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Toyota Corolla repairs by problem area

Engine (41%)

Transmission and Drivetrain (6%)

Brakes and Traction Control (13%)

Suspension and Steering (12%)

Electrical and Air Conditioning (18%)

Paint, Rust, Leaks, Rattles, and Trim (6%)

Other (5%)

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Toyota Corolla electrical repair cost distribution

$2500+ (4%)

$1000 - $2499 (6%)

$500 - $999 (15%)

$100 - $499 (54%)

< $100 (21%)

Chart based on 156 repair trips. The repair cost chart excludes repairs made under warranty, do-it-yourself repairs, and repair trips that include maintenance.

2015 Toyota Corolla 4dr Sedan

132-horsepower 1.8L I4 7-speed shiftable CVT FWD

2000 mi Rear windshield defogger grid was broken when purchased car brand new. Toyota replaced rear glass. 

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2014 Toyota Corolla 4dr Sedan

132-horsepower 1.8L I4 7-speed shiftable CVT FWD

1349 mi Issue with the driver door lock. Sometimes, the door wouldn't lock or unlock completely, it was between the 2 positions. The dealer replaced the door lock module. 
5700 mi The steering wheel audio controls fail to work. This was on the same wiring harness as the airbag. The car had to be held 10 days until the part came in. They did give me a rental car at no charge. 
32000 mi Hard to start after car is idle for 8 hrs. Dealer determined the battery was bad and replaced under warranty. 

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2014 Toyota Corolla 4dr Sedan

132-horsepower 1.8L I4 4-speed automatic FWD

They claimed nothing was wrong, but it worked after they checked it out. 
24000 mi Screw holding harness came loose. 

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2013 Toyota Corolla 4dr Sedan

132-horsepower 1.8L I4 4-speed automatic FWD

22000 mi CD player intermittently fails to read discs. Dealer checked but could not reproduce. 
9000 mi motor for the windshield washer system failed 
50610 mi

US $126
Car would suddenly no longer start, within 2 hours of still working and starting properly. Called AAA. They diagnosed that one cell in the battery failed and exchanged battery. 

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2012 Toyota Corolla 4dr Sedan

132-horsepower 1.8L I4 4-speed automatic FWD

13400 mi Dealer replaced the passenger power window track assembly under warranty 
68300 mi Airbag sensor light stays on after car is on. Airbags did not deploy in accident with a semi-truck that caused serious injuries to myself and my daughter's back and neck. 

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2011 Toyota Corolla 4dr Sedan

turbocharged 124hp 2.0L I4 Diesel 6-speed manual FWD

53700 mi Battery 

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2011 Toyota Corolla 4dr Sedan

132-horsepower 1.8L I4 5-speed manual FWD

45880 mi

C $150
The battery had to be replaced as it would not hold a charge. Service manager thought it might be because some plate was shorting out. 

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2011 Toyota Corolla 4dr Sedan

132-horsepower 1.8L I4 4-speed automatic FWD

32700 mi

US $16
Replaced car antenna. Rusted out. 

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2010 Toyota Corolla

Engine not specified

75220 mi

C $400
AC condenser leaking (replaced) 

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2010 Toyota Corolla 4dr Sedan

132-horsepower 1.8L I4 5-speed manual FWD

140120 mi

C $96
Battery was becoming weak and needed to be replaced before winter. 

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2010 Toyota Corolla 4dr Sedan

132-horsepower 1.8L I4 4-speed automatic FWD

58280 mi Grinding sound on cold start. Starter motor not disengaging, starter was replaced. 
77500 mi

C $985
car lost power when driving on the highway and had to be towed back to the dealership. see previous - car lost power and dealership replaced battery ( to run diagnostics as they said the battery was defective). Then informed the alternator was bad and had to be replaced as well. 
115000 mi

US $127
Battery was critically low and needed replacing. 
29760 mi Car had a difficult time starting. Technician performed test and discovered battery was defective. Battery replaced under warranty. 
39000 mi

