Shop for

Toyota Matrix Parts

  • Select Vehicle by VIN
  • Select Vehicle by Model
Select Vehicle by VIN

For the most accurate results, search by your VIN (Vehicle Identification Number).

OR
Select Vehicle by Model
-- Select Make --
-- Select Model --
-- Select Year --

Why choose ToyotaPartsDeal

  • High-Grade Parts

    The best site to buy Toyota Matrix genuine parts for years has been ToyotaPartsDeal.com. We're the best online store for genuine parts. Toyota Matrix parts you could ever need are available here at the finest quality and best value on the web that will have your vehicle performing past its limits.

  • Value For Money

    What makes us the best choice for OEM Toyota Matrix parts? You get tremendous savings because our goal is to offer unbeatable prices. At ToyotaPartsDeal.com, Our products offer the same performance and reliability as their OEM counterparts without having to break your wallet.

  • Quick Delivery

    Everything you need for routine maintenance and repair can be found in our complete Toyota Matrix parts catalog. Having the best OEM parts inventory available, the parts for your vehicle will arrive fast no matter your location in the nation. You'll be back on the open road before you know it.

Popular Genuine Toyota Matrix Parts

Genuine Toyota Matrix Accessories - UP TO 32% OFF MSRP

Genuine Toyota Matrix Accessories

Popular Toyota Matrix Accessories
  • Brakes
    Brakes
  • Clutch
    Clutch
  • Oil Filter
    Oil Filter
  • Floor Mats
    Floor Mats
  • Air Filter
    Air Filter
  • Key Finder
    Key Finder
  • Wheels
    Wheels
  • Roof Rack
    Roof Rack
  • Shift Knob
    Shift Knob
  • Cargo Net
    Cargo Net
View All Genuine Toyota Accessories >

Shop Genuine Toyota Matrix Parts with ToyotaPartsDeal.com

Toyota Matrix, also called as Toyota Corolla Matrix, is a compact hatchback manufactured by Toyota from 2002 to 2014. The first Toyota Matrix was introduced in 2002 as a 2003 model. It had been produced through two generations until it stopped production in 2014. The first generation Toyota Matrix (E130; 2003-2008) was introduced as a 2003 model in 2002. It was available in four sub-models: Standard (2003-2008), XR (2003-2008), XRS (2003-2006), and M-Theory (2007). Those sub-models were powered by either a 1.8 L 123-130 hp inline 4-cylinder engine or a 1.8 L 164 hp to 180 hp inline 4-cylinder engine equipped with a 4-speed automatic transmission and 5-speed and 6-speed manual transmissions. On October 31, 2007, Toyota unveiled the second-generation Matrix (E140; 2009-2014) at the Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) show. There were only three trim levels available: Standard (Base), S, and XRS in the US. While in Canada, it had Base, XR, AWD, and XRS. It added a new 2.4 L 158 hp inline 4-cylinder engine and the 6-speed manual transmission was replaced by a 5-speed automatic transmission.

As mileage accumulates on the Toyota Matrix, it's common for certain issues to arise, as auto parts wear out over time. The most frequently reported problem is engine failure, characterized by misfiring, rough idling, surging, hesitation, starting difficulties, reduced acceleration, increased fuel consumption, unusual engine noises, and an illuminated Check Engine Light. These symptoms could indicate failing air filters, oil filters, spark plugs, oxygen sensors, or drive belts. Another issue is premature suspension and braking failure, with symptoms like bottoming out, excessive noises from the front or rear end, grinding noises while turning, and damage to front tires, brakes, and suspension parts. This may be due to issues with the coil spring insulator, strut housing, wheel bearing, shock and strut mount, or trailing arm bushing. Braking failure could stem from problems with the brake disc, brake pad set, brake shoe set, brake drum, or brake caliper. To keep the Matrix in good condition, pay attention to other components such as seat belts, door handles, wiper blades, headlights, and fog light bulbs, which play crucial roles in safety, accessibility, and clear visibility in adverse weather conditions.

OEM parts are made and tested to Toyota's official factory standards. They go through the strict manufacturing processes to maximize perfections. Our website carries a huge inventory of OEM Toyota Matrix parts at the lowest price for your selection. We promise all genuine Toyota Matrix parts come with a manufacturer's warranty, so you have no need to worry about quality and reliability. Order now and your brand-new parts can be received at your door step with our quick delivery times.

Toyota Matrix Parts Questions & Answers

  • Q: How to test and replace the engine cooling fan and relay on my Toyota Matrix?
    A: The Cooling Fan Assembly on these models is controlled by the Powertrain Control Module (PCM) through inputs from the coolant temperature sensor. To test an inoperative fan motor, check the fuses and/or fusible links first, then disconnect the electrical connector and use fused jumper wires to connect the fan directly to the battery. If the fan still doesn't work, replace the fan motor. If the motor tested okay but is still inoperative, the fault may lie in the relays, fuse, wiring, coolant temperature sensor, or PCM. To remove the fan, disconnect the battery cable, wiring connector, and coolant overflow hose, then unbolt the fan shroud from the radiator and lift the fan/shroud/coolant reservoir assembly from the vehicle. Hold the fan blades and remove the fan retaining nut (and spacer, if equipped), then unbolt the fan motor from the shroud. Installation is the reverse of removal.
  • Q: How to Replace the Thermostat of Cooling System for your Toyota Matrix?
    A: Do various checks, check the coolant level, and the drive-belt tension, and the temperature gauge. The previous information will help you determine if the thermostat is faulty or not. If the engine fails warm up it can be that the thermostat is stuck open but if the engine runs hot and the radiator hose does not heat up the engine may overheat. To remove the thermostat, start by detaching the battery negative terminal and draining the coolant. Detach the alternator as well as the thermostat housing from the engine. Gently remove the thermostat and clean the sealing area. Install the housing, refill the cooling system, run the engine, and check for any leaks. Once you complete the replacement procedure, You should feel the radiator hose and if it is warm, that means that the coolant is flowing properly.
  • Q: How do you remove manually operated outside mirrors and interior rearview mirrors?
    A: To remove manually operated outside mirrors, start by removing the control handle and detaching the mirror cover using a small screwdriver. Then, remove the three retaining nuts and detach the mirror. For power mirrors, unplug the electrical connector before removing it. To remove the interior rearview mirror, disconnect the electrical connector if it's lighted, and use a Torx screwdriver to remove the bolt in the mirror-mounting pad. Slide the mirror off the pad and reinstall in reverse order. If the mirror pad comes off the windshield glass, use an inexpensive kit to reinstall it and allow the proper interval for bonding before attaching the car mirror.
  • Q: How to remove and install a front or rear bumper on a Toyota Matrix?
    A: To remove the front bumper, first apply the parking brake and raise the vehicle on jack stands. Disconnect the negative and positive battery cables and remove the fasteners securing the inner fender liner and bumper cover. If replacing the bumper beam, remove the nuts and pull it off its mounts. To remove the rear bumper, detach the plastic clips and screws securing the lower edge of the cover, remove fasteners in the fender wells and liftgate corners, and release clips securing the trunk trim panel and corner panels. Installation for both bumpers is the reverse of removal, ensuring proper alignment and assistance if needed.