Where is the thermostat located and how do you replace it on 1992 toyota camry 4 cylinder ingine
The oil filter is typically located under the hood in most vehicles. This is also true for the 1992 Toyota Corolla.
In the gas tank
It is located at the engine end of the upper radiator hose. Take the thermostat housing off. When replacing the thermostat make sure the spring goes toward the engine. It is not the upper radiator hose...it is the lower one..
where is camshalf pulley ignition timing location for 1992 Toyota corolla?
yes they are the same cars from 1992 to 1997
It is on the firewall below the master cylinder, drivers side
It is located in the thermostat housing on top of the motor.
Where is the OBD port 1992 Toyota Corolla?Read more: Where_is_the_OBD_port_1992_Toyota_Corolla
where is the thermostat located in a 1992 cutless supreme automobile
it is under the intake manifold. very hard to see and no fun to remove.
follow the radiator top hose back to engine the thermostat is there under that domed connection
Yes, there is a diagram of a 1992 Toyota Corolla Engine. This diagram can be found in the cars specific maintenance manual, found in auto part stores.
under the alternator.... the lower hose going to engine
A 1992 Toyota Corolla can take any type of standard antifreeze. It should be labeled as being suitable for all makes and models of cars.
The true value of a 1992 Toyota Corolla is what a person is willing to pay for it. The approximately resale value varies greatly but is usually between $500 and $1500.
anyone has pictures out there for how to replace door handles for 92 Toyota corolla?
How do you change oxygen sensor in 1992 Toyota corolla? Is there a model engine 4A-FE without a oxygen sensor?
The 1992 Toyota Corolla dashboard light fuse can be found in the fuse box. The dashboard light fuse will be listed as the instrument panel fuse.
The VE Corolla does not. All others do.
Yes, they both have the same engine, a 4A**
yes and there should be access to under the passnger seat or in trunk
There is none!!
get a rebuilt you will be better off