US $150
Battery died with No warning, fine the night before (no hard starts, no indicators). Next morning dead, even after a jumping the battery to start the car, the battery would not charge. 
3000 mi Bluetooth activation button was not working properly. New part ordered and system successfully replaced. 
44300 mi

US $322
replace starter 
59080 mi

C $1000
AC stopped working 
59520 mi AC not working 
30000 mi

US $26
New DRL bulb 
49600 mi

C $150
Replace battery 
41000 mi Radio shortened out. Was able to replace under pre-owned warranty. 
71000 mi

US $600
Had to replace the alternator. Nothing really since this is just standard maint. I suppose? 
65000 mi

US $250
Failed power door actuator replaced (not LF) 
67000 mi

US $120
Replaced failed LF power door actuator 
62000 mi Engine made a grinding noise shortly after being started. Starter was not disengaging properly. Replaced starter. 
77000 mi

US $403
Lights would flicker when the car was running. Alternator replaced. Lights would flicker when the car was running. First dealer replaced the alternator. Did not fix problem. 3 days later, the car would not start - obvious electrical/relay noises. Had to be towed - 2nd dealer found broken ground wire. 
125700 mi Noise from driver's power window. Replaced motor and regulator under warranty. 
129000 mi Radio quit working. Would not power on. 
56000 mi

US $386
Heater blower motor went bad, had to completely replace it. 
38000 mi Alternator replacement 

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2010 Toyota Corolla 4-door

6-cylinder automatic 2WD

88300 mi Battery was low enough to preven the car from starting 

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2009.5 Toyota Corolla 4dr Sedan

132-horsepower 1.8L I4 5-speed manual FWD

22940 mi

$100
Battery change 

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2009 Toyota Corolla 4dr Sedan

132-horsepower 1.8L I4 5-speed manual FWD

95700 mi So my radio stops working when it gets cold out. Once the car warms up it starts working again. I took it to the dealer and they were unable to replicate so I have to wait for next winter! 
137000 mi

US $550
replaced starter 
27280 mi Defective wiper control arm so the wipers won't turn on when sub-zero temperature, but afer heating the cabin the controls were caming back. Replaced the control arm and controls seem OK for now. 
21000 mi During the hot summer months, the radio would start ejecting all the cds and if you tried to go to a new station it would turn off. This happened nearly every time we would start the car. 

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2009 Toyota Corolla 4dr Sedan

132-horsepower 1.8L I4 4-speed automatic FWD

68040 mi

C $200
On a rainy day the Alternator gave away. 
116000 mi Fuse kept blowing and car would not go into gear, no brake lights. Replaced fuse multiply times. Kept blowing. N shop now, trying to find cause of problem 
90700 mi

US $100
battery failed to keep charge 
99000 mi Replaced starter motor to correct grinding noise when starting. Unclear if same as the earlier noise. 
66000 mi

US $300
Alternator 
86000 mi Battery purchase at COSTCO not fully chargeable 
46000 mi

US $20
Drain was clogged and needed to be cleaned out. 
27900 mi

C $415
Battery ran out of power and could not be jump-started; had to be replaced. System also had to be reset because security "feature" rendered electronic keys useless after battery was drained. 
61340 mi

C $163
A quarter of a strip of my rear defroster burned out 
56000 mi

US $220
Battery light illuminated constantly. I replaced alternator with Autozone 110Amp unit. Old alternatod was totally dead. No Output. 
229400 mi

C $60
alternator broke 
33480 mi Speaker vibrating badly in driver door  
14000 mi A/C Smelly. Replaced Sub-Evap.  
174300 mi

US $900
Problem: Sudden, extremely loud shrieking noise from the front of the engine. Resolution: Alternator replaced. 
10000 mi I had the radio replaced under warranty because the display went dead sporadically. They replaced the radio under warranty and the new one has pulled the same crap a few times. I have a friend that had a 2009 Corolla that had the same problem. 
40500 mi

US $100
The bearing in the alternator failed. Toyota dealer quoted $720. Bought salvaged part on ebay for $65 and replaced it myself. Not covered under power train warranty! 
43000 mi

