Question about 2007 Toyota Corolla
Make sure the transmission fluid is at the right level and is the right type. Transmissions use the fluid to engage various mechanisms and sometimes low transmission fluid will only effect one gear at first. Also it could the shifting lever adjustment. Make sure all the gears engage as they are supposed to - if they don't work right either, you need to get it adjusted.
Posted on May 18, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1995 Toyota Corolla Door Handle
My husband (who is a weight lifter) managed to bust our door handles three times during the hot summer months. It was about $35 for the not so fancy handles and installation, I think over $50 for someone to do the fancy painted handle (driver's side door). We had it done since I think at least one of the times, the door would have had to be dismantled.
FYI the Toyota dealer said that in the hot summer months, the door handles were the items ordered the most for Toyotas across the board. We don't live in a hot climate anymore, and havent had any problems with melted/broken handles.
Posted on May 22, 2009
If you've already pulled dash apart, check actual blower motor with direct current from battery before reinstalling everything. If dash is still intact, you may be able to rule out actual blower motor failure by again applying direct power from battery (short burst will suffice) - this will require getting right down under the dash with a flashlight & wires.
Also check blower switch for power (some equipped with resistors that can blow) at all settings with a simple volt/amp meter.
Posted on Aug 05, 2009
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can be issue with gears or problem with transmission and needs to be rebuilt.
Also get the tranny fluid checked. If it's low, then such problems
troubleshoot these types of issues, check the actual solved problems with these
types of issues.
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the link below and go through the details and diagrams to troubleshoot the problem:
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