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05 Corolla & Matrix 1ZZ-FE Engine No Start Condition

July 9th, 2010 · No Comments

Some 2005 model year Corolla and Matrix vehicles equipped with a 1ZZ–FE engine may exhibit an intermittent “no start” condition. Improvements have been made to the Engine Control Module (ECM) (SAE term: Powertrain Control Module/PCM) manufacturing process to reduce the possibility of this condition occurring. Please use the following procedure to repair the vehicle.
Inspection Procedure
If the vehicle is currently exhibiting a “no start” condition: – Refer to the Technical Information System (TIS), 2005 model year Corolla Repair Manual: Diagnostics/SFI System (1ZZ–FE)/Basic Inspection for the diagnostic procedure for Corolla. – Refer to TIS, 2005 model year Matrix Repair Manual: Diagnostics/SFI System (1ZZ–FE (FF))/Basic Inspection for the diagnostic procedure for Matrix. NOTE: When the “no start” condition is related to the ECM (PCM) issue, there will be no spark or injector pulse during cranking. Also, the Diagnostic Tester may fail to initialize with the Engine ECM (PCM). – If the vehicle exhibits the above conditions, replace the ECM (PCM).
Repair Procedure
1. Replace ECM (PCM). Refer to TIS, 2005 model year Corolla or Matrix Repair Manual: Engine Control System: ECM (1ZZ–FE/2ZZ–GE): Replacement. 2. Register the VIN into the replacement ECM (PCM). Refer to TIS, 2005 model year Corolla or Matrix Repair Manual: Diagnostics: SFI System (1ZZ–FE/2ZZ–GE): Registration. NOTE: Confirm battery state–of–charge prior to immobilizer registration using the SST Midtronics Battery Tester (P/N 00002–MP815–T). 3. Register ECM (PCM), Communication ID Registration and Master/Sub Key registration. Refer to TIS, 2005 model year Corolla or Matrix Repair Manual: Theft Deterrent & Door Lock: Engine Immobilizer System: Registration.

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