Assuming the different engine options use the same distributor and cap combination, this is easy. Under the hood, look for the disttributor cap. on the upper left of it is a small black plug with two lead coming out of it. One is brown, and goes to a small capacitor just below the distributor cap. That is the + lead. You need to use the other wire, which is the solid black lead. This is the - lead. It is best to use one of those 2 wire splice terminals, rather than cutting this black lead. Attach the green lead from your tach to this, and you now have the signal that the gauge needs. Dont forget the red power lead, or the tach wont work. Good luck, this worked great for my Protach. (EDIT - I would just connect to the marked wire connection in the diagnostic plug, on the 1990 it's the plug (capped) on the drivers side strut tower. Just make sure you protect the wire from shorting out..)
2000 VE base models do not come with a factory installed tachometer.
TRy on the neg side of the coil.
The thermostat connects to the top radiator hose on a 1996 Toyota Corolla. The bottom radiator hose connects to the water pump.
A filament is a stalk of a stamen that connects the anther to the recepticle or corolla.
I think you have to take apart your dash, get a haynes manual or of the like.
The PCV valve on a 1998 Toyota Corolla is located on top of the engine, on the passenger side. It connects the intake manifold with the valve cover.
There a a couple different ways. You can get the entire dashboard cluster with a tachometer from a 7th Gereration Corolla, 1988 to 1993... (1988 was the first Model year Corolla went to Front Wheel drive) or an 8th Generation (Model years 1994 to 2002) And a dash cluster/ gauge assembly after Model year after 2002 will not work. If you choose to do this it is very important to report what you have done because you have also changed the odometer, if left UNreported to the DMV in your state is 'tampering" and a Felony, and they will not listen to "I forgot" or I didn't know'. You must be sure the gauge cluster comes from a car with the same ECU you have, the tachometer is 'given' it's information from the ECU. Another option is an aftermarket tachometer you can mount anwhere you choose, but the tachometer must be hooked up to the ECM, that is the source of the rpm's. I can write out a step by step procedure to do that ...leave a message on my boardif you want or need that. David.hutchison.3139
It should be inside the small housing that the top radiator hose connects to the engine
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Look in your owners manual. Instructions are listed.
autozone.com has online manuals that give step by step how to
complete instructions in a vehicle spacific repair manual at most parts stores
You take the old one out, then put the new/rebuilt/junkyard one in. Follow instructions carefully!
Will a tranny from a 2001 corolla fit a 98 corolla
it is located where the lower radiator hose connects. For some reason Toyota can't make up there minds when it comes to thermostats.
my corolla of the plants ,i said. no of toyota corolla
The address of the Corolla Branch Library is: 1123 Ocean Trail, Corolla, 27927 0123
corolla = the petals of a flower
are 98 corolla engine compatable with a with 96 corolla
Could be a corroded connection somewhere. Most likely the ground on the battery, either at the battery or at the other end where it connects to the vehicle.
The address of the Corolla Wild Horse Fund is: 1126 Schoolhouse Ln, Corolla, NC 27927
No, the 1.6cc Corolla Altis cannot overpower the 1.8cc Corolla Altis. The high the horsepower the higher the power.
behind the glove box push in on the sides to release the glove box unhook rod on side if there is one pull the frame out from behind it
Corolla is on the Outer Banks.