Hello I have a 1989 corolla sr5 309,000 miles. I will start at the beginning of the problems. Was about to drive to MI from TN, was on the interstate for thirty minutes and the car started overheating. I let it cool and added a little water I had to it. On the drive back home the temp was still higher than normal around 75-85% of gauge but was not overheating. Parked the car for two hours decided I needed a new thermostat and a coolant flush because of how rusty the coolant was. Drove the car 20 minutes to auto store, car was operating normally, not running hot was at normal temp. Flushed the coolant system and replaced thermostat later that evening, started the car everything was fine temperature was normal, car ran for approx. 10-15 minutes windows starting fogging up because of the humid weather so I turned ac on and within 10-15 seconds the car idled down and stalled. Then the car would not start back up. Turned ac off still not starting. It is getting fuel, no spark though. Please help
have the same problem?
Saturday, June 16th, 2012 AT 9:51 PM