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#1 of 40 2007 Le 15 inch wheel option code???
Feb 04, 2007 (3:50 pm)
I just purchased a 2007 Le , and among other options, I added the 15 inch Alum wheels. Isn't this supposed to be the same 15 inch 6 spoke wheel as the S model?? The salesman brought up on his computer, an ugly dished-out 5 spoke wheel! The only other ones were expensive Enkei wheels. I thought the code "AW" gave you the S model 6 spoke wheel?? Can anyone help me with the correct code? Thanks!
#2 of 40 Re: 2007 Le 15 inch wheel option code??? [mondoman]
Feb 06, 2007 (12:09 pm)
I went to Toyota.com and for the general brochure it shows only 1 type of alloy wheel(15") for the LE. There is another alloy wheel but it is for the 16", optional only on the "S" model.
"Edmunds" shows only one(1) code for the alloy wheels: AW.
#3 of 40 Two LE alloy options
Feb 16, 2007 (12:28 pm)
I am seriously considering a new 07' LE near the end of the model year (when prices should be best) because I am not impressed with the proposed changes coming in 08'. There are two alloy wheel options - stand-alone factory option AW (MSRP/Invoice $390/$312) and a dealer installed accessory for $499 MSRP. The factory option looks very much like the hub cap and does not seem to be very available in the south Mid-Atlantic region where I live. The accessory is an attractive 5-spoke unit that looks more like a performance wheel (see: http://www.toyota.com/corolla/accessories.html ). I haven't inquired with any local dealers to determine the availablity of the accessory wheel.
Hope this helps.
#4 of 40 Le Alum wheels
Feb 23, 2007 (8:04 pm)
zeroagl= Just a note. I was told that the dealers will shortly be ordering all their Corollas now for the 2007 model year, due to the new 08 Corolla coming in the Fall.I barely got to order the Alum wheels for my Le. I think if you wait too long , you will not get your wheels...much less a Corolla with all the equip you want.
#5 of 40 toyota corolla 98 LE Sedan
May 06, 2007 (3:40 pm)
I recently bought toyota corolla 98 LE sedan.
The low beam headlights turn on when the engine is on eventhough the headlight switches are off.The headlights turn off when the engine is off.I want to turn off headlights when switched off during engine on condition.please tell me the possible solution.
#6 of 40 toyota wheel balancing
May 14, 2007 (6:52 pm)
I was looking at a used 2006 corolla. The tires had excessive wear on the outside. The guy at the lot told me that if you don't use toyota wheel weights when you get the tires balanced, it will lead to poor tire wear. Is there any truth to this?
#7 of 40 Re: toyota wheel balancing [thedoctor251]
May 14, 2007 (9:02 pm)
Nope. More likely very very hard cornering.
#8 of 40 Re: toyota corolla 98 LE Sedan [kamalakkannan]
Jun 09, 2007 (8:28 am)
You must have the parking brake applied before starting the vehicle. If the engine is already started, this will not work.
#9 of 40 Re: toyota corolla 98 LE Sedan [kamalakkannan]
Jun 14, 2007 (8:48 pm)
you have daytime running lights.... leave well enough alone... they are an excellent safety feature
#10 of 40 Re: toyota wheel balancing [thedoctor251]
Jun 15, 2007 (9:33 am)
This looks familiar because my 05 corolla had excessive wear on the out side tires also. I took it to the dealer for alignment and they found both front wheels were 13 degrees tipped in. I can not believe a chuck hole or scraping a curb did this. The car has 25000 miles.. So, I suspect it came from the factory that way.