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'04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306)
OPERATION OF INSTRUMENTS AND
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Overview of instruments and controls
Instrument panel overview
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Indicator symbols on the instrument panel
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  • Page 1

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) SECTION − OPERATION OF INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS Overview of instruments and controls Instrument panel overview ........Instrument cluster overview .

  • Page 2: Instrument Panel Overview

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) Instrument panel overview 1. Side defroster outlets 2. Side vents 3. Instrument cluster 4. Center vents 5. Electric moon roof switches 6. Personal lights 7. Power door lock switches 8. Power window switches 9. Glove box 10.

  • Page 3

    11. Ignition switch 12. Cruise control switch 13. Tilt steering lock release lever 14. Interior/instrument panel light control dial 15. Power rear view mirror control switches 16. Toyota vehicle intrusion protection system indicator light 2004 COROLLA from Oct. ’03 Prod. (OM12859U)

  • Page 4: Instrument Cluster Overview

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) Instrument cluster overview "Type A 1. Service reminder indicators and 4. Engine coolant temperature gauge 7. Odometer, two trip meters and outside indicator lights temperature display 5. Fuel gauge 2. Tachometer 6. Trip meter reset knob 3.

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    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) "Type B 1. Service reminder indicators and 4. Engine coolant temperature gauge 7. Odometer, two trip meters and outside indicator lights temperature display 5. Fuel gauge 2. Tachometer 6. Trip meter reset knob 3. Speedometer 2004 COROLLA from Oct. ’03 Prod. (OM12859U)

  • Page 6

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) Indicator symbols on the instrument panel ∗ 1 Low engine oil pressure warning light ∗ 1 Brake system warning light ∗ 1 Anti−lock brake system warning light ∗ 1 Driver’s seat belt reminder light ∗ 1 ∗...

  • Page 7

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) Overdrive−off indicator light ∗ 2 Cruise control indicator light ∗ 1 : For details, see “Service reminder indicators and warning buzzers” on page 88 in Section 1−6. ∗ 2 : If this light flashes, see “Cruise control” on page 102 in Section 1−7.

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    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) 2004 COROLLA from Oct. ’03 Prod. (OM12859U)

  • Page 9: Table Of Contents

    ........... . Toyota vehicle intrusion protection system (TVIP) .

  • Page 10: Keys

    To unlock: Turn the key backward. trunk. need additional keys, duplicates can be Vehicles with power door lock system— made by a Toyota dealer using the key To protect items locked in the trunk when All the doors lock and unlock simulta- number.

  • Page 11

    15 seconds before fading Toyota strongly recommends that all out. (For further information, see “Interior/ children be placed in the rear seat of instrument panel light control”...

  • Page 12

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) LOCKING UNLOCKING WITH POWER DOOR LOCK SWITCH Push the switch. To lock: Push the switch down on the front side. To unlock: Push the switch down on the rear side. Operating the switch simultaneously locks or unlocks all the doors. If you do either of the following, no door can be unlocked with the power door lock switch.

  • Page 13

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) —Wireless remote control The wireless remote control system is CAUTION designed to lock or unlock all the doors or activate the “PANIC” mode Before driving, be sure that the doors from a distance within approximately 1 closed locked, especially...

  • Page 14

    Pushing the “PANIC” switch blows the trol transmitters for the same vehicle. horn intermittently flashes Contact your Toyota dealer for detailed headlights, tail lights, turn signal lights information. and interior light. If the wireless remote control transmitter The “PANIC” mode is used to deter ve-...

  • Page 15

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) If you lose your transmitter, contact your REPLACING TRANSMITTER BATTERY Toyota dealer as soon as possible to For replacement, use a CR2032 lithium avoid the possibility of theft, or an acci- battery or equivalent. dent. (See “If you lose your wireless re- mote control transmitter”...

  • Page 16

    Close the transmitter case securely. After replacing the battery, check that the transmitter operates properly. If the trans- mitter still does not operate properly, con- tact your Toyota dealer. 2. Remove the discharged transmitter bat- 3. Put a new transmitter battery with posi- tery.

  • Page 17: Power Windows

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) Power windows Window lock switch The windows can be operated with the Automatic operation open only): OPERATING PASSENGERS’ switch on each door. Push the switch completely down and then WINDOWS release it. The window will fully open. To The power windows work when the ignition Use the switches on the passengers’...

  • Page 18

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) CAUTION Never leave anyone (particularly a small child) alone in your vehicle, To avoid serious personal injury, you especially with the ignition key still inserted. Otherwise, he/she could must do the following. use the power window switches and Before you close the power win- trapped in a window.

  • Page 19: Trunk Lid

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) Trunk lid— —Lock release lever CAUTION Keep the trunk lid closed while driv- ing. This not only keeps the luggage from being thrown out but also pre- vents exhaust gases from entering the vehicle. To open the trunk lid from the outside, To open the trunk lid from the driver’s insert the master key and turn it clock- seat, pull up on the lock release lever.

  • Page 20

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) —Lock release lever —Internal trunk release handle cancelling system CAUTION Always lock the trunk lid and all doors, and keep away the vehicle keys out of children’s reach. Never leave children unattended in the vehicle. Unsupervised children may lock themselves in the vehicle or trunk and suffer serious injuries or death.

  • Page 21: Toyota Vehicle Intrusion Protection System (tvip)

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) Toyota vehicle intrusion protection system (TVIP) 5. Make sure that indicator light flashes. Then you may leave the ve- hicle. Never leave anyone in the vehicle when you set the system because unlocking from the inside activates the alarm.

  • Page 22: Hood

    3.) Place the ignition switch in the “ON” ly while driving and an accident may position. If the system does not work properly, occur. have it checked by your Toyota dealer. 2004 COROLLA from Oct. ’03 Prod. (OM12859U)

  • Page 23

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) CAUTION After inserting the support rod into the slot, make sure the rod supports the hood securely from falling down on to your head or body. NOTICE Be sure to return the support rod to its clip before closing the hood. Clos- ing the hood with the support rod up could cause the hood to bend.

  • Page 24: Fuel Tank Cap

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) Fuel tank cap This indicates that the fuel filler door 1. To open the fuel filler door, pull the 2. To remove the fuel tank cap, turn is on the left side of your vehicle. lever up. slowly counterclockwise, then pause slightly before removing...

  • Page 25: Electric Moon Roof

    To operate the moon roof, use the several times. If the indicator lamp does switches beside the personal light. not go off, contact your Toyota dealer as The moon roof works when the ignition soon as possible. switch is in the “ON” position.

  • Page 26

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) Tilting operation— Before you close the moon roof, To tilt up: Push the switch on the “UP” always make sure there is nobody side. around the moon roof. You must To lower: Push the switch on the opposite also make sure nobody places his side of the “UP”...

  • Page 27

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) SECTION − OPERATION OF INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS Occupant restraint systems Seats ............Front seats .

  • Page 28: Seats

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) Front seats— Seats —Front seat precautions While the vehicle is being driven, all ve- Driver seat Slightly recline the back of hicle occupants should have the seatback seat. Although vehicle designs vary, upright, sit well back in the seat and prop- CAUTION many drivers can achieve the 250 erly wear the seat belts provided.

  • Page 29

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) —Seat adjustment precautions Front passenger seat Front seats (with SRS side airbags) CAUTION CAUTION CAUTION Do not adjust the seat while the vehicle is moving as the seat may The SRS front passenger airbag also The SRS side airbags are installed in unexpectedly move and cause the deploys with considerable force, and the driver and front passenger seats.

  • Page 30

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) —Adjusting front seats 1. SEAT POSITION ADJUSTING LEVER While adjusting the seat, do not put Hold the center of the lever and pull it your hands under the seat or near up. Then slide the seat to the desired the moving parts.

  • Page 31: Fold−down Rear Seat

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) Fold−down rear seat CAUTION To reduce the risk of sliding under the lap belt during a collision, avoid reclining the seatback any more than needed. The seat belts provide maxi- mum protection in a frontal or rear collision when the driver and the front passenger are sitting up straight and well back in the seats.

  • Page 32: Head Restraints

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) Head restraints CAUTION When returning the seatback to the upright position, observe the follow- ing precautions in order to prevent personal injury in a collision or sud- den stop: Make sure the seatback is securely locked by pushing forward and rear- ward on the top of the seatback.

