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To get to know about the displacement look at the engine codes which are printed along the engine number on the cylinder block, mostly seen from standing in front of the car with the hood opened. Some of the codes are described as under:
S.No. Model Displ. Year
1.1ZR-FE AURIS 1.6L 2007-11
2. 1ZR-FE COROLLA 1.6 2007-11
3. 1ZZ-FE Avensis 1.8L 2003-09
Cilica 1.8L 2000-03
Corolla 1.8L 2002-07
RAV-4 1.8L 2005-09
4. 2ZR-FE Yaris 1.8L 2007-11
5 2ZZ-GE Corolla 1.8L 2001-05
Click on the following direct, free Link. It has the Timing Belt + Mark Diagrams for your 1991 Toyota Corolla 1.6L DOHC In-Line 4-Cylinder (4A-FE) Engine. Is also has additional - very helpful Instructional and Directional Diagrams.
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An engine from another Corolla up to 1997 will fit. There are 2 engines though. 4A-fe (1.6L) or a 7A-fe (1.8L) They look similar but run different Engine managment computers. The 4A-fe uses a 3spd auto trans and the 7A-fe uses a 4spd auto trans. Also some of the wiring may be different.
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