reply to flash25631
Re: low idle corolla 2006 and vibration when brake Hello,
Thank you for the answers. I have checked all the hoses and no leaks and changed the intake manifold gasket and everything is the same.
I have taken the decision of doing a live data of the vehicule with the diagnostic software on which is the original one from Toyota.
Here below find attached the images of when I feel that its going to turn off and when I stop I feel it more they drop down to 590-600. In those values that you see in the pictures the car is vibration, even though people say its normal it is not normal because the vibration is too strong and remember this vehicule does not have the iac valve everything is controlled with the ecu .
The corollas 2005-2008 dont have IAC.
Live data Corolla LE 2006.
Your engine idle speed is about 20 - 30 rpm below spec. I wouldn't call this a dealbreaker.
(Spec = 650 to 750 rpm)
I know you said that you cleaned the throttle body, but if this car came in for me, that is the first thing I would check.
Your long term fuel trim is at -20. This is a little unusual.
Do you have any accessories mounted on the vehicle, or have any parts been replaced with non-original parts?
What fuel do you use?
Where are you? (elevation, how far south, etc?)
The talented hawk speaks French.
Hi, thanks for helping, if and cleaned the throttle body and nothing more vece improved, including a new maf sensor. if I think the vibration is so because the rpm drop too including when I feel shake when accelerating the fall too, all beginning to change the battery, it tells me that -20 fuel trim long I have some doubts, and read in several places that the fuel ratio sensor car is a bit flawed, but what I'm wondering is because I get the check if you have problems or that I recommend because the fuel trim -20, my car is completely stock no modifications and its support all new .. it is because the -20 I think the problem there walks
I USE GASOLINE PREMIUM IN MI CITY THE NAME IS PREMIUM
and remember this value is with the car running normally with sofware obd2
I would not use premium grade fuel unless the owner's manual specifically calls for it. Engines designed to run on standard octane (regular) fuel can have many different operating problems when run on premium (higher octane) fuel.