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How do I tighten crank shaft of Toyota corolla 1,4 4zz engine(tightening toque value)

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4zz , first post ever with some one how knows what is there
bravo that. but skips year, so is it a 2000 year?
what country? this is a USA web site, so...... what country.

  • 2000 - 1.4 L (1398 cc) 4ZZ
year 2000? corolla.
so says wiki,
crank pulley, big nut torque.
ill log in for you, and read, just because you said 4zz (rare)
ahh, cwap, only 4 engine used here, non, 4zz
80 to 102 ft/lbs for all non 4zz
i can find in usa, so I googled for you
and 1st hit , landed this, im I a magic typer?

102 it says.
i recommend buying a real FSM for your car , for your country.
and WIN.

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