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Open the bonnet to access the engine compartment. Locate the radiator in the front of the engine compartment. There are two hoses that run off the radiator. The bottom hose runs to the water pump and is where the coolant is pushed into the radiator and moves up through the ridges to allow time to cool off. The top hose is the hose that runs to the thermostat housing. Follow the top radiator hose to where it is clamped to the motor and you will notice a housing that the hose is clamped to. The housing can be opened with a socket wrench. This housing contains the thermostat. You may need to remove the radiator hose to access it. Unscrew the hose clamp and pull the hose off the assembly. Once the housing is opened you can pull the thermostat out with your fingers.
Hi, Standing in front of your Corolla with the hood open ,the starter is located right below the intake manifold(curvy tube like looking ) This is in the center of the engine. A plastic water guard underneath the car prevents you from seeing the starter from below. That water shield will need to be removed to access the starter. Wayne
Toyota paint codes are can usually be found either under the hood or on the passenger/drivers side door jamb. Most Toyota paint codes are 3 digits long.
If you can't find your color code on the car your local Toyota dealership (parts department) will be able to tell you your code from your registration or chasis number... Good luck..i hope this helps, please rate me a fixya.