It is actually accessible from inside the car. First disconnect the battery. Open up the driver's and passenger's side rear door and then go to the driver's side rear. Pull up on the front of the back seat and pull it out of the car. There should be a panel that you can see that you can use a screwdriver to pry up(it is only held down by RTV). Disconnect the electrical connection from the top of the unit. Unscrew the bolts around the top of the fuel filter/pump unit and pull it out. That's it.
drop gas tank
Drop the tank.
Unfortunately, it's inside the gas tank. It is not accessible from the trunk; you need to drop the gas tank.
On the front panel of the drivers side behind the small drop down compartment that is located on top of the hood release..
Yes it can . . simply put. You can even drop a civic engine in it
drop the subframe dummy, takes like 2 minutes. undo the balls and drop it. dont forget the cross member
It would depend on if this is an internal or external fuel filter. If it is an internal, you need to drop the fuel tank to do this. If it is external, all you would need to do is unbolt it.
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You'll probably have to ask a tranny place, if you can find one you can trust. But seeing the Corolla is the twin of the Prizm, and since they're the same year...(i'm assuming your tranny is automatic too) it seems probable. You might also see if you can find someplace that will give you a part number for a tranny for the Prizm, and then for the Corolla to see if they're the same. Sorry I can't be more specific.
The 2001 Corolla was equipped with a 125hp 1ZZ-FE engine, in an 2400lb car, your looking at a "top speed" of around 135/140mph, of course, most USDM engines are tuned to "cut out" at around 115, and drop you down to 85 before allowing you to accelerate again.
There is no trunk access through the seat on a Chrysler Sebring convertible.
This happens on new cars as well as older models, when the car warms up the idle should drop. When its cold the fluids in the motor get thick so it works alittle harder until it thins out with the heat
take the bolts off. drop the old install the new one.
empty gas out and drop tank
drop the tank.......
I assume you're talking about the sending unit (the part that tells the gauge on your dash how much is in the tank). It's in the gas tank. I'd check the dash gauge before going after the sending unit, since you have to drop the tank to get at it.
No, you must drop the tank.
Need to drop the tank
Usually after you drop the pan it is accessible
drop the fuel tank. the pump is in the tank.
You usually turn a nut set in the trunk floor.
AnswerIn the trunk. Open the compartment closest to the trunk door on the right side of the trunk, the fuses are in there.There is also one in the glove compartment. Look for two white knobs and turn them. The fuse box should drop down
Unless there is an access panel in the trunk, you must drop the fuel tank.
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