My car will crank but won't start. At first we thought it was the battery, so we bought a new battery placed it in and made sure everything was tightened. Went to turn it on, nothing. So, checked the starter and took that in for a test just to find out there's nothing wrong with it. Thought it could possibly be the fuel pump and so we bought a new one and turns out it works just fine. Not sure what else it could be.
My car has an automatic transmission.
In most cases, when an engine won’t start but the starter engages and cranks the engine over, it’s due to a fuel delivery or ignition system malfunction. There are more than a dozen individual components that could cause this issue, ranging from a faulty mass air flow sensor to a crankshaft position sensor. You might want to have a mobile mechanic come to your location and complete a car is hard to start inspection; so they can determine what is causing your Toyota to experience this issue and they can recommend the right repairs be completed.
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