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1989 Toyota Corolla 1.6 Execytive sedan

All I want to know is what is the sump capaicity. So that I know how much oil to put in the engine after I have drained the old oil out?
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What about the measurable?if u don't have one so its supposed to be around 4.5 liters of oil .

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