US $50
Alternator bearing out. Replace alternator. 
81 mi The very first day I owned the car, it began having intermittent issues with the passenger air bag and seat belt. The seat belt sensor on the passenger seat was bad, and was replaced. Took the dealership 5 days to diagnose (didn't take complete info). 
22700 mi Display on car stereo turned completely black. Dealership ordered new stereo - states will arrive in approximately 1 week. 
50000 mi

US $481
replaced free under extended warranty 
104500 mi Battery change 
43000 mi

US $96
Problem with AC odor noticed when new but told it was normal. Searched on line and saw there is a TSB for odor but car was out of warranty then. Was made to pay part of bill to correct. 
11000 mi LCD display on radio would fade when cold. Radio replaced. However, replacement radio only has ONE band of 6 presets, while the old one had THREE bands of 6 presets. 
14000 mi Malfunctioning CD changer replaced. 
52300 mi

US $200
Terminal corroded completely off. 
80000 mi Replacement of battery 

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2008.5 Toyota Corolla 4dr Sedan

132-horsepower 1.8L I4 4-speed automatic FWD

14880 mi Pushbutton start repaired, was confused and had to be re programmed (needed it for the whole day) 

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2008 Toyota Corolla 4dr Sedan

126-horsepower 1.8L I4 5-speed manual FWD

143700 mi

US $120
Had to replace the washer motor. Mechanic suspects this was caused by using Rain-X fluid (FYI). 
49600 mi

C $80
Battery needed to be replaced 

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2008 Toyota Corolla 4dr Sedan

126-horsepower 1.8L I4 4-speed automatic FWD

54500 mi

US $250
The horn didn't work. A wire had come loose. 
37000 mi map light does not stay on. dealer stated that there was corrosion on the wires. 
43000 mi

US $150
Battery was totally drained. Vehicle was not used for 2 months. 
68000 mi

US $130
dead battery toyota true start 84 only lasted 29 months 
77300 mi Replaced battery 

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2007 Toyota Corolla 4dr Sedan

turbocharged 124hp 2.0L I4 Diesel 6-speed manual FWD

29760 mi "Check Airbag" appeared on the display. Traced it to a loose connection to pressure sensor under passenger seat. Repaired myself using a soldering iron and some heat-shrink isolation. 

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2007 Toyota Corolla 4dr Sedan

126-horsepower 1.8L I4 4-speed automatic FWD

48140 mi Battery wear prematurely indicated 
51440 mi Poor AC cooling. 
62000 mi

﷼150
Cooling fan motor repkaced due to noise and poor ac performance. 
63860 mi

﷼1100
AC compressor emitting noise (whine sound). Attempted to recharge & add AC oil--no change. Compressor need replacing. Not sure if this is related to previous poor AC performance complain that was not fixed by the dealer. 
69000 mi The panel light that lights the dial for the heat temp doesn't come on reliably. Was told its probably a loose wire, would cost $200+ to dismantle dash and fix. I opted to not get it fixed this time. replaced drivers side head light 
71000 mi The panel light that lights the dial for the heat temp didn't come on reliably. 
5948 mi Horn problem (weak horn sound). Replaced free under warranty. 
107000 mi Passenger door and right rear door locks not responding to electric door lock control 
108000 mi

US $897
Replaced passenger and right rear door lock actuators 
117000 mi

US $180
Fusible Link fried and had to be replaced. Battery was old and had to be replaced as well. 

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2007 Toyota Corolla 4-door

4-cylinder automatic 2WD

137020 mi

€150
Starter motor needed replacing. Also regular maintenance, oil and filters changed. 

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2006 Toyota Corolla 4dr Sedan

126-horsepower 1.8L I4 5-speed manual FWD

94000 mi

US $300
Cruise control switch had broken and needed to be replaced. 
119000 mi

US $526
The alternator and starter went out at same time. Both were replaced. 
300000 mi

US $800
Battery & alternator needed to be replaced at ~299,999 miles. It was a " frigid Winter" ....and due to the vehicles age. 
35000 mi HVAC fan making squealing noise. Suspected fan bearing. 

