Factory service manual for the Toyota Tercel L50 (1994 – 1999) all versions. The type of information contained in this workshop manual include general servicing, maintenance and minor repairs, advanced repairs and rebuild guides. Topics include Engine, Gearbox, Differential, Suspension, Steering, Brakes, Interior Fittings, Exterior Fittings, Body Panels and Electrical Systems with wiring diagrams.
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The Tercel is a subcompact vehicle manufactured from 1978 to 2000 over five generations, in five body configurations, sized between the Corolla and the Starlet. Manufactured at the Takaoka plant in Toyota City, Japan, and sharing its platform with the Cynos (also known as the Paseo) and the Starlet, the Tercel was marketed in many markets as a Corolla Tercel or Corolla II. It was sold at Toyota Japan dealerships, where it was called the Toyota Corolla, and was replaced by the Toyota Platz (Yaris) in 1999. It was also known as the Toyota Corsa and was sold in Toyopet stores.
Fifth generation (1994–2000)
In September 1994, for the 1995 model year, Toyota introduced an all-new Tercel. The new design offers a stiffer body with better handling and was one of only a handful of cars in the US to have OBDII in 1995. Maintaining its compact size and high quality, the new Tercel sported a completely redesigned exterior. and a new engine. The Tercel now also offers standard driver and passenger, US side airbags, but only one driver side bag for Canada. In addition, three-point belts for the front and rear passengers and adjustable side shoulder belt anchor points for the front-seat passengers have been installed on four-door models. All models meet federal standards for 1997 side impact protection, and offer antilock brakes. Exterior design was directed towards the young buyer. Standard models came standard with only a 4-speed manual or automatic transmission and gray bumpers, while DX models were offered with the addition of body color and a 5-speed manual or four-speed transmission. automatic.
Corsa 3-door hatchback (Japan)
In Japan, the Tercel was once again also offered with the Corsa and the Corolla II nameplate, for sales through parallel marketing channels. There was also a 3-door hatchback version of the body offered in addition to the four-door sedan. The two-door sedan was only marketed in North America. There was also a four wheel drive option available in Japan.
The interior emphasized a user-friendly environment, pushing the dash further, but bringing the switches closer, which gave passengers a feeling of spaciousness and comfort. The new 1.5L DOHC I4 engine provides 93 hp (69 kW) and 100 lb ·ft (140 Nm) of torque, offering a 13 percent power increase over the previous generation, as well as an increase of 15 percent on fuel economy. The new 5E-FE engine achieves 45 US-mpg (5.2 L / 100 km, 54 mpg-imp) on the highway with a 5-speed manual transmission, making it the most fuel efficient four-cylinder car ever. his time in the United States.  Taken together, these updates were considered to move the inexpensive Tercel solidly into the vehicle realm of a buy-by-choice, rather than because it’s the only one in its price range. Even with its updates, the Tercel remained Toyota’s entry-level car. The Tercel was also available with the smaller 1.3-liter 4E-FE petrol four-cylinder and Toyota 1N-T engine, a 1,453 cc inline-four turbocharged diesel engine providing 66 PS (49.2 kW). at 4,700 rpm and 96.1 m · lbf (130 N · m) of torque at 2,600 rpm.
By 1997, all Tercels were only available in the CE (Classic Edition) trim level and incorporated many of the standard and optional items from the previous base and DX models. All Tercels came standard with a new 13-inch wheel and tire combination. Inside, the Tercel received a revised dashboard with rotary ventilation controls. Additionally, along with all Toyota models, Tercel received the seat cloth and revised door panels. The Redhawk and Whitehawk editions were introduced, in addition to the BlackHawk trim already offered, which came standard with air conditioning, 185 / 60R14 tires on custom wheels, a rear spoiler with integrated brake light, and the hawk symbols to identify the special model.
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