Where is the brake fluid filler located on a 2004 Toyota Corolla?
When refilling brake fluid it is important to use the correct type of fluid for the car. For a 1995 Toyota Corolla the correct fluid is brake fluid dot 3 or brake fluid dot 4.
same as brake fluid resevoir
The fluid in the clutch master cylinder is brake fluid. Use DOT 3 or similar brake fluid for fluid replacement.
it says on the master cylinder cap. it should be Dot 3 brake fluid
Check owner's manual! Important to use right fluid.
Firewall driver's side its on the top by the strut tower it says brake fluid... take off the black filler cap and install new brake fluid in reservoir
Check your brake fluid level.
coolant, motor oil, power steering fluid, transmission fluid, brake fluid?
it is located on right side of the engine
Buy a bottle of DOT 3 brake fluid. Find the reservoir, which is in the engine compartment right in front of the brake pedal. Clean the reservoir, open it and add fluid until it reaches the bottom of the filler neck.
Your 2004 Toyota Corolla transmission holds seven quarts of transmission fluid. You can check the transmission fluid level with the transmission fluid dipstick.
The reason that the front brakes on a 1995 Toyota Corolla are not releasing is likely due to low brake fluid. It could also be that the rotor is stuck or the pad has frozen into a clamped position.
You can use any kind of SAE certified transmission fluid in your 1998 Toyota Corolla. The manufacturer recommends that you never overfill the transmission fluid.
What is the fluid capacity of a Toyota Corolla automatic transmission 3.3 Qts drain and fill
Clutch brake fluid hole doesn't make sense. Where do you fill the clutch? It's leaking and where's the leak? Try rephrasing your question.
There is a dipstick located next to the distributor at the rear of the engine coming out of the transmission.
I don't know what the actual capacity is, but when bleeding my wife's 2003 Corolla I usually go through at least 16oz. to make sure everything is clear.
When owning a car it is important to maintain the fluid levels. A 1989 Toyota Corolla uses 1 quart of Universal ATF transmission fluid.
A Toyota Camry built in 1998 takes DOT 3 brake fluid. This is the standard brake fluid for passenger cars.
normal brake fluid
Not an answer - an additional question. My Toyota dealer tells me my brake fluid is dirty (on my newly-acquired 2005 Corolla), and he wants to charge me $175.00 to flush my brake fluid. That strikes me as outrageous! What is involved other than draining fluid and replacing it just like changing the oil? My (non-mechanic) husband asks how the brake fluid can get dirty in the first place. It's not running through the engine like oil does . . (Also he wants $175.00 to flush the transmission . . .)
In the dipstick tube.