Toyota. Helpme.

Tiny
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Ok, So like the great gal that I am I dont do the whole maintanance thing on my car.I think this time I really screwed up. My car is a 2003 Toyota Solara V6 with 72K milies or so. Its is an automatic.


I started the car and went down the street. Then it died. The check engine and oil light and battery light came on, but the radio stil worked, I had a full tank and no sputtering happenned and there had been no noises or signs of any car problems. So I waited and started it again it started and then died a couple miles later.

When I got home I checked the fuilds and the oil is a bit low, there was no coolant. And there was some corrosion on the battery.


Do I need to take it in to the mechanic or is it possible that I just need to fill the fluids.

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Sunday, May 13th, 2007 AT 3:36 PM

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Tiny
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Fill the fluids and take it in and have them check the fuel pressure to identify a failing fuel pump for a start

Your problem could also be in the ignition system

HTH Good Luck
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Sunday, May 13th, 2007 AT 7:41 PM
Tiny
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Torque seguence of cilinderheadbolts
Torque specifications of:
cilinderheadbolts;
connectingrodnuts;
mainbearingbolts;
damperpulleybolt and
flywheel/flexplatebolts.

Thanks so far.
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Tuesday, August 14th, 2007 AT 4:27 AM
Tiny
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[quote="cyril pinas"]Torque seguence of cilinderheadbolts: work from center out
Torque specifications of:
cilinderheadbolts; 84-97lbs
connectingrodnuts;35-54lbs
mainbearingbolts; no.1-3 91-108lbs no.4 76-94lbs
damperpulleybolt : 116-144lbs
flywheel/flexplatebolts:58-79

Hope this helps you-Good Luck
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Tuesday, August 14th, 2007 AT 4:51 AM

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