Question about 1986 Toyota Corolla 2 Door
Here's a link that may be of some assistance to you, but if your in doubt, 5-10 minutes at a shop should be all it takes a mechanic to check & adjust it for you. There is an old tried & true way without the use of a timing light, if your interested in trying it. There are other things to take into consideration also, as in if it's carburetor, air.fuel mixture adjustments, if vehicle makes a lot of short trips, may be carboned up inside etc. Maybe getting back to us with more particulars, on engine etc.and your level of experience will help.
Posted on Jan 23, 2009
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