Question about 1996 Toyota Corolla
It's a little hose, but it seems it would be impossible to do w/o either lifting the engine, or removing the power steering pump, or the water pump. There's no leeway for getting one end of the hose over one end, then being able to manipulate the other end of the hose over the other end.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
does it vibrate durreing brak aplicatin, if so probably a out of round rotor,ifatlower speeds just driveing
most ikely a seperated tire
Posted on Jan 03, 2009
Hello. A vibration in the steerign wheel indicates an issue with the front tires. They are either out of balance, and would need to be rebalanced, or it is possible (although remotely) that the tire(s) may be compromised (after hitting a pothole), the belts in the tire may be corrupted. What I would suggest is to take the car to a reputable tire place, and get the balance checked. While the tire is on the balancer, the Tech will be able to see if the tire is out-of-round due to possible road damage. Probably just a tire balance problem. Thanks for choosing FixYA for assistance.
Posted on Feb 03, 2009
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to troubleshoot i would suggest buying a new headlight if the new one works just buy the other one it is not uncommon for just one beam to go out hope this helps regards jim
Posted on Mar 18, 2009
1. Jack up and support car on jack stand. Make sure to chock wheels and or lock the parking brake on.
2. Remove wheel
3. Remove cotter key, castle lock and nut at center of rotor that attaches the axle. - If you lack and impact gun to remove this - it is easier to loosen this nut with all of the wheels on the ground.
4. Remove outer tie rod from spindle, Tap out with hammer. Should not require much force.
5. Remove the single bolt from the lower ball joint and separate from spindle.
6. Pull axle out of spindle and remove from transmission. This may require you to drive this out with a hammer and punch ( I use a brass punch), make sure not to damage threads if you intend to reuse the axle.
To install reverse the procedure. Make sure to replace any cotter key removed with new ones during install.
Torque specs you need are
Ball Joint to Spindle = 91 ftlbs
Tie rod to spindle = 36 ftlbs
Drive axle hub nut = 166 ftlbs
Posted on Jun 07, 2009
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