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You will first want to remove the dash surround around the head unit. There should be clips on the side that will allow for the unit to slide out. If not try removing any pieces of pastic near the head unit to locate tabs that will allow for removal. You will need to unplug it as soon as the unit is out.
If I can remember corectley on this car, The flasher relay unit is common to both turn signal and hazards. Iit is located in the under drivers dash box. Remove the single visible screw (phillips head) and the fuse box will slide down (somewhat) on rails. The flasher unit is the larger of the black boxes that plug into the fuse box on the right side. I hope this is correct its been a while scence I work on this yr. model.
Toyota Corolla has been around long enough that many owners find
themselves needing to replace the factory stereo. Installing a new
stereo in the Toyota Corolla gives improved sound and updated
features. Swapping out the stereo in the Toyota Corolla takes basic
tools and less than an hour. This article covers models from 1990 to
the hood and remove the negative battery cable from the terminal.
Apply the parking brake and place the car
> Remove the trim from
around the stereo by prying with your fingers at one corner. Some
early models have two screws at the top of the trim piece to remove
first. Allow the trim to hang on the drivers side of the dash if
it's connected to the cigarette lighter.
> Locate and remove the
four screws holding the stereo in place. Pull the radio out of the
dash and disconnect the wires from the back of the head unit.
> Connect the wiring
harness adaptor to the original harness and let it hang from the
dash. Slide the new stereo into the Toyota radio mounting kit, which
is a thin metal cover and secure it per the manufacturer's
instructions. Most adaptors have screws to hold the stereo in place,
however some have clips, which engage automatically. >Plug the wiring harness
adaptor and antenna wire into the back of the new head unit and push
the entire assembly into the dash. Reconnect the negative battery
cable and turn the radio on.
> Ensure all of the stereo
controls and speakers are working. Secure the radio in the dash with
the original four screws and replace the trim.
good day Sir, In order to gain access to the rear of the stereo for either connection
to, or replacement of the factory unit, you must first remove the panel
surrounding the (manual) gear stick. This should not be attempted with
any form of 'level' to avoid damage to the dash finish. To remove the
surround simply press fingers into the gear gaiter to gain purchase
behind the panel and firmly 'pull' the panel toward you to disengage
from the clips that hold it in place. The main panel above requires
removal which involves location and loosening (not necessarily removal)
of two hex headed screws approximately 6 inches (150mm) down from the
head unit behind the panel, which screw the vertical metal plates
holding the panel to the under dash mountings. To gain access to the
screws push the two stops on the glove box inwards to allow the glove
box to swing downwards. On the other side remove the small panel under
the steering column Once loosened, the entire stereo/ heater control
panel may be pulled toward you to disengage the clips that hold it in
position. Reassembly is the reverse of removal, ensuring that the screw
slots are properly engaged before final tightening of screws and
reinstallation of gear stick surround.i hope this will help you
If you are talking about an aftermarket deck, go to a stereo shop and buy the wiring adapter. Follow the easy to use directions and it turns into a very easy wiring job. I've installed several stereos over the last few years and the adapters are the only way to go.
dear friend-i do not think the oil comes from the hear gasket but rather from the distributor,make sure that the oil is not running down onto the head gasket and the shows as a oil leak from the gasket.