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sounds like the fan motor relay switch its attached to the fan housing unit, or your thermostat is stuck open. refer to you car bible for instructions on how to test your termostat to see if it functioning properly. Hope this was helpful.
on the 5.7L Tundra the starter is located under the vehicle not under the intake. On previous models yes it was under the intake but that was with the 4.7L. I know this because I am currently having fun with an 07 5.7L starter. I've done the 4.7L starter so I know that I am correct
The most comprehensive list that I have found on the model NUMBERS of the Toyota Corolla is on Wikipedia. Your 2007 is likely an E140 or E150 which had just changed from the E120 style of 2002. But go to the site and look at the pictures to verify.
It's a great car... I drove one for years! Awesome design. Just bought another Toyota... the Matrix 5 speed. It is a LOT of fun.
I hope this helps....
best to get a repair manual from your local car parts store,.....it would be very lengthy to try an describe it here,.....those manuals are pretty good and could assist you in further repairs you might have to make. have fun, cracklin joe
Lucasia, please know that if you purchase this car, you will have more fun than you know. Things that you need to know before buying one can be found here: http://wikilec.9600.org/index.php/Buyers_guide
This will help you immensely. Although this car is fun, it can be quite expensive to repair. There are lots of parts that cross-reference to American cars. You can find a cross-reference list here: http://www.gglotus.org/ggpart/m100xref.htm
There are others as well.
Also, if you don't mind working on cars yourself, you can save tons of money! I know I have.
If you decide to buy, ENJOY ENJOY ENJOY! Not only will it be fun to drive, it is a rare car as well - 3855 built - another 800 were built later and those are considered the S2 version (if i remember correctly).