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

Answer 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 »

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How to Replace the Oxygen Sensor on a 2000 Toyota Corolla?

Your 2000 Toyota Corolla's oxygen sensor gathers information about the exhaust coming out of the engine. It then sends this information to the Corolla's computer, called an electronic control unit.... Read More »

How to Replace the Mass Air Flow Sensor in a 2006 Toyota Corolla?

Toyota released the subcompact Corolla in the U.S. for the 1968 model year, two years after the Japanese release of the vehicle. The Corolla was in its ninth generation by time the 2006 model year ... Read More »

How to Ignition Time a 1987 Toyota Corolla?

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 »

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 »