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Toyota Tercel is a subcompact vehicle manufactured by Toyota from 1978 to 1999. The first Toyota Tercel was introduced in Japan in August 1978, in Europe in January 1979 and in the United States in 1980 as either a two- or four-door sedan or as a three-door hatchback. As Toyota's first front-wheel drive vehicle, Tercel had been through five generations. The fourth generation Toyota Tercel (1990-1994) was introduced in September 1990 as either a 3-door hatchback or as a two- or four-door sedan. In North America, it offered a Base coupe, DX coupe, DX sedan, and LE sedan trim levels. Tercel was powered by either a 1.5 L 3E-E or a 1.5 L 5E-FE inline 4-cylinder engine and equipped with a 3-speed automatic transmission or 4-speed and 5-speed manual transmissions. In September 1994, Toyota introduced its fifth generation Tercel (L50; 1994-1999) for the 1995 model year. The Toyota Tercel not only carried over trim levels from the previous generation but also added a new CE trim level. It added a 1.3 L inline 4-cylinder engine and a new 1.5 L 1N-T turbo inline 4-cylinder diesel engine. It also had a new 4-speed automatic transmission.

Despite being a subcompact car with minimal power requirements, the Toyota Tercel still faces issues as time goes by. Common problems include suspension issues, where owners report tilting, bouncing, and bottoming out while driving, along with sluggish handling and persistent squeaking or rattling noises. These symptoms may indicate failing coil springs, coil spring insulators, sway bar bushings, or wheel bearings, with uneven front tire wear as another visible sign. Additionally, issues with the braking system and engine failure can occur. Brake fluid leakage, corrosion, and activated Brake Warning Lights may be due to a damaged hydraulic hose or brake line. In case of engine failure, it's worth checking the Tercel's idle control valve. Maintaining a Toyota Tercel in top condition requires proper care for each component, including seat belts, which should be replaced after every accident, and wiper arms for optimal wiper blade function. Regular maintenance of headlights and fog light bulbs is also essential for safe driving in various conditions.

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Toyota Tercel Parts Questions & Answers

  • Q: How to check and replace a thermostat in a cooling system?
    A: Before assuming the thermostat is to blame for a cooling system problem, check the coolant level, drive belt tension, and temperature gauge operation. If the engine takes a long time to warm up, replace the thermostat. Replace the thermostat if the engine runs hot and the lower radiator hose is not hot. Do not drive without a thermostat as it may affect the engine's performance, emissions, and fuel economy. When replacing the thermostat, disconnect the battery cable, drain the cooling system, locate the thermostat housing, detach the hose, and remove the housing cover. Note the air bleed valve position and fit a new gasket over the thermostat. Install the new thermostat correctly, reattach the cover and bolts, securely reconnect the hose, and refill the cooling system. Start the engine and check for leaks and proper thermostat operation.
  • Q: How do you remove the A/C Switch in your Toyota Tercel?
    A: To remove the stereo in your vehicle, start by disconnecting the battery cable from the negative battery terminal, ensuring you have the correct activation code for the anti-theft system if applicable. Then, remove the center cluster trim panel and the control assembly mounting screws. Carefully pull and tilt the unit out of the dash, potentially loosening the trim pad if necessary. Check the outer sheath of the cables for indentations and mark them with paint if needed. Remove the clamps and detach the control cables, followed by unplugging the electrical connectors and lifting the control from the vehicle. To install, simply reverse the removal steps and connect and/or adjust the A/C Switch cables.
  • Q: How to troubleshoot issues with the coolant temperature gauge?
    A: To troubleshoot issues with the coolant temperature gauge, start by checking the fuses if the gauge is inoperative. If the temperature indicator shows excessive temperature after running for a while, it may indicate a problem. In the case where the gauge indicates "Hot" shortly after starting the engine cold, disconnect the wire at the Coolant Temperature Sensor. If the gauge reading drops, replace the sending unit. If the reading remains high, there may be a shorted wire to the gauge or a faulty gauge. If the coolant temperature gauge fails to indicate after the engine has warmed up and the fuses are fine, shut off the engine. If the gauge still doesn't work, there may be an open circuit or a faulty gauge. For replacement, start by releasing any pressure in the radiator by removing and reinstalling the cap when the engine is cool. Disconnect the electrical connector from the sending unit and apply sealant to the threads of the new sending unit. Unscrew the old sending unit and quickly install the new one to prevent coolant loss. Tighten the sending unit securely and connect the wiring harness. Refill the cooling system, run the engine, and check for leaks and proper gauge operation.