I need to know how to repair the power lock on my corola dx 95 rear right door
the door panel must be removed there is a electronic lock solenoid that controls the lock eods to door latch. if it grinds or makes noise replace solenoid if there is no noie check for a 12volt signal at plgs to lock solenoid if ther is no power sometime wire breaksin the door jam harness from opening and closing door wires bend back and forth and are known to break 80 % its the lock solenoid
wher is the door relay of toyota corolla 2001
all you can do is pull out the fuse for the power locks and lock the doors yourself
it is stamped on the passanger door lock
Because they are imported cars
I locked my keys in my 2010 corollary. How do you in lock the door?
Might have child's safety lock on.Read the users manual if you have it.
A brake light switch may be bad if a 1996 Toyota Corolla will not go into gear and the brake lights don't work. Another issue could be in the shift lock solenoid.
got to take panel off from inside car then u can get to the lock take pins out then the nut that holds it on
replace the ignition, the spring controlling one or more of the lower wafers in the half of lock is broken causing gravityto pull them into the wrong position making the lock inoperable.
power lok actuators are located on door latch don't understand repair?
I would check with Toyota and make sure its not covered by recall. Our 2004 had both of them fail and Toyota replaced them for free.
The 2011 Toyota Corolla comes with a 1.8L 4 cylinder engine, front wheel drive (FWD), power steering, ABS (Anti-lock Brake System), a 4-speed automatic transmission, and seating capacity for 5. The EPA mileage estimate is 26 mpg in the city and 34 mpg highway.
1. remove the alternator belt a. loosen the adjusting pivot bolt and the lock bolt on the alternator b.remove belt from alternator 2. loosen the lock and pivot bolts and push the power steering pump towards the engine and manoeuvre the belt from the engine 3. replace belt 4. push power steering pump back until the specified deflection is obtained tighten the lock nut and the pivot nut. 5. reattach the alternator belt the same way you removed it. 6. once the new belt has been installed run the engine for approximately 5 minutes and re check the tension in the belt, adjust if necessary Source: Gregory's Automotive Service And Repair Manual NO.271 Toyota Corolla : Holden Nova 1994-1999 AE101/102 Series (all models and engine types)
Yes they are, but the two cables that are attached to the actuator are not. You will have to switch those out (very easy) as the Toyota cables are about 2" longer than the Vibe's. Toyota also used the same actuator in the 2009 Corolla, but be careful regarding the front right (passenger) because it is not interchangeable as the Corolla does not have a keyed entry on that door (and the Vibe and Matrix do). Just paid $100 for a used 2009 Corolla front left actuator at a junk yard and it works great in my 2009 Vibe. Hooray! Saved $160 on the part!
remove interior door panel to access power lock mechanism.
If the key dosent work then remove the inside door handle and window adjuster to remove the paneling. Then check to see if the lock rods are connected.
disconnect neg.battery cable. disconnect wires from alternator. loosen pivot and lock bolts. detatch drive belt. remove pivot and lock bolts from the bracket. installation is reverse of these steps.
Because there is a problem with the Anti-Lock Brake System. Not a DIY repair. Take it to a professional.
you will have to take the door panel off and see what is causing it. it might be a rusted c clip holdin from locking
There is a 'lock' button on the drivers door. By the up/down switches. The driver is in control of the vehicle and I think it's right that the driver have that control. I think the driver should have a lock on the climate, heat & a/c also
If your windows still work on the switch than it is most likely that the switch is bad I had the same problem with mine and it was the switch
I'm assuming the manual locks work. But you're on the right track, i'd check the fuses, and possibly the relay for the circuit.
There is a anti-lock brakes and Stability control. Also front-impact airbags and side and overhead airbags and security system. There is Pretensioners and Anti-wwhiplash.