Question about 1996 Toyota Corolla
Posted by Anonymous on
I just had one replaced on my 2008 Corolla.
The location of the motor and reservoir is poor. It's on the passenger side of the car, just behind the bumper. Road salt corroded the interior of the pump. I asked the dealer to save it for me, and I also noticed that the motor exterior had cracked in 2 places!
Here's a great Youtube explanation for how the motor or the windshield washer reservoir are replaced.
The cost at my dealer was $ 158.00 Canadian. The part ("genuine Corolla part") was 67.74 which is 3 times overpriced than what you can get it for on ebay or at a local car auto parts dealership (Generic).
This is the 5th item on my car that was either poorly designed or made form poor materials. I'm beginning to think that the Japanese products just aren't what they used to be,especially for a 5 year old car that has only 54,000 KM on it!
Posted on Nov 21, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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