  • Page 33: Seat Belts

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) Seat belts— —Seat belt precautions For your safety and comfort, adjust the Toyota strongly urges that the driver and Do not allow any children to stand up or head restraint before driving. passengers in the vehicle be properly re- kneel on either rear or front seats.

  • Page 34

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) —Fastening front and rear seat belts CAUTION Be careful not to damage the belt webbing or hardware. Take care that Persons should ride in their seats they do not get caught or pinched in the seat or doors. properly wearing their...

  • Page 35

    If the seat belt does not function normally, immediately contact your Toyota dealer. Do not use the seat until the seat belt is fixed, because it cannot protect an adult occupant or your child from injury.

  • Page 36

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) CAUTION Always make sure the shoulder belt is positioned across the center of your shoulder. The belt should be kept away from your neck, but not falling off your shoulder. Failure to do so could reduce the amount of protection in an accident and cause serious injures in a collision.

  • Page 37

    Toyota dealer free of extender. charge. Do not use the seat belt extender Please contact your local Toyota dealer to when installing child restraint order the proper required length for the system on the front or rear passen- extender.

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    To connect the extender to the seat The driver and front passenger seat Toyota dealer. Do not use the seat belt, insert the tab into the seat belt belt pretensioners are designed to be until the seat belt is fixed, because activated in response to a severe fron- buckle so that the “PRESS”...

  • Page 39

    2. Seat belt pretensioner assemblies result in death or serious injury. Con- bar, kangaroo bar, etc.), snowplow, 3. Airbag sensor assembly sult your Toyota dealer about any re- winches or any other equipment to pair and modification. 4. SRS warning light...

  • Page 40

    This indicator comes on when the igni- In the following cases, contact your Toyota The seat belt pretensioner assembly or tion key is turned to the “ON” position. dealer as soon as possible: surrounding area has been damaged.

  • Page 41: Srs Driver Airbag And Front Passenger Airbag

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) SRS driver airbag and front passenger airbag Your vehicle is equipped with a crash CAUTION sensing and diagnostic module, which will record the use of the seat belt restraint The SRS front airbag system is de- system by the driver when the SRS front signed only as a supplement to the airbags are inflated.

  • Page 42

    The SRS front airbags will deploy if the child restraint system. Toyota severity of the impact is above the de- strongly recommends that all in- signed threshold level, comparable to an fants and children be placed in the...

  • Page 43

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) The front airbag sensors constantly moni- tor the forward deceleration of the vehicle. If an impact results in a forward decelera- tion beyond the designed threshold level, Hitting a curb, Falling into or the system triggers the airbag inflators. At edge of pavement jumping over this time a chemical reaction in the infla-...

  • Page 44

    These Toyota strongly recommends that: are usually in the nature of minor burns or abrasions and swelling, but the force of...

  • Page 45

    “Child restraint” on page 53 in this Sec- tion. Toyota strongly recommends that all Do not put anything or any part of infants and children be placed in your baby on or in front of the...

  • Page 46

    Modification of the front end struc- can result in death or serious injury. It goes off after about 6 seconds. This ture Consult your Toyota dealer about any means the SRS side airbags are operat- z Attachment of a grille guard (bull repair and modification.

  • Page 47

    “ON” position, the light does not come on, remains on or flashes. The light comes on or starts flashing while driving. In the following cases, contact your Toyota dealer as soon as possible: The SRS front airbags have been in- flated.

  • Page 48: Srs Side Airbags

    CAUTION child restraint system. Toyota strongly recommends that all in- The SRS side airbag system is de- fants and children be placed in the signed only as a supplement to the rear seats of the vehicle and prop- primary protection of the driver and erly restrained.

  • Page 49

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) Collision from the rear Collision from the front Vehicle rollover The SRS side airbag system may not The SRS side airbags are not designed The SRS side airbag system consists activate if the vehicle is subjected to a to inflate if the vehicle is involved in a mainly of the following components, and collision...

  • Page 50

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) In a severe side impact, the side airbag CAUTION sensor triggers the side airbag inflators. At this time a chemical reaction in the SRS side airbags inflate with consid- inflators quickly fills the airbags with non− erable force.

  • Page 51

    When the side airbag in- Consult your Toyota dealer about any z Repairs made on or near the con- flates, the cup holder or any other repair and modification.

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    The light comes on or starts flashing while driving. This indicator comes on when the igni- In the following cases, contact your Toyota tion key is turned to the “ON” position. dealer as soon as possible: It goes off after about 6 seconds. This...

  • Page 53: Child Restraint

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) Child restraint— —Child restraint precautions Toyota strongly urges the use of ap- NOTICE Toyota strongly urges use of propriate child restraint systems for proper child restraint system which children. Do not disconnect the battery cables conforms to the size of the child, before contacting your Toyota dealer.

  • Page 54

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) —Types of child restraint —Child restraint system system A child restraint system for a small Child restraint systems are classified into On vehicles with side airbags, do child or baby must itself be properly the following 3 types depending on the not allow the child to lean his/her restrained on the seat with the lap por- child’s age and size.

  • Page 55

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) —Installation with seat belt (A) Infant seat (C) Booster seat (A) INFANT SEAT INSTALLATION An infant seat must be used in rear− facing position only. (B) Convertible seat 2004 COROLLA from Oct. ’03 Prod. (OM12859U)

  • Page 56

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) 1. Run the lap and shoulder belt through CAUTION Do not install a child restraint sys- or around the infant seat following the tem on the rear seat if it interferes instructions provided by its manufactur- Never install a rear−facing child re- with the lock mechanism of the er and insert the tab into the buckle...

  • Page 57

    2. Fully extend the shoulder belt to put it 3. While pressing the infant seat firmly Contact your Toyota dealer immedi- in the lock mode. When the belt is against the seat cushion and seatback, ately.

  • Page 58

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) 4. To remove the infant seat, press the (B) CONVERTIBLE SEAT INSTALLATION CAUTION buckle release button and allow the A convertible seat must be used in for- belt to retract completely. The belt will ward−facing or rear−facing position de- Push and pull the child restraint sys- move freely again and be ready to pending on the age and size of the...

  • Page 59

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) On vehicles with side airbags, do not allow the child to lean his/her head or any part of his/her body against the front door or the area of the seat from which the side air- bags deploy even if the child is seated in the child restraint system.

  • Page 60

    1. Run the lap and shoulder belt through Contact your Toyota dealer immedi- Do not install a child restraint sys- or around the convertible seat following ately. install child tem on the rear seat if it interferes...

  • Page 61

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) 2. Fully extend the shoulder belt to put it 3. While pressing convertible seat CAUTION in the lock mode. When the belt is firmly against the seat cushion and then retracted even slightly, it cannot seatback, let the shoulder belt retract Push and pull the child restraint sys- be extended.

  • Page 62

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) Move seat fully back 4. To remove the convertible seat, press (C) BOOSTER SEAT INSTALLATION CAUTION the buckle release button and allow the A booster seat must be used in for- belt to retract completely. The belt will ward−facing position only.

  • Page 63

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) On vehicles with side airbags, do CAUTION not allow the child to lean his/her head or any part of his/her body Always make sure the shoulder belt against the front door or the area is positioned across the center of of the seat from which the side air- child’s shoulder.

  • Page 64

    If the seat belt does not function normally, cannot protect your child from death or serious injury. Contact your Toyota dealer immedi- ately. install child restraint system on the seat until the seat belt is fixed. 2. To remove the child restraint system,...

  • Page 65

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) Symbol Anchor brackets Use the anchor brackets on the luggage TO USE THE ANCHOR BRACKET: 2. Open the lid of the anchor bracket. compartment to attach the top strap. 1. Outside anchor brackets only— Anchor brackets are installed for each Remove the head restraint.

  • Page 66

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) —Installation with child restraint lower anchorages 3. Securely fasten the child restraint 4. Outside anchor brackets only— Lower anchorages for the child restraint system with the seat belt. Replace the head restraint. systems complying with the FMVSS225 CMVSS210.2 specifications Latch...

  • Page 67

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) For owners in Canada The symbol on a child restraint system indicates the presence of a lower connec- tor system. CHILD RESTRAINT SYSTEM INSTALLATION Type A— 1. Widen the clearance between seat cushion and seatback a little and confirm the position of the low- er anchorages near the tag on the seatback.

  • Page 68

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) For the installation details, refer to the instruction manual equipped with each product. CAUTION When using the lower anchorages for the child restraint system, be sure that there are no irregular ob- jects around the anchorages or that the seat belt is not caught.

