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How to properly put back a twin cam of a corolla 1994

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What is the job? what is apart, the whole head?
put back and engine, or the head, or the cams. what?

alldata.com has that, log in and read, then ask questions?
Gen8 car (USA car?) changed mid year.... so..... country matters.
only a DOHC cam engine hint, you dont know what engine is there
and are dismantling it?
wild guess. 1ZZ-FE
that engine?
here is the USA line up
1997 - NZ - DOHC

  • 1997 - 1.5 L (1497 cc) 1NZ
  • 1GZ-FE
  • 4S
  • 4E and 5E
  • 2TZ
  • 1ZZ
  • AT THE LEAST , LOTS OF DOHC USED IN 1997 !!!
SO WHAT ENGINE?
What country, if by chance USA,
its all here , all the time, just look.
15 bucks. cheap.
http://www.scantool.net/software/alldata-diy-1-month-subscription.html


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