Can a 94 corolla 1.6L interchange with A 96 corlla 1.8L?
Not without changing an unreasonable amount of other parts.
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Remove the positive battery cable from your 1997 Toyota Corollabattery. Tighten the starter with the retaining bolts. Attach thecables to the front of the starter. Reattach th…e positive cable tothe battery.
It seems to be directly under the intake manifold, which is closestto the firewall, if you from the drivers side fender you can seeabout half of it through the holes in the in…take manifold
Answer . \nYour car is a Geo Prizm and not a Chevrolet. It is in reality a re-badged Toyota Corolla, built in California at the NUMMI plant. The 1.8 engine was only availa…ble in 1994 on the LSI as an option. The base car had only the 1.6. Under the hood you should find a placard with the engine size listed.
Oil leaks? Yes! I "own" three Sentra 200SX with 1.6L engines. Two 1995 SE and one 96. I am presently fixing the oil leaks on the 96. I did the other two last summer. The Nissa…n 1.6L engines used in the Sentra models develop oil leaks in these places over time. That includes the 200SX with the 1.6L. The end result is oil loss that will coat the engine/components and primarily the right side of the car, both underneath and often along the lower right side and back in really bad cases. The crankshaft oils seals are known to leak after approx 100,000 miles. The Harmonic Balancer (fan belt pulley) end of the engine will have lots of oil and road grit around the oil pan, air conditioning compressor, power steering pump and other area in the engine bay due to wind spread. This seal can be replace without removing the engine. Remove the harmonic balancer bolt and use a pulley puller. If the seal mating surface is grooved replace the balancer too or the new seal will fail soon. The transmission "bell housing" will weep oil and or trans fluid if the rear crankshaft seal or the transmission seal develops a leak. This seal is much larger than the front seal so it lasts longer and need replacing less often. The transmission will need to be removed from the car to reach these seals. The oil pan is sealed with silicone engine sealant and will dry out and leak also. Sometimes the leak looks like it is the front or rear seal (pulley or transmission end of engine) but it may be the oil pan leaking and dripping into the pressure plate inspection plate or the pulley. The oil pan can be removed and resealed without removing the engine or transmission but it is a little tricky. Dropping the engine's under brace and exhaust pipe is recommended. Additional engine/transmission support is needed to do that. While you are under the car look near the oil filter. Above and forward (toward the fan belt is forward) and see if there is oil dripping from the oil pressure sending unit wire. It will leak into the electrical connector. Squeeze it and see if oil seeps out. If so replace the sending unit. It looks kind of like a spark plug screwed into the block. Near the oil filter you will see the power steering pump mounted to the side of the pulley end of the engine and it is over the right CV drive axle and has several hoses connected. One larger hose is a none pressure hose that gravity feeds the pump from the fluid reservoir mounted above it on the passenger side wheel well in the engine bay. This hose eventually leaks and drips power steering fluid everywhere! It is a molded hose from the dealer parts dept. and relatively easy to replace. Messy but do-able.. Now the top side of the engine. The valve cover has a rubber gasket that shrinks over time in that hot engine bay. Take a Phillips head screw driver is see how loose the screws holding it are. Really loose hu? You can tighten them but you should replace it because it shrunk and that makes the screws loose.. You will need some silicone engine sealant each side of the distributor bridge at the driver's side of the cover. Get a manual to make sure you tighten those screws in the correct order.. Distributor "O"ring seal can leak. Two 12MM bolts to remove it and put a new "O"ring on and you are set. Mark the Distributor's position to the bridge bracket BEFORE you loosen those screws. Line it back up to the marks so you don't mess up the timing and reset the timing after is even better.. I have posted some photos to my "flickr" site of much of this work on the car including a timing chain replacement. Both chains. Yes, this engine has a lower and upper chain. You can see them here:. http://www.flickr.com/photos/92225127@N00/sets/72157594347547443/
Why would a 96 1.8L automatic transmission Corolla excessively vibrate when the car is in drive or reverse particularly when it is cold but not when in neutral.?
Most likely issue is a motor mount collapsed. The second most likely is a misfire.
It is possible for a 2000 Passat 1.8L to interchange with a 1999version. However, the interchanged numbers must match the olderversion it is being replaced with.
bad engine mounts low rpm old timing belt over charged ac
yes but you will be disappointed
It will be cheaper to spend more money on an identical motor because there will be a different computer & harness and possibly different exhaust, sensors and dash.
no it will not the 96 is the year they changed body styles , and the racks are completely different and not interchangeable
In Geo Prizm
It should. The Prizm uses a Toyota engine. 4AFE for the 1.6L 7AFE for the 1.8L
In Geo Prizm
Answered by this question: Using the vin numbers to tell which model Geo Prizm you have?
the correct motor oil for a Toyota Corolla vvt-i engine 1.8 litre, 2009 onwards is 10W-30 SL
96 and 97 Corolla and Prizm are the same, but, they have an extracrankshaft sensor, that the 93, 94, and 95 does not have,