Question about 2000 Toyota Corolla
Well, let me try to take a stab at it---It's now March 27, 2009, and there is no update to your snake. This probably means that the viper has taken a leave of absence of his mortal coil (pun intended).
That means there is no need to disassemble the dash, nor keep worrying about the baby snake. The snake has, by now, become part of the 2005 Toyota Corolla record of natural history!
Unless the snake has ASI certification, "she" will not be able to ascertain the color coding of the wiring harness, it's origins, or it's constituents, or follow it through the firewall to the engine compartment.
As far as falling and being concealed, that would be a miraculous event, and I cannot imagine that a Corolla could be privvy to that type of situation. But, I know that God works in strange and mysterious ways! He brought me to answer your question, did He not?
Posted on Mar 27, 2009
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