I believe that the solenoid is located ont the starter itself. If you can just follow the positive battery cable down to its next junction towards the starter motor; that is usually where the starter solenoid is located.
The starter relay is the part of the vehicle that sends an electrical current to the motor in order for the engine to start. In a 1993 Toyota Corolla, you will find the starter relay in the engine compartment.
I have a 1999 corolla and recently changed the starter. Top bolt was threaded into the starter from the back of the motor. It was located under the exhaust manifold, and I could not see it. I got a socket wrench on it and removed it last and installed it loosely, first.
The 2006 Toyota Corolla blower motor is located behind the glovebox. To reach it the glovebox and passenger side dash must be removed. The blower is located next to the evaporator. Remove the mount screws and disconnect the wire harness from the blower to remove it. Replace with new unit.
The heater blower motor can be found beneath the passenger side dashboard. Remove the wiring harness from the back of the blower motor. Remove the blower motor retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install your new blower motor.
Yes. Geo is a branch of Chevy but they also have alot of the Toyota parts on them. The Toyota corolla and the Toyota celica st have the same motor as the geo. More than likely it is the 4AFE 1.6L 1587cc only about 115 horsepower.
To replace a wiper motor on a 1994 Toyota Corolla, remove the rubber stopper that cover the hardware attached to the wiper arms. Then grab the wiper arm and jiggle it back and forth until it comes off. Remove the old one and slip the new one on.
On the Nissan NX Coupe the starter is located to the right of the transaxle and to the left of the air cleaner. The air filter will need to be removed as well as the battery to access the starter motor.