Hi I had a new starter on mine for £120.00 hope this helps
It should be on the starter itself or if remote between battery (positive) & starter. Just follow the cable.
every 60 k miles
It should only take about an hour to replace the brake lines on a 1995 Toyota Corolla. The exact time will depend on your experience with replacing brake lines.
toyota recomend 60k or every 5 years
I think that was the same problem as I had. If your Corolla is under 120K this problem will be covered. Just take it to your closest Toyota dealer and they should replace the ECU for you at no charge.
replace the starter
The ABS Light came up in my Toyota Alex car what should the Mechanic verify and replace
The starter relay should be located on the driver's side of the car. If you open the door and put your head next to the brake pedal and look left you should see it.
1998 model year corolla has a timing chain and does not need to be changed unless it is making noise or is broken
You should in the UK, as your car will fail the MOT test if your horn does not work.
Neither, it should stay the way that it is!! Final!!
You should be able to find a shop manual at your local library -- make copies of the right sections as they are usually only available in the REFERENCE section...good luck :)
You should remove the positive cable from your 1996 Toyota battery. Remove the cables from the front of the starter. Remove the starter retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install the new starter.
go inside the trunk there should be a clip you push that down an pull the assimbly out an replace the burned out bulbs hope this helps you...
Replace the tranny fluid, if check engine light comes back on, replace shift solenoid.
Remove belt and tensioner complete should be able to be unbolted from engine (Left-hand thread)
there should be a C or U clip behind the dash or a spin off nut to allow for removal.
Should be ablo to remove the lower part of the backseat and there is an access hole to the tank where the fuel pump is.
It should be +38 to +41
Well, the key is really in the bushings. Once they start to catch fire and talk to you, you know you're in trouble. Because, well, you're not Moses. You really have to keep an eye on the bushings and replace them before they catch fire. I'm not sure about ball joints. Are you sure you mean the Toyota Corolla?
You need to replace the speed sensor. It sends a signal to the speedometer and also sends a signal to the transmission on when it should shift.