Can a 94 corolla 1.6L interchange with A 96 corlla 1.8L?
Not without changing an unreasonable amount of other parts.
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this is actually far a 1986 corolla with 1.6 lt engine and FWD 1.drain radiator,(open radiator plug), remove aircleaner unit and disconnect all vacuum hoses that go with it (remember where they came from). 2. remove the top radiator hose.(loosen the 4 water pump pulley bolts do not remove them j…ust yet as it is easier to do this with the belts still on) 3. loosen alternator and remove belt, loosen power stearing unit and remove belt also you will have to remove the bracket above the water pump that is the power stearing unit belt tensioning bracket. 4. prop up the right side of the engine on the oilpan lip (use soft wood)with a jack under it (oil pan lip is where the pan bolts onto the block from under neath). 5.remove the right hand engine mounting bolt and jack up the engine on the right side by approx 4 inches. 6.remove the 4 bolts that hold the water pump pulley and loosen the pulley off (you need do this to be able to remove the timing belt cover). 7 the timing belt cover on this model is split in half you only need to remove the rear half there are about 5 bolts you will need a 10mm socket for this.follow the timing belt cover and remove the necessary bolts. 8 remove the timing bbelt cover.. now you can see all the bolts for the water pump removal.. there should be 2x 10mm bolts and 1x12mm bolt behind the belt, and 3x10mm bolt and 2x12mm bolts around the rest of the pump. as you have already jacked the engine the pump should be easy to remove. ( Full Answer )
%DETAILS%. Answer . Hey DW==It is probably the idle speedd comtrol solonoid. Have it checked out.GoodluckJoe.
Remove the positive battery cable from your 1997 Toyota Corollabattery. Tighten the starter with the retaining bolts. Attach thecables to the front of the starter. Reattach the positive cable tothe battery.
Answer . The question you ask is too\ninvolved for a proper answer. \nYou need to go to a car \nparts store, and get a\nrepair manual for your car.\nThey cost about $16.00\nOr, go to a Public Library.\n. \n.
Answer . Get a manial on your car. It will keep you from making mistakes.
It seems to be directly under the intake manifold, which is closestto the firewall, if you from the drivers side fender you can seeabout half of it through the holes in the intake manifold
There are 2 screw in the middle of central panel. Just above the cigarrete lighter.. After remove screws get all controllers handles out ( just give them a little pull), a/c button come out in one piece, ashtray, cigarrete thing, etc.. Now you have the panel divided in two pieces. Pop out to botto…m part first ( ashtray part) and hanging beside. Now pop out top part where radio is. After pop it out, disconnect 3 controller from back ( Emergency lights, Back glass elect.heater and Clock). Put panel aside.. Now you can see 4 screws holding radio. get them out. Disconnect the 2 plugs.. Dont forget to save and use the factory brackets for your aftermarket radio.. Hope it helps! ( Full Answer )
To replace the horn on a 94 Toyota Corolla, you will need to removethe horn pad from the steering wheel. Once all screws have beenloosened, you can lift the pad and replace the inner button, thenjust put the horn pad back on.
Answer . \nif not there is a lot very good repair books at most parts stores and under $20.00.
Answer . \nYour car is a Geo Prizm and not a Chevrolet. It is in reality a re-badged Toyota Corolla, built in California at the NUMMI plant. The 1.8 engine was only available in 1994 on the LSI as an option. The base car had only the 1.6. Under the hood you should find a placard with the engine …size listed. ( Full Answer )
Answer . \nI have a 96 corolla and the air intake sensor is on the housing for the air filter. It's on the part of the housing that can be taken off.
It's under the intake manifold, between the engine and the firewall. 2 bolts, and you have to get to it from underneath the car.
