2006 corolla flooded

Asked by Sep 19, 2017 at 08:09 PM about the 2006 Toyota Corolla

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My 06 corolla was flooded because of Harvey water got
about an inch above the frount tires  battery shorted out
got new one all gauges turn on and it spins over just
won't fire

3 Answers

You may have wiring issues or the ignition coils may be full of water. Take a look at their connectors. and spray with WD40 also make sure your plug wire holes are clean and dry. Blow out with compressed air. Good luck!

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the car is now scrap metal , the only good parts is the glass

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Yep better sell it for scrap, once water gets into the electronics and wiring it's not long before it starts developing additional problems due to corrosion developing inside the wiring and other electronic componets.

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