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Old 04-04-2011, 02:20 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Illustrated Parts Catalog?

Hi guys, I was running outta options and didn't know where to turn to... but I'm looking for an illustrated parts catalog so I can order some toyota corolla parts (2004 s model) and be certain what I'm getting. All of the parts websites that I've found don't have pix of the minor parts here and there... :o

I called a couple parts places and the ones I did talk to said they didn't have anything like that and said that they could email me photos :/

I'm trying to help my sister repair/replace a couple things here and there on her car for resale.

I guess I got spoiled with this site that I got used to using:
http://www.realoem.com/bmw/showparts...95&hg=11&fg=40


Anyone have any ideas?

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Old 04-04-2011, 04:10 PM   #2 (permalink)
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http://www.toyodiy.com/parts/q.html
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Old 04-04-2011, 04:30 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Toyo DIY used to have all part diagrams. Since December 6, 2009, the diagrams are no longer available, per demands of Toyota Motor Sales Inc... Their part listings can still be useful. Let me know if you need help identifying parts.

http://www.toyodiy.com/parts/

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That sucks.

This site kinda help a little, but not much more than the other site.

http://www.toyotapartszone.com/
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Thanks for your help, you guys. I appreciate you taking the time...

Here's the deal... I need to replace the center console bin door. It's the stowage compartment just forward of the shifter arm. She got an oil change and a guy (she says) must have destroyed it with his knee.

I also need to replace the interior, front passenger side, plastic cover right by the wheel (I have no idea what it's actual nomenclature is). I guess it protects the engine from grime and debris being tossed about from the front passenger side wheel. Don't ask me how that happened lol

Hopefully with these sites you guys gave this should be a snap.


Thanks again!
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Old 04-04-2011, 06:39 PM   #6 (permalink)
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The center console bin door is part of the instrument panel cluster, 55420-02170, but that number depends on the color and type, so you might want to try a junk yard as you will not believe the cost of a new one. Hopefully you can find one in a junk yard that is not broken, which is a common issue. You may want to take it apart to see where it broke exactly and repair it from there, might just be the spring.

Are you talking about the fender liner? 53875 02090

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lol holy moly the bin door is $190 !!!

I guess that other part would be called the fender liner. That's kinda my point; without pics only thing we can do is hope or goto the dealership lol

When I search and bring up that fender liner part I don't see a pic... this is correct, right?


Thanks for your help buddy....

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Part # 53875-02090 is the FR (front right) fender liner... What you need is the FR fender side panel protector # 53827-02030. List price $42.27, your price $30.49 from: https://www.1sttoyotaparts.com/oempartscat.html

Instrument cluster panel # 55420-02170 was replaced by # 55420-02171(-BO = Finish #1)

Is your center console bin door still there? It's the upper door that swings down, and not the lower tray? You might be able to repair it once removed.

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Old 04-04-2011, 11:13 PM   #9 (permalink)
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Upper center console compartment opens not staying closed broken tab falls open lower fix shut falling

This is for when your storage compartments won't stay closed. I tried the other fix, but could not find magnets thin enough so that the compartment wasn't hanging open by a 1/4 of an inch because of the magnet strips.

Step 1:
Get your tools, you'll need a thin common screw driver, a medium sized phillips screw driver, a drill, a 1/16" drill bit, a 9/64" drill bit and screws from home depot.





Step 2:
Disassemble your center console. Pull off the center climate control knob, then remove the screw behind that. Pull off your shifter boot plastic encasement piece (auto or manual) and then remove the 2 screws behind that (edit, may not be necessary to remove those 2 bottom screws). (see pics) . The console piece will pop out at this point, you'll then have to unplug 6 different electrical plugs, don't worry about their order or placement as none of them are interchangeable.




Step 3:
Inspect the damage. You'll have at least 1 broken tab, if not 2 like I did. If both tabs are broken, you'll have to do this process to both sides, if only 1 is broken you can decide whether you want to do this to one or both sides.




Step 4:
Drill a 1/16" pilot hole into the console housing, where the broken tab used to reside and then screw the home depot screw in manually to cut threads into




Step 5:
Take a 5/64" drill bit and enlarge both the console door tab hole and cut a groove into the back portion of the front of the door. This groove allows the head of the screw to fit into the newly drilled hole properly, and also allows it to screw into the console housing straight and not get pinched or cocked because of the head being larger then the screw body.




Step 6:
Place the factory hinge springs back on the door and the door back onto the console, thread the screws through the holes into the threaded portion on the housing console. Move the door back and forth to gauge how tight you want the screws to be.


Here are 2 videos of how the door acted after I was done. The previous owner had lost one of my hinge springs also, so I only had 1 hinge spring keeping the door stationary instead of two.
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enjoy!
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Well i had the upper compartment broken science i had the car and the lower one was a pain always popping open.
So here is my solution.
here is the upper one ( a little nail, a picture hanging one..)
inserted at an angle (helps it stay shut better to)..



As for the bottom one here it is it has a niples on the bottom compartment sides need to shave em of and drill a hole (2x screws locktite :tongue: )

works like a glove........... :biggrin:

well that would be all.
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Old 04-04-2011, 11:34 PM   #10 (permalink)
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I have a pretty simple fix that not only works well but also looks good. I basically took out the clips and just used 2 small magnets to hold it in place.




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Holy crap, you guys and this community rock!

Thank you so much....this will be easy now thanks to you all.

Your hospitality makes me want to keep the car lol....

Cheers!
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Part # 53875-02090 is the FR (front right) fender liner... What you need is the FR fender side panel protector # 53827-02030. List price $42.27, your price $30.49 from: https://www.1sttoyotaparts.com/oempartscat.html

Instrument cluster panel # 55420-02170 was replaced by # 55420-02171(-BO = Finish #1)

Is your center console bin door still there? It's the upper door that swings down, and not the lower tray? You might be able to repair it once removed.
Just wanted to update and provide some input. I did like the write up. I've heard people here say you can't buy the console doors separate from the main panel. I found out that is untrue. You don't have to spend the $190 for the entire panel. I bought the door for $29. Kind of expensive but still better than 190.
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Old 09-20-2013, 01:21 PM   #13 (permalink)
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Using wire to replace flimsy center console door hinge pin with a stronger one

Thanks for the useful disassembly information.

Here's what I did:

http://i111.photobucket.com/albums/n...ps074852d4.jpg

http://i111.photobucket.com/albums/n...ps7f09c401.jpg

http://i111.photobucket.com/albums/n...psc25cf095.jpg

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Old 09-24-2013, 10:22 PM   #14 (permalink)
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they have diagrams

http://www.oemtoyotapartsgroup.com/

for my 06 corolla Xrs I have to choose 2006 matrix Xrs but the parts are the same and diagrams/illustrations are very helpful.
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