Toyota Paseo Model Overview
Toyota Paseo Cars
Why Wouldn't The Engine Be Getting Fire To Plugs In A 1992 Toyota Paseo
The engine started up and ran for a few seconds then it died. Now it'll turn over but won't start
Will Not Start
No power will not start put in a new fuel pump new rotary and rotary cap newspark plugs new ignition coil and no power
I Have A 1993 Toyota Paseo With A Five Speed Manual Transmition The Front ...
What Other Toyota Parts Are Interchangable With 1994 Toyota Paseo
Have a 1994 Toyota Paseo that the heater fan motor went out and would like to see about replacing it for now with something used.
Coil Check... All That I Am Asking Is There A Different Way To Test A Coil ...
PLUGS ROTOR CAP NEW... WIRES FAIRLY NEW...BATTERY IS GOOD... the battery is at 11.88( because I've been cranking the car checking for fuel pressure spark arc etc) coil reads 11.67 on both wires i...
About the Toyota Paseo
The Toyota Paseo was introduced in 1992 as a replacement for the discontinued Corolla coupe. However, it was built on the Tercel platform, and therefore much smaller than the Corolla. The Paseo proved to be popular mostly among women, who liked the car's small, sporty shape.
The Paseo was often described as "cute," and it had a reputation (some would say a bad one) as being a "girl's car." In its short lifetime, the Paseo only underwent one revision, and the restyling proved to be unpopular among Paseo fans. In its last year of life, a convertible was available.
Because they are cheap and can accept a variety of engines, Paseos have been popular among modification enthusiasts.
The Paseo was retired in 1997, due to slowing sales and a decline in overall coupe sales.