Hello Scotty I drive and own a 2003 Toyota Corolla with 158,000 miles on her I have all the…

Kyleb2018

Hello Scotty I drive and own a 2003 Toyota Corolla with 158,000 miles on her I have all the maintenance done to the car including replacing the idle air control valve and the gasket, new PCV valve I also cleaned the throttle body and changed the throttle body gasket and the valve cover gasket. I also put in new spark plugs and ignition coils changed out the serpentine belt and fuel injectors as well and I have also just installed a new battery. My question is in the morning time when I go to start it cold it will turn right over with no problems. I go to drive the car for like 15 20 minutes runs completely fine cant even tell it has 158,000 miles on it than I go to my destination turn off the car and let it sit for like 15 to 30 mins and when I got back to the car to start it sometimes it will turn right over for me and sometimes it will crank over and start real sluggish like its not getting enough fuel. I keep thinking its the fuel pump or clogged fuel pump filter but I was told that u never have to changed the fuel pump filters on theses corollas.

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Techsus
Techsus

Kyleb2018, have you performed the following?: 1/ Fuel Pump pressure test? Watch this Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JoWZz1ckRGw How to Tell if the Fuel Pump is Bad in Your Car 2/ Did you go to AutoZone, ask them to perform Load Test on Battery & esp. your Alternator? They'll run these tests "for free." P.S. Don't assume a battery is 100% just because it's new. What date is stamped on your new battery?