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2006 Toyota Corolla 4dr Sedan

126-horsepower 1.8L I4 4-speed automatic FWD

70000 mi

US $400
Replaced A/C condensor and recharges a/c system. 
62000 mi

C $1306
AC Condenser leak. Replaced A/C condenser, vacuum and charged A/C, oil as required, R-134a refrigerant. 
83740 mi

C $75
A/C Blower motor bearing worn, causing fan to make a noise. Bought replacement A/C blower motor and installed myself. 
45000 mi

US $400
Replace leaking o-ring seals in air conditioner compressor. This was the second time they needed to be replaced. 
50000 mi

US $250
AC Blower motor went bad. Easy to replace myself. 
106000 mi

US $200
Had to replace the HVAC blower 
91000 mi

US $120
Battery replaced. 
51000 mi

US $600
compressor failure 
51700 mi

US $600
AC compressor solenoid failed. 
87000 mi

US $350
Power lock on passenger side stopped working 
63860 mi

C $62
A/C relay 

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2005 Toyota Corolla

Engine not specified

62000 mi Both headlight broken and the  

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2005 Toyota Corolla 4dr Sedan

130-horsepower 1.8L I4 5-speed manual FWD

121000 mi Windshield wipers. Intermittent to final full failure to Park and operate in Intermittent mode. Cold solder joint on WW switch circuit board. Re-soldered. 

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2005 Toyota Corolla 4dr Sedan

130-horsepower 1.8L I4 4-speed automatic FWD

101000 mi

US $120
Washer-fluid pump not working; ordered new motor, waiting for installation. 
71880 mi battery 
86360 mi

C $200
Clock display was on/off all the time Plastic box were broken in the middle 
109000 mi battery is dead. 
44000 mi 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. 
71000 mi

US $1000
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. 
82000 mi

US $112
Fix horn 
86000 mi

US $1600
starter went bad 
182000 mi

US $256
Starter motor 
104700 mi

US $500
New starter 
136820 mi

C $1300
Alternator replaced after battery could not seem to keep a charge. 
69000 mi

US $120
AC noise, shop refilled freon but could not isolate noise. 
111600 mi Tire problem light on dash is on AGAIN. I will try adding air to tires. But the reset isn't easy for a non-mechanic to do. These witness lights on the dash oblige the consumer to make a trip to the garage, sometimes multiple times. 
147300 mi

C $25
No brake lights, not able to take car out of park. Replaced a fuse Under dash at the base of the brake pedal assembly. 

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2004 Toyota Corolla 4dr Sedan

130-horsepower 1.8L I4 5-speed manual FWD

95480 mi

C $300
car failed to start. gave no warning. wires were corroded &broke off. replace starter & coat wires to prevent. 
31000 mi Replaced two front window motors both passenger and driver 

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2004 Toyota Corolla 4dr Sedan

130-horsepower 1.8L I4 4-speed automatic FWD

125000 mi

US $200
The air bag light came on. The clock spring - which is located on the steering - wheel was replaced. 
105000 mi

US $170
Small relay had failed in AC. Shop guy said for sure a dealer would have replaced entire AC. 
59700 mi

US $456
Alternator is dead, my previous 1995 Corolla had the same issue in 2005. 
198000 mi

US $85
Intermittant high leakage in lead from alternator replaced earlier in the year. Took the car in the shop for about 3 weeks to diagnose the wire occasionally rubbing against frame. 
149000 mi

US $100
Screeching noise during engine start: starter solenoid. 
129300 mi Passenger window does not operate. We assumed it was related to the recall but dealer claims it is unrelated. 
82000 mi Had both headlamps go out at the same time. Thought it was a DRL problem, but turned out to be just my headlamps went bad (at the same time). Repaired myself. 