  • Page 69: Operation Of Instruments And

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) SECTION − OPERATION OF INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS Steering wheel and Mirrors Tilt steering wheel ......... . . Outside rear view mirrors .

  • Page 70: Tilt Steering Wheel

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) Tilt steering wheel Outside rear view mirrors— CAUTION Do not adjust the steering wheel while the vehicle is moving. Doing so may cause the driver to mishan- dle the vehicle and an accident may occur resulting in death or serious injuries.

  • Page 71

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) —Power rear view mirror control NOTICE CAUTION If ice should jam the mirror, do not Do not adjust the mirror while the operate the control or scrape the mir- vehicle is moving. Doing so may ror face. Use a spray de−icer to free cause the driver to mishandle the ve- the mirror.

  • Page 72: Anti−glare Inside Rear View Mirror

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) Anti−glare inside rear view Auto anti−glare inside rear mirror view mirror CAUTION Do not adjust the mirror while the vehicle is moving. Doing so may cause the driver to mishandle the ve- hicle and an accident may occur re- sulting in death or serious injuries.

  • Page 73: Vanity Mirrors

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) Vanity mirrors In automatic function mode, if the mirror detects light from the headlights of the vehicle behind you, the mirror surface darkens slightly to reduce the reflected light. To turn off the automatic function, push the “...

  • Page 74

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) Driver’s side only—To use the vanity mirror, open the cover. 2004 COROLLA from Oct. ’03 Prod. (OM12859U)

  • Page 75

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) SECTION − OPERATION OF INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS Lights, Wipers and Defogger Headlights and turn signals ........Emergency flashers .

  • Page 76: Headlights And Turn Signals

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) Headlights and turn signals Daytime running light system NOTICE (for U.S.A.) To prevent the battery from being dis- Daytime running light system can make it charged, do not leave the lights on easier for others to see the front of your for a long period when the engine is vehicle during the day.

  • Page 77

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) Daytime running light system (for Canada) Daytime running light system can make it easier for others to see the front of your vehicle during the day. This system can be helpful in many different driving condi- tions, but they can be especially helpful in the short periods after dawn and before sunset.

  • Page 78: Emergency Flashers

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) Emergency flashers NOTICE To prevent the battery from being dis- charged, do not leave the switch on longer than necessary when the en- gine is not running. TURN SIGNALS To turn on the emergency flashers, push the switch. To signal a turn, push the headlight/ turn signal lever up or down to position All the turn signal lights will flash.

  • Page 79: Front Fog Lights

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) Interior/instrument panel light Front fog lights control Illuminated entry system When the dial is in the DOOR position and any door is opened, the light will come on. After all the doors are closed, the light remains on for about 15 seconds before fading out.

  • Page 80: Personal Lights

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) Personal lights Type A Type C INSTRUMENT PANEL LIGHT To adjust the brightness of the instru- To turn on the personal light, push the ment panel lights, turn the dial. switch. To turn the light off, push the switch once again.

  • Page 81: Windshield Wipers And Washer

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) Windshield wipers and washer This function will be canceled when you With interval adjuster: The “INT TIME” turn the ignition switch to the “ON” posi- band lets you adjust the wiping time inter- tion. val when the wiper lever is in the intermit- tent position (position 1).

  • Page 82: Rear Window Defogger

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) Rear window defogger Make sure you turn the defogger off when the window is clear. Leaving the defogger on for a long time could cause the battery to discharge, especially during stop−and− go driving. The defogger is not designed for drying rain water or for melting snow.

  • Page 83

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) SECTION − OPERATION OF INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS Gauges, Meters and Service reminder indicators Fuel gauge ..........Engine coolant temperature gauge .

  • Page 84: Fuel Gauge

    Fill the fuel tank immediately. The indicator lamp goes off after driving several times. If the indicator lamp does not go off, contact your Toyota dealer as soon as possible. Type B Type B 2004 COROLLA from Oct. ’03 Prod. (OM12859U)

  • Page 85: Tachometer

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) Tachometer The gauge indicates the engine coolant z Do not continue driving with an temperature when the ignition switch is overheated engine. See “If your ve- on. The engine operating temperature hicle overheats” on page 185 in will vary with changes in weather and Section 4.

  • Page 86: Odometer And Two Trip Meters

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) Odometer and two trip meters Outside temperature display 3. Trip meter reset knob—Resets the two trip meters to zero, and also change the meter display. To change the meter display, quickly push and release the knob. The meter display changes in the order from the odometer to trip meter A to trip meter B, then back to the odometer each...

  • Page 87

    If there is any abnormality in the connec- tion of the outside air temperature sensor, “−−” will appear on the display. If “−−” ap- pears on the display, contact your Toyota dealer. There may be a case that “−−” appears momentarily when the ignition is quickly turned to “ON”.

  • Page 88: Service Reminder Indicators And Warning Buzzers

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) Service reminder indicators and warning buzzers If the indicator or buzzer comes on... Do this. If parking brake is off, stop immediately and contact Toyota dealer. Fasten driver’s seat belt. (indicator and buzzer) Fasten front passenger’s seat belt.

  • Page 89

    If the indicator or buzzer comes on... Do this. Take vehicle to Toyota dealer. If brake system warning light is also on, stop immediately and contact Toyota dealer. Close all doors. Take vehicle to Toyota dealer immediately. Add washer fluid.

  • Page 90: Driver's Seat Belt Reminder Light

    Toyota dealer in the following cases: The brake system warning light re- when the seat belt is not buckled up. The light does not come on even if the mains on together with the “ABS”...

  • Page 91: Discharge Warning Light

    Light If the fuel tank is not empty or the fuel the nearest Toyota dealer or repair shop. tank cap is not loose... This light warns that the engine oil pres- sure is too low.

  • Page 92: Corolla_u (l/o

    After about 6 seconds, the light will go Contact your Toyota dealer as soon as It may ruin the engine. off. This means the systems of the air- possible to service the vehicle.

  • Page 93: Corolla_u (l/o

    6 seconds. If any service reminder indicator or warn- ing buzzer does not function as described above, have it checked by your Toyota dealer as soon as possible. *: When equipped 2004 COROLLA from Oct. ’03 Prod. (OM12859U)

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    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) 2004 COROLLA from Oct. ’03 Prod. (OM12859U)

  • Page 95

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) SECTION − OPERATION OF INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS Ignition switch, Transmission and Parking brake Ignition switch with steering lock ....... Automatic transmission .

  • Page 96: Ignition Switch With Steering Lock

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) Ignition switch with steering lock “LOCK”—Engine is off and the steering wheel is locked. The key can be re- moved only at this position. You must push in the key to turn the key from “ACC” to the “LOCK” position. On vehicles with an automatic transmission, the selector lever must be put in the “P”...

  • Page 97: Automatic Transmission

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) Automatic transmission Your automatic transmission has a shift lock system to minimize the possibility of Lock release button incorrect operation. This means you can To prevent misshifting Selector lever only shift out of “P” position when the brake pedal is depressed (with the ignition switch in “ON”...

  • Page 98

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) Vehicles with cruise control—When the CAUTION cruise control is being used, even if you downshift the transmission by pushing and Never put your foot on the accelera- releasing overdrive switch, engine tor pedal while shifting. braking will not be enabled because the cruise control is not cancelled.

  • Page 99

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) Vehicles with cruise control—When the (g) Parking NOTICE cruise control is being used, even if you 1. Bring the vehicle to a complete stop. downshift the transmission by pushing and z Be careful not to over−rev the en- 2.

  • Page 100: Manual Transmission

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) Manual transmission Low altitude CAUTION —1219 m (4000 ft.) or lower Gear km/h (mph) Always keep your foot on the brake 1 to 2 or 2 to 1 (14) ∗ 1 ∗ 1 pedal while stopped with the engine 2 to 3 or 3 to 2 37/40 (22/24...

  • Page 101: Parking Brake

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) Parking brake Upshifting too soon or downshifting too Good driving practice late will cause lugging, and possibly ping- If it is difficult to shift into reverse, put ing. Regularly revving the engine to maxi- the transmission in neutral, release the mum speed in each gear will cause ex- clutch pedal momentarily, and then try cessive...