Answer . \nRemove fan shroud\nDrain radiator\nDisconnect upper and lower hoses\nDisconnect transmission lines if Auto\nRemove securing bolt at top and side\nRadiator should lift from lower supports
Of course yes! it will fit in, but some things you must consider, 4AGE is basically an EFI engine meaning you have to configure the wiring digram for its ECU unless if you want to change it into a carb type, you may have to check the engine support and last thing is dont forget to include a transmis…sion for 4AGE front wheel layout OK then that should give you enough info. ( Full Answer )
Oil leaks? Yes! I "own" three Sentra 200SX with 1.6L engines. Two 1995 SE and one 96. I am presently fixing the oil leaks on the 96. I did the other two last summer. The Nissan 1.6L engines used in the Sentra models develop oil leaks in these places over time. That includes the 200SX with the 1.6L. …The end result is oil loss that will coat the engine/components and primarily the right side of the car, both underneath and often along the lower right side and back in really bad cases. The crankshaft oils seals are known to leak after approx 100,000 miles. The Harmonic Balancer (fan belt pulley) end of the engine will have lots of oil and road grit around the oil pan, air conditioning compressor, power steering pump and other area in the engine bay due to wind spread. This seal can be replace without removing the engine. Remove the harmonic balancer bolt and use a pulley puller. If the seal mating surface is grooved replace the balancer too or the new seal will fail soon. The transmission "bell housing" will weep oil and or trans fluid if the rear crankshaft seal or the transmission seal develops a leak. This seal is much larger than the front seal so it lasts longer and need replacing less often. The transmission will need to be removed from the car to reach these seals. The oil pan is sealed with silicone engine sealant and will dry out and leak also. Sometimes the leak looks like it is the front or rear seal (pulley or transmission end of engine) but it may be the oil pan leaking and dripping into the pressure plate inspection plate or the pulley. The oil pan can be removed and resealed without removing the engine or transmission but it is a little tricky. Dropping the engine's under brace and exhaust pipe is recommended. Additional engine/transmission support is needed to do that. While you are under the car look near the oil filter. Above and forward (toward the fan belt is forward) and see if there is oil dripping from the oil pressure sending unit wire. It will leak into the electrical connector. Squeeze it and see if oil seeps out. If so replace the sending unit. It looks kind of like a spark plug screwed into the block. Near the oil filter you will see the power steering pump mounted to the side of the pulley end of the engine and it is over the right CV drive axle and has several hoses connected. One larger hose is a none pressure hose that gravity feeds the pump from the fluid reservoir mounted above it on the passenger side wheel well in the engine bay. This hose eventually leaks and drips power steering fluid everywhere! It is a molded hose from the dealer parts dept. and relatively easy to replace. Messy but do-able.. Now the top side of the engine. The valve cover has a rubber gasket that shrinks over time in that hot engine bay. Take a Phillips head screw driver is see how loose the screws holding it are. Really loose hu? You can tighten them but you should replace it because it shrunk and that makes the screws loose.. You will need some silicone engine sealant each side of the distributor bridge at the driver's side of the cover. Get a manual to make sure you tighten those screws in the correct order.. Distributor "O"ring seal can leak. Two 12MM bolts to remove it and put a new "O"ring on and you are set. Mark the Distributor's position to the bridge bracket BEFORE you loosen those screws. Line it back up to the marks so you don't mess up the timing and reset the timing after is even better.. I have posted some photos to my "flickr" site of much of this work on the car including a timing chain replacement. Both chains. Yes, this engine has a lower and upper chain. You can see them here:. http://www.flickr.com/photos/92225127@N00/sets/72157594347547443/ ( Full Answer )
For most non-extreme climates regular 50/50 antifreeze. For colder than average climates(negative zero temps) use a more concentrated mix. Also it is wise to do a complete flush of the cooling system every one to two years.
With Filter: 3.7 L, 3.9 qt., 3.3 Imp. qt. Without Filter: 3.5 L, 3.7 qt, 3.1 Imp qt.
Depends on the part. Go to an auto parts place and have them look up the part your talking about and see if the part numbers match.
Why would a 96 1.8L automatic transmission Corolla excessively vibrate when the car is in drive or reverse particularly when it is cold but not when in neutral.?
Most likely issue is a motor mount collapsed. The second most likely is a misfire.
Open the hood , look to the right, to the back,. just to the left of the master cylinder, in the fuel line.. relieve pressure on fuel line first. To reduce fire risk when you take off the filter.
\nTheres a 16 valce fuel injected DOHC version called a AGE, the 88 model made 88kw and in the early 90's models it picks up a 20 valve head and vvti to make 127kw, although the distributor pisition makes firewall clearance an issue in rwd application.\n. \nhope this helps
Can't say for every part but the doors seem to be interchangable from 94-96 so it might be true for other parts.
When I checked www.motorcraft.com for a remanufactured 4.0 L OHV engine for. a 1995 Ford Explorer , it listed the engine as having 6 applications :. 1995 - 1996 Explorer. 1995 -1996 Ranger pickup. 1995 -1996 Mazda truck - all models
In a 1994 Corolla, the radio battery constant 12v+ wire isblue/yellow, the radio accessory switched 12v+ wire is gray, theground wire is brown, and the illumination wire is green. For thefront speakers, the left front speaker wire (+) is pink, the leftfront speaker wire (-) is violet, the right fron…t speaker wire (+)is light green, and the right front speaker wire (-) is blue. Forthe rear speakers, the left rear speaker wire (+) is black, theleft rear speaker wire (-) is yellow, the right rear speaker wire(+) is red, and the right rear speaker wire (-) is white. ( Full Answer )
It is possible for a 2000 Passat 1.8L to interchange with a 1999version. However, the interchanged numbers must match the olderversion it is being replaced with.
