The Corolla is a line of subcompact/compact cars produced by the Japanese automaker Toyota, which has become very popular throughout the world since the nameplate was first introduced in 1966. Since then there have been ten generations of Corolla produced i.e. First generation — E10 series, Second generation — E20 series, Third generation — E30, E40, E50, E60 series, Fourth generation — E70 series, Fifth generation — E80 series, Sixth generation — E90 series, Seventh generation — E100 series, Eighth generation — E110 series, Ninth generation — E120 and E130 series, Tenth generation — E140 and E150 series (2006).
The following Wiring Diagram and Electrical System manual apply for Toyota Corolla E80 Series for 1983 model year. Here you will find detail description, explanation, troubleshooting tips and illustration of the entire electrical system of the vehicle which consists of 25 systems, including the power source and ground points. The power source illustrations show how battery power is distributed to each fuse and which loads in the system the fuses protect. Most system are drawn from the fuse location. Joining the power source with any system. All ground points are illustrated along with the relationship between component grounds. The wiring routings and relay locations can be found at the back of this manual. The circuit, connectors, troubleshooting hints, and component operation are illustrated for each system.
Detail content of this manual: Introduction, Troubleshooting, Power Source, Starting and Ignition System, Charging System, EFI system, Carburetor, Overdrive, Idle-up, Headlights, Turn Signal and Hazard Warning Lights, Taillights and Illumination, Interior Lights, Stop Lights, Back-up Lights, Rear Fog Lights, Headlight Cleaner, Seat Belt Warning, Front Wiper and Washer, Rear Wiper and Washer, Rear Window Defogger, Cigarette Lighter and Clock, Radio and Horn, Combination Meter, Air Conditioner, Sun Roof, Ground Points, Relay Locations, Electrical Wiring Routing, and Complete Electrical Wiring Diagram.