  • Page 102: Cruise Control

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) Cruise control When parking, firmly apply the parking The cruise control allows you to cruise brake to avoid inadvertent creeping. the vehicle at a desired speed over 40 km/h (25 mph) even with your foot off To set: Pull up the lever.

  • Page 103

    Toyota deal- the set speed. When you release it, the er at the earliest opportunity. vehicle will return to the speed set prior RESETTING TO A FASTER SPEED to the acceleration.

  • Page 104

    If you use the brake comes on. pedal, cruise control is cancelled. If this is the case, contact your Toyota RESUMING THE PRESET SPEED dealer and have your vehicle inspected. If the preset speed is cancelled by pulling...

  • Page 105

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) SECTION − OPERATION OF INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS Car audio system Reference ..........Using your audio system .

  • Page 106

    Using your audio system— Reference —Some basics This Section describes some of the basic features on Toyota audio systems. Some information may not pertain to your sys- tem. Your audio system works when the ignition key is in the “ACC” or “ON” position.

  • Page 107

    In fact, differ- NOTICE make sure it is removed before driv- ent kinds of music and vocal programs ing your Toyota through an automatic Never try to disassemble or oil any usually sound better with different mixes car wash.

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    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) —Controls and features "Type 1 Details of specific buttons, controls and features are described in the alphabetical list that follows. 2004 COROLLA from Oct. ’03 Prod. (OM12859U)

  • Page 109

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) 1 2 3 4 5 6 (Preset buttons) Compact Disc Player (Program) These buttons are used to preset and If you want to fast forward or reverse Cassette Player (if equipped) tune in radio stations. through a compact disc track, push and Push “...

  • Page 110

    “ ” button. The “ B” will your vehicle to your Toyota dealer. and the right and left speakers. appear on the display. Push the button For front/rear adjustment, push “CONTROL again to turn off Dolbyr B NR.

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    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) ∗ : Dolby noise reduction manufactured under license from RAND (Random) RPT (Repeat) Dolby Laboratories Licensing Corporation. “DOLBY” and the There are two random features—you can Cassette Player (if equipped) double D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories Licensing Corporation.

  • Page 112

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) Compact disc changer only— To scan all the frequencies: Compact disc changer only— Quickly push and release “SCAN”. If you Repeating a disc: Scanning the first track of all the discs in hear a beep, you held the button too long, Push and hold “RPT”...

  • Page 113

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) Next, push either side of the track button ST (Stereo reception) display until the number on the display reaches Your radio automatically changes to stereo the number of tracks you want to skip. If reception when a stereo broadcast is re- you push the button ten times, the skip ceived.

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    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) "Type 2 Details of specific buttons, controls and features are described in the alphabetical list that follows. 2004 COROLLA from Oct. ’03 Prod. (OM12859U)

  • Page 115

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) 1 2 3 4 5 6 (Preset buttons) Compact Disc Player (Program) These buttons are used to preset and If you want to fast forward or reverse Push “ ” to select the other side of a tune in radio stations.

  • Page 116

    If the malfunction is not rectified, take sound balance between the front and rear, The Dolby NR mode reduces tape noise your vehicle to your Toyota dealer. and the right and left speakers. by about 10 dB. For best sound reproduc- tion, play your tapes with this button on For front/rear adjustment, push “CONTROL...

  • Page 117

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) FM1·2 Compact disc changer only— Compact Disc Player Push “FM1·2” to turn on the radio and To randomly play all the tracks in the There are two repeat features—You can select the FM band. “FM1” or “FM2” will magazine: either replay a disc track or a whole com- appear on the display.

  • Page 118

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) SCAN Compact Disc Player SEEK (Seeking) Radio There are two scan features—you can ei- Radio ther scan the tracks on a specific disc or You can either scan all the frequencies on In the seek mode, the radio finds and scan the first tracks of all the discs in the a band or scan only the preset stations plays the next station up or down the...

  • Page 119

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) Car audio system operating hints If you have pushed the track button more TAPE NOTICE than you wanted to, push the other side Push “TAPE” to switch from radio or com- of the button. The track number will be To ensure correct audio system op- pact disc operation to cassette operation.

  • Page 120

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) Here are some common reception prob- Use high−quality cassettes. lems that probably do not indicate a prob- Fading—AM broadcasts are reflected by Low−quality cassette tapes can cause lem with your radio: the upper atmosphere—especially at night. many problems, including poor sound, These reflected signals can interfere with inconsistent...

  • Page 121

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) CARING FOR YOUR COMPACT DISC PLAYER AND DISCS Your compact disc player is intended for use with 12 cm (4.7 in.) discs only. Extremely high temperatures can keep your compact disc player from working. On hot days, use the air conditioning to cool the vehicle interior before you listen to a disc.

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    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) Correct Wrong Labeled discs Handle compact discs carefully, espe- To clean a compact disc: Wipe it with a cially when you are inserting them. soft, lint−free cloth that has been damp- Hold them on the edge and do not ened with water.

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    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) SECTION − OPERATION OF INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS Air conditioning system Controls ........... Air flow selector settings .

  • Page 124: Controls

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) Controls 1. “A/C” button (on some models) 2. Air intake selector 3. Temperature selector 4. Fan speed selector 5. Air flow selector 2004 COROLLA from Oct. ’03 Prod. (OM12859U)

  • Page 125

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) Fan speed selector 4. Floor/Windshield—Air flows mainly from the floor vents and windshield Turn the knob to adjust the fan speed—to vents. the right to increase, to the left to de- crease. Turning the air flow selector to the floor/windshield position turns on the Temperature selector defogging function with the purpose of...

  • Page 126

    For details about air flow selector settings, shuts off. If this happens, take your ve- see “Air flow selector settings” described hicle to a Toyota dealer for service. below. Air intake selector Press the button to select the air source.

  • Page 127: Air Flow Selector Settings

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) Air flow selector settings Operating tips To cool off your Toyota after it has been parked in the hot sun, drive with the windows open for a few minutes. This vents the hot air, allowing the air conditioning to cool the interior more quickly.

  • Page 128

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) When driving on dusty roads, close all Heating Air conditioning windows. If dust thrown up by the ve- For best results, set controls to: For best results, set controls to: hicle is still drawn into the vehicle after closing the windows, it is recommended Fan speed—Any setting except “OFF”...

  • Page 129

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) Defogging On humid days, do not blow cold air Press the “A/C” button for dehumidified on the windshield—the difference be- heating. This setting clears the front view The inside of the windshield tween the outside and inside tempera- more quickly.

  • Page 130: Side Vents

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) Checking and replacing the air conditioning filter Side vents (on some models) If air flow control is not satisfactory, check The air conditioning filter information The air conditioning filter is behind the the side vents. The side vents may be label is placed inside of the glove box glove box.

  • Page 131

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) 1. Open the glove box. Remove the 2. Push each side of the glove box to 3. Remove the filter cover while push- screw with a Phillips−head screw- disconnect the claws. ing in both ends of the cover. driver and slide off the damper as shown.

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    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) 4. Pull the filter out of the filter outlet. When inserting the filter in the filter Inspect the filter on the surface. outlet, keep the arrow pointing up. If it is dirty, it should be replaced. INFORMATION The air filter should be installed prop- erly in position.

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    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) SECTION − OPERATION OF INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS Other equipment Clock ............Cigarette lighter and portable ashtray .

  • Page 134: Clock

    Do not hold the cigarette lighter pressed fire. After using the ashtray, push down play will automatically be set to 1:00 (one the lid completely. o’clock). Use a Toyota genuine cigarette lighter or To detach the ashtray, raise the lid. When instrument panel lights equivalent for replacement.

  • Page 135: Power Outlets

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) Power outlets The power outlets are designed for CAUTION power supply for car accessories. The key must be in the “ACC” or “ON” To reduce the chance of injury in position for the power outlet to be used. case of an accident or sudden stop while driving, always completely close NOTICE...

  • Page 136: Compass

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) Compass The compass indicates the direction The vehicle is in a place where the that the vehicle is heading. In the earth’s magnetic field is subject to in- above case, it shows that the vehicle is terference by artificial magnetic fields heading north.

  • Page 137

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) Compass sensor CALIBRATING THE COMPASS (deviation calibration) The compass sensor is in the inside The direction display on the compass rear view mirror. deviates from the true direction deter- mined by the earth’s magnetic field. The NOTICE angle of deviation varies according to the geographic position of the vehicle.

