It is possible that the the fuel pump has been damaged but more likely if it was hit hard enough to shift the gas tank the wiring could be damaged. The fuel pump wiring is on top of the tank. These are both possible. However, a lot of cars have safety features to shut off fuel pump to prevent fire in case of accident. Look somewhere in the trunk, maybe under the carpet for a reset switch. Check your owners manual or ask a mechanic to be sure. *** It's likely the inertia swich. They are usually located in the trunk. In event of a hard impact switch will disable the fuel pump so fuel isn't spilled if a line is ruptured. The inertia switch acts much like a airbag sensor. They are usually the ball in cup magnet style. When the ball comes out of the cup the circuit is open and the fuel pump is shut off. All the inertia switchs that I've seen can be reset.
A battery may get hot on a 1999 Toyota Corolla when it is being used for a long period of time.
No, but check with a Toyota dealer to make sure.
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.
EVAP, charcoal canister not being purged, usually this is a simple fix a vacuum line
Toyota, i have a 1999 and it is the same car as a 1999 Toyota corolla, except for random parts like the radio, badging and a few other things being from GM
Toyota currently produces a range of cars. These include the Yaris, Corolla, Tacoma, Venza, Prius, Matrix, Camry, RAV4, Sienna, Tundra and FJ Cruiser models
The Toyota Corolla 2007 was a popular car in it's time, although for some people it could be described as being dull and quite expensive to run. The Kelly Blue Book is a great place to find reviews and more.
you problly need a new batterie or a starter
Yes, according to Toyota all models after 1997 use a Timing Chain and not a belt. They told me they recommend the chain being changed at 120,000 miles or I could have a tensioner added. Read more: Does a 2003 Corolla have a timing belt or timing chain? | Answerbag http://www.answerbag.com/q_view/59998#ixzz1TgqEjAvl
Crutchfield notes the front speakers are 4" and the rear speakers are 6 1/2". There is a note on the rear speakers not being exactly that size, but those are the largest that will fit
That depends on what car and where it is being sold. If you are in the US the Camry, Avalon and Venza are built in Georgetown, KY. While the Corolla's are built in Blue Springs, MS. The Prius and Yaris are built in Japan.
Check for 12 volts at the washer pump connector before all else. If you have 12 volts when the button is being pushed (with the key in the on position) your pump is the problem.
Knowing the firing order is an important part of being a car owner. The firing order of a 1984 Corolla is 1-3-4-2.
It used to be the 1976 Toyota Corolla, according to Consumer Reports magazine. Being that data was some time ago, I would look in the latest edition of said magazine, which happens to be the Annual Auto Issue. Good luck!
It being in neutral or park.
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Toyota cars are no longer being recalled. They are still making appointments to repair the damaged vehicles, but there are no new problems being reported.
The check engine light comes on and stays on when there is a problem with the emissions systems. You need to have the ECU scanned with an OBD2 scanner. This will retrieve the code that has been set and tell you what part of the system is being effected. It will not necessarily tell you what part is defective.
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The 2007 Pontiac G6 is a mid-size car. It won the Car and Driver Mid-Size Car award in 2007 for being the most luxurious in its class. Other mid-size cars include the Mazda 626 and Toyota Corolla.
There a Toyota Avalon 2000, reported being sold by an auto mechanic for $1,800, with 300,000 miles on it.
any engine that shares the same block. Find out what your engine code is (eg. ZZ130) and then any Toyota engine with the same block will bolt right up to those mounts. Now, that being said, there may be a LOT more work involved depending on if the engine you swap in was ever in that model to begin with. If not, good luck with wiring, etc.
Being later than 1994, the refrigerant should be R-134. You should also change your accumulator/dryer, if your system requires a recharge, to preserve the system integrity down the road. These parts are fairly inexpensive, but reduces the chance of moisture damage to the system.
Toyota is a Japanese car brand that is known for being reliable and affordable. Worldwide, Toyota sells almost 10 million units a year.