Toyota Corolla

1992-1998 of release

Repair and operation of the car



Toyota Corolla
- 1. Maintenance instruction
   1.2. Codes of models
   1.3. Control panel
   + 1.4. Combination of devices
   + 1.5. Governing bodies and instrumentations
   - 1.6. Start-up of the engine and driving
      1.6.1. Check before start-up of the engine
      1.6.2. Check after start-up of the engine
      1.6.3. Methods of driving
      + 1.6.4. Towage of the trailer
      1.6.5. Actions at refusal of start-up of the engine
      1.6.6. Obligatory set of tools and spare wheel
      1.6.7. Replacement of a wheel
      1.6.8. Towage of the car
      1.6.9. Motor compartment
      1.6.10. Arrangement of safety locks
      1.6.11. Check of level of oil in the engine
      1.6.12. Oil brand choice
      1.6.13. Check of level of cooling liquid
      1.6.14. Composition of cooling liquid
      1.6.15. Check of pressure in tires
      1.6.16. Replacement of tires
      1.6.17. Shift of wheels
      1.6.18. Installation of winter tires and chains
      1.6.19. Precautionary measures for cast aluminum disks
      1.6.20. Check of an external condition of the battery
      1.6.21. Check of level of electrolyte
      1.6.22. Battery charging
      1.6.23. Check and replacement of safety locks
      + 1.6.24. Replacement of lamps
   1.7. Specifications
   1.8. Adjusting data, filling capacities and liquids
   + 1.9. Possible malfunctions
+ 2. Maintenance
+ 3. Engines
+ 4. Cooling systems, heating
+ 5. Fuel, exhaust systems
+ 6. System of decrease in toxicity
+ 7. Transmissions
+ 8. Coupling and half shafts
+ 9. Brake system
+ 10. Suspension bracket and steering
+ 11. Body
+ 12. Electric equipment



1.6.22. Battery charging

GENERAL INFORMATION

At charging of the battery the hydrogen which is explosive is emitted. Therefore before charging:

 – remove traffic jams (on the served batteries);
 – disconnect "weight" (if the battery is charged on the car);
 – before connection with the battery (or before a detachment from the battery) disconnect the charger from a network.

Security measures

Charge the battery in the ventilated room.

The maximum current of a charge should not exceed 5 A in order to avoid explosion.