To test the igniter on a 1994 Toyota Corolla remove the ignitor for the distributor. Using an ohmmeter check to see if it reads the proper voltage. If there is to little replace the unit.
Remove it and bench test it or bring to auto parts store they can test it for you
most of this problem is ignition coil fail, you can test it by exchange with other one.
Bad spark plug? Bad plug wire? Bad valve or piston - do a compression test
You should in the UK, as your car will fail the MOT test if your horn does not work.
Call Around; Find A Radiator Shop or A Mechanic That Can Pressure Test Your Radiator. This Should Help
Fill Radiator. Start Vehicle Check For Leaks, Find Area Of Leak If Any. Resumbit With More Information. Or Have Radiator Shop Do A Pressure Test On The System .
A pressure test is done to locate a leak if you can't visually see where it is coming from.
Some states test cars for pollution compliance by connecting a reader to the vehicle's OBD-II port. Your 1990 Corolla is exempt from OBD-II testing because you don't have an OBD-II port - they first came out in 2006.
I WILL TELL YOU TO REMOVE THE RADIATOR AND BRING IT TO A RADIATOR SHOP TO MAKE AN HYDRO TEST ON IT THEN YOU WILL KNOW WHERE IT LEAKS I had mine pressure tested without removing it.
If you suspect a problem, radiator shops can run a "flow test" after you remove the radiator and take it to them. If you don't want to remove and replace the radiator, they'll also do that part for you.
Remove The Radiator And Have A Radiator Shop Test, And Flush It.
Whether you're looking to buy new or used, your local certified Toyota dealer is the first place to consider looking, as they will give you full details of the Corolla you're looking for, as well as a test drive, comfortable monthly rate and warranty.
With a radiator cap pressure tester. The tool usually comes along with a cooling system pressure test kit.
if its a belt, every 60k miles is the best, although you can go 90k, I would not test it, they are very, very, very important for timing and longevity of the 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...
Test or replace the sensor in the radiator side tank.
by changing it.
Test the flasher or just replace if not expensive. replace the flasher can usually found near the fuse box
Hoses? Intake manifold? Heater? Thermostat housing? Freeze plugs? Radiator? Pressure test system to help find
Defective radiator cap? Leak in system (Pressure test)? Head gasket?
try doing a block test its possible you might have a blown cylinder head gasket
Remove and test with an ohmmeter Explain how to test with an ohmmeter?
Hair & urine
You pressure test the cooling system