The Toyota Corolla is a compact sedan that has been around for decades. Like any car, it requires regular maintenance (including oil changes every 3,000 miles or so and fuel filter changes every 30,000 miles or so) to keep running strong and prevent any internal damage. Fuel filters work very much like any other filters and keep dirt and debris out of your car’s fuel, allowing for clean combustion. Luckily, fuel filters are relatively easy to replace in most Corolla models made in or before 2001.
Tools Used: Tools, Line wrench, New fuel filter and fuel filter gaskets
Change the Fuel Filter
Open the hood and let the car sit idle and un-powered for at least a half hour it you had just been driving it. This will allow the car to cool down.