According to the Toyota's owners manual, 'the etc. power button is used for powerful acceleration. Whereby the transmission is shifted up and down at a higher vehicle speed than when in the normal switch position. It is used when the overdrive switch is on.'
There are two, both inside the gearbox
It is called 'snow mode'. If you select the button, the auto gearbox selects 2nd gear to save wheelspin on snow/ice from a standing start. It does the same thing as starting off in 2nd gear in a manual gearbox. Hope this clarifies it.
Yes u can. I have fit Holden auto tranny in my toyota starlet which is like corolla
Yes you can just need to get a manual gearbox
Who knows, you haven't said what type the "2.0 litre auto gearbox "is.
You put the oil in the gearbox
The gearbox drain is at the bottom of the gearbox and the filler plug is halfway up the lefthand side. Use Gear oil. If you mean the auto transmission fluid, this drains from the plug at the base of the rectangular pan and fills with auto transission fluid via the dipstick tube
Down the gearbox dipstick hole. If no gearbox dipstick then system is sealed and best left to a dealership
change at least every 25,000 auto transmission oil does not last as long as manual gearbox oil, all to do with friction and heat in an auto box, pays to replace filter as well
Depends on gearbox ( auto or manual ). Front of gearbox a little way up near to bellhousing. Requires hex key.
Toyota Auto Body Queenseis was created in 1951.