How to Ignition Time a 1987 Toyota Corolla?

Answer The ignition timing in your Toyota Corolla determines when the spark in its internal combustion engine will occur. You should routinely adjust the ignition timing to its proper setting to keep the ... Read More »

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How do I Change 1987 Toyota Corolla Shocks?

The front suspension of a 1987 Toyota Corolla uses a MacPherson strut and coil, whereas the rear suspension uses a separate shock absorber and coil spring. These rear shocks wear down, and when the... Read More »

How to Replace a Cooling Sensor on a 1987 Toyota Corolla?

The coolant temperature sensor on the 1987 Toyota Corolla sends a signal to the computer, telling it the temperature of the engine. This should not be confused with the coolant temperature sender, ... Read More »

How much radiator fluid is needed for a 1987 Toyota Corolla?

A 1987 Corolla that is front drive needs a total 1¾ gallons of 50/50 radiator fluid. A 1987 Corolla that is rear drive needs a total 1½ gallons of 50/50 radiator fluid.Source:Radiator Repair Info... Read More »

How to Remove the Water Pump on a 1987 Toyota Corolla?

Water pump failure on the 1987 Toyota Corolla leads to engine overheating. This can be dangerous for your car's engine, because if you allow the vehicle to overheat continuously, you risk ending up... Read More »