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Top speed limiter

How do you remove the top speed limiter on a 94 corolla dx 1.6L automatic?

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You have to a speed cut defender and get it installed you can get these from hks.

Posted on Jun 30, 2008

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I need the list of codes for a 1994 corolla


1.6 GLi COROLLA

DTC NUMBER TROUBLE AREA 12 clip_image001.gifRPM signal 13 clip_image002.gifclip_image002.gifRPM signal 14 IGN signal 16 ECT Signal 21 Oxygen sensor signal 22 Water temperature signal 24 Intake air temperature sensor 25 Air / Fuel ratio lean 31 Vacuum sensor signal 41 Throttle sensor 42 Vehicle speed sensor 43 Starter signal 52 Knock sensor 51 Switch COND

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How to tell the sub-model?


In 1997, the Corolla was available as a Base model, a CE, or a DX. The Base and CE both had a 1.6L 5-speed drivetrain, and the DX had a 1.8L 5-speed. Hope this helps you determine which one you have.

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Speedometerworks, but odometer/tripmeter stopped


The odometer/trip meter work together via a IC and pulse motor. I just replaced the Instrument cluster in my 94 Corolla DX. I purchased a used cluster that had 230,000 miles showing( mine was 199,000). It' a "plug and play" system, electronic analog. The cluster I purchased the trip meter didn't function, I removed the speedometer from the cluster and applied some silicone spray to the plastic gears and now it's working, (the plastic gears are very fragile and after many miles and years they are prone to breakage). If you are lucky this might be a solution, If not buy a used instrument cluster and install it yourself and hope for the best (used). I didn't have a tachometer on my original cluster so I purchased a cluster with a Tach. The 94 DX and LE should be "plug and play",not sure about the CE. The change is quite simple tow screws remove the bezel, 4 screws remove the cluster, unpluy the connectors, 2 white 1 blue.The cluster was $55.00

May 17, 2012 | 1994 Toyota Corolla

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How to remove top speed limiter ae 100 corolla 1.5cc


No such thing is fitted to a modern car if you want a faster car buy a proper british jaguar

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Transmission for my 94 Corolla DX 1.8 liter, wont shift regularly. It will on occasion & sometimes I have to raise the RPM'S quite high let it return to idle speed 2 or 3 times in succession & all...


transmission problem...have it checked out first..tell them to put it on a diagnositc machine...speedometer fails to work??..you might need to replace the speed sensor..

Oct 23, 2010 | 1994 Toyota Corolla

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Audi a4 1995 1,6l no rpm in instrument and warning


If you've just had the instument changed then its probable that the connector has come loose and will have to be re-connected. It could also be that the instument has failed. Take it back to the mechanic who changed the old one. This assumes that the car drives ok and all the fluids are topped up and ok.

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Where are they?


no but u can find them by following the large ac line/hose and the low side port will be the small one follow the small ac line/hose and the high side will be the larger of the two

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