You may want to shop around, that seems quite High for a O2 sensor replacement, whoever you are having change it, have them break down the price for you. Make sure you arent paying 200 in labor, or if you are ask them why. Automotive places will try and take you if they think they can get away with, if you act like you dont know anything about cars some try and take you for whatever you got.....I suggest you have them break it down and shop around, if this price is normal or within a decent range no matter who you call then that is probably the running rate......
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.
there should be two before th catalytic converter and after
Should be located on the throttle body
every 60 k miles
It should be replaced every 60,000 miles.
indicator can't reset
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.
somewhere on the trans in the front or back. It should have an electrical plug connected to it.
1998 model year corolla has a timing chain and does not need to be changed unless it is making noise or is broken
Every 50k miles
Not until it starts giving you trouble.
$45.00 for the part.
disconnect the attached wire and unscrew the sensor. there is a gel that should be applied to the sensor before you replace it.
on the air box, just clean it, it should be fine.....they do get dirty.....
You should in the UK, as your car will fail the MOT test if your horn does not work.
The speed sensor is not expensive and is easy to replace.
It should take you less than a half an hour to replace the TPS sensor.
If you do not know how to replace it, then you should not try to replace it. If you want to know WHERE it is, then look near the thermostat housing.
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...
Hi I had a new starter on mine for £120.00 hope this helps
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.
Your speed sensor is located on the transmission right where the axles connect. You may use channel locks to remove it and just replace with new sensor and attach wire connector. The sensor should not require alot of torque to remove, you can buy a new one so you can have a visual of what you need to replace.
Replace the tranny fluid, if check engine light comes back on, replace shift solenoid.
The only fix is to replace it. If you are mechanicly inclined, this is a doable deal. Before you replace the sensor you should check the wiring for resistance you can use a volt/ohms meter (vom) and test the continuity of the wiring to the sensor.