Renewal

6 Loosen the cable locknut and detach the cable from the bracket at the throttle body.

7 Disconnect the cable from the throttle linkage.

8 Detach the cable from the bracket on the transmission.

9 Follow the cable down to the front of the transmission, where it enters the transmission housing right behind the neutral start switch. Remove the cable hold-down bolt.

10 Drain the transmission fluid (see Chapter 1). Working underneath the vehicle, undo the bolts and remove the transmission oil sump pan, then remove the filter.

Adjusting Nut

Adjusting Nut

Outer Cable 4.3 Throttle valve cable adjustment details

11 Remove the two oil tube bracket bolts and remove the oil tubes (see illustrations).

12 On A240L models, unplug the electrical connectors for the solenoids.

13 Remove the manual detent spring (see illustration).

14 Remove the manual valve on A1 32L models then, on all models, remove the valve body (see illustrations). On A132L models, the valve body is retained by 14 bolts, and on A240L models by 12 bolts. Note the different bolt lengths and their locations.

15 Disconnect the throttle valve cable from the cam on top of the valve body (see illustration).

16 Refitting is the reverse of removal. Be sure to tighten the valve body, manual valve and detent spring bolts to the torque listed in this Chapter's Specifications, where given. Refer to Chapter 1 for the torque specifications

4.13 Remove the manual detent spring (A132L transmission)

Oil Corolla A132l

4.14b ... remove the valve body retaining bolts and remove the valve body

Bracket

Bracket

4.11a Remove the two bolts that attach the tube bracket, remove the bracket...

A240l Transmission Oil Tube

4.11b ... and carefully lever out both ends of ail four oil tubes - make sure you don't bend or kink the tubes (A132L transmission)

for the pan bolts and the type and quantity of transmission fluid required to refill the transmission.

Pump Transmission A240l

4.14a On A132L models, remove the manual valve ...

4.15 Disengage the fitting on the lower end of the throttle valve cable from the cam on top of the valve body

5.1a Undo the nut and disconnect the selector cable from the lever

5.1b Pull out the cable retaining clip

5.3a Release the indicator panel clips (arrowed)

5.1a Undo the nut and disconnect the selector cable from the lever

5.1b Pull out the cable retaining clip

5.3a Release the indicator panel clips (arrowed)

5.3b Pull the light bulb and holder from the panel

5.5 Depress the clip either side and pull the outer cable from the selector lever base

5.3b Pull the light bulb and holder from the panel

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