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Carolla ascent sport take off power / Revs drop


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Hi all my first post, I have just bought a Carolla ascent sport 2014. 115000km , 6 speed manual. I have a driving school

and have noticed that at take off the revs drop off almost stalling. I am no stranger to manual as I teach manual in my driving school.

even on level road if i let clutch out slowly car shudders and i have to really keep revs up over 1.5, idle is just on 1. Once i get going its great after second there is instant power

and drives exceptionally well. checked one spark plug ngk platinum ? seems Ok?

any ideas how i can improve take off. 

Thanks

Ken

 

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12 minutes ago, kensteyn said:

by the way do you know if i have to put the rubber sleeve over the top of the plug?

Short answer is that I do not know.

However I suspect that the rubber sleeve is to keep dirt and oil out of the spark plug opening.

Best to put them onto the new spark plugs.

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19 hours ago, kensteyn said:

Hi Kroeger, was hoping to avoid a massive cost at the moment. I will try the other suggestions. thanks

Sometimes it is unavoidable. But keep doing all you can before you take it to a professional. Cheers 

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6 hours ago, kensteyn said:

thanks Ashley will definitely change plugs, by the way do you know if i have to put the rubber sleeve over the top of the plug?

see foto

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Not seen these before. Are they present on each plug? Perhaps contact these guys to get some information on the ignition system https://au.toyotaownersclub.com/profile/45808-swan-ignition-coils/

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that makes sense. the rubber was in there when i took coil out. the spark plug socket got stuck in the tube around the rubber which i pushed down. i had to put some wd40 and twisted and pulled for about 5 min before i could actually get the socket out. so it been in there from whenever, i have only had car  for week now. Thanks Mark

i will assume it does not belong there. Could not find a name, but person from swan ignition coils has been great with advice and info

https://au.toyotaownersclub.com/profile/45808-swan-ignition-coils/

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1 hour ago, kensteyn said:

that makes sense. the rubber was in there when i took coil out. the spark plug socket got stuck in the tube around the rubber which i pushed down. i had to put some wd40 and twisted and pulled for about 5 min before i could actually get the socket out. so it been in there from whenever, i have only had car  for week now. Thanks Mark

i will assume it does not belong there. Could not find a name, but person from swan ignition coils has been great with advice and info

https://au.toyotaownersclub.com/profile/45808-swan-ignition-coils/

If its part of the socket, it definitely doesn't belong on the plug when you replace them. 

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