Toyota Tercel Model Overview
Toyota Tercel Cars
What other engines could fit a tercel I'm looking for something with a little more horsies
I bought a Toyota and the engine is dirty? How do I clean it to be clean on the outside? Can I Spray it off at a carwash with hot water without problems? What areas do I not spray? I want to clea...
Dashboard Temperature Gauge And Other Electrical Components Not Registering...
My toyota tercel has been sitting for a while. Just finished fixing a few things on it, put in a new battery and got it started again. The temperature gauge on the dash board, windshield wipers, s...
I need to get some transmission fluid in my car so I can drive to the mechanic who is going to fix my seal~~~ where do I find the cap to remove under the car? I know I'll need a hose.Thank you. ...
1987 Rear Brake Lights Stay On With The Ignition Switch Off.
The brake lights stay on with the ignition switch off and all lights turned off. What causes this? I was informed that it is the micro switch for the brakes. If so, where is that located?
About the Toyota Tercel
The Toyota Tercel was introduced in 1978 as Toyota's sub-compact, entry-level car. The Tercel saw many incarnations during its lifetime, including as a sedan, coupe, wagon, and hatchback.
The Tercel was Toyota's first front-wheel drive car, and was originally named the Corolla Tercel, to capitalize on the sedan's popularity. The first Tercels had a 60 horsepower engine. By the end, it had gained a 93-horsepower engine.
In addition to its many body styles, the Tercel was available in a variety of trims over its 20-year run, including a 4WD version with a sixth, extra-low gear. In 1988, Toyota introduced a super-economy version, the Tercel EZ, which came equipped with rubber floor mats and vinyl seating, but was lacking basics such as sun visors.
It was discontinued in 1998 in favor of Toyota's new sub-compact, the Echo, which was introduced in 2000 and subsequently discontinued as well.