How to Fix a Brake Light on a 1997 Toyota Corolla?

Answer Brake light failure is a common occurrence on vehicles with unsealed taillight assemblies, such as the '97 Corolla. This happens because the gasket that surrounds the assembly on the outside of the... Read More »

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How to Troubleshoot the Brake Caliper on a 1997 Toyota Corolla?

The brake calipers on the 1997 Toyota Corolla are the main braking components that house the brake pads. The calipers are designed to press the outboard brake pad against the brake rotor when the b... Read More »

How to Replace a 1997 Toyota Corolla Tail Light?

The tail light on the 1997 Toyota Corolla is contained within the tail lamp assembly along with the rear turn signal light and the backup light. Replacing these lights requires the removal of the t... Read More »

How to Reset the Check Engine Light on a 1997 Toyota Corolla?

Resetting the check-engine light on your 1997 Toyota Corolla needs to be done after you've finished fixing your Corolla. The check-engine light only comes on when there is a problem with the vehicl... Read More »

Toyota Corolla Brake Light Problems?

Your brake lights warn others of your intent to stop. If the brake lights stop working in your Toyota Corolla, you should not drive the vehicle on public roadways and immediately address the issue ... Read More »