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Re: 1992 toyota corolla starter replacement
If you like doing your own repairs, I'd like to recommend having a Haynes service manual on hand; it will give you all the info you need to do home-based repairs:
'92 Toyota Corolla manual
We have a manual for each of our vehicles and even when a job is destined for a workshop, you can get a rough idea of how much labor it entails and therefore how much it should cost.
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The starter motor is located on the rear of the engine under the inlet manifold and is bolted to the bell housing part of the transmission. There will be a thick battery cable attached to the solenoid mechanism which is past of the starter.
it sounds like your starter is no good and if that is the case you will have too pull your starter and replace it with a new one. The problem is starters can run up too the cost of $200.00 but there easy too replace most of the time.
The fuel filter may be at the end of it's life and needs to be replaced. Try replacing the fuel filter first, Auto Zone will have the fuel filter and can give you the step by step instructions to getting the job done with common tools. Good luck and keep me posted
You can pick up an entire re manufactured axle assembly at your local
auto parts store. In order to replace the assembly you will need to
disconnect the tie rod end and the ball joint. Remove the spindle nut.
Push the axle stub out of the hub. Now with a suitable container under
the axle to catch spilled fluid pry the axle from the transmission
housing. Install is the reverse of removal. For more detailed
instructions and diagrams go to www.autozone.com vehicle repair guides.