[For 1992-1997 Corolla, Chevy Geo Prism] Disconnect battery ground. Remove air filter cover and big rubber thing that connects to the throttle body. Disconnect wires from old starter. Remove bolts. They face in opposite directions from each other. Installation is reverse of removal.
Try not to break anything.
[Old : Applies only to 1998 and later Corolla) You're gonna have to lift up the car. Well, you're gonna have to come up at it from underneath unless you wanna take the intake manifold off. You don't wanna do that. After you've got the car up, the starter's directly underneath the throttle body. Remember to disconnect the battery ground before you start so you don't shock yourself because that hurts. Other than that it's only a matter of a couple of bolts and the wires.The biggest problem with changing Corolla starters...is getting them out of the car. Unbolting them is no real problem, except that the top bolt is on the transmission side and you've got to pull the air cleaner box to get to it. If you weave the starter around through all of the stuff behind the engine, the path to "out" will take you right past the Power Steering pump.
I just changed my starter and when taking it out, I could NOT get it past the power steering pump as stated above. However, simply point the skinny end of the starter down between the drive axle and the front frame member and with a few twists and turns it will drop to the ground. Putting the new starter back in is even easier, just point it back up where you came out. You will need a ratchet with 14MM and 12MM sockets, and a straight-blade screwdriver. The whole R&R process took me less than 45 minutes. I had a friend help me which is always handy (and more fun) but this not necessary to get the job done.
Look here: How do you change the starter on a 1996 Toyota Corolla?Prizm and Corolla engines are the same.
The brake rotor specs for 93 Toyota corolla the outside diameter 255 mm and inside diameter is 142.2 mm.
The curb weight of a 1993 Toyota Corolla is just over 2,300 pounds. The Toyota Corolla also has the lightest weight motor of other cars for its size.
The starter on a '93 tercel, if you are looking from underneath the car, is directly to the left of the alternator. It is a fairly simple job to remove and replace the starter. If I can recall correctly the only thing that you need to remove is the intake support braket, but don't quote me on that.
It has a cam belt.
They pop off. You use a screwdriver or some type of panel removing tool.
is under the hood were the fuse box is.
Having trouble starting my 93 corolla it has battery power lights come on but it just makes a clicking sound and when I keep trying the starter kicks over verry slow what part do I have to change
Yes it can..do a diagnostic
93-95 same hood grille chnge in 96 then headlights you can mix n match to create your own thing
Should be on the lower end of the engine - try to follow the + battery cable
Remove - battery cable Raise and support vehicle Remove wiring harness at the top of the starter Remove mounting bolts Remove starter
I just removed a ALT 100A fuse in my buddy's Toyota Corolla from 93'. I had to disasemble the hole fusebox in the engineroom, to take the fuses out from beneath it. They are boltet on, (search google: "ALT 100A" first article). Hope this was helpfull. Rasmus DK.
on the 93 corolla there are i believe 2 or 3 fuse boxes. first fuse box is under the hood on the driver side of vehicle. remove black cover and there are the relays and a few fuses. the main fuse box is on the driver side foot well area. it is located to the left of the brake pedal. you will see a cover just remove it and there it is!
Begin by removing the positive cable from your 1993 Chevy Camaro battery. Remove the cables from the front of the starter. Remove the starter retaining bolts. The starter will come off.
Remove the cooling fans then take the hoses off and the cooling lines off. Then remove the bolts that hold it on and take it out.When you remove the lower hose catch the coolant in a drain pan and dispose of it correctly.
Disconnect the - battery cable Raise and support vehicle Disconnect wiring at top of starter Remove mounting bolts Remove starter
96 and 97 Corolla and Prizm are the same, but, they have an extra crankshaft sensor, that the 93, 94, and 95 does not have,
4 inch is what I have have found so far searching the net.
The stock speakers in a 1993 Toyota Corolla measure 4 inches in the front and 6 1/2 inches in the rear. The front speakers are located in the dash, and the rear speakers are located in the rear deck.
You could install a turbo charger, a newer more advanced motor, or use NOS.
A malfunctioning brake light relay switch will cause your 1993 Toyota Corolla brake lights to stay on all the time. The brake light relay switch is located beneath the drivers side dashboard.
I am 100% sure that the rear springs from a Camry can fit a Corolla (case in reference 93' Camry springs on 90' corolla)but I haven't tried the front springs yet so I am not sure about that one
It is in the tank, you have to remove the tank to get to the pump. The 93 corolla was the first year to allow access to the pump by taking out the back seat and removing the top cover.
remove the radiator, then remove 4 screws that holds the fan ,,done..