tell me what toyota year ,and i will tell you how is a toyota corolla 1995
The O2 sensor on a Toyota Corolla is located on the exhaust manifold. The O2 sensor properly reads the air fuel ratio to tell the engine how much fuel to use.
Your owners manual will tell you.
Uh...if you get me one I'll tell you : )
I don't have the answer to your question, but I can tell you that if you email Toyota, they can tell you. Why not go right to the source for your answer? Hope this helps!
The check engine light comes on and stays on when there is a problem with the emissions systems. You need to have the ECU scanned with an OBD2 scanner. This will retrieve the code that has been set and tell you what part of the system is being effected. It will not necessarily tell you what part is defective.
There are 2 automatic transmission models used in the 1996 Corolla.COROLLA 84-01 3 SP FWD (1.6L 4afe engine) (1.8L 7afe engine) - A131LCOROLLA 93-03 4 SP FWD (1.8L 7afe) - A245EEasiest way to tell which one you have is to count the pan bolts on your transmission.18 pan bolts = 3 speed A131L15 pan bolts = 4 speed A245E
A compression check and cylinder leak-down test should tell you the condition of your engine.
on my car it was the front oxygen sensor. take the car to auto zone and they can put a computer tester on it and tell you what the problem is. they test it for free...
Each engine in a Toyota uses a different Spark plug depending on size and model. The owners manual will tell you the correct size for your engine.
You didn't say what engine you have? Check the link and it will tell you.
Call any auto zone or go to their website and look up specs that should tell you
If it's a 2003 - 2008 Corolla, I can tell you. Please respond with the year. Or, better yet, look up "Automatic Transmission" in the index of your owner's manual. The manual has good diagrams to help you along.
Get a code read out from your engine computer and it will tell you what is wrong.
1987 was major design change year for the Corolla, and the fuel pump if you have a rear wheel drive with a 1.3 or 1.6Liter engine it has a mechanical fuel pump on the engine block, but in May 1987 Corolla went to front wheel drive and some Corollas, depending on the Trim, got the new 1ZZ FE 1.8Liter (same engine used in Corollas until 2012) multi port fuel injection engine and has a electric fuel pump inside the gas tank. If you had asked "where is the fuel pump on a "1986" or "1988" the answer is easy, but the 5th generation manufactured before May 1987 has the mechanical fuel pump. That is the same year Toyota Corolla went to Front wheel drive. The best way to tell is if your car is Rear wheel drive and a carburetor it has a mechanical fuel pump, and if it is Front wheel drive and Fuel injection it has an electric fuel pump inside the gas tank.
I have 2004 corolla, there are two fuse boxes, one in under hood in engine, & one under the steering wheel, above the pedals. The fuse box you are looking for is under the steering wheel. You will probably need a 15 amp fuse, also if you need one, there spares in the engine compartment fuse box. That fuse box is on leftside up engine closer to windshield area. Check manual if you have it, also.
These have a timing belt . They stretch out and yours is old . If you can not time it or it is mis firing for no other reason , then it is most likely bad .
You can use any brand battery as long as it fits. Anyplace that sells batteries can tell you the correct size.
Fuel/air trim too lean.Your engine is not getting enough fuel in the optimal ratio. Could be may causes. What to do? Have your OBD codes scanned. That will tell you which sensor has gone faulty to cause the problem,.....go to AutoZone or any large parts house and they will scan your OBD free.
They do not tell you in the manual how to change the filter. They want you to take it to a dealer
if you look under the hood on your 99 corolla there will be a small black box on the right side of the car beside the air filter, and that is the fuse box. it has a pictogram of which fuse does what on it, but if that's not helpful enough then simply look in your owners manual and it should tell you.
So far, what I can tell is the distributor and fuel injectors off the older engine have to be put on the newer one. 1994 Accords are OBD1, 1997s are OBD2.
yes, used cars are very safe, that fact that it is used offer you the chance to look at the car with someone who can tell you what to expect,and you can also get a carfax,its better for your money.
you would have code "pending" and a check engine light
I had a similar experience. Toyota told me it was due to carbon in my throttle body which they cleaned for about $300 too much. However, they also replaced the engine computer while they were at it (under warranty). A coworker told me today thst they recently changed his engine computer due to a rough running problem. I believe Toyota has a widespread problem with their engine computers and they aren't acknowledging it (and passing some of their costs back to us). Soon you won't be able to tell them from Ford or Chrysler.