2005 Toyota Corolla XRS
2005 Toyota Corolla XRS questions and answers
Q: 2005 Toyota Corolla XRS 6-Spd 50k?
My car is excellent but I need to sell it, how much do you think I should ask for it?? I need help really bad--
A: Ask $12,500 and take $11,000. Check out the private party value of your vehicle on the link below on KBB.
Q: Toyota Corolla XRS 2005?
My Rear Defrost isn't working and i don't know why ....Can someone tell me what can be the problem and how to solve it ? Thanks in advance That might be the problem. The windows have been tinted before, but not anymore...If that happened to me that means i lost my defrost? isn't there a way to fix this? isn't this supposed to damage one of the defrost line and not all of them? Thanks
A: look for blown fuses. they are under the dash by the driver's knees. also check in the engine compartment. there is a little black box with fuses and relays. with the car OFF, take out and check the corresponding fuses. look for a break in the little metal tab in there. also if by any chance you had tinting done, or stripped out by using a blade, it is possible (very likely) that the blade cut the heating wire that runs through your rear glass. also look for a relay market defrost or something similar. hope this helps some. the defrost lines are in a type of a circuit similar to old christmas lights. so if there is a break anywhere, it will only work to that point, if that because there must be a path for current to travel all the way to "ground." if there is a break, than there is no ground so current will not have a complete path to travel. i have heard that "they" make repair kits for those defrost lines. i don't know who though.
Q: Toyota Corolla XRS 2005?
I'm considering buying this car? Opinions? How much do you think it should go for (67,000 miles)? And do you like this car; why? Thanks in advance. :)
A: Get it checked out by a trusted mechanic first. if its good then go for it. Get a car fax too. car should be around $9000 to $11000. Depending on condition of the car. KBB have at $12240 but that's in excellent condition. NADA has it at $10750 in clean condition. if the price you have is in the $12000 or higher then ask who ever is selling for records for all the maintenance done. Mainly you want to see the maintenance for the 30000 mile and the 60000 mile maintenance. those are the major maintenance that should have gotten done. As for liking the car, i have one too but its an 2006 one. Same car different year. no changes at all. have a more powerful engine than the other models. Has a 6 speed manual transmission. has a nice sticky clutch. otherwise i like it mainly for its rarity.
Q: can i put a X-brace from a 2005 Corolla XRS onto a 2007-2008 Corolla S?
I have a 2008 Toyota Corolla S and i want to install a rear strut bar, i know that the 2005-2006 Corolla XRS comes with a stock rear X-brace, i wonder if that x-brace from the XRS can be installed onto my S model, or if the part is interchangebleX
A: Yes, the 2005 XRS Strut Bar will work on your 2008 S Model
Q: Which is the best option - Mazda or Toyota?
I am trying to weigh my options on one of two automobiles to purchase. The first one is a 2005 Mazda S V6 (Manual - 5 speed) and the other is a 2005 Toyota Corolla XRS (Manual - 6 speed) The Mazda is much bigger and is offered at an (out the door price - including tax, tag, and title) at 14,175. This car has 34,000 miles on it, but the V6 gets 19/25 gas mileage. It's not too bad, but it's not great. I took this one for a test drive, and I was blown away by the acceleration, styling, comfort, pleasant drive. But, the gas mileage makes me feel iffy. The Corolla is being offered (without the out-the-door price) at 12,995. It has 52,000 miles on it, and it's a v4, which gets 22/31 gas mileage. I haven't taken this one for a test drive, but I may. I'm thinking I can talk them down to an out the door price of less than that amount. I can't decide, and although, I'm not using this as the basis of my decision, I would just like to know other opinions on which is the better option. Average gas mileage for the Mazda is 22 and 29 on the Corolla. So, which do you think is a better deal?
A: Mazda is great for you..
Q: how much for a new clutch?
How mcuh would it cost to fix the clutch on my 2005 toyota corolla xrs?
A: your looking at about 6.5 hours of labor to install your clutch kit, so depending on what your mechanic charges per hour, I charge 45 and hour so that would be 288 dollars for labor plus whatever your clutch kit is going to cost. If your vehicle is a 2005, it should be under warranty though still (unless you bought it used off of someone), but before assuming that it is your clutch, make sure that you don't have a hydraulic clutch. If you do, check the reservoir fluid level, it may just be low ... if it is, fill it with the recommended fluid (usually just plain brake fluid), and your system should be able to pump its self back up by pumping your clutch pedal.
Q: hydraulic clutch price?
im getting the hydraulic clutch replaced on my car. How much is the normal price range for that kind of work? Its a 2005 toyota corolla xrs with 70K on it.
A: Try to drive better with the stick shift next time. Probably $500 - $1,000 whether you do it yourself or if the dealer repairs it for you.
Q: Need a Tune up?
I have a 2005 toyota corolla xrs manual trans. with 71,000 miles on it. Latley it has lost alot of its power. How it started is I would hit the gas and the car would go but the rpm's go up and the engine revs for a second, then it goes back to normal and I can accelerate normally. Today I had to run out and Its acting up alot more. I will accelerate and the rpm's go up really fast. I have to shift alot sooner than I use to just to keep the engine from reving too much and the rpm's from going too high. I can accelerate still but its like it has no power. It struggles to get going. What could possible be wrong? Im gonna have it looked at tomorrow.
A: It sounds like your clutch is slipping. It could be a problem with the slave cylinder on the clutch, or the clutch itself could be worn and need replacement! Have it checked before it leaves you walking!!!
Q: How much does a clutch repair cost at a Toyota dealer?
2005 Corolla XRS with 45000 Miles
A: Phone them and ask, would sound sensible me.
Q: Which car would you buy?
Brand new 09 Toyota Corolla XRS, fully loaded, for $21,058. Used 2005 Mercedes C230 Sport 4D Sedan, fully loaded, for $20,998. 21/29 MPG, and 35K mileage. Which car would you buy, and which one would make you look cooler?
A: I would pick the Toyota, just for the cost of repairs being cheaper and the longer life of the car being new, but I love the looks of the Mercedes and the Prestige of a luxury car. But I would also take a look at the 2009 Mazda 6.