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What are the torque specs 2001 toyota corolla

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Since you are not specific about what you want to torque, , GET A REPAIR MANUAL FOR THE CAR AT PARTS PLACE.

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Hi Please help me with torque settings on toyota corolla 2005 1.6gle


of what the whole car.?
that is in the factory service manual (FSM)
or alldata.com


which engine,? lots of 1.6l MADE BY TOY?
NOT 4AFE (ended in 2001)
state side, we had 3 engine, non are 1.6L
the 1NZ-FE 1.5L
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so what country are you in, ?
find true engine name (under hood,read stickers)
and google for that, I promise you will find it.


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as you can see 1.6L tells nothing.
only the real name works , getting specs on any engine.
do tell.

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