1993 Toyota Corolla Repair and Maintenance Costs
A guide to repairs, service, and maintenance costs for your 1993 Toyota Corolla
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1993 Toyota Corolla ProblemsEngine Won't Crank Due To Starter
If the engine will not crank over, the most common problem is the starter. These will tend to go out at about 100,00-125,000 miles. Sometimes it is only the starter solenoid, but often the complete starter (including solenoid) needs to be replaced.
At higher mileages, (125,000-150,000) the automatic transmission may not shift correctly. This can be caused by the throttle position sensor being out of adjustment or a shift solenoid needing to be replaced. Typically the transmission does not need to be completely overhauled.
There are occasional reports of daytime running light problems.
1993 Toyota Corolla Questionsjust had tuneup it run's fine on road but come to stop it start's sputter,dies (1 answer)
was told some kind of senor
my 93 corolla with 250,000 miles
after running for 15 minutes,started
jumping ..runing fast then stopped-
after 30 minutes and so restarted
and drive for another 15-20 minutes
The car starts up and idals fine but when I try to accelerate it skips.. Changed the Cadillac converter fuel filter fuel pump..
1993 Toyota Corolla RecallsSeat Heater Wiring Shorts And Causes Fire
For vehicles equipped with aftermarket accessory seat heaters, the seat heater elements may short circuit when the seat cushion is compressed, and result in a fire hazard. Dealers will disconnect the seat heaters and refund the purchase price of the seat heaters free of charge to resolve the concern,
Toyota is recalling 1993-1994 Corolla models because an unused harness connector for power windows, power door locks, and sunroof was improperly routed under the floor carpet in the left kick panel. In cold weather areas where road salt is used, the water from a driver's foot can penetrate the carpet, drop onto the connector, and form a salt bridge between the terminals. This can cause an electrical short, which may result in a fire. Dealers will remove the unused harness connector.