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How do i drain the coolant in my 1993 corolla

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The easiest way is to get a bucket , jack up the car and pull the bottom radiator hose

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Where is the block drain for coolant on this car?

Removing the bottom hose to radiator will accomplish the drain.

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Where is the radiator drain plug on a 1993 Toyota Corolla?

Hi there,

For most Toyota radiators I know, the plug is in the center at the bottom of the radiator housing. If you cannot locate it, then simply remove the bottom radiator hose to drain the radiator. Keep in mind that you may need to replace the hose clamp if it has the one-use factory style clamp.

The drain plug is directly below your upper radiator hose at the bottom of the radiator. You can start by disconnecting the battery ground cable.

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How to Change Headlights in a Toyota Corolla. :--- the procedure is as follows:-------- 1)Unfasten the battery cables on the Toyota Corolla with an open end wrench and remove the battery from the engine compartment. Set the cables aside so that they do not come into contact with each other or any metal parts. 2)Remove the coolant and water containers that are in the engine compartment near the front of the motor by undoing the brackets that are holding them in place with a socket wrench and moving the containers aside. They only need to be moved enough to provide you access to the area behind the headlamps and do not need to be drained.3)Locate the headlight plug on the back of the headlight and turn the plug 1/4 turn counter-clockwise to loosen the plug. Then pull it straight back to detach it from the headlight.4)Locate the clip on the side of the plug and push it in and up to detach the old headlight bulb. Take the old bulb out of the plug and place the new bulb in the plug using a clean cloth to handle the bulb.5)Push the new bulb in to the plug and turn it until you hear the clip lock into place. Insert the plug into the back of the head light assembly and turn it 1/4 turn clockwise to secure the plug. 6)Repeat this procedure with the other headlight bulb and then move the coolant and water containers into place and secure then to the vehicle. Put the Toyota Corolla battery back in the engine compartment and reattach the battery cables. Thats it. This will help. Thanks please keep updated.please do rate the solution positively .thank you for using fixya

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My heat doesn't work in my 1993 toyota corolla

Could be vapor lock, or air lock/bubble. First make sure the coolant is topped off, never do this when the car is hot! Take off the radiator cap and poor in anti-freeze, replace cap, now start the vehicle COLD remove cap and pour in more anti freeze if needed. When the engine runs it will **** anti-freeze(coolant) and therefore you may need to pour in a little more. Now wait until the car is hot and check for heat. If you have ever heard a gargling sound or bubbling when you turn your car off, this is a sign of low coolant and or air lock. If you still do not have heat, make sure your coolant lines by the engine are connected as well as any electrical wires going to your temp control valve located between your coolant hoses where coolant runs through it. If you still do not have heat, your water pump may be failing, how ever if your engine does not overheat, then do not replace it. Lastly there is a control valve that opens and closes a flap door to allow/block heat. If this controller failed then you will need to have it replaced.

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Hello my car didnt have a coolant issue until a guy at autozone told me to put block sealant in the radiator.My 93 toyota corolla holds coolant but it leaks out after two days. And the coolant gauge...

take your car to a real shop and have them pressurize
the coolant system and look for where the coolant leaks,then you'll know exactly what needs to be repaired.take it to a shop you trust.

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The thermostat is located directly under the distributor cap, on the end of the cylinder head. Easy to remove/replace. Drain the coolant, remove the 2 nuts that holds the housing on, and remove it. The thermostat stays in the cyl head, just pull it out. Note that the "Wiggle-Valve" must be placed at the 12 oclock/straight up position. Hope this helps, in lieu of a picture.
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