Where is the brake fluid located at on a 94 Toyota corolla?
In most vehicles it's a small reservoir on top of the master cylinder.
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…
Your 2000 Toyota corolla has not been driven in two years but now you are driving it Any recommended maintenance?
There are three fuse boxes on a 1999 Toyota Corolla. One is located behind the steering wheel, and the other two are located in front of the windshield washer fluid reservoir and then next to the battery. The wiper fuse is number 4, in the Instrument Panel Junction Block on the Front Side of the vehicle.
The intermittent illuminate of the brake light can indicate multiple or single brake conditions. These can include low brake fluid which may be surging from braking to the brake pad replacement sensors (if equipped) engaging. The only definitive way to diagnose the light is to have the vehicle scanned for trouble codes.