  • Page 138

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) After calibration, leaving the system for several seconds returns it to the compass Hawaii: mode. Samoa: 5 Guam: Saipan: 8 CAUTION Do not adjust the display while the vehicle is moving. Be sure to adjust the display only when the vehicle is stopped.

  • Page 139

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) Perform circling calibration just after you have purchased your Toyota. And then always perform circling calibration after the battery has been removed, re- placed or disconnected. Do not perform circling calibration of the compass in a place where the earth’s magnetic field is subject to in-...

  • Page 140: Glove Box

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) Glove box Auxiliary boxes Type A Type C To open the glove box door, pull the lever. To use the box, pull on the handle. CAUTION CAUTION To reduce the chance of injury in To reduce the chance of injury in case of an accident or a sudden stop, case of an accident or a sudden always...

  • Page 141: Rear Console Box

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) Rear console box UPPER TRAY (on some models) To access the upper tray, raise the con- sole box lid without touching the lock release lever. CAUTION To reduce the chance of injury in case of an accident or a sudden stop, always keep the console box closed while driving.

  • Page 142: Cup Holders

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) Cup holders Floor mat The cup holder is designed for holding cups or drink−cans securely. Rear: To use the holder, pull it out. CAUTION Do not place anything else other than cups or drink−cans in the cup holder, such items...

  • Page 143

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) CAUTION Make sure the floor mat is properly placed on the floor carpet. If the floor slips and interferes with movement of the pedals during driv- ing, it may cause an accident. 2004 COROLLA from Oct. ’03 Prod. (OM12859U)

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    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) 2004 COROLLA from Oct. ’03 Prod. (OM12859U)

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    INFORMATION BEFORE DRIVING YOUR TOYOTA Information before driving your Toyota Break−in period ..........

  • Page 146: Break−in Period

    To help prevent gas station mix−ups, your Use of unleaded gasoline with an octane to the future economy and long life of Toyota has a smaller fuel tank opening. rating or research octane number lower your vehicle: The special nozzle on pumps with un-...

  • Page 147

    If you use gasohol in your problems. is expected to be applied world wide. Toyota, be sure that it has an octane The WWFC consists of four categories rating no lower than 87. z If driveability problems occur (poor that depend on required emission lev-...

  • Page 148: Fuel Pump Shut Off System

    Operation in foreign countries Three−way catalytic converters The fuel pump shut off system stops sup- If you plan to drive your Toyota in plying fuel to the engine to minimize the another country... risk of fuel leakage when the engine stalls First, comply with the vehicle registration or an airbag inflates upon collision.

  • Page 149: Engine Exhaust Cautions

    Remember, your Toyota time to time. If you hit something, cause the engine to misfire, creat- dealer knows your vehicle and its or notice a change in the sound of ing an excessive load on the three−...

  • Page 150: Facts About Engine Oil Consumption

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) Facts about engine oil consumption FUNCTIONS OF ENGINE OIL The amount of engine oil consumed de- Keep the trunk lid closed while pends on the viscosity of the oil, the Engine oil has the primary functions of driving.

  • Page 151: Iridium−tipped Spark Plugs

    Have your is essential that the oil level be checked brakes fixed immediately. regularly. Toyota recommends that the oil level be checked every time you refuel Your engine is fitted with iridium−tipped BRAKE BOOSTER the vehicle. spark plugs.

  • Page 152

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) You may hear a click or motor sound in Effective way to press the ABS brake CAUTION the engine compartment for a few seconds pedal: When the anti−lock brake system when the engine is started or just after function is in action, you may feel the Do not pump the brake pedal if the the vehicle begins to move.

  • Page 153

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) CAUTION Anti−lock brake system is not de- signed to shorten the stopping dis- overestimate anti−lock tance: Always drive at a moderate speed and maintain a safe distance brake system: Although the anti−lock brake system assists in providing ve- from the vehicle in front of you.

  • Page 154: Brake Pad Wear Limit Indicators

    Expensive ro- tored by the warning light system. Con- tor damage can result if the pads are not tact your Toyota dealer as soon as replaced when necessary. possible to service the vehicle. The light does not come on when the ignition key is turned to the “ON”...

  • Page 155: Your Toyota's Identification

    This number is on the left top of the instrument panel, and can be seen through the windshield from outside. This is the primary identification number for your Toyota. It is used in registering the ownership of your vehicle. 2004 COROLLA from Oct. ’03 Prod. (OM12859U)

  • Page 156: Theft Prevention Labels

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) Theft prevention labels (except Suspension and chassis for Canada) Your new vehicle carries theft preven- CAUTION tion labels which are approximately 56 mm (2.20 in.) by 16 mm (0.63 in.). Do not modify the suspension/chassis The purpose of these labels is to reduce with lift kits, spacers, springs, etc.

  • Page 157: Tire Information

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) Tire information— —Tire symbols This illustration indicates typical tire symbols. 1. Tire size—For details, see “—Tire size” on page 159. 2. DOT and Tire Identification Number (TIN)—For details, see “—DOT and Tire Identification Number (TIN)” on page 158. 3.

  • Page 158

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) —DOT and Tire Identification Number (TIN) 7. Radial tire or bias−ply tires—A The “DOT” symbol certifies that the radial tire has “RADIAL” on the tire conforms to applicable Federal sidewall. The tire not marked with Motor Vehicle Safety Standards. “RADIAL”...

  • Page 159

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) —Tire size —Name of each section of tire This illustration indicates typical tire 1. Section width 1. Bead size. 2. Tire height 2. Sidewall 1. Tire (P=Passenger car, 3. Wheel diameter 3. Shoulder T=Temporary use) 4. Tread 2.

  • Page 160

    150 would wear conditions on specified government purchasers of Toyota vehicles with in- one and a half (1−1/2) times as well test surfaces of asphalt and concrete. formation on uniform tire quality grad-...

  • Page 161

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) Temperature A, B, C—The tempera- ture grades are A (the highest), B, and C, representing the tire’s resis- tance to the generation of heat and its ability to dissipate heat when tested under controlled conditions on a specified indoor laboratory test wheel.

  • Page 162

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) —Tire related terms Tire inflation pressure when the vehicle has been parked at least 3 hours Cold tire inflation pressure or more, or it has not been driven more than 1.5 km or 1 mile under that condition The maximum cold inflation pressure to which a tire may be inflated and Maximum inflation pressure...

  • Page 163

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) The combined weight of those installed regular production options weighing over 2.3 kg (5 lb.) in excess of those standard items which they replace, Production options weight not previously considered in curb weight or accessory weight, including heavy duty brakes, ride levelers, roof rack, heavy duty battery, and special trim Vehicle capacity weight...

  • Page 164

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) The load on an individual tire that is determined by distributing to each axle Vehicle normal load on the tire its share of the curb weight, accessory weight, and normal occupant weight (distributed in accordance with Table 1 that follows) and dividing by two Weather side The surface area of the rim not covered by the inflated tire Table 1—Occupant loading and distribution for vehicle normal load for various designated seating capacities...

  • Page 165: Vehicle Load Limits

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) Cargo and luggage— Vehicle load limits —Stowage precautions Vehicle load limits include total load Towing capacity: When stowing cargo and luggage in capacity, seating capacity, towing ca- 680 kg (1500 lb.) the vehicle, observe the following: pacity and cargo capacity.

  • Page 166

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) —Capacity and distribution Cargo capacity depends on the to- 4. The resulting figure equals the D Never allow anyone to ride in tal weight of the occupants. available amount of cargo and lug- the enlarged trunk. It is not de- gage load capacity.

  • Page 167

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) 219 kg – 176 kg = 43 kg. CAUTION (484 lb. – 388 lb. = 96 lb.) As shown in the above example, if the Even if the total load of occu- number of occupants increases, the pant’s weight and the cargo load cargo and luggage load equaling the is less than the total load capac-...

  • Page 168: Types Of Tires

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) Types of tires Determine what kind of tires your All season tires, however, do not have vehicle is originally equipped with. adequate traction performance compared with snow tires in heavy or 1. Summer tires loose snow. Also, all season tires fall Summer tires are high−speed capabil- short in acceleration and handling ity tires best suited to highway driving...

  • Page 169

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) SECTION STARTING AND DRIVING Starting and driving Before starting the engine ........How to start the engine .

  • Page 170: Before Starting The Engine

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) How to start the engine— Before starting the engine (b) Starting the engine (a) Before cranking 1. Check the area around the vehicle be- 1. Apply the parking brake firmly. Before starting the engine, be sure to fol- fore entering it.

