20 Most Recent 1992 Toyota Corolla Questions & Answers

when you replaced the pump you might have left the wire off for the gauge it is attached to the fuel pump check to see if it is plugged in

1992 Toyota... • Answered on Jan 30, 2018

check the ground wires in the trunk

1992 Toyota... • Answered on Jan 30, 2018

should be on the inside of the car on the drivers side should be a panel come out for access

1992 Toyota... • Answered on Jan 30, 2018

The shifter pawl on the trans maybe stuck in between gears from a broken spring? On it but try to remove the neutral safety switch to see if that is frozen it could've become broken and jammed from force applied trying to get the shifter to work and the shift lever will not move also disconnect the linkage and try to shift it from the trans with the neutral safety switch out and try to move the shifter cable it could be frozen or if any work was done the cable could be crimped inside the sheath causing it to not travel freely if it's frozen use a torch on the metal wire part only and gradually heat it and try to move it you must understand that I'm not there so you have to investigate the possibility of all described here yourself to get to the problem I don't think it's internal failure from your description so external investigation will be a big help especially if you have driven in deep snow or a lot of slush good luck stephen

1992 Toyota... • Answered on Jan 04, 2018

When my cars have loose timing belts that usually means the belt has stretched or tensioner may be bad. If the belt was loose it may be a tooth or two off, could be the tensioner. I bought a car once which the people said it had lost power ever sense the timing belt was changed. The shop wanted to charge them another 700 dollars to go back and check. I bought for 800 dollars and found it was 1 tooth off. Ran great after that. Just my thought.

1992 Toyota... • Answered on Jul 30, 2017

Power flows from the battery to the main fuse. Then it flows to the control coil and contact side of the headlight relay. When you turn on the headlights, the headlight switch provides ground to the control coil in the headlight relay and that operates the contacts. The contacts allow power to flow to the right and left hand headlight fuses. Power flows to the headlights. The headlight switch is what provides ground to the high and low beams on the headlights. To diagnose, remove the headlight relay. Using a voltmeter, check for battery voltage on terminals 3 & 4 in the socket with the key in the RUN position. Then turn on the low beams. Test for good ground on terminal 1 in the socket. If you're not getting ground, then you've got a problem with either a bad headlight combo switch or a bad ground. If you get good ground on terminal 1, reinstall the relay, turn on the low beams and test for power in the headlight sockets. If you get battery voltage, that confirms you've got good fuses and wiring up to that point. Next, check for good low beam ground on the red/green wire in the bulb socket. If you're not getting good ground, it's either a bad combo switch or bad ground from the combo switch. Then turn on the high beams and check for good ground on the red/yellow wire in the bulb sockets. It wouldn't hurt to clean the ID ground on the left side of the instrument panel, but based on everything you've said so far, this sounds like a bad combo switch

1992 Toyota... • Answered on Jul 26, 2017

Siunds like a stuck caliber or a bad proportioning valve.

1992 Toyota... • Answered on Jul 09, 2017

Either the return spring on the brake pedal is allowing the brake switch to stay on or the switch needs adjusting.

1992 Toyota... • Answered on Jun 27, 2017

probably need new clutch or flywheel is warped and needs to be machined but both go hand in hand

1992 Toyota... • Answered on Feb 07, 2017

Could be a problem with your ignition system. So you would not be getting spark at the spark plugs. How-to videos everywhere on how to test for spark. If you have no spark at any of the cylinders, then suspect the "ignitor". This little module is what controls the ignition coil on the car, giving you a spark to a spark plug at the right time. Could be something else, too, like the coil, but you could have the ignitor tested for free at any parts store. (On American cars, this module is known as the Ignition Control Module, or ICM.)

1992 Toyota... • Answered on Dec 17, 2016

Visit the on-line store, know as reliable-store, they have the repair manuals. I'm sure you will get the solution of your problem. Best Manuals

1992 Toyota... • Answered on Nov 24, 2016

There is probably a constant wire for possibly a stereo, amp that is connected in straight off the battery. If not, look at your fuse box to see if there are any wires jumping across from one fuse to an other fuses.

1992 Toyota... • Answered on Oct 11, 2016

Both engine control module and harness wiring need to be replaced.

1992 Toyota... • Answered on Sep 02, 2016

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1992 Toyota... • Answered on Feb 09, 2016

The Internet, though, has a large number of web sites where you can buy service manuals and schematics from bookstores, publishers, and other collectors. Here is just a sampling of what sites are out there: Chilton Repair Manuals http://www.chilton.cengage.com/ Haynes Publishing Haynes auto manuals Vintage Books Vintage books com Rare used and out of print books AutoLit http://www.autolit.com/home.htm

1992 Toyota... • Answered on Jan 11, 2016

inding Automobile Repair Manuals Online Example Questions that can be answered by this FAQ: Is there a repair manual for my 1983 Toyota Tercel online? Can you find me an electrical schematic or diagram for my truck on the Internet? Many of our patrons are interested in saving money by repairing their cars themselves. They know from experience that repair manuals and diagrams can make their work a lot easier. When their local library doesn't have the manual they need, they decide to see if they can save a little more money by finding a free copy of the manual or diagram on the Internet. Unfortunately, these materials are almost NEVER available on the Internet for free! The reason for this is that the people who publish the manuals and own the copyright aren't about to give the material away free--they want to get paid for their work!! Also, many of the manuals are so large, it would be very costly to place them online and store all the Web pages or provide access to them from a database. The Internet, though, has a large number of web sites where you can buy service manuals and schematics from bookstores, publishers, and other collectors. Here is just a sampling of what sites are out there: Chilton Repair Manuals (http://www.chilton.cengage.com/) Factory Automanuals (http://www.factoryautomanuals.com/) Haynes Publishing (http://www.haynes.co.uk/) Vintage Books (http://www.vintage-books.com/?page=shop/disp&pid=page_manual&CLSN_2361=13112807922361468d243ba5926542d9) AutoLit.com (http://www.autolit.com/home.htm) RepairManual.com (http://www.repairmanual.com/) You may also want to check out Yahoo's category for Automotive Booksellers, or more general on-line bookstores such as Amazon.com. Don't forget that public libraries are also great places to find such manuals -- many libraries have them in print or on cd-roms. They may also be able to get the manual or diagram you need from another library if you use their Interlibrary Loan Service. Not every library offers this service, but it never hurts to ask if they do! Finally, there are many web sites out there where you can at least ask an automobile expert for advice. AutoGuide.net's Automotive Advice category is a good starting point for finding these services.

1992 Toyota... • Answered on Jan 11, 2016

Google yr make n model. U tube will give u photos n step by step.

1992 Toyota... • Answered on Oct 22, 2015

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