How to Remove an Alternator in a 1993 Corolla?

Answer The alternator mounted to the side of the engine block on a 1993 Toyota Corolla uses the rotational energy created by the serpentine belt to produce electricity to charge the battery and power the ... Read More »

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How to Change the Alternator on a 1993 Toyota Corolla?

The alternator on the Toyota Corolla serves three purposes under the hood of the car. It converts electrical energy from the battery to a form of energy that the car can use, recharges the battery ... Read More »

How to Remove the Alternator From a Corolla?

The alternator on a Toyota Corolla creates electricity that the vehicle uses to power the lights, engine components, as well as charge the battery. Over time, the bearings inside the alternator can... Read More »

How to Remove the Drive Axle of a 1993 Toyota Corolla?

The 1993 Toyota Corrola is a front-wheel-drive vehicle. The engine in the Corolla mounts sideways with the transmission facing the passenger side. The drive axle is the half-shaft that bolts to the... Read More »

How to Remove Inner CV Joints From a 1993 Toyota Corolla?

It often starts with a loud popping sound while you're turning. A worn or damaged constant velocity, or CV, joint. The CV joints provide the flexibility that allows the wheels to turn. The inner CV... Read More »