I have first tried resoldering it by myself with no luck, so I had to ask my friend - soldering guru. Some components may have multiple fuses, so make sure you check all of the fuses that are linked to the component in question. Just make sure to run an with a on the amplifier turn on wire. I'd never soldered before never mind taken a radio apart! I can not see me doing a trade-in either. I feel the glass is not as good as it used to be. Toyota will notify their owners.
It's a different problem to Tommy's sorry for hijacking buddy but very similar Is there any way you have done something like this by mistake? Anyone know why this keep happening? I have not been able to get the car to start since. Replacing O2 sensors cleared it up. When I turn on the radio and Cd player, the display works and shows that the system is in operation. Now viwed from the top and front you will see a heat sink that supports 4 big transisters , re-solder all legs of these transisters 3 legs each this has cured the problem twice for me now. Roomy inside without feeling large outside, the Toyota Corolla is also impressively quiet. Do you think your fix above will work for this? Owners may contact Toyota customer service at 1-888-270-9371, Lexus customer service at 1-800-255-3987 or Pontiac customer service at 1-800-762-2737.
The vehicle was not repaired. This should then allow you to gently ease the radio unit clear of the facia plate and cd. Once out, remove the radio lid and the facia housing the controls, this just snaps out of retainers that you systematically release with a screwdriver. A few days ago we started the car up and noticed it was a bit sluggish to start. Had a second O2 sensor installed. The recall began January 23, 2019. Have you managed to solve the problem? Overall, though, the Corolla is a fine choice.
The manufacturer was not made aware of the failure. Toyota is recalling certain model year 2003-2004 Corolla and Corolla Matrix vehicles and 2003-2004 Pontiac Vibe vehicles. There was no loud noise when this happened, it is not the timing chain, the starter and battery are brand new, there was no hesitation and no trouble when starting it up. I had read your solution but was waiting to build up the courage to try it. He has done it properly and the radio has been working ever since! Dec 09, 2008 Most likely a blown fuse. The vehicle was not repaired.
Lost one radiator mount on long trip due to this. Automotive wiring in a 2004 Toyota Corolla vehicles are becoming increasing more difficult to identify due to the installation of more advanced factory oem electronics. We contacted Toyota in West palm beach Florida and they refused to further investigate this issue because the car is too old. Did not respond to a jump. Car just went over 100K miles. I'm not 100% sure, but typically on the side of the dash where it would be covered by the drivers side door or under the hood you'll find the fuse box. I have taken it on highway, town, dirt roads, and back roads and she still keeps me dry, moving and happy! However now have intermettant problem with engine light coming on.
As for the edge of the speakers being flush against the mounting surface, it is recommended that you have zero gaps to achieve the best bass output. I was not aware that there was problem. I get new Terminals, and still the old wiring did not look bad. I have a manual, that shifts smoothly. We look forward to helping everyone with their car repairs and questions, but please take the time to read this sidebar. This problem was discovered at the dealership when I took it in for routine maintenance.
If you can disconnect it then remove the radio fuse. The electrical short may create an abnormal current flow and increased heat which can damage the circuits. I'm like 99% sure it's blown. After all events, death and accidents related to Toyota unexpected acceleration, I believe this incident needs a deep investigation but I don't know how to proceed about it or if I should ignored and just fix the car. Note ; it is not necassary to remove the cd player from facia plate. Posted on Mar 11, 2010 I was one of the original people to post on this on the 11 Mar 2010. Tried it started right up so I started testing this, let it run for a minute long enough for the solenoid to get hot.
Tests have the catalytic converter being likely ok, but an oil leak is the likely cause of the light. By making a good attempt to narrow down where and what may be causing the problem you save those trying to help many steps in diagnosing the problem. Also I suspect that the ground wire to the starter may have been the problem from the beginning, as it was quite corroded. Assembly is reverse of reassembly plug in and check out those sounds, Posted on Mar 10, 2012 The issue i am having is as follows: Radio works when I start the car, but within about 20-30 secs there will be a popping sound and the lights of display go and not sound comes out radio. Most repairs have already been covered multiple times somewhere in great depth that will satisfy your needs. Treat those asking for help with respect, and answer without bias toward them, their situation, or their knowledge or lack thereof about the repair issues.
The cable coming from the Car Radio terminates in a 12 pin female socket. Dealers will replace the passenger side front air bag, free of charge. I was asking to see if anyone could help me out as I want to get it fixed but don't know what to do. I followed Kevans instructions - not knowing anything about soldering pcb's. Decided to, frustratingly retrace all my steps. The Modified Life staff has taken all its Toyota Corolla car radio wiring diagrams, Toyota Corolla car audio wiring diagrams, Toyota Corolla car stereo wiring diagrams, Toyota Corolla car radio wiring schematics, Toyota Corolla car wiring diagrams and cataloged them online for use by our visitors for free.