The vehicle would not restart. Pushing any buttons turns off the radio. Diagnostic code p2716 for this model year gets 40,000 hits on google and yet there is no recall on this defective part. I check online and find out that people fixed this problem by actually driving the car, like 15 minutes on the highway and 10 minutes around town so the engine learns not to shut off when it's idle. Thank you for updating us. I then noticed smoke coming from under the hood. I managed to drive it to the dealership and learned that I needed a new alternator.
I decided to ask about this because it did so twice last night on my short drive home. The current and failure mileages were approximately 26,000. Have you tried over at toyotanation? Any button pushed power, pause, radio etc. I'll search again and swing by a dealership. To turn it off you have to hold the mode button down for a few seconds, and it makes an audible beep shut off.
The only thing they tell me is the next time it goes out bring it in; problem is it quits 1-4 times a day but only last a couple of minutes. The only difference I can tell is that the faster I go, the more consistent the rattling gets. Yes, the radios have problems which is why there was at least a 3 month backlog at one point. I do not know if this affects the braking due to stopping the car. There is usually a lump or narrow spot in a wire where the link is.
Got to the point of grinding badly. I've been having issues with the radio. They are not as quite as they used to be. Summary: Tt: customers complain of various bluetooth connectivity concerns after upgrading to ios 8. Cleaning at a car wash could pull off the front end. Latest problem: the vehicles engine shut down while driving 30 mph.
The vehicle was towed to an authorized dealership where the computer was replaced. Turn car off, returns to normal. The only way to tell for sure is to put the car up on a lift in order to examine the exhaust system while the engine is running. It fixed it self after about 15 miles of driving. I find it ridiculous that every review I've read mentions that this car has this problem with the ecm, but that nothing has been done about it yet.
The manual transmission model gets the same fuel economy as the automatic. The police and fire department were contacted and a report was filed. Your 2010 Toyota Corolla radio truly delivers on sound and is not comparable to anything else that you have experienced. I took it in to the dealer, but it eventually cleared up on its own. I did search once but I guess used the wrong terms, I'll look again more thorougly.
Summary: Summary to be provided on a future date. I will test to see if it in fact is the tail pipe. Is there a quick fix for this or am I going to have to sell my right arm just to fix it? He replaced his previous Gen 2 Taco with a newer model, and we all assumed he knew what all the buttons did. Interior fit and finish isn't quite as good though. Started as small spots and is getting bigger and bigger. Can you turn it off via the steering wheel though? We went through all these problems he was having with the radio before finally realizing he'd never had steering wheel controls on the previous Taco.
Tried to restart the vehicle and everything comes on as if it was going to start up meaning: the problem is not battery , but would not crank over, no noise, nothing. While driving 70 mph up a slight hill, the vehicle shut off. I thought it may have been a belt problem, but even after a belt was replaced, it continued, mostly on very hot or very cold days. I broke mine by putting a pillow in an empty trunk. This morning on my way to work, it only rattled a few times in my 25 minute drive, but then again I was under 45 most of the time. Perhaps that puts a bit of load on the engine, causing it to run slightly differently and that happens to resonate with some piece of sheetmetal somewhere.
Get a stethoscope and probe around. Mine's just a base truck so no steering wheel controls either. The screen would freeze up. Apparently wires rubbing in steering column could shred and short out. I switch back to my old battery, same problem now. The door sill piece is the worst, I don't even bother with it now.
Only reason why I took it there is so they could lift the car and look under it. I have tried many different cables and devices, so the problem is the car. It usually shuts off within a mile or 2 of starting and stays off for 2 or 3 minutes then comes back on. I have a 2011 Corolla S with about 15,000 miles on it, and recently the radio has been shutting off. This problem is intermittent at best.