Question about 1993 Toyota Corolla
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You can do this one yourself if you want it does not require removing the steering wheel. just the plastic housing from the steering column.
remove housing/cover. then look at housing with cylinder lock assem. on bottom about 1.2 inches or so from the end of the lock assembly you will see a very small hole insert metal pin into hole and push in while turning the key in the ignition backwards to accessory positionyou will feel the pin your pushing move in a bit, then you should be able to pull the cylinder assembly out. insert new assembly with key in the same position and turn forward this will install your new assemlby then reassemble your plastic column covers.
Posted on May 26, 2009
In 1998 the 1zz-fe engine was intoduced. Toyota only added variable valve timing in the 2000-2002 1zz Corolla engines. Same engine same parts and components
Computers should not need swapped but you could go to the dealer and ask for the part number for 1998-2002 ECU's for Corolla. This is the electronic control modul on the car that runs the engines.It is usually located under the dash by the passengers side glove box.
Posted on May 27, 2009
SOURCE: I need to replace the
Pay someone. This is a difficult job that should take a trained technician in a well equipped shop 5-6 hours to complete. That does not include having the flywheel resurfaced. Unless you are very organized, have adequate tools, torque specs, knowledge of what parts to replace and inspect while in there, and what not to destroy when removing the transmission and what to replace when putting it back together, you might get in over your head rather quickly. I am not out to doubt anyone's ability but this is not a as simple as an oil change or a brake job that even a novice can perform in a driveway unless you are 100% positive you are up to the task of removing the transmission, properly replacing the clutch and reinstalling the transmission I advise you not to open that can of worms until you are better trained. There are a ton of snags that you can and will run into during this job and you will need to know what to do. You can't get everything from a manual or how-to book.
Posted on Oct 02, 2010
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