Toyota 1.6L Index of Articles

Troubleshooting a blown head gasket, on your 1.6L Toyota Corolla (or 1.6L Geo Prizm), is not hard. You can easily do the same tests that are done at a professional shop... [read more]

The front oxygen sensor is a 2 wire type which means it doesn't have an internal heater to worry about. You can easily find out if the oxygen sensor is bad or just plain... [read more]

Doing a manual cylinder balance test will ‘nail down’ the misfiring cylinder (also known as a ‘dead’ cylinder) that's causing your 1.6L Toyota... [read more]

A trouble code P0141: Heated Oxygen Sensor Circuit (Sensor #2) on your 1996-1997 1.6L Toyota Corolla usually means that the post-catalytic converter oxygen sensor's internal... [read more]

If you've been wondering how to test the fuel injectors on your 1993-1997 1.6L equipped Toyota Corolla (1993-1997 1.6L Geo Prizm), then you've come to the right place. In... [read more]

Retrieving the trouble codes on your OBD I Toyota Corolla isn't difficult. In this tutorial I'll explain how you can do it in a step-by-step way. Checking to see what... [read more]

If you've been wondering what's involved in testing and interpreting an engine compression test on your 1.6L Toyota Corolla (1.6L Geo Prizm), then this is the tutorial you... [read more]

In this tutorial I'm gonna' show you how to test the idle switch portion of the 1.6L Toyota Corolla throttle position sensor. You'll also find the instructions on how to... [read more]

This tutorial will help to test the throttle position sensor on your 1989 to 1997 1.6L Toyota Corolla with a simple multimeter. The throttle position test outlined in... [read more]