait between starts for 5 minutes or more. The battery is turning the engine over fine but will not start until after the wait. Please advise. Thanks,
I had a reliant that did the same thing I put in a manual choke control cable and used it for another year before I got rid of it for a newer car, hope this helps
Posted on Oct 24, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
two first things to check fuel and spark ...fuel make sure your fuel pump is working its messy but the easiest way is to pull the fuel line "only one connection" and turn key to on then press gas pedal and gas should pump out if not fuel pump is bad... if thats not it you want to check for spark easiest way is to pull one of the spark plug wires and stick a screwdriver in the end then hold the screwdriver to where the metal shank is approx. 1/4" away from any metal surface ... hold the screwdriver without touching the metal shank!!! have someone crank the engine you should see a spark intermittently between the screwdriver and the metal youre holding it close to.. if thats ok the only other thing i can suggest is get a battery with more cca "cold cranking amps"..hope this helps..OH YA ON A SAFER NOTE!!!...DONT LOOK FOR SPARK WITH THE ENGINE WET WITH FUEL..
Posted on Sep 19, 2008
SOURCE: 1996 Camry 100 km stalling
You have one of two very common problems.
Number one may be a stuck open EGR valve
Number two would be a failing Idle Air Control valve (IAC).
Try this: Open the hood & locate the EGR valve, close to the firewall, behind the intake. Find & take with you a small hammer. The next time that it happens, open the hood & tap on the EGR valve. If it is sticking "open" the tapping may dislodge the carbon particles that are keeping it open.When the EGR valve is open, exhaust is getting into the intake at idle, and this will def stall out the car.
There is no repair to the IAC valve, it would need to be replaced if it is bad.
One of these two scenarios will cure your problem, I see it every day.
Posted on Oct 07, 2008
Your problem is a faulty starter solenoid relay.
It is staying in the POWER ON position.
The relay is located under the hood near the power distribution panel (fusebox) i believe.
Consult your owners manual or Repair manual for exact location.
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Posted on Jan 30, 2009
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Posted on May 18, 2009
the computer system that runs the car itself has a Vehicle Theft Deterrent Module build into the OBD II operating system that runs the ignition timing everything. It does make it neearly impossible to steal the car, only one draw back the Dealer is the only place you can get it serviced.
Posted on Jan 17, 2010
Tips for a great answer:
a hot start issue.
be related to low fuel pressure or problem with crank sensor.
it can be weak battery or starter.
possibilities are to be inspected to confirm what exactly it is.------
troubleshoot and confirm the issue,i suggest you refer few solved help links
with similar types of problem like yours:------
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