  • Page 171: Tips For Driving In Various Conditions

    Other- work safely, pull to the side of the road wise, the impact could cause severe and call a Toyota dealer for assistance. damage to the tires and/or wheels. When parking on a hill, turn the front...

  • Page 172: Winter Driving Tips

    When it is extremely cold, we recommend are high−speed capability tires or freeze solution. to use 60% solution for your Toyota, to not before driving at such speeds. provide protection down to about −50_C This product is available at your Toyota...

  • Page 173: Dinghy Towing

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) Dinghy towing Dinghy towing (with automatic transmission) (with manual transmission) Do not use your parking brake when there is a possibility it could freeze. When parking, put the transmission into “P” (automatic) or into first or reverse (manual) and block the rear wheels.

  • Page 174: Trailer Towing

    Toyota warranties do not apply to damage or NOTICE malfunction caused by towing a trailer for commercial purposes.

  • Page 175

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) Trailer hitch assemblies have differ- The load on either the front or rear ent weight capacities established by axle resulting from distribution of the hitch manufacturer. Even though the gross vehicle weight on both the vehicle may be physically capa- axles must not exceed the Gross ble of towing a higher weight, the Axle Weight Rating (GAWR) listed...

  • Page 176

    Lubricate the hitch aged or separated. For correct safety ball with a light coat of grease. chain procedures, follow the hitch or Toyota recommends removing the trail- trailer manufacturer’s recommenda- Tongue load er hitch whenever you are not towing tions.

  • Page 177

    BREAK−IN SCHEDULE loaded so that it can not shift. cedure is generally opposite to that Toyota recommends that you do not Check that your rear view mirrors con- when backing without a trailer.) Also, tow a trailer with a new vehicle or a...

  • Page 178

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) Because stopping distance may be in- Crosswinds and rough roads will ad- Because of the added load of the trail- creased, vehicle−to−vehicle distance versely affect handling of your vehicle er, your vehicle’s engine may overheat should be increased when towing a and trailer, causing sway.

  • Page 179: How To Save Fuel And Make Your Vehicle Last Longer

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) How to save fuel and make your vehicle last longer When restarting out after parking on a Improving fuel economy is easy—just take CAUTION slope: it easy. It will help make your vehicle last longer, too. Here are some specific tips 1.

  • Page 180

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) Avoid long engine idling. If you have Keep front wheels in proper CAUTION a long wait and you are not in traffic, alignment. Avoid hitting the curb and it is better to turn off the engine and slow down on rough roads.

  • Page 181: In Case Of An Emergency

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) SECTION IN CASE OF AN EMERGENCY In case of an emergency If your vehicle will not start ........If your engine stalls while driving .

  • Page 182: If Your Vehicle Will Not Start

    If the engine still will not start, it needs when the starter is cranked, the battery adjustment or repair. Call a Toyota dealer is discharged. You may try jump start- or qualified repair shop for assistance.

  • Page 183

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) (c) Jump starting To avoid serious personal injury and JUMP STARTING PROCEDURE The gas normally produced by a damage to your vehicle which might re- 1. If the booster battery is installed in battery will explode if a flame or sult from battery explosion, acid burns, another vehicle, make sure the vehicles spark is brought near.

  • Page 184

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) Positive terminal (“+” mark) Discharged battery Discharged battery Jumper Positive Booster Jumper cable cable Negative terminal terminal Booster battery battery (“+” mark) (“−” mark) Connecting point 4. Make the cable connections in the or- c. Connect the clamp of the negative der a, b, c, d.

  • Page 185: If Your Engine Stalls While Driving

    (for example, lights left on), Wait until the steam subsides before you should have it checked at your Toyota If the engine is not running, the pow- opening the hood. If there is no coolant dealer.

  • Page 186: If You Have A Flat Tire

    Avoid stopping on the center system. You should have it checked as divider of a highway. Park on a lev- soon as possible at your Toyota dealer. CAUTION el spot with firm ground. 2. Stop the engine and turn on your When the engine is running, keep emergency flashers.

  • Page 187

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) D Do not put any part of your D Use the jack only for lifting body under the vehicle sup- your vehicle during wheel ported by the jack. Otherwise, changing. personal injury may occur. D Do not raise the vehicle with D Do not start or run the engine someone in the vehicle.

  • Page 188

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) —Required tools and spare tire The compact spare tire can be used D The standard tire should be re- many times, if necessary. It has tread paired and reinstalled as soon life of up to 4800 km (3000 miles) de- as possible.

  • Page 189

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) 1. Get the required tools and spare tire. Vehicles with compact spare tire 1. Wheel nut wrench 2. Jack handle 3. Tool holder 4. Jack 5. Spare tire Vehicles without compact spare tire 1. Tool bag 2.

  • Page 190

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) —Removing wheel ornament —Blocking the wheel (steel wheels only) When storing the spare tire, put it in place with the outer side of the wheel facing up. Then secure the tire by re- peating the above removal steps in reverse order to prevent it from flying forward during a collision or sudden braking.

  • Page 191

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) —Loosening wheel nuts —Positioning the jack CAUTION Never use oil or grease on the bolts or nuts. The nuts may loose and the wheels may fall off, which could cause a serious ac- cident. 4. Loosen all the wheel nuts. 5.

  • Page 192

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) —Raising your vehicle —Changing wheels CAUTION Never get under the vehicle when the vehicle is supported by the jack alone. 6. After making sure that no one 7. Remove the wheel nuts and is in the vehicle, raise it high change tires.

  • Page 193

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) —Reinstalling wheel nuts CAUTION Never use oil or grease on the bolts or nuts. Doing so may lead to overtightening the nuts and damaging the bolts. The nuts may loose and the wheels may fall off, which could cause a seri- ous accident.

  • Page 194

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) —Reinstalling wheel ornament —Lowering your vehicle (steel wheels only) CAUTION D When lowering the vehicle, make sure all portions of your body and all other persons around will not be injured as the vehicle is lowered to the ground.

  • Page 195: If Your Vehicle Becomes Stuck

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) —After changing wheels If your vehicle becomes stuck 11. Check the air pressure of the re- If your vehicle becomes stuck in snow, CAUTION mud, sand, etc., then you may attempt placed tire. to rock the vehicle free by moving it Adjust the air pressure to the specifi- Before driving, make sure all the forward and backward.

  • Page 196: If Your Vehicle Needs To Be Towed

    If towing is necessary, we recommend NOTICE (a) Towing with wheel lift type truck— you to have it done by your Toyota dealer or a commercial tow truck ser- —From front If you rock your vehicle, observe the vice. In consultation with them, have...

  • Page 197

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) (a) Towing with wheel lift type truck Automatic transmission: (c) Towing with sling type From front—Release the parking brake. Use a towing dolly under the front truck wheels. NOTICE NOTICE When lifting wheels, take care to en- sure adequate ground clearance for Never tow a vehicle with an automatic towing at the opposite end of the...

  • Page 198

    If towing is necessary, we recommend towing eyelet and towing cable or you to have it done by your Toyota chain. The eyelet and towing cable or dealer or a commercial tow truck ser- chain may break and cause serious vice.

  • Page 199: If You Cannot Shift Automatic Transmission Selector Lever

    If you cannot shift automatic If you lose your keys transmission selector lever You can purchase a new key at your Toyota dealer if you can give them the key number. See the suggestion given in “Keys” on page 10 in Section 1−2.

  • Page 200: If You Lose Your Wireless Remote Control Transmitter

    Have the registered identification numbers of your transmitters deleted from your ve- hicle by your Toyota dealer as soon as possible to avoid the possibility of theft or an accident. Then, have the identification number of your new transmitter registered.

  • Page 201: Corrosion Prevention And Appearance Care

    APPEARANCE CARE Corrosion prevention and appearance care Protecting your Toyota from corrosion ......Washing and waxing your Toyota .

  • Page 202

    Now, it is up to be dry. to see all the mud and dirt. It will do you. Proper care of your Toyota can help more harm than good to simply wet the High ambient temperatures can cause ensure long−term corrosion prevention.

  • Page 203

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) Washing and waxing your Toyota Check the interior of your vehicle. Wa- Washing your Toyota 1. Rinse off loose dirt with a hose. Re- ter and dirt can accumulate under the move any mud or road salt from the...

