Question about Toyota Corolla
If oils getting into the cylinder then its the oil ring on the piston has broken,[con-rod needs taking out to get at piston rings } or the oil seals on the valve stems are u/s,,to due that job,take cyl head off ,remove valve collets and springs then you can get at the seals
Posted on Jul 07, 2010
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