1639 TrueDelta members own (or used to own) a 2000 or newer Toyota Corolla. 137 of these members
(8.4%) have reported electrical repairs for their car.
A total of 180 electrical repairs to Toyota Corollas--an average of 0.1 per
vehicle--have been reported.
Integrated relay went bad. Was in the shop for 3-5 days due to problem. Was very inconvenient for me to travel. Dealer didn't put me in rental.
took car to Pep boys who said I needed alternator and replaced 2 times and could not fix. lost 419.00 because they could not put good alternator in car. towed car to Toyota dealer who fixed car for 700.00 under extended warranty.
Airbag light has been coming on. I took it in for them to look at it. They said there was a bad seat belt assembly and that the airbag sensor needed to be replaced. The total came to $1100, but too much to be replaced.
a/c quit working, took to shop for diaginostic, but they said it was something else. I paid $49 for them to look at it. Went to several parts stores before someone said "have you tried you relay?" so, I bought it and it worked....$7!!!
Air conditioner compressor started sporadically not coming on within this season. When it came on, it worked fine, but sometimes it didn't come on. The blower motor had problems throughout the life of the car. Six replaced under warranty over the years.