2004 Toyota Corolla - Answered Questions & Fixed issues


Find and press your TRC button this turns the TR-action C-ontrol back on, and should turn off, the V-ariable S-tability C-ontrol light and the A-ntilock B-rake S-ystem light. If it does not rengage have the traction control switch checked

2004 Toyota... | Answered on Sep 29, 2018 | 1,868 views


Sounds like the door gasket or trunk gasket is not sealing.
You may have to take it to a body shop to find the problem.

2004 Toyota... | Answered on Feb 20, 2018 | 526 views


should be a fuse panel on the inside of your car usually drivers side there is a panel that comes off to give you access if it is not there there's a fuse panel outside under the hood drivers side near battery

2004 Toyota... | Answered on Jan 30, 2018 | 73 views


check your belts and when the car is started take off the negative terminal if the car cuts out you have an alternator problem

2004 Toyota... | Answered on Jan 30, 2018 | 59 views


Take it to AutoZ for free check up..they may be able to connect to their diagnostics tool to tell you what is triggering this...also perhaps you can find your access to the engine control module which will have a blinking LED which will tell you the error codes that will point you to what's wrong.

2004 Toyota... | Answered on Dec 27, 2017 | 86 views


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2004 Toyota... | Answered on Mar 30, 2019 | 1,341 views


Fixya is unable to source parts.

2004 Toyota... | Answered on Nov 20, 2017 | 43 views


power to the ac compressor is the problem
could be the thermostat relay or what you have the ac set at
the ac will cycle if the cabin temp is at the setting
if you have climate control it will cycle as well

2004 Toyota... | Answered on Nov 16, 2017 | 87 views


The problem sounds like intermittent power supply. There might be an inline fuse which sometimes does cause problems. Remove the radio and check the power line to see if there is such a fuse. If so, remove and clean it with a bit of sandpaper, put it all together and see if it helps.
Sorry, can't be more helpful.

2004 Toyota... | Answered on Aug 29, 2017 | 414 views


No. If the compressor is bad no cold air at all. Sounds like the door that regulates the inside temperature might not be moving correctly. There's a chance that the cable is no longer connected to that door.

2004 Toyota... | Answered on Jun 27, 2017 | 67 views


You don't fix just one, you replace them all at once and if the cam lobes are worn, the camshafts too.

2004 Toyota... | Answered on Jun 27, 2017 | 168 views


Replace the fuel injectors.

2004 Toyota... | Answered on May 02, 2017 | 301 views


How much wear is there on the clutch packs in the transmission? How are the bushings? Do you want a warranty? What is the blue book value on the car? Can you recoup the cost of a new tranny if you have to sell it or scrap it? Those are issues that you need to decide before you say no to the R/R transmission.

2004 Toyota... | Answered on Apr 29, 2017 | 52 views


It's not the air conditioning because the problem happened after a rainfall. The air conditioning would cause a wet rug while the air is on and it is very warm and humid outside. Then I could see a plugged drain causing the issue. It may be a leak around the windshield area or sunroof if you have one.
Start your car and put your fan on high. close the windows and doors. Spray a soap and water solution around the outside of the car starting around the windshield area. Look for bubbles forming. When you find the bubbles you found your leak.

2004 Toyota... | Answered on Apr 10, 2017 | 245 views


The converter was clogged probably due to rich exhaust. U have emissions codes in your ecm which says the emissions are still not within spec or a second problem exists. The ecm needs to be scanned and the live readings of the sensors must be read to get a head start on the problem. It doesn't necessarily have to be an electronic problem. (leaking injectors,O2 sensors, plugs ect) I advise u to take it in unless u know someone who can handle it outside a shop.

2004 Toyota... | Answered on Mar 03, 2017 | 145 views


I would say you have either a bad seal on the windshield or the seal on the passenger door opening.

2004 Toyota... | Answered on Dec 18, 2016 | 1,020 views


It's most likely the left wheel bearing that's causing the noise, when turning to the right the weight of the car shifts to the left placing more load on the left wheel bearing and takes load off the right bearing.

2004 Toyota... | Answered on May 08, 2016 | 627 views


If this happening with all the doors when it happens, I would suspect the lock relays are getting old and tired. Replace the power lock relay or relays.

2004 Toyota... | Answered on May 01, 2016 | 120 views

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