  • Page 204

    4. To prevent water spots, dry the vehicle precautions. Be sure to polish and wax ing your Toyota through an automatic using a clean soft cotton towel. Do not the chrome trim as well as the paint.

  • Page 205

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) Cleaning the interior Vinyl interior Carpets CAUTION The vinyl upholstery may be easily Use a good foam−type shampoo to cleaned with a mild soap or detergent clean the carpets. Vehicles with side airbags: and water. Begin by vacuuming thoroughly to remove Be careful not to splash water or First vacuum over the upholstery to re- as much dirt as possible.

  • Page 206

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) Windows NOTICE z If you use a liquid car freshener, do The windows may be cleaned with any not spill the liquid onto the ve- z If a stain should fail to come out household window cleaner. hicle’s interior surfaces.

  • Page 207

    Improper cleaning of the leather up- holstery could result in discolor- ation or staining. If you have any questions about the cleaning of your Toyota, your local Toyota dealer will be pleased to answer them. 2004 COROLLA from Oct. ’03 Prod. (OM12859U)

  • Page 208

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) 2004 COROLLA from Oct. ’03 Prod. (OM12859U)

  • Page 209

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) SECTION VEHICLE MAINTENANCE AND CARE Vehicle maintenance and care Maintenance requirements ........General maintenance .

  • Page 210: Maintenance Requirements

    Simple instructions for how to per- or if you prefer, your Toyota dealer will be dating this warranty. See “Owner’s War- form them are presented on page 215 in pleased to do them at a nominal cost.

  • Page 211: General Maintenance

    Toyota dealer or a quali- Radiator, condenser and hoses fied service shop immediately. It is recom- Check that the front of the radiator and...

  • Page 212

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) Exhaust system Seats Parking brake If you notice any change in the sound of Check that all front seat controls such as Check that the lever has the proper travel the exhaust or smell exhaust fumes, have seat adjusters, seatback recliner, etc.

  • Page 213: Does Your Vehicle Need Repairing

    If you notice any of these clues, take your Check that all doors including trunk lid mance, sounds, and visual tip−offs that vehicle to your Toyota dealer as soon as operate smoothly and all latches lock se- indicate service is needed. Some impor- possible.

  • Page 214: Emissions Inspection And Maintenance (i/m) Programs

    Contact your Toyota dealer to even the malfunction indicator lamp does service the vehicle. not come on, contact your Toyota dealer Even if the malfunction indicator lamp to prepare the vehicle for re−testing. does not come on, your vehicle may not pass the I/M test as readiness codes have not been set in the OBD system.

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    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) SECTION − DO−IT−YOURSELF MAINTENANCE Introduction Engine compartment overview ....... Fuse locations .

  • Page 216: Engine Compartment Overview

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) Engine compartment overview 1. Power steering fluid reservoir 2. Engine oil level dipstick 3. Engine coolant reservoir 4. Engine oil filler cap 5. Brake fluid reservoir 6. Fuse block 7. Battery 8. Radiator 9. Electric cooling fan 10.

  • Page 217: Fuse Locations

    Read separate Toyota Warranty statement for details and suggestions. This Section gives instructions only for those items that are relatively easy for an owner to perform. As explained in Section 6, there are still a number of items that must be done by a qualified technician with special tools.

  • Page 218

    So be care- or falling material, fluid spray, etc. z Add only “Toyota Super Long Life ful not to touch them. Oil, fluids Used engine oil contains potentially Coolant” or similar high quality eth- and spark plugs may also be hot.

  • Page 219: Positioning The Jack

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) Positioning the jack When jacking up your vehicle with the z Use only spark plugs of the speci- jack, position jack correctly as fied type. Using other types will shown in the illustrations. cause engine damage, loss of per- formance or radio noise.

  • Page 220: Parts And Tools

    Parts (if level is low): the vehicle is supported by the jack nance. Remember all Toyota parts are de- SAE J1703 or FMVSS No.116 DOT 3 alone; use vehicle support stands. signed in metric sizes, so your tools must brake fluid be metric.

  • Page 221

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) ADDING WASHER FLUID Parts: Water Washer fluid containing antifreeze (for winter use) Tools: Funnel REPLACING LIGHT BULBS Parts: Bulb with same number and wattage rating as original (See charts in “Re- placing light bulbs” on page 243 in Section 7−3.) Tools: Screwdriver...

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  • Page 223

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) SECTION − DO−IT−YOURSELF MAINTENANCE Engine and Chassis Checking the engine oil level ....... . . Checking the engine coolant level .

  • Page 224: Checking The Engine Oil Level

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) Checking the engine oil level ENGINE OIL SELECTION NOTICE “Toyota Genuine Motor Oil” is filled in Low level Full level Be careful not to drop the engine oil your Toyota vehicle. Use Toyota approved on the vehicle components.

  • Page 225

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) SAE 5W−30 is the best choice for good Oil identification marks fuel economy, and good starting in cold Either or both API registered marks are weather. added to some oil containers to help If SAE 5W−30 oil is not available, SAE you select the oil you should use.

  • Page 226: Checking The Engine Coolant Level

    If you can find no leak, have your Toyota dealer test the cap pressure and check for leaks in the cooling system. 2004 COROLLA from Oct. ’03 Prod. (OM12859U)

  • Page 227: Checking The Radiator And Condenser

    Follow the manufac- dirty or you are not sure of their condi- turer’s directions for how much to mix tion, take your vehicle to a Toyota dealer. with plain water (preferably demineralized water or distilled water). The total capacity...

  • Page 228: Checking Brake Fluid

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) Checking brake fluid Checking power steering fluid If the level is low, add SAE J1703 or If hot O.K. FMVSS No.116 DOT 3 brake fluid to the brake reservoir. Remove and replace the reservoir cap by If cold O.K.

  • Page 229: Checking Tire Inflation Pressure

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) Checking tire inflation pressure Clean all dirt from outside of the reservoir tank and look at the fluid level. If the fluid is cold, the level should be in the “COLD” range. Similarly, if it is hot, the fluid level should be in the “HOT”...

  • Page 230

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) Keep your tire inflation pressures The following instructions for D Do not bleed or reduce tire at the proper level. checking tire inflation pressure inflation pressure after driving. should be observed: It is normal for the tire inflation The recommended cold tire inflation pressure to be higher after driving.

  • Page 231

    In case of applying If a tire frequently needs refilling, have it checked by your Toyota deal- too much air, press the center of the valve and release the air to ad- just.

  • Page 232: Checking And Replacing Tires

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) Checking and replacing tires The tires on your Toyota have built−in High tire pressure (overinfla- Tread wear indicator tread wear indicators to help you tion)— know when the tires need replace- D Poor handling ment. When the tread depth wears to 1.6 mm (0.06 in.) or less, the indica-...

  • Page 233

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) If an air loss occurs while driving, do REPLACING YOUR TIRES CAUTION not continue driving with a deflated When replacing a tire, use a tire of tire. Driving even a short distance can the same size and construction, Observe the following instruc- damage a tire beyond repair.

  • Page 234: Rotating Tires

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) Rotating tires Toyota recommends all four tires, To equalize the wear and help ex- or at least both of the front or rear tend tire life, Toyota recommends tires be replaced at a time as a set.

  • Page 235: Installing Snow Tires And Chains

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) Installing snow tires and chains WHEN SNOW TIRES SNOW TIRE INSTALLATION CAUTION CHAINS Snow tires should be installed on all Snow tires or chains are recommended wheels. Do not include a compact spare when driving on snow or ice. Installing snow tires on the front wheels tire when rotating the tires.

  • Page 236

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) TIRE CHAIN SELECTION NOTICE CAUTION Use the tire chains of correct size and Do not attempt to use a tire chain on type. Do not exceed 50 km/h (30 mph) or the compact spare tire, as it may re- Use SAE Class “S”...

  • Page 237: Replacing Wheels

    When replacing wheels, care should be to damage the aluminum wheels. CAUTION taken to ensure that the wheels are re- Use only the Toyota wheel nuts and placed by ones with the same load ca- wrench designed for your aluminum Do not use wheels other than the pacity, diameter, rim width, and offset.

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  • Page 239

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) SECTION − DO−IT−YOURSELF MAINTENANCE Electrical components Checking battery condition ........Battery recharging precautions .

