TRy on the neg side of the coil.
Remove the positive battery cable from your 1997 Toyota Corolla battery. Tighten the starter with the retaining bolts. Attach the cables to the front of the starter. Reattach the positive cable to the battery.
there is no auxiliary port on the stock deck of the corolla, if you want to keep everything stock, go purchase a line out converter and attach it to your OEM deck
To reset the check engine light in your 2006 Toyota Corolla, you will need to attach the car to a diagnostic computer. This allows you to pinpoint the reason for the light coming on, select the correct sensor, and reset the light.
find the "diagnosis" connection box under the hood left side of engine. open; attach jumper wire to "e1" + "te1" & count flashes of check eng light to obtain codes.
Attach another remote or connect your system to the internet.
In my 1996 Corolla, the intake point is in the back left corner when you open the hood. It's a small cap about half an inch wide and an inch long, has an "L" on the top and when you remove it and look at the inside it should be light green. My can of r134 came with a blue hose with a pressure gauge attached to it and you just unscrew the cap on your hose, attach the hose with the r134, and hold the can of r134 upside down while shaking it. The engine should be on with the AC on at max while you're doing this for it to charge properly. Hope this helps.
The 1989 Toyota Corolla has some fairly unique wiper blades. Be sure to accurately measure the lengths and also know exactly what the wiper arm attachments look like - its called a "2-screw bayonet" which most or many replacements will not attach to. Also try to get a feel for what an inch or two shorter or longer would look like (will they still pass by each other or will they flop off the glass). Then hit the stores... You need a 20" and an 18" that will attach to a 2-screw bayonet arm. I did find you winter blades though - see related links below.
IF you have the installation instructions for the tach, it prolly tells you where to attach the tach wire. If not, call the manu. of the tach or search for their website online.
Equip cards can never be attached to Set monsters. They can only ever attach to a face-up monster.
I have neever seen or heard of a vacuum line coming out of a power steering pump, are you sure that's the PS pump? And are you sure that's a vacuum line? You can check the vacuum diagram, there may be a sticker somewhere under the hood and there should be one in your repair manual. Pre 98 Toyota corolla power steering pumps have two vacuum lines that attach to the intake manifold and the throttle body, I'm not sure what their function is though.
For model years 2008 - 2013 Toyota rates the factory "Crossbars" at 132 pounds. They do not rate the longitudinal bars (crossbars attach to these).
no, they are not but the body panels all attach via body bolts(including the rear fenders.