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Toyota Corolla Replacement Distributor Information

The Toyota Corolla is undeniably one of the most popular cars ever sold, with many millions produced and sold since its first appearance in 1966. Between the years 1997 and 2007 alone, more than 35 million units were sold, making it the most popular car in the world. Finding replacement parts for a Corolla is not difficult, with many options in brand, price and quality available. Replacing a part such as a Toyota Corolla distributor, as an example, can be done by purchasing new or remanufactured units, either from the original part maker or an alternative manufacturer. A distributor is an important part of a car's ignition system, responsible for sending the high voltage charge from the ignition coil to the spark plugs. It must also be able to fire the spark plugs in a specific order, called the firing order. Failure to do this properly will render the engine inoperable. Whenever replacing an old distributor, it's advisable to also install new spark plug wires at the same time. A faulty spark plug wire can burn out the coil and may have been the cause for your initial distributor problems. Toyota Corolla distributors are often available in kits that include a new cap, rotor, coil and wire set.

Toyota Corolla Distributor They are available for the following Toyota Corolla years: 1997, 1996, 1995, 1994, 1993, 1992, 1991, 1990, 1988, 1987, 1986, 1985, 1984, 1982, 1981, 1980, 1979, 1978, 1977, 1976, 1975, 1974, 1973, 1972, 1971, 97, 96, 95, 94, 93, 92, 91, 90, 88, 87, 86, 85, 84, 82, 81, 80, 79, 78, 77, 76, 75, 74, 73, 72, 71. This part is also sometimes called Toyota Corolla Ignition Distributors. We stock distributor parts for most Toyota models including Camry, Pickup, Celica, Tacoma, 4Runner, MR2, Tercel, Land Cruiser, Supra, Previa, Cressida, T100, Van, Paseo, RAV4, Corona, Starlet, Hi Lux, Van Wagon and Carina.

We stock these Distributor brands for the Toyota Corolla: Replacement, A1 Cardone, SKP, WAI Global, Spectra Premium and DIY Solutions.

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Your Toyota Corolla distributor serves a couple purposes. It first supplies the voltage from the coil to the correct cylinder. This is done inside the Toyota Corolla distributor cap by the rotor. The rotor spins and supplies a pulse of energy that travels down the spark plug wire to the appropriate cylinder. Over time the distributor and rotor can develop 1993 Toyota Corolla distributor problems and need to be replaced.

A Clean Cap

You may have 1990 Toyota Corolla distributor problems with your distributor. If you suspect this then you need to check a couple of things. Often it is important first to check the distributor cap. The cap should be very clean on the inside and the outside. It is important to make sure the firing points are free of any build-up or corrosion. Secondly, you can inspect the rotor for burns, traces of carbon, and a tight fit.

The Diagram

There is a process to check the arc of electricity between the electrode and the metal of the spark plug wires. Each wire should be checked separately and individually. You can check each one by using the metal end of a screwdriver. It is also great to have a friend to help to watch if there is a spark present upon ignition. There are some definite precautions to take when trying this and it is advised to consult some expert videos or some excellent Toyota Corolla forums for a 1994 Toyota Corolla distributor diagram that are dealing specifically with a Corolla distributor cap.

Oil Leak

Another challenge that you can experience when you have some 1997 Toyota Corolla distributor problems is a distributor oil leak. This happens when a part called an O-ring fails. The O-ring is a part that is designed to seal the distributor to the engine of the car. It is used to prevent oil leaks at the base of the distributor. An oil leak of this kind can cause other problems over time. The leaking oil is coming from the oil used to lubricate the engine. If this oil continues to flow out of a malfunctioning O-ring, then eventually there can be a low oil situation in your car resulting in overheating and possible damage to the engine. If the oil that drops manages to get onto some of your car's wiring or hoses it can cause them to deteriorate. This can create a whole new set of repairs.

Small Cost

The cost to change the distributor cap and rotor at a local repair shop for a 1995 Toyota Corolla is around $120. You will spend a little more for new spark plugs and wires. If you do the 1995 Toyota Corolla distributor repair work yourself, you will only pay for the parts you need. The time to change it will probably be less than an hour and you can fix your Toyota distributor leak. You can easily get the parts you need from We sell auto parts online only. This saves us overhead and saves you money.

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It works very well so far. The pick up coil on my original distributor just blew out the top pick up coil copper winding. Not sure why, but it could be due to a shudder caused by the loss of some of the teeth to my timing belt which I also replaced after 180,000 miles on it. I would have just replaced the coil if I could have found someplace that sold one. The Toyota dealer did not even sell this. My original distributor and car have 320,000 miles on them.

1993 Toyota Corolla Ignition Distributor

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Reviewer: Giambalvo Contracting

I ordered first an ignition coil for my Toyota Corolla which turned out to be very good. I then later ordered a new distributor and this turned out to be excellent also. I ordered a new front lens and this also was a fine match.

1993 Toyota Corolla Ignition Distributor

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I was very impressed with the high quality of the distributor. It fit perfectly and was already setup to work properly. I would recommend the Richporter distributors to everyone!

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Distributor worked perfect! Just like OEM. Well made reman

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It is a good product and was easy to install and works well...

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I think there needs to be some options for delivery time.

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