I need a 2007 Toyota Corolla S model repair manual

Asked by Jul 05, 2013 at 04:05 PM about the Toyota Corolla

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

During the evening hours the dash light automatically light up - Now the dash and tail lights don't work what can be the problem -and how do I resolve this problem?
My email address is sopas612@aol.com. Need assistance

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haynes and the ORIGINAL shop manual can be found here~ http://www.ebay.com/sch/6000/i.html? _nkw=2007+Toyota+Corolla+S+model+repair&_vxp=mtr&_rdc=2

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perhaps you've got a battery that is older than five....this would cause the alternator to work overtime~ having a battery that's "crippled" because it cannot accept a charge because the tin-antimony batteries they use these days degrade 10 percent per year....if you have a five year old battery is time to change with a new one...when you do undo the other end of the cable, the one that attaches to the chassis ground, wirebrush this cable and the point to where it attaches to establish a good ground to the light circuit....also the ground cable that goes to the motorblock (connects near the alternator)~....this way the 300 or so cold-cranking amps needed will have no trouble gettin' thru~

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When there is a short in the tail lights and the fuse blows, the dash light go with...they are on the same fuse so if you lose tail lights you won't be driving around without them and not know. If a new fuse blows quickly, start rummaging around in the tail light assembly, look for frayed wires, bad bulb sockets, things like that

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The fuse box is a real &^%$^&*er to get to on a 2007 Corolla, way up deep inside the dash behind the coin holder left of the steering wheel

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for what it's worth.....

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nice cartoon, make these yourself?....funny it does not 2X when clicked...our pal Daniel seemed to think that MS paint has the flexibility to manipulate these images but I ain't seein' it...cute stuff H25~

maybe this one will enlarge..you're right usually the get bigger sometimes fill the screen, the fuse box is there on the left

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Myself? I can't draw bugs..get it? draw...never mind, lame anyway

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you've got a handle on this technology...looking up .jpg there are quite a few that call themselves this, just wondering which of the pre-dispositions bring this about...yours is MAC, shouldn't make a bit of difference with something like this~

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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/JPEG

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you can draw attention.~

This guy REALLY had to have gotten carried away trying to find it..it will get bigger

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