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Service, 2006 toyota corolla 80,000km

How to replace fuel filter
how to replace oil filter
how to replace air filter
how to replace spark plags and leads
how to eplace engine oil
how to replace break fluid
Please include detailed diagrams and descriptions regards to installation ,locating and removing of area covers of parts & obstructions for replacement of parts listed above.And any other detail i should know for a 80000km service.
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You need to get the Haynes repair manual on your vehicle. It will show you all of these things and how to properly do the jobs as well as when to do the changes.

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