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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
i have a 97 corolla as well, and i've changed the radio out several times on my own. if you take a small screwdriver and stick it in between the panel that goes around the around the area where the radio is, u should be able to pry it off relatively easy. just be sure to remove the sliders off the AC controls before you do. after you pop that panel off, you just have to disconnect the wiring harnesses going to the clock, hazard lights, rear defroster, and AC button. the radio is bolted in there with a mounting bracket, so you'll have to unscrew that as well. you'll need to unscrew that bracket from the radio you have in there, and mount it to the one you wanna install....hopefully this helps you out. it sounds harder than it really is.
Posted on Sep 17, 2008
SOURCE: GIVE ME A DIANOSTIC CODE PO136
Hi. Here's the description of this code i pulled up out the archives. P0136 - Heated Oxygen Sensor (HO2S) Circuit Bank 1 Sensor 2. i suspect the wires are worn or beginning to separate from the sensor housing.
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Posted on Mar 18, 2009
haha its also so easy to change the 1997 toyota corolla passenger seat first of all buy a new model car after that if you dont have the money then sale thats crolla car buy a new bike or if you want to change the seats of 1997 toyota corolla then purchase the new seats and give the money to workshop man he will change the seats ok.
Posted on Mar 19, 2010
DTC P0136 - Oxygen O2 Sensor Circuit Low Voltage (Bank 1, Sensor 2)
Essentially the same as P0137, a P0136 code refers to the second oxygen sensor on Bank 1. The O2 oxygen sensor produces a voltage between .1 mV and .9 mV. The ECM monitors O2 sensor voltage and determines if exhaust is lean or rich. O2 sensor voltage is high when exhaust is rich and low when exhaust is lean. The ECM monitors this voltage and increases or decreases fuel injector pulsewidth according to engine fuel/air ratio. If the ECM detects low HO2Sensor voltage for an extended period, it will set P0136 Conditions required to set: HO2 sensor voltage is low for longer than 2 minutes (minutes depend on model of vehicle. Could be up to 4 minutes)
There may be no visible symptoms to the driver. Poor fuel mileage, possible misfire, depending on O2 sensor position when sticking.
A code P0136 may mean that one or more of the following has happened:
Faulty O2 sensor leak in exhaust close to O2 sensor
Short to voltage on O2 signal circuit
Open in circuit resistance caused by corrosion in connector
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Posted on Nov 07, 2011
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