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2004 Toyota Corolla 4-door

4-cylinder manual 2WD

84300 mi

£100
Tricky headlight bulb change 

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2003 Toyota Corolla 4dr Sedan

130-horsepower 1.8L I4 5-speed manual FWD

83700 mi

C $200
Replaced some kind of electronic or electrical part [resistance?]for car heater. Had no heat in car. 
113460 mi

C $20
Headlight brunt out had to replace. 
219000 mi Took in for a/c recharge. After recharge A/C was turning on and off at will. Replaced battery. After battery was replaced there were two instances of car not starting. 
110896 mi

C $1209
Transmission bearing replacement Clutch replacement 
193440 mi

C $50
Odometer wouldn't go past 299999. Manufacturer replaced no charge other than labour. 
125000 mi Car would not start, replaced starter and solenoid component and problem fixed 
252000 mi

US $270
Starter solenoid contacts and cable corroding (lots of salt damage). Replaced starter, too lazy to take it apart and clean all of it. 

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2003 Toyota Corolla 4dr Sedan

130-horsepower 1.8L I4 4-speed automatic FWD

52000 mi

US $100
Replace Shrader valves on AC unit. 
83000 mi

US $100
Dead starter - Replaced with rebuilt. 
112000 mi

US $150
Recharged the A/C and performed compression test for leaks a/c was not cooling. shop checked a/c for leaks. NO leaks found. Refrigerant was low, so additional refrigerant was added. 
69500 mi

US $50
Central airbag sensor assembly replaced 
74000 mi

US $50
freezing coil sensor replaced 
90000 mi

US $55
Defective headlights switch replaced. 
162000 mi

US $300
Low beams stopped working, only high beams were functional. 
149000 mi

US $235
Replace relay for air conditioner and recharge A/C system. 
164700 mi

US $435
Car failed to start at all, after a few incidents of intermittent failure. No cranking, battery seemed OK. Car towed in, mechanic replaced alternator. 
138700 mi

US $125
Replaced alternator, bad bearing 
133000 mi

US $7
Replace brake lamp 
275000 mi

US $100
Starter 
118000 mi

US $371
The engine would not turn over when the ignition was turned. The problem was related to the switch/cable in the gearshift assembly. The car was not registering that the trans. was in park. The transmission shift cable had to be replaced. 
121000 mi

US $38
Removed and replaced blower motor which was working intermittently. 
101000 mi One of the headlights were burnt out. Old headlight were Sylvania Silverstar. I retrofitted Philips HIR2 bulbs to fit the headlights. Now I have much brighter lights. I paid $60 for two. Little pricier than the Silverstar but longer lasting. 
116000 mi Noticed three weeks prior that A/C was intermittently not cooling. Four days ago, A/C stopped cooling totally. Blower worked, but only hot. Went to three machinics, who told me Evaporator core clogged. It would be around $1400 to fix. 
183000 mi

US $150
Air conditioning not blowing cold air. 
203000 mi

US $100
Replaced starter. 
186000 mi

C $300
The problem is with TOYOTA! Odmeters on these cars STOP at 299,000 km's and Toyota will not replace. They made me pay for the new odometer myself. NOT HAPPY. Obviously it had to be replaced to have some sort of record of my car. 
111000 mi

US $100
The headlight bulb connector (sometimes called a "pigtail" became freed/burned. It was causing the bulb to flicker and wear prematurely. I had it replaced. 
121000 mi

US $500
Starter, Spark Plugs 
74000 mi

US $1100
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. 
100000 mi

US $50
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!!! 
181300 mi

US $400
starter quit 

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2002 Toyota Corolla 4dr Sedan

125-horsepower 1.8L I4 5-speed manual FWD

79000 mi

US $360
Air conditioner O-ring leaking, requires labor-intensive repair and recharge A/C Headlight bulb burned out @79k miles (note this model has daytime running lights) 
83000 mi

US $55
Air conditioning recharge 
108000 mi

US $469
Very slow leak at condenser o-ring, not repaired due to corrosion would require condenser replacement. Advised to recharge as needed every few years. 
111000 mi

US $20
headlight 

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2002 Toyota Corolla 4dr Sedan

125-horsepower 1.8L I4 4-speed automatic FWD

114000 mi

US $100
Wiper motor out entirely. checked fuses initially, then noticed burnt plastic on the cylinder joint where the motor is attached.  
133300 mi

