toyota corrolla s2013 low power on take off

Asked by Jun 19, 2015 at 04:59 PM about the 2013 Toyota Corolla S

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

has to push the pedal to the foor to git it to move

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Check air filter and also clean throttle body with throttle body cleaner spray and change fuel filter if have not done so in a while. Check also for vacuum leaks and add a bottle of fuel injector cleaner to gas tank.

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Have an OBDII scan done. CEL on or not. Sometimes codes get thrown that don't light the CEL. And don't delay, if your fuel/air mix is not right you will damage your catalytic convertor in a short time

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2 possible main faults. Either from the engine or the transmission. Ok, as u rev the accelerator, check the RPM meter, does it rev up like it normally would? If it does, then it's the transmission problem.

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Identify the main fault first before proceed to the next step.

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