Q: Toyota corolla s 2007, does not go forward or accelerate.

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Saludo,el problema de mi corolla es el siguiente Lo enciendo y todo marcha bien pero llega un momento en el cual el carro falla las revoluciones suben y bajan, no acelera y se siente como si a votado la comprensión del motor porque emite un sonido raro por el moffle, pero si lo apago y lo enciendo el fallo desaparece y el determinado momento vuelve y lo toma y tengo q hacer los mismo apagarlo y encenderlo nuevamente para que el fallo desaparezca. Gracias espero que haiga entendido mi problema y espero de su mejor ayuda. Gracias.

(Translation) Greeting, the problem of my corolla is as follows I turn it on and everything is going well but there comes a time when the car fails. RPM's go up and down, there is no acceleration and feels as if the engine is emitting a strange sound from the muffler, but if I turn it off and I turn it back on the fault disappears and then returns. Thanks I hope you understood my problem. Thank you.

My car has 92000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

Buenos Dias: There are multiple issues that could be causing the problem in your 2007 Toyota Corolla. Usually the engine stumbling you’re referring to is caused by fuel injectors that have become clogged or dirty. This is known as a "bogging" condition and can only be solved by either cleaning the injector nozzles or replacing them with OEM replacement parts from Toyota.

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