Its 4 cylinder, double overhead camshaft naturally aspirated engine has 4 valves per cylinder and a displacement of 1. Claimed weight at the kerb is 990 kg. The fuse forthe radio is in the interior fuse box behind the small storage bin. Auckland, New Zealand: Publications 2008 Ltd. I am running Shell Rotella and so far have used about a pint in 700 miles.
The Sprinter, exclusive to Japanese dealerships was renamed the and was modified from a sedan to four-door hatchback. Until it started burning oil faster then on open pit of flames. The Courtesy Cab company 1st video clip on the page uses this religiously in all of their cabs and avoids major injection cleaning from this product. Torque to specs, do not overtighten. This is optional but it helps imo since I always see some crud come out while draining and I do this. Stuff like that lasts me practically forever, my snowblower started on the first pull after sitting all year.
The one I follow is as follows: First off, be sure to purchase the correct oil for the car 5W-30 iirc and have a new crush washer for the drain bolt. While there is a fuse panel under the dash, the fuse for the radiois under the hood behind the battery. Start with the longest line first R-R. Appropriate one will be sent based on your vehicle. The entire oil change process should be around 30 mins if you know what you're doing and have everything. I have already changed the pcv valve also.
The owners manual does not identify the specific fuse. Just pour in with old oil, let idle around 15 minutes do not drive! The facelift also saw Toyota's own 2. The Sprinter Carib wagon was identical to the European Corolla wagon and was only available in Japan as a Sprinter. So far in 1100 miles I've used a pint or so which is respectable. I still smell oil smoke with hard acceleration but at 121,000 miles it's not brand spanking new anymore. Great hot and cold start protection. I was wondering if this is true about making sure the the corners have the rtv sealent on them, because that is where the leak is starting from; the front corner and then leaking back until it gets to the back right bolts.
It was a blue 15-amp fuse on the far right bottom corner. In addition to the bigger 1. Bought this 1998 Corolla brand new, has less than 55,000 miles and now suddenly has no oil reading on the dip stick. The car now has 120,000 miles and oil usage varies between 1000-1500 miles per quart. I expected to drive this car forever, still looks new inside and out including the engine. The car originally got 36 mpg.
This power is transferred to the wheels by means of a 5 speed manual gearbox. I'm almost positive it has to do with the pistons, and reading others' complaints have reaffirmed my beliefs. It became popular so much, that Corolla got into the Guinness Book of Records as the model, that was sold best of all in the world. Answer Fuse panel under the dash. It may be very hard to remove so you might want to look into buying an oil wrench to help make the removal easier. Use an inspection mirror to double check that the gasket is on properly. This generation received a facelift in 1999, featuring a different nose, and the new engines with replacing the old engines, except in Australia.
Remove the screw and the spring clip will come off. Grasp the headlamp electrical connector socket with wires coming out of it and disconnect it by pulling straight back. It was hidden behind alittle flip out door it has a container just big enough to hold aset of keys or small wallet to the left of the steering wheel. GoodluckJoe The oil cap is on the valvecover, might be tight and remember to give the threads a wipebefore re-installing after oil addition. Put back on the oil cap and start up the car. Japanese models were replaced by the E120 in 2000. Toyota Corolla Toyota Corolla is an extra popular compact car, which has been produced since 1966.
Pay what dealers pay by using this option! All were powered by the 1. Order several bottles to keep on hand to use throughout the year. Unlike the Japanese counterparts, the North American Corolla at this time was only offered as a four-door compact sedan. Japanese models received minor changes in April 1997 with new nose, tail, and interior. The same vehicle was used as a , although the North American version was offered in the private car market.
Considering all these facts and also the 50-years history of the model, there has been the great variety of engines for Corolla. The 3-door hatchback was not sold in Japan, Australia or New Zealand. All the smart buyers go with this. Put in the new oil little by little and make sure you're not putting in too much or too little. The check oil light should come on but then go away within 2-3 seconds. Toyota Sprinter Carib Japan This was the last Corolla generation to have an equivalent model, and the Levin sports package upgrade.