C $500
Belt tensioner replaced,Blower making noise-replaced 
161200 mi

C $2000
Car had noise, dealer said is steering pump-replaced-turns out is AC compressor-replaced 
153000 mi 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. 
142700 mi

US $89
battery connection was dirty and car wouldn't start 
177000 mi

US $180
replaced alternator 

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2001 Toyota Corolla 4dr Sedan

125-horsepower 1.8L I4 5-speed manual FWD

168000 mi

US $60
drivers side front window motor unable to fully lift or lower window. replaced window motor unit and greased regulator. problem fixed.  
144000 mi

US $35
Replaced passenger side electric window switch. 
99000 mi

US $850
A/C had slow leak, dealer recharged adding in some sort of dye to find leak. Brought back in 2 weeks so that they could look for dye with special light. Leak found, A/C works great - now that it's fall! 
136000 mi

US $145
Heater fan squealing, replaced by Vocational school 

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2001 Toyota Corolla 4dr Sedan

125-horsepower 1.8L I4 4-speed automatic FWD

122000 mi

US $93
Recharged AC. No leaks found. 
180800 mi

C $500
Failed to recharge battery, altenator was not working 
105000 mi

US $527
they replaced a part to prevent headlights from staying on all the time and wearing the battery down. It was located behind the glove-box (unable to remember name of part) 
117000 mi

US $25
Turn signal switch went bad--replaced with a junk yard part from a Prizm. 

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2001 Toyota Corolla 4dr Sedan

125-horsepower 1.8L I4 3-speed automatic FWD

185000 mi

US $200
AC fan motor quit working 

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2000 Toyota Corolla

Engine not specified

62300 mi

US $85
R&R Blower motor - $30.00 R&R D.S. Front Window motor - $55.00 

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2000 Toyota Corolla 4dr Sedan

125-horsepower 1.8L I4 5-speed manual FWD

155300 mi

US $30
Replaced both headlights which were both out. 

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2000 Toyota Corolla 4dr Sedan

125-horsepower 1.8L I4 4-speed automatic FWD

97000 mi

US $53
Replaced left rear window regulator and motor. 
98000 mi

US $45
replaced front passenger window regulator. 
83000 mi

US $1000
Low battery charge 
136000 mi

US $60
Replaced driver's side front window regulator. 

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1999 Toyota Corolla

Engine not specified

202000 mi

US $400
Starter replaced 
100000 mi

US $300
alternator 
155000 mi

C $100
Starter problem. Had a friend who is a mechanic look at my starter. He took it apart and rebuilt a part. 

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1999 Toyota Corolla 4-door

4-cylinder manual 2WD

134000 mi Backup lights not operating. Mechanic found broken wiring to light assembly and repaired. 
238700 mi

US $800
Horn Stopped working 
283000 mi

US $257
needed new alternator 

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1999 Toyota Corolla 4-door

4-cylinder automatic 2WD

138000 mi The cigarette lighter stopped getting electricity, so I couldn't charge my GPS or my phone. They needed more time to fix it, so I had to bring it back in in September. 
138000 mi

US $150
Cigarette lighter no longer charged GPS or phone. The shop needed more time to fix it, so I came back in after Labor Day. 
164000 mi

US $50
Air conditioning coolant needed to be recharged. System was otherwise fine. 

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1998 Toyota Corolla 4-door

4-cylinder manual 2WD

167000 mi Air conditioning not working. 

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1998 Toyota Corolla 4-door

4-cylinder automatic 2WD

137700 mi

US $200
Starter replaced 

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1997 Toyota Corolla 4-door

4-cylinder automatic 2WD

249000 mi

US $130
Air conditioning no longer blowing cold air. Had the system recharged. Now working fine. 
260000 mi starter 

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1996 Toyota Corolla 4-door

4-cylinder automatic 2WD

118000 mi

US $60
no voltage heading to left tail light. Couldn't identify break in wire. Kludged it: ran a wire from the other tail light, through bumper. 

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1995 Toyota Corolla

Engine not specified

162000 mi

US $325
Starter rebuilt, third time. 

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1995 Toyota Corolla 4-door

4-cylinder manual 2WD

141000 mi

US $300
new starter 

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