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SOURCE: torque setting on 1989 corolla valve cover

No. Let good sense and experience guide you. If you need a torque figure try an internet generic chart and halve the maximum listed for the size and type of bolt.

Torque figures aren't just there to avoid snapping bolts or to achieve the maximum clamping force.
Using torque figures is also about tightening a number of bolts uniformly to avoid distortion.

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Torque setting on 1989 corolla valve cover


No. Let good sense and experience guide you. If you need a torque figure try an internet generic chart and halve the maximum listed for the size and type of bolt.

Torque figures aren't just there to avoid snapping bolts or to achieve the maximum clamping force.
Using torque figures is also about tightening a number of bolts uniformly to avoid distortion.

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Click on the following direct, free Link. It has the Timing Belt + Mark Diagrams for your 1991 Toyota Corolla 1.6L DOHC In-Line 4-Cylinder (4A-FE) Engine. Is also has additional - very helpful Instructional and Directional Diagrams.

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http://www.2carpros.com/car_repair_information/year/1991/make/toyota/model/corolla/1991_toyota_corolla_timing_belt_diagram_marks.htm

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alignment of the cam shaft(s) with a dot and arrow on them both.rebuild with a new toyota or gates belt.when all back in place turn the engine by hand ,there should be no tight spots.then fit crankpully.

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