The answer is with difficulty, but this is how, remove the battery unplug the push in connector on the side of the air filter box, remove the top cover of the air filter, undo the three bolts holding the air filter box to the inner wing, remove the ducting to the filter box, unplug the sensor on the… side of the throttle body, remove the perge canister near the fuel filter after removing the rubber pipe attatched to the top of it, this will now give you enough room at the top of the off side wing to get at the two bolts holding the motor to the bell housing, this looks an impossible task to begin with but with patients it can be done, do not undo these all the way yet but slacken them off, you now need to get under the car and work between the cross member to get at the motor, remove the battery feed terminal from the motor, and unplug the ignition connector, go back and remove the bolts completely to release the motor, the motor now has to be manipulated along the drive shaft towards the drivers side of the car and slowly moved passed all cables, like i said its a sod but it can be done, the best news is yet to come because these starters can be repaired for peanuts without buying a new one, log on to solenoid contacts on toyota best of luck honestwelsh sunny wales ( Full Answer )
look on the under side of the hood or in front of the radiator usually tells you your information like gap and timing.
If you mean the wheel alignment, you have almost no chance to do it manually without special tools. In car services they use lasers to align wheels. If you have such precision in your hands then you can to that, if you don't. You have to bring the car to your mechanic.
this is a tough one, I think they are on some, but not all, it really depends on the engine, if it is the old style 3100 versus the new 3.1 then only some of them will interchange, but if both are the 3.1 then yeah alot of them will be.
It will be cheaper to spend more money on an identical motor because there will be a different computer & harness and possibly different exhaust, sensors and dash.
no it will not the 96 is the year they changed body styles , and the racks are completely different and not interchangeable
please could you give me a diagram on how to install a timing chain for a Nissan sentra 1.4
The 1998 Corolla engine is the same as the 2000 Corolla engine. That is a 1ZZ-FE 1.8 Liter DOHC. Engine although the 2001-02 have the 1ZZ-FE 1.8 Engine too, they were manufactured with Toyota's newer Fuel Management System VVT-I R. Chang
I just checked with the local Advanced Auto in town and they said it takes 18 ounces of freon and 4.5 ounces of oil.
To find the average of a set of numbers: 1. sum up the numbers 92 + 96 + 94 = 282 2. divide the sum by the total number of numbers in the set 282 / 3 = 94 94 is the average.
It should. The Prizm uses a Toyota engine. 4AFE for the 1.6L 7AFE for the 1.8L
motorcraft.com shows : all models of Ford truck with the 4.9 L ( 300 cubic inch ) straight 6 cylinder from 1993 to 1996 use the same water pump
yup there are zero differences as long as you get the corect model its either a t 56 or for the auto 4L60E
Answered by this question: Using the vin numbers to tell which model Geo Prizm you have?
If you are asking about a Winchester Model 94, no- they are not interchangeable except with the services of a gunsmith.
No the dimensions for the two hoods are slightly different. It will latch and fit pretty snug but it will be slightly too long.
yes it will fit may have diffrent window trim and you will have to use your door panel if it is a front door you will have to change mirror also u will need to change your handle your 91 should be chrome
hi, No, I mean everything is possible with time and money. But, the 1991 explorer has the EEC powertrain management and the 1996 has the OBDII. Will big headaches to do.
Yes. body parts, interior parts and most motor componets are interchangeable. However, the 94 Probe is an OBD-I and the 97 Probe is an OBD-II so there are additional sensors on the 97 Probe to consider if swapping motors/wire harnesses, etc.
If you are talking about a 2.4 96 and 97 are the same but only 96/97
the correct motor oil for a Toyota Corolla vvt-i engine 1.8 litre, 2009 onwards is 10W-30 SL
None. You have no choice but to use the 4L60E in it because of the computor.
It will bolt up. But it will not work. The 96 transmission is a computer controlled transmission/ Electronic. The 79 is not.
Yes they are the same,the only difference may be the door panels if one has power windows.
96 and 97 Corolla and Prizm are the same, but, they have an extracrankshaft sensor, that the 93, 94, and 95 does not have,