2006 Toyota Corolla Front Rotor Removal?

Answer The front brake rotors on a 2006 Toyota Corolla will eventually become scratched and scored. Worn rotors may even begin to cause your wheels to shake and shimmy when you stop the car. To service ro... Read More »

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1997 Toyota T100 Front Brake Rotor Removal?

The 1997 Toyota T-100 was equipped with a 2.7-liter four-cylinder engine and two-wheel drive in the base model. A 3.4-liter V-6 was available as an upgrade, as was four-wheel drive. When you replac... Read More »

2004 Toyota Camry Front Brake Rotor Removal?

Brake rotors are large metal discs behind each wheel and are connected to the axle. The brake pads squeeze the brake rotor when you step on the brake pedal, causing the 2004 Toyota Camry to come to... Read More »

How do I Remove the Front Window Trim From a 2006 Toyota Corolla?

If you wish to replace the windshield in your 2006 Toyota Corolla you will first have to remove the front window trim from around the window frame. The process is fairly simple and can be completed... Read More »

Toyota Corolla Front Bumper Removal?

If you are simply replacing your Toyota Corolla's bumper with an aftermarket or customized version, you should only need to remove the bumper cover. If the bumper has been damaged in a collision, y... Read More »