1994 Toyota Corolla
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)
Works well and looks good. As noted the screw holes don't align perfectly on a 7th gen Corolla ('93-'97) but you can drill a small hole and substitute a sheet metal screw for one of the holes. The rubber gasket is tight and -presumably- won't leak. It's something I'll look for in the next down pour. Installation note: In my '94 Corolla the antenna wire from the head unit actually connects to another wire that goes through the pillar (ie frame). You cannot pull the antenna wire out from the antenna side until you disconnect this and if you try you might end up pulling the whole wire out. Look for this connection near the driver's side vent. I found it easier to remove the console. If you do pull the whole thing out (I did), it's still possible to get the wire down through the pillar -- there is a small opening near the fuse box.