Question about 1997 Toyota Corolla
Under the intake manifold, airbox must be removed to get to the top 14 mm bolt that is hidden behind the wiring harness bracket on the top of the trans. 2nd 14mm bolt is accessed from under the car and is right above the axle. if you remove the r/s splash shield you should be able to sneak the starter out from there by kind of sliding it along the axle if you don't want to remove the axle itself. it is a little tight but it will come out that way
Posted on Dec 20, 2008
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