To remove the back seat of a 1998Corolla, you will need to remove the carpet to expose the bolts for the seat. Then, loosen the bolts by removing the nuts. You can then remove the seat.
Remove the plastic panel, remove the bolts, disconnect the wires from the back of the stereo and remove
I Don't know yet but I was thinking about doing this on my Corolla as I need to get windsurf gear into the car, and have removed the backseat on several other cars in the past for same reason. Will let you know when I have figured it out.
To remove the radio in a 1995 Toyota Corolla, first pry the radio frame from the dashboard using a flat tool like a screwdriver. Then, press in on the pins at each side of the radio and slide it out of the dashboard. Remove the wires from the back of the radio.
it is on the back of the seat. remove the seat and remove the black cover on the middle. the pump and the filter are together.
There are no clips...two screws on front...one nut on back...jiggle and pull...
To replace a wiper motor on a 1994 Toyota Corolla, remove the rubber stopper that cover the hardware attached to the wiper arms. Then grab the wiper arm and jiggle it back and forth until it comes off. Remove the old one and slip the new one on.
Take it back and get them to check it.
6.5 or 6.75 will work, 6x9 wont unless you modify the back with cutting and customizing the grills. 6.75 are a perfect fit
first you need to remove the door sill plastic panels, just lift them right up and then pull the kick panel plastic back towards the B pillar that should remove them
is your toyot a saloon or estate and what year
In my 2000 Toyota Corolla CE fuse for the radio is located at the back side of the radio, you need to pull out the radio and you will see the fuse on the back side of it between wires
When you have the belt put back on correctly it will be back in time.
If you can't get to the back of the light assy you have to remove it from the vehicle and the bulb screws in.
If the VSC flashing light comes on at the same time on your Toyota Corolla, then there might be a sensor issue, and if you have a warranty, have it back to the manufacturer.
Remove the negative battery cable. Follow the posative cable down to the starter. remove the wires then the bolts holding it to the engine. Label the wires to make sure they go back where they came from.
I have a 1999 corolla and recently changed the starter. Top bolt was threaded into the starter from the back of the motor. It was located under the exhaust manifold, and I could not see it. I got a socket wrench on it and removed it last and installed it loosely, first.
An educated guess: 5 1/2 inch round - this is the case in my 1992 Corolla.
take out unit take it apart take out CD put back together it must work must have right tools
Remove the "For Storage Only" caompartment on the left hand side of the steering wheel and you will see the fuses there. The compartment has a guide for the fuses printed on the back of it.
omfg what light bulb? the one on the back porch?
disconnect the battery cables, remove bolts/nuts, remove wire, pull starter off, bingo~! put the new starter in, put the bolts/nuts back on, put the wire back on, hook the battery cables back up, bingo~! fire it up!!!
To replace the horn on a 94 Toyota Corolla, you will need to remove the horn pad from the steering wheel. Once all screws have been loosened, you can lift the pad and replace the inner button, then just put the horn pad back on.
It is inside the tank. Remove the back seat, take out the black round cap & you will see the fuel pump and the level arm, you need to desassemble it. GP
Disconnect the neg battery cable then take the bolts and wires loose from the back of the radio under the dash. Then pull the knobs off and remove the nuts there and work the radio out of the back of the dash.
Raise the 1999 Corolla front end. Remove the oil plug, and drain the oil into a pan. Take the oil filter off, and replace it with a new one. Put the plug back in. Lower the vehicle, and fill the engine with fresh oil.