20 Most Recent 1990 Toyota Corolla Questions & Answers


What is torque head screw setting for daihatsu coure 1996

1990 Toyota... | Answered on Oct 23, 2018


Check coolant temp sensor that send signal to the ECU. Common failed part that acts like choke on older cars.

1990 Toyota... | Answered on Feb 04, 2018


bad plugs coil wires or the engine is off timing

1990 Toyota... | Answered on Jan 30, 2018


check the spark plugs for fire if you have fire then check your fuel system check distributor cap

1990 Toyota... | Answered on Jan 30, 2018


check your fuel system and spark try throwing a little gas in the carburetor and see if it will start if not check for spark take out a plug and ground it turn over the engine there should be spark if it starts after throwing gas in the Carburetor its a problem with your fuel pump

1990 Toyota... | Answered on Jan 30, 2018


seems like you need an alternator try charging your battery star the engine and take off negative cable if engine dies it's your alternator. did you have an alternator light on in the dash

1990 Toyota... | Answered on Jan 30, 2018


Listen, if your fluid is nice and pink and the car is running fine, leave it alone and don't change the fluid. Doing so very often affects the seals due to the presence of a new fluid and leads to leaks, slippage, transmission job!
You have been warned. Good luck

1990 Toyota... | Answered on Sep 10, 2017


if the battery was removed wrong it could have damaged the ecu. the ecu does not like the positive lead removing first. even without the ignition being on a little power still goes into the ecu. you might be able to repair the ecu some ecu's in the old type ecus had a fuse on the ecu board it could of just blown this.

1990 Toyota... | Answered on Jul 20, 2017


is it fuel injected or an older technology car ie carburetor type fuel ?
once I had an older car that had a seal leak in carb and would do this as the fuel would evaporate over night !
had to change the carby over with a reco one.

1990 Toyota... | Answered on Jun 11, 2017


The GRY wire connects to the 7.5A RADIO FUSE in J/B 1

The BLU/YEL wire connects to the 10A DOME FUSE in junction box 2

1990 Toyota... | Answered on May 19, 2017


the spec is .043", for both the V6, and the Inline 4. The theory behind enlarging gaps, is that a larger gap creates a larger spark, thus more effecient ignition. The problem is, your ignition system was designed for the .043" spark plug gap, not larger. Enlarging the gap puts a greater strain on your ignition system components, and it may not be strong enough to jump a larger gap. The result would be less efficient combustion, or a cylinder(s) that won't fire at all. Pull your plugs, and set them at .043". Check the distributor cap, rotor, wires, and your filters. Make sure the car is totally warmed up before the smog test. Good luck.

1990 Toyota... | Answered on Jun 04, 2016


Its the brake pedal switch under the dash. My 1989 did the same thing.

1990 Toyota... | Answered on Apr 06, 2016


91 is ok to run as long as it's not ethanol!! 95 is better but more expensive...

1990 Toyota... | Answered on Feb 06, 2016


Check the autozone website and register the car information. This will give you access to an online repair manual. It's a very handy resource that you should find useful. Sure hope so anyway and best wishes.

1990 Toyota... | Answered on Oct 18, 2015


Check condition of air cleaner, spark plugs, fuel filter and timing. Routine maintenance will rule out the obvious, after that you can look for other reasons if the same condition continues.

1990 Toyota... | Answered on Oct 13, 2015


Most likely the calipers need to be replace.

1990 Toyota... | Answered on Sep 25, 2015


Combination of brake and battery light mean the alternator is not charging. after you wait for a wile the battery recover some power and will run again but as soon the power drop below 9V the engine die. Test the charging system and replace the alternator
Good Luck

1990 Toyota... | Answered on Jun 15, 2015


yes it could be the carb and can also be distributor timing or its sucking air in one of the breather pipes or the manifold gaskets isn't as good anymore again resulting in air suction so first check the pipes then spray some carb cleaner in the carb and hold the rpm at about 2500 or try revving it up to 4500 gradually and choke it on top of the carb with your cause it might be dirt stuck in carb

1990 Toyota... | Answered on Jun 12, 2015

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