  • Page 240: Checking Battery Condition

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) Checking battery condition— —Checking battery exterior —Precautions Terminals CAUTION If electrolyte gets on your skin, thoroughly wash the contact area. If BATTERY PRECAUTIONS you feel pain or burning, get medi- cal attention immediately. The battery produces flammable and explosive hydrogen gas.

  • Page 241: Battery Recharging Precautions

    Charging necessary. Have battery Dark White checked by your NOTICE Toyota dealer. Never recharge the battery while the Clear or Have battery engine is running. Also, be sure all light checked by your accessories are turned off.

  • Page 242: Checking And Replacing Fuses

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) Checking and replacing fuses Type A fuses can be pulled out by the pull−out tool. The location of the pull−out tool is shown in the illustration. Type A If you are not sure whether the fuse has blown, try replacing the suspected fuse with one that you know is good.

  • Page 243: Adding Washer Fluid

    When replacing tem. Have your Toyota dealer correct it as light* comes on, the washer tank may a bulb, make sure the ignition switch and soon as possible.

  • Page 244

    : For ZZE130L−AEPDKA and −AEPNKA models The model code appears on the Certifica- tion Label with the heading “MODEL”. See “Your Toyota’s identification” on page 155 in Section 2 for the Certification Label location. 2004 COROLLA from Oct. ’03 Prod. (OM12859U)

  • Page 245

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) —Headlights High beam (inside) Low beam (outside) Removing clip 1. Open the hood. 2. Turn the bulb base counterclockwise to the front of the vehicle as shown. LEFT−HAND HEADLIGHT: Remove the clip with a Phillips−head screwdriver and move the air cleaner duct as shown in the illustration.

  • Page 246

    If the connector is tight, wiggle it. Aiming is not necessary after replacing the bulb. When aiming adjustment is nec- essary, contact your Toyota dealer. 2004 COROLLA from Oct. ’03 Prod. (OM12859U)

  • Page 247

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) —Front fog lights 1. Loosen the retainer nut and take out 2. Unplug the connector while depress- 3. Turn the cover counterclockwise and the front fog light unit. ing on the tab. remove it. If the connector is tight, wiggle it. 2004 COROLLA from Oct.

  • Page 248

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) 4. Disconnect the cords. 5. Release the bulb retaining spring 6. Connect the cords and install the and remove the bulb. Install a new cover by turning it clockwise. Then bulb and the bulb retaining spring. plug in the connector.

  • Page 249

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) —Rear side marker, stop/tail —Back−up lights and rear turn signal lights a: Rear side marker and stop/tail lights Use a flat−bladed screwdriver or equiva- b: Rear turn signal light lent. 2004 COROLLA from Oct. ’03 Prod. (OM12859U)

  • Page 250

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) —High mounted stoplight —License plate lights If either of the license plate lights burns out, contact your Toyota dealer. NOTICE Do not try to replace the license plate light bulbs by yourself. You may dam- age the vehicle.

  • Page 251

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) SECTION SPECIFICATIONS Specifications Dimensions and weights ........Engine .

  • Page 252: Specifications Dimensions And Weights

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) Dimensions and weights Engine Fuel mm (in.) Model: Fuel type: 1ZZ−FE Unleaded gasoline, Octane Rating 87 Overall length 4530 (178.3) (Research Octane Number 91) or higher Type: Overall width 1700 (66.9) 4 cylinder in line, 4 cycle, gasoline Fuel tank capacity, L (gal., Imp.

  • Page 253: Service Specifications

    Coolant type: Spark plug type: “Toyota Genuine Long Life Coolant” is DENSO SK16R11 filled in your Toyota vehicle. In order to IFR5A11 avoid technical problems, we strongly recommend using “Toyota Genuine Long Spark plug gap, mm(in.): Life Coolant” or equivalent.

  • Page 254

    Fluid type: changing the automatic transmission fluid, SAE J1703 or FMVSS No.116 DOT 3 Fluid type: use only “Toyota Genuine ATF Type T−IV” SAE J1703 or FMVSS No.116 DOT 3 MANUAL TRANSAXLE (ATF JWS3309 or NWS6500) to aid in assuring optimum transaxle performance.

  • Page 255: Tires

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) Tires Fuses Tire size and cold tire inflation pressure: kPa (kgf/cm or bar, psi) Tire size Front Rear Wheel size P185/65R15 86S 210 (2.1, 30) 210 (2.1, 30) 6 JJ P195/65R15 89S 210 (2.1, 30) 210 (2.1, 30) 6 JJ Compact spare tire kPa (kgf/cm...

  • Page 256

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) 8. DOME 15 A: Car audio system, clock, 19. STOP 15 A: Stop lights, high mounted personal lights, interior light, trunk light, stoplight, anti−lock brake system, shift open door warning light, wireless re- lock control system, engine control sys- mote control system tem, cruise control system 9.

  • Page 257

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) 30. WASHER 15 A: Windshield washer 31. M−HTR/DEF I−UP 10 A: Engine control system Fuses (type B) 32. ABS NO.1 30 A: Anti−lock brake sys- 33. RDI FAN 30 A: Electric cooling fan 34. ABS NO.2 40 A: Anti−lock brake sys- 35.

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  • Page 259

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) SECTION REPORTING SAFETY DEFECTS FOR U.S. OWNERS Reporting safety defects for U.S. owners Reporting safety defects for U.S. owners ..... . 2004 COROLLA from Oct.

  • Page 260

    However, NHTSA cannot become involved in individual problems between you, your dealer, or Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc. 2004 COROLLA from Oct. ’03 Prod. (OM12859U)

  • Page 261

    When it comes to service, remember that your Toyota dealer knows your vehicle best and is interested in your complete satisfaction. He will provide quality maintenance and any other assistance you may require. If there is not a Toyota dealer near you, or you need emergency assistance for any reason, please call the following number: U.S. OWNERS: Toyota Customer Assistance Center Toll−free: 1−800−331−4331...

  • Page 262

    API grade SL “Energy−Conserving” or ILSAC multigrade engine oil is recommended. See page 224 for detailed information. Automatic transaxle fluid: Toyota Genuine ATF Type T−IV See page 254 for detailed information. Tire information: See pages 229 through 237. Tire inflation pressure: See page 255.

  • Page 263: Important Information About This Manual

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) Important information about this manual Safety and vehicle damage warnings Safety symbol Throughout this manual, you will see safety and vehicle dam- age warnings. You must follow these warnings carefully to avoid possible injury or damage. The types of warnings, what they look like, and how they are used in this manual are explained as follows: CAUTION...

  • Page 264: Occupant Restraint Systems

    None of these systems, either individ- Toyota encourages you and your family to take the time to ually or together, can ensure that there is no injury in the read Section 1−3 of this Owner’s Manual carefully.

  • Page 265

    The rapid deployment of the SRS air- bags makes the SRS airbags themselves potential sources Your new vehicle is covered by the following Toyota limited of injury if an occupant is too close to an airbag, or if an...

  • Page 266

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) Your responsibility for Important health and safety maintenance information about your Toyota It is the owner’s responsibility to make sure that the speci- CAUTION fied maintenance is performed. Section 6 gives details of these maintenance requirements. Also included in Section WARNING: Engine exhaust, some of its constitu- 6 is general maintenance.

  • Page 267

    Toyota Toyota A wide variety of non−genuine spare parts and accessories The spark ignition system in your Toyota meets all require- for Toyota vehicles are currently available in the market. ments of the Canadian Interference−Causing Equipment You should know that Toyota does not warrant these prod- Standard.

  • Page 268

    Be sure to have the systems of the SRS airbag and seat belt preten- sioner removed and disposed of by the qualified service shop or by your Toyota dealer before you dispose of your vehicle. 2004 COROLLA from Oct. ’03 Prod. (OM12859U)

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  • Page 270

    The Toyota authorized Repair Manual is packed with literally everything you need to know to perform your own maintenance in virtually every area of your new vehicle.

  • Page 271

    English, may be purchased as applicable from work yourself step−by−step. any Toyota dealer. Areas covered include such things as spark plug re- Pub. Name: 2004 COROLLA Repair Manual placement, valve clearance adjustment and engine oil Pub.

  • Page 272

    ’04 Corolla_U (L/O 0306) WE REALLY CARE ABOUT YOU PLEASE BUCKLE UP Toyota has made a special effort to encourage use of seat belts. Toyota belts are: Comfortable Easy to use Convenient We encourage you to use your belts every time you drive.

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