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How reliable is a 2003 Toyota Corolla?

The 2003 Toyota Corolla Reliability Rating is 4.0 out of 5. It ranks 8th out of 32 for all car brands.

How long will a 2003 Toyota Corolla last?

300,000 miles
If you’re considering a Toyota Corolla, you may be wondering, “How long do Toyota Corollas last?” With regular service and maintenance, the Toyota Corolla has a life expectancy of up to 10 years or 300,000 miles.

Is a 2003 Toyota Corolla LE a good car?

It’s reliable even with misfire Performance 4.0. Value for the money 4.0. Exterior styling 4.0. Reliability 4.0.

Does 2003 Toyota Corolla CE have anti lock brakes?

The 2003 Toyota Corolla does have anti-lock brakes. The brake pads and shoes need replacing every 50,000 miles. The brake rotors need to be changed every 60,000 miles. The brake fluid needs to be changed every 20,000 to 45,000 miles.

Do Toyota Corolla have problems?

Toyota Corolla starting problems are quite common, with some owners saying their Corollas are slow to start or won’t crank up. This is one of the most common Toyota Corolla 2015 problems, but you may also experience this issue with other year models from 1990 to 2014.

How long do Toyota Corolla engines last?

The average Toyota engine will last between 250,000 miles to 300,000 miles. This means that the engine in your Toyota model should run in good condition for 16 to 20 years before wearing out.

What is the average life of a Toyota Corolla?

between 200,000 and 300,000 miles
(And if you already have one, you can pat yourself on the back.) Owning a Corolla means you probably won’t need to shop for a new car for many years. Auto experts and owners alike peg the vehicle’s life expectancy between 200,000 and 300,000 miles.

Are there any problems with the Toyota Corolla?

834 problems have been reported for the 2003 Toyota Corolla. The following chart shows the 25 most common problems for 2003 Toyota Corolla. The number one most common problem is related to the vehicle’s air bags with 322 problems. The second most common problem is related to the vehicle’s engine and engine cooling (110 problems).

Are there any recalls on the 2003 Toyota Corolla?

Based on information received from our latest subscriber survey, our reliability history charts give you a rundown on how used vehicles are holding up in 17 potential trouble spots, ranging from the engine, transmission, and brakes to power equipment and the electrical system. The 2003 Toyota Corolla has been recalled 13 times by NHTSA.

Why does my Toyota Corolla go down hill?

When coasting down a hill on a highway, the transmission downshifts to create engine braking. However, it appears that the throttle is not restricted enough at the same time, so the car accelerates slightly rather than remain at a constant speed. At the time of this writing, there is no word on a resolution.

Why are my Toyota Corolla airbags not working?

Airbag Control Module Failure (2003-2004 Models Only): Many 2003-2004 Corolla owners have had their front and/or side airbags deploy unexpectedly. This is because the integrated circuits in their Corollas short circuited from excessive noise, causing the airbag control module to fail and the airbags to deploy randomly.