There's a 9 out of 10 chance that your oil pump is about to give up. If your oil pump is failing it means it's not getting enough oil to the sensitive parts of your engine. Most newer vehicles 1990+ have sensor lights which will indicate multiple possibilities of issues. For example this light may only mean your oil level is low or in your case it may be oil pressure. Check your oil level first, if it's low well I'm sure you know how to add some. If you find your vehicle uses a lot of oil it's high time to take it to a mechanic. This is even more important if it's the oil pump. If your oil pump fails, you can have all the oil in the oil pan and it's not going to make a difference, your cam and crank bearings will burn out, likely followed by the piston's seizing in the block and the rad cap blowing off its mount. a.k.a., time for the scrap heap. Replacing the oil pump is not an expensive fix but depending on the make and model can be tricky, but can add many years to the life of your vehicle. After it's fixed just be religious about changing your oil every 3500 miles (5000 Km). An ounce of prevention.....
Possible alternator problem
...I have the exact same problem with my 1993 corolla.......Brake System warning light and discharge warning light
Sounds like the brushes are worn down in the alternator.
I would assume it has something to do with your power steering.
If all of the lights flicker I would check for a loose or corroded ground. If only 1 light flickers then check to see if the bulb is properly plugged in to its socket, or if there is dirt, corrosion or rust causing a poor connection.
Check the oil sending unit.
check your wireing for a short in it or make sure the socket isn't bad and the bulb is in tight
It is normal. In order for you to create a spark, the coil has to open and close.
would a bad battery cable in a 95 toyota corolla make a engine come on?
My tank fills all the way to the brim at 14.25 (give or take .??) when the fuel light appears. I would imagine the total capacity would be a little over 15 gallons. Corolla S model
I think you have to take apart your dash, get a haynes manual or of the like.
It shows that there is a problem with the transmission. Just like the check engine light, the overdrive light has codes that tell you what is wrong with the transmission and the various components connected with it.
The oil light is turning on BECAUSE you put in the lighter weight oil. older engines need the thicker oil.
Depends on which light you are referring to. The "Check Engine" light comes on when there is a problem with the emissions system. The "Maintenance Required Light" comes on when scheduled maintenance is required as outlined in your owners manual.
The new 2011 Corolla S has 134hp. That would be stock .
The alternator is on its way out.
Sometimes when cornering, the overhead lights will flicker on in that model car. This is due to a flaw in the switch mechanism design, which holds the relay connection slightly apart from the bulb (when they touch the light is energized and turns on). When the car turns the centrifugal force will bring these two points together and the light turns on. To fix this, remove the plastic dome and switch cover and look for a tightening screw. If there is not a screw, you may be out of luck. If there is, tightening it should prevent this random flicker.
The year and engine size would help me to help you.
Battery light usually means alternator not charging. Most common solutions would be be a bad alternator, bad connection, or loose alt belt.
Might be a weak battery
not sure about newer models, but I used to own a '98 Corolla, and when the fuel light came on I had approximately 30 miles before I would run out of gas, so unless they've increased it, I'd say it's probably safe to assume it's about the same.
Fuse connections. The connectors for the dome light in the fuse panel get loose, you can try and bend them back with a small screwdriver to make the connection again.
it is not impossible to see without light. When you press on your eyeballs you would see patterns etc. This is a phenomenon called phosphene