How to Remove the Starter From a 1997 Corolla?

Answer Your 1997 Toyota Corolla won't start. All you hear is a clicking sound when you turn the key. If the battery is OK, the next logical place to check is the starter motor. When the starter won't star... Read More »

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How to Change a Starter in a 1997 Toyota Corolla?

Replacing the starter motor in your 1997 Toyota Corolla yourself can save you from incurring a large repair bill from a garage or dealership. The starter is situated in the front of the engine comp... Read More »

How to Remove a Corolla Starter?

Starting your car every morning can be taken for granted, but the first time you go to turn the key to set yourself off to work and the starter doesn't engage, it's the start of a bad day. The star... Read More »

How to Remove a Starter From a 2000 Corolla?

The 2000 Toyota Corolla engine sits transversely or sideways in the engine compartment to accommodate the front wheel drive layout of the drive train. The starter motor on this car is in the front ... Read More »

How to Remove a Starter in a 2002 Corolla?

When the starter in your 2002 Toyota Corolla starts to display signs of wear such as dragging, intermittent functioning or failure to function, it is time to remove the starter from the car and ben... Read More »