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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1995 Toyota Corolla Door Handle
It's advanced. Briefly, you'll have to take the door panel off, and then disconnect the door handle linkages, and then unbolt the door handle from the inside. You'll have to manuver around the window and window regulator and wires and swtiches. And that's after you successfully remove the door panel itself, which in itself can be quite trickly without advance tools. At this time you **** your new door handle (hopefully it's paint matched) and hook everything back up. If you'd like to tackle it, you could get more detailed info.
Posted on Feb 10, 2009
This type information can be easily found in your owner's manual. If you do not have one, I suggest you get one. Dealer can order you one or you may find one at a salvage yard. Also search on line for a down loadable copy. Some manufactures do have these on line. Sounds like traction control.
I checked the owners manual and this indicates that there is rear lght failure. It lights up on mine and there is no light failure of any sort.
Posted on Jun 28, 2009
You need to pull the plastic covers from above and below the steering wheel off. Then put your key in the ignition and turn it to the acc position, then there is a small button either on the top or bottom of the tumbler assembly, it will be inset and you will need a small pointy screwdriver or something to reach it. When you push the button the ignition assembly and the key will come out together
Posted on Jul 24, 2009
P2716 Pressure Control Solenoid "D" Electrical (Shift Solenoid Valve SLT).
There are 3 things it could be.
It could be your ECM, shift solenoid valve SLT, or open or short in the circuit. I would just recommend saving the hassle and taking it to an ASE qualified mechanic.
Here is what is happening...
The linear solenoid valve (SLT) controls the transmission line pressure for smooth transmission operation based on signals from the throttle position sensor and the vehicle speed sensor.
Posted on Oct 19, 2009
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