Changing the Serpentine Belt on a Corolla?

Answer A single serpentine belt drives the alternator, power steering pump, air conditioning compressor and water pump in a Toyota Corolla engine. Over time, this belt will deteriorate and stretch out, re... Read More »

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How to Replace the Serpentine Belt in a Toyota Corolla?

A drive belt runs different engine accessories on a vehicle. The drive belt is called a serpentine belt when it winds around various pulleys under the hood. Later Toyota Corolla models have a singl... Read More »

2007 1.8 Corolla Serpentine Belt Install?

The serpentine belt on a 1995 Toyota Corolla equipped with a 1.8-liter engine runs the air conditioner, the radiator fan, the alternator and the water pump. Since the belt weaves in and out of the ... Read More »

How to Replace a 2003 Corolla Serpentine Belt?

Replacing the serpentine belt (fan belt) on your Toyota Corolla is a routine maintenance task, one for a knowledgeable do-it-yourself mechanic. If your serpentine belt shows signs of aging like fra... Read More »

How to Replace a 1998 Toyota Corolla Serpentine Belt?

The serpentine belt on the Toyota Corolla is located on the passenger side of the engine; it controls engine components such as the alternator and the power steering pump. Replacing the serpentine ... Read More »