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I HAVE TO CHANGE THE TIMING BELT ON MY 1995 COROLLA. WHAT TOOLS AND SIZE DO I NEED? I AM FEMALE AND HAVE CHANGED A FEW THINGS ON OTHER CARS BUT NEVER THIS

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It's pretty involved. It requires removing the right engine mount, and a lot of disassembly. AutoZone has instructions on line here. As far as tools, you should have a good set of metric sockets and end wrenches, and it looks like you will need a jack (for raising/supporting the engine while removing the mount) and a pulley puller to remove